In our last video I demonstrated how we're parking the printers gantry on a foam block when not in use so that it is not damaged when we're driving. https://youtu.be/5MXkD7Z_ndc Here is the g-code we use to disable the travel limits so that the nozzle moves off the left side of the bed. G90 ; … Continue reading Mobile 3D Printer Head Parking G-Code
Update – Our Travel Halted
As I write this article I know that our situation may change as new information is emerging daily; however, we have been overwhelmed with genuine concern for our wellbeing and wanted to give an honest update on our current status. To understand how incredibly grateful we are to be where we are right now, I … Continue reading Update – Our Travel Halted
1 Year – Full Time Solar Production & Consumption
Well, It's been a year since I blew up the Solar Controller and needed to resolder a 48 pin QFN part in the middle of the desert with the last of our battery power in hopes of getting our charge controller online again. And that means that means that it's been one year since the … Continue reading 1 Year – Full Time Solar Production & Consumption
Protected: Our Favorite Gear List
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A Surreal Experience
It serves as a good reminder of what one can do with a dream, and 5 million dollars!
Watt Hour Consumption for a Solar Powered RV
While some appliances have an accurate wattage listed, and use a constant amount of power during the duration of use, many don't. For example our Anova Sous Vide cooker uses ~800 watts until it is up to temp and then it cycles off and on as needed to maintain that temperature. Our Instant Pot is … Continue reading Watt Hour Consumption for a Solar Powered RV
What a sight! We saw tour boats come and go, and relished in the fact that we got to spend the whole afternoon basking in this view.
Allow me to introduce ourselves…
We are the Everlanders, Jason and Kara, this journey starts in 2013 when we realized we were overlanding before we'd even heard of the term. Unfortunately we were overlanding in typical RV campers. We'd dragged those poor things over all the rough roads in Alaska, Moab, etc... They just weren't built to take that punishment. … Continue reading Allow me to introduce ourselves…