It's out!!

Well, a draft, at least. It took way longer than it should have to scrape up the information.

The big comparison of #Emacs #email clients, where I talk a bit about configuring MUA's such as:

#gnus
#rmail
#viewmail
#mhe
#mew
#wanderlust
#notmuch
#mu4e

and also add little notes & ideas about them.

The whole article is in sections; you're supposed to hop around to whatever you're into.

It'll probably take another week before it's good enough to be considered "done", but I'm proud enough that I wanted to push it out a bit early.

muto.ca/posts/the-big-comparis

First power-on today for the build (calibrating voltages).

Things didn't explode, so that is a good thing I guess.

(oh, and voltages were all good too)

Wiring up the afterburner toolhead on the

Not sure i am a fan of the molex microfit crimps. They're rather sensitive for wire thickness, which is why I am rewiring the fans. Could also just be the lack of my crimping skills obviously.

Heated buildplate for the is basically ready for assembly. It is a sandwich of magnetic foil, 3M486 tape, casted aluminium plate, 3M tape again and a heating element.

For printing a spring steel plate with a pei foil glued to it is placed on the magnetic top surface.

Working on wire routing and terminal block placement for the today.

Kudos to phoenix contact on providing excellent cad files for all their parts.

Shuffling electronics around in the to find a practical setup. Considering adding ducts and terminal blocks to make it profi looking.

While building the , my current printer has the job of providing me with all the storage boxes for the parts to use.

As the printer design is gpl licensed, you get to play around with every part of it, including the design. This is very useful while (re-)building the printer.

Here's a screenshot from from what I am trying to build.

Spent the better part of last week building the mechanical part of a Voron 2.4 3d printer, almost ready to start wiring it.

@Erik @whiskeysailor
It won't be a surprise, but I honestly believe we'd have a better world if #Bitcoin were to get a chance to replace part of these industries. And given the immense power these industries have over our policy makers, I don't see any other way to get rid of them. Bitcoin is unstoppable, it is 100% neutral and honest; it has no opinion that can be corrupted by wealth and power.
Anyone with internet can use it. Anyone with electricity can mine it. No permission required.
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