Deep OBD In the old days, diving into the control units of BMWs either meant using their tools (and not getting enough info on the WWW, as forum admins censored … Continue reading BMW i3 / i3s diagnosis – suddenly Open Source?
On February 20th I uploaded my (then untestested) CoreXY gantry set for the X5S / X5SA to YouMagine and Libre3D. So what happened before that and within the month afterwards? … Continue reading TronXY X5S – upgrade to E3D Hemera
While my last modifications to the gantry went not that smooth, the single-z-motor-conversion was a complete success. But let’s start with the basic stiffening and how I got the PSUs … Continue reading X5S Z axis – braced, single motor driven & balls of steel!
It has been a while, since I posted about this Sanjiu / SANBrother Metal BMG extruder – Aero style and re-designed my X carriage for it. The STLs and OpenSCAD code … Continue reading X-Carriage for BMG and threaded v6 heat sink
As already written, I categorize the stock horn of my BMW i3 as an insult. How dare they call that “Fanfare”!? “Fanfarantrompeten” were used by the prussian cavalry in the … Continue reading Horns up!
As mentioned in the last post, charging a commute of 100 km via “Mode 2” cable (230 V, 10 A resulting in 2.3 kW) is possible, but no fun. So … Continue reading Consequences of switching to a (battery) electric vehicle
For the last years I was pretty pleased commuting with my 2012 BMW 120d. This “F20” pre-facelift was bought in 2015 and I alone drove more than 120000 km with … Continue reading Commuting on current instead of dinosaurs
For pandemic-induced homeschooling we needed a laptop and ended up buying a CSL Panther Tab HD. It’s a cheap Windows tablet with attachable keyboard (including a touchpad), so you are … Continue reading Failed display glass repair with UV glue
I have no idea, how old my Razer Diamondback was, when the left mouse button startet to fail last weekend – 12 years, maybe? Well, apart from me both kids … Continue reading Razer Diamondback microswitch upgrade
So we had this “Vestby” chest of drawers in the cellar and were about to throw it away… when I remembered there was this website http://www.ikeahackers.net. And a search for … Continue reading Ikea Vestby hack up now houses server