Discussion in 'Pyra News' started by EvilDragon, Mar 11, 2019.
No one should speak again about the matter... the repo was already exorcized from that unholy port
If Master Control is ported he could play it using pyra as just the controller though. Just to test the game controls
Does box86/gl4es support OpenGl 3? At least for older x86 PCs that's nowadays one of the biggest obstacle to run unity games, as they dropped OpenGL 2.1 support
Have you considered using godot instead?
Ah, not yet.
It's on my roadmap, but I'm not there...
Currently we are remaking (and expanding) a gamejam game which was made with unity in godot.
For other projects I would just use SDL or some equivalent.
Looks like you could get better utility by lubing that shaft. (GIF not included) I did it on the protocase hinges and whatnot, and it was a lot better.
I don't understand as to what you are referring. Maybe including the gif* for reference might have been better, but I'm not sure.
*I think they're all jpegs attached to that post, but I'll let that slide.
Good morning All. Today we will finish with the mold from Buttons .The only thing left is to use the Cooper for electrodepositionel .After that ,the mold need to go on injection to do the Test and then produce all the parts from Pyra and send samples to ED.I am not familiar uploading videos in Youtube. I did a private one i hope you can see it .Incase you dont see video inform me
Sadly the video doesn't work.
It say's the video isn't available.
Does the video have the ID: "EkK4iakw2EQ" ?
Is it set to published or not listed?
If it is set to other publishing-modes no one but you is able to see it.
Please Recheck the video and inform me.
Video works fine for me
Thank you, the video is now working.
Its cool to see such small tools working without breaking.
Our smallest milling bit is ø6mm.
this tools are Hand Made from carbide funds
Thanks for the video and photos @azouls , these are like candies for us.
Yes, indeed very sweet.
This is I think the first time I've heard about copper electrodeposition; I assume it's copper electroplating using electrolysis. Is this just to smooth out the milling marks, or is it related to the coatings you're intending to apply at the end?
And I'm slightly surprised you didn't need to flood that milling with cooling fluid, but I guess a small tungsten carbide bit removes so little metal at each pass that it doesn't actually heat up anything too much.
yep.Cooper is about to smooth the milling marks .
I thought exactly the same. ^^ Such a thin milling tool and it still can mill hard metal. The wonders of modern materials.
great update! thanks azouls!
Am I right in saying the camerawork or video quality hasn't gotten better in 7 years?
Getting more technical, though I could be fooled by the sleek technique of throwing fish into a storage container. We need more videos on both.
Also, how much to CNC-mill a case with way less precision than that?
Very nice update.. And so cool to see someone from the plastics factory actually contributing directly to this community
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