When I have a long carve on my CNC (Onefinity, Shapeoko, Xcarve or other brand) or 3D Printer, I like to remotely monitor it to make sure everything is going smoothly. I'd like to say, " NEVER LET YOUR CNC RUN WITHOUT YOU THERE!", but lets be real. We've all done it.
What i do is have this camera set up so I can periodically check in and make sure everything is cutting fine. In the event of a catastrophic error, I pair the camera with a wifi outlet. I have my CNC and Router plugged in to the wifi outlet and can shut if off anywhere I have internet or cell reception.
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This is from DIY Crafts on facebook. They took my original video and edited it for their site. At the time of posting here it has over 2 million views. The comments absoultly blast me for 'wasting' all the colored pencils. Guess what, they were dontated by Positive Art US! I am a little upset about the gaps in the black Fuji letters. I poured the resin too deep at one shot and it cracked under the heat. I wasn't sure how to fix it. This was a first try, so you live and you learn. Views are views right?
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