Welp, this was a wonky month >.<
Maybe the Leprechauns are mad at me for not doing a St. Patricks day theme this year lol.
Anywho, I’ve decided that there are definitely some changes coming soon. It’s clear to me that box companies can’t provide the service I need, and clear that without funding for me to order months in advance, boxes will continue to be an issue. So... give me a couple months to get things a little reorganized please. I have some ideas I think will be cool that will still be unique to the UFOs and still let me provide some customized artsy stuff. We’ll see if y’all think it’s as cool as I do haha. Stay Tuned, and thank you all for sticking with me even through the crazy.
Congrats to Carter L.
for winning the March 2021 Mothership Box!
Carter's Mothership Prize this Month is a 24v Direct Drive Hemera Hotend/Extruder from E3D
SWAG & CODES
- IC3D Sticker
- Sour Gummy Twists
- Discount code for 3DFuel, Gloop, Zyltech
Please login to view codes if you received this months UFO.
Month 8 of 12
On the ends of each UFO for 12 months you'll find a 1/12th piece of a puzzle. At the end of the 12 months they can be combined for a larger image.
Looking forward to your guesses =) #UFOPUZZLE
All filament samples are at least 20 meters in length (actually more, I increased the length to eat up the extra filament being left behind on the rolls)
3D Printing Canada
Green - Value PLA
Extrusion Temp: 195°C - 215°C
Bed Temperature: 0 - 60 °C
Speed: 40 - 100mm/s
Yellow - PLA
Extrusion Temp: 200°C - 240°C
Bed Temperature: 0-60 °C
Sapphire Blue - PolyTerra PLA
Extrusion Temp: 190°C - 230°C
Bed Temperature: 25 - 60 °C
Print Speed: 30 - 70mm/s
Red - 850 PLA
Extrusion Temp: 190°C - 220°C
Bed Temperature: Not Needed
Print Speed: Max 200mm/s
13 in 1 USB Tester w/ Male to Alligator Clip
Not gonna lie, I have no idea how to use this thing lol - but.. it looked like it could be pretty useful for the electronics projects or for those of you who tinker with more advanced electronics stuff. The ones I ordered were supposed to come with the alligator clips for both male and female USB connection, however when they arrived they only arrived with the male and I didn't think y'all wanted to wait another unknown time for the female ones to come in >.<
Parts included in UFO:
- 1 x Arduino Nano
- 1 x USB Cable
- 4 x LED 30mm Buttons (Red, Blue, Yellow, Green)
- 4 x Resistors
- 1 x Buzzer
- 1 x oLED Screen
- 1 x On/Off Switch
- 2 x AA Battery Packs
This is a cool little project that takes me back to when I had one of those big clunky round Simon Says games when I was a little alien many centuries ago =P
Some UFOs have snap in buttons, some have threaded buttons - I remixed the top which should work with both. I also remixed the main body to use the smaller on/off switch that I ordered. The remixed files are linked to below as well as a link to the instructable by DIY Machines, who I'd like to thank for designing such a cool little game =)
NOTE: If you're using an older version of Arduino, like 1.8.x and you get errors during compiling, also add the library Adafruit_BusIO
Photo and Project by DIY Machines
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