I’m going to be reserved till it actually works…….But, I really think this could actually workContinue reading “Super LED Blinkenator 2000 and that J15…An epiphany?”
Month: October 2020
Super LED Blinkenator – BETA3 – mostly a success
now that’s out of the way – have a noseContinue reading “Super LED Blinkenator – BETA3 – mostly a success”
RGB LED Matrix Mask Thingy!
I present to the world, the Super LED MASK-inator 2000!Continue reading “RGB LED Matrix Mask Thingy!”
Anycubic Photon Mono Teardown 3
Only some thoughts on this one –
The PCB inside the Mono looks to be a custom PCB.
However, it’s widely known that Anycubic uses Chitu Systems drivers and panels
When I cracked open the Mono – I found really only 3 chips of significance…
An ANLOGIC FPGA – EF2L45LG144B –
a GD32F307 Arm Cortex M4 controller
Having a nose around ChiTu’s website found this little device – The ChiTu L M1
Have a look at page 12 / 73 and what do you spot ? – Item 8 – an ANOLOGIC EL2F Series FPGA Chip!!
Cortex®-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at a frequency of up to 168 MHz.
a GD32F307 Arm Cortex M4 controller – Cortex®-M4 Core @ 120 MHz
What this means? – No idea 😛
BUT, what this could mean…
1- The Anycubic Photon Mono board is possibly capable of using a 4K LCD
also, i’ve spotted that Chitu systems sells an ESP8266 module specifically for their boards – it could be that Anycubic plans on selling their own, or just goofed up with the polarity of the header on the board!
And, finally, after all the above, that i’m going to publish anyway, i’ve also spotted
Which looks practically identical, also has the FPGA and the ARM board and is only 2k!, D’oh!
TheC64 mini Keybaord kit – a successful first build by a user
Batches 4 and 5 have started arriving! Here’s some pictures from a happy user who only received it a couple of days ago 🙂
Great soldering job 🙂
Anycubic Photon Mono Teardown Part 2
More on the mechanicals this time – didn’t think to get some last time……..and, A revelation as to why it’s so quiet!Continue reading “Anycubic Photon Mono Teardown Part 2”
Anycubic Photon Mono Teardown – Part 1
A first look at the guts
I got myself a Resin Printer!
So, Naturally, before printing with it, I attack it with a screwdriver – or hex driver in this case……..
Here’s the first tear-down and initial dismantling of the brand new Anycubic Monochrome Resin Printer
And, some more photos..Continue reading “Anycubic Photon Mono Teardown – Part 1”
C64 mini keybaord – successful builder!!
A quick post to point you to a YouTube link
The user’s gone into some detail about potential gotchas when doing the build
Thankyou for posting such an informative video and can’t wait to see it running in the mini 🙂