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  1. As a person who doesn't use EUC world, I sure do see that software in a lot of posts usually about bad experiences. I don't know if it's the type of rider who uses that software or the software itself, but something about EUC word makes me scared. I'll stick with the OEM software.
  2. Those 3d printed brackets are laughable and serve zero purpose. As a retrofit solution, I'd just use a ton of epoxy around the joint, to increase thickness and surface area attachment to the saddle.
  3. Unfortunately accelerometers are too noisy and imprecise to track absolute position in any direction. If it were possible, game developers would've worked out how to do it in nintendo Wii games.
  4. I wonder what this metal insert is. It can't just be a tube inside the existing hole, since that would accomplish nothing. It would need to be a metal insert which is inserted into the mold before the plastic is injected, and the shape of the metal insert would need to loop around the screw hole and extend outward into the body of the surrounding area so spread out the forces.
  5. As a consumer I'm desensitized to inflated specs, causing me to not care about this. For example: When you buy a 16 gigabyte iPhone, you don't get 16 gigs of usable space. When you buy a 2TB hard drive, after it's formatted and actually available for use you don't really get 2TB When you'd buy an old CRT television (back when those were a thing), the diagonal screen measurement was practically a lie A 2x4 plank isn't 2x4". An EUC's range stat is only applicable to a certain rider weight, on flat ground, at a certain temperature. None of that "best case scenari
  6. I'm a fanboy and don't care what the speed readout is. It could say 1,000,000 km/s for all I care.
  7. Although many people have mentioned a metal insert solution, I can't imagine it would fix anything since the forces would be transferred to the plastic in the same fashion as the current design. Putting loads of epoxy around it should work though.
  8. I suspect that for many manufacturers, black colored filament is is the "hot-dog meat" which absorbs all the trimmings and waste from the other production lines.
  9. Japan's conviction rate is supposedly 99%, be careful.
  10. I love hearing the thoughts of enthusiasts like Marty. If he can have a bit of fun while also providing commentary to the community, it's a win-win.
  11. I love replacing noisy or inefficient fans in many kinds of electronics. After looking at the specs for Inmotions fan, I couldn't locate a obviously better fan on digikey. Stock specs: Power: 12v Dimensions: 40*40*20 Airflow: 14.01 CFM Pressure: 16.67 mmH20 (0.656 inH20) Noise: 45 dBa Input those specs as filters into digiKey gives very few results. This doesn't account for water-rated either. Perhaps the Lejowe spec sheet is a bunch of lies, I don't know. Widening the search results to include thinner (15mm) fans actually reveals an option from
  12. @Hsiang's video shows the pedal bracket detached. Normally this is attached to the aluminum bar via 6 screws. Did this come detached by shearing the 6 screws or by ripping them out of their tapped holes?
  13. That warning sticker is awesome. "Remindings: Please prevent your hands from being pinche while using the putter."
  14. Does anybody have insight on how stressed hardware could continue to remain operational a high (damaging) temperature and still allow you to slow down to a stop? The delayed self-destruction is puzzling. You'd think this thing would've blown at it's most stressed, but it sounds like this thing blew while it was at rest or low use.
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