philosophy & psychology nerd
that i'm 20 years late to develop one
It's really supposed to be pronounced "Po-kay-mon", but I say "Pok-uh-mon". Do most people say it that way?
The entitled self proclaimed experts on a specific subject who can't accept any different points of view from those they vigorously preach around eloquently, even on situations entirely tied down to personal experiences which will obviously vary from one person to another.
Thanks a lot for the information! Maybe the situation is not as hopeless as I thought.
OK. Today I did replace old anet control board, with it's soldered A4988, with SKR 1.4 and TMC2208 drivers. As a result, now during printing, the loudest sound is the humming of the extruder cooler fan.P.S. As for the noise... My Anet A6 at its typical working speed is even quieter than a vacuum cleaner (especially when printing with PETG, where speeds are lower than for PLA and you do not need to turn on airflow at full power). Despite the fact that I did not take any special measures to combat noise (like replacing the control board, along with the stepper motors drivers).
Good binoculars, digiscopes, and telephoto lenses are crazy expensive. Most of the pictures I get are a few blurry pixels.
Success in finding the birds you're looking for is largely about being in exactly the right place at the right time, and if you're lucky you can look at them for a few seconds before they disappear.
When it comes to rockhounding, many people are secretive about locations where they've found interesting rocks/minerals. I mean, I get why they're secretive - they don't want random jerks to come and trash the place. But it also makes it harder for newbies.