Controlling a 3D printer with Python

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Additive manufacturing ('3D printing') has already proven to be a revolutionary technology in industries as diverse as medicine, architecture, industrial design and aerospace. At the same time affordable consumer-grade printers have put 3d printing increasingly within reach of the general public. However the user interfaces of most 3D printers still leave something to be desired. Interaction is generally performed via a monochrome LCD and jog dial. Network connectivity is often an afterthought with file tra

PyCon AU 2016

PyCon Australia 2016 will be the seventh national conference for users and developers of the Python programming language. This year it will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre...