CR-10 Max from Creality is a large printer. One thing i don’t like about it is the printing surface. I’m used to the comfort of Prusa flexible sheet in order to get the models removed easily from the build plate. And on Creality sometimes prints stick too well . So well that i had to take the build plate out and remove them. When printing shields this is annoying and time consuming. So i decided to give a try to WhamBam Flex system . Took around 10 days to get it. I didn’t found any tutorials on how to do it for CR-10 Max so i decided to create a how to so other if they are interested to have a reference point. Took me almost 20 minutes to install it. So here is how to install whambam on creality CR-10 Max:
There are 2 parts of the video ( joined them ) (when shooting the video i forgot to remove the last protective sheet , and after i actually tried to print PLA didn’t stick at all . I figured out what was wrong and added a short video at the end of the first one ) .
A project with simple requirements is beautiful . However simple requirements might turn into hard to achieve implementations . This is the case in this home automation project.
Requirement for this project is simple … automate everything
in the house:
Music and video
Heating / ventilation
What exactly we are trying to achieve :
Control any device in the house remotely
Monitor and graph all sensors
Take action if events are happening in t
Have a secure, simple and beautiful user interface so anyone can use
Take action by using scenarios
So in this article series we will try to come up with a complete solution that will fulfill all requirements. And we will take it one device at a time