2017-03-02 (Th) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

A print of the cover was made but the edges buckled during the printing which led to a bowed shape. This may affect the internal components so a second print may need to be done. Alternatively, the cover could be printed as several pieces and assembled. The print took five hours so a more modular design would be beneficial.

Cover and base assembly

All the PiTagErrUs files were combined into a single file. Duplicate functions were eliminated and, most importantly, duplicated measurements were eliminated to avoid confusion and errors. Although "Err" is part of the name. The file was set up to only display one model at a time except for the lens holder and emitter tube models which can display two at once since they would be printed in pairs.

Dizzying display of all the models

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2017-02-19 (Su)