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The goal of this build was to use as many off-the-shelf Openbuilds components as possible, leveraging bundles to simplify the build further. Still, there are a few pieces that need to be custom printed, such as the mirror and laser head mounting plates and the Mini V gantry shims. The gantry shims are essential to ensuring the height remains consistent as the beam travels from mirror to mirror. The main problem with stock "Cheap Chinese" "K40" 40W CO2 Laser cutters commonly purchased off of eBay is that they use custom, hard-to-find hardware of often questionable quality and consistency. Also, their chassis separates the tube and its fixed X Stage mirror from the moving Y Stage, thus making it nearly impossible to ensure the mirror heights stay consistent. This creates a needlessly painful alignment problem that many people constantly suffer from. Still, the core laser components provided in a stock K40 are serviceable, so the hope is that this replacement rail system will allow for a relatively affordable modification option that drastically simplifies the alignment process by improving the component quality and integrates the stages together to effectively turn a 3 dimensional alignment into a 2 dimensional one.
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Since 1978, DIY auto enthusiasts have relied on Eastwood to help them with their latest project. Our team is more than just people selling tools and supplies. We strive to be a part of the community as well. Our inventory of more than 4,000 car restoration tools, auto paints, metal fabrication equipment and other products is based on both our own experience working on cars and feedback from customers like you. We stock auto restoration supplies and repair equipment that are proven solutions to the challenges our fellow automotive devotees face every day.
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The waterfall model is a relatively linear sequential design approach for certain areas of engineering design. In software development, it tends to be among the less iterative and flexible approaches, as progress flows in largely one direction ("downwards" like a waterfall) through the phases of conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, deployment and maintenance. The waterfall development model originated in the manufacturing and construction industries; where the highly structured physical environments meant that design changes became prohibitively expensive much sooner in the development process. When first adopted for software development, there were no recognized alternatives for knowledge-based creative work.
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Saved by uncleflo on November 27th, 2018.
CAA Approved NQE Heliguy has National Qualified Entity (NQE) approved status from the Civil Aviation Authority. This permits us to carry out unmanned aircraft pilot training at a number of UK locations. Drone pilots who want to undertake commercial work are required to have been trained and tested before they can apply for a Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) from the CAA. We’ll guide you through this process and ensure it’s as painless and enjoyable as is possible! We have an FCA-approved consumer credit licence to enable us to broker credit deals on drones, equipment and training. Heliguy’s on-site technical team not only builds custom aircraft and deals with repairs, it’s also equipped to produce bespoke equipment and modifications to UAVs with the aid of 3D printing technology and years of hands-on experience. Our knowledgeable sales team are just a phone call away when you need a quick answer to your query.
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Saved by uncleflo on May 29th, 2018.
Let's look at a common task that a developer does in their day-to-day job. A database table is to be modified for its data and/or structure. Before making any changes, the first thing that is always wise to do is to back up the database table. The easy way to accomplish this is to write a piece of SQL script like below. The scenario is we're going to make some changes to Products table, so here we go. Copy and paste the following SQL to your SQLyog free Community Edition query window. Note that the SQL needs to end with semi-colon if you have multiple queries in the query window. Most of the queries in the tutorials need Northwind MySQL database, you can download the database script on this page.
Saved by uncleflo on December 27th, 2017.
Discover how PHP 5.5 enables more-secure password handling. PHP, from the beginning, was a programming language made for building websites. That idea is in PHP's core far deeper than in any other programming language — perhaps one reason why PHP became and remains so popular for building web applications. But when PHP was first crafted in the mid-1990s, the term web application didn't even exist yet. Password protection, then, wasn't one of the features that the PHP creators devoted resources to. After all, you didn't need to worry about passwords when you used PHP just to put a site-visit counter or a date-modified stamp on your web page. But 20 years have passed, and now it's almost unthinkable to create a web application that doesn't involve password-protected user accounts. It's of the utmost importance that PHP programmers safeguard account passwords by using the latest and most secure methods. To that end, PHP 5.5 added a new password-hashing library created by Anthony Ferrara (@ircmaxell). The library makes several functions available that you can use to handle one-way password encryption with current best-practice methods. Other features anticipate future security needs so that as computers and hackers get more advanced, you can stay a step ahead of the bad guys. This article gives you an in-depth introduction to the library's functions and how to make the best use of them.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 20th, 2015.
As a MySQL or PHP developer, once you step beyond the comfortable confines of English-only character sets, you quickly find yourself entangled in the wonderfully wacky world of UTF-8. On a previous job, we began running into data encoding issues when displaying bios of artists from all over the world. It soon became apparent that there were problems with the stored data, as sometimes the data was correctly encoded and sometimes it was not.
Saved by uncleflo on December 7th, 2014.
The Blinn–Phong reflection model (also called the modified Phong reflection model) is a modification to the Phong reflection model developed by Jim Blinn. Blinn–Phong is the default shading model used in OpenGL and Direct3D's fixed-function pipeline (before Direct3D 10 and OpenGL 3.1), and is carried out on each vertex as it passes down the graphics pipeline; pixel values between vertices are interpolated by Gouraud shading by default, rather than the more computationally-expensive Phong shading.
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Saved by uncleflo on June 4th, 2014.
CSS definitely provides you the ease of changing the appearance of your entire website by just modifying a single file. What makes the entire process of changing the CSS files more easy is the use of CSS Editors. BestDesignTuts.com has brought to you 14 such CSS Editors which will cut half of the work load of every designer.
Saved by uncleflo on August 30th, 2013.
By default, Gentoo provides a generic, yet tightly controlled policy which is deemed a good start policy for the majority of users. However, the purpose behind a Mandatory Access Control system is to put the security administrator in control. As such, a handbook on SELinux without information on how to write policies wouldn't be complete. In this chapter, we'll talk a bit about the language behind SELinux policies and give some pointers on how to create your own policies, roles, etc.
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