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Pine64 Clusterboard Case - Skyminer
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Hi everyone! I built my DIY miner following Christian's idea: https://christianott.co/skycoin_pine64miner_en/
So I designed a 3d printed case! It is super compact, 175x180x54 mm only for 7 running nodes! You can download the .stl file here:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2895885
I included .ipt file (Autodesk Inventor) for easy changes and mods!
Check the video!  Wink



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(05-07-2018, 03:52 AM)edoardocoen Wrote: Hi everyone! I built my DIY miner following Christian's idea: https://christianott.co/skycoin_pine64miner_en/
So I designed a 3d printed case! It is super compact, 175x180x54 mm only for 7 running nodes! You can download the .stl file here:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2895885
I included .ipt file (Autodesk Inventor) for easy changes and mods!
Check the video!  Wink





Great design and thanks for sharing the file. It really looks awesome. What material is the case made of?


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(05-07-2018, 04:19 AM)Lancek Wrote: Great design and thanks for sharing the file. It really looks awesome. What material is the case made of?


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I used high temperature pla! Normal pla could deform itself... I don't now what temperature could reach. Installing a fan could solve this... Or maybe I'm too paranoid  Big Grin
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Awesome design! Well done
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#5
great. How is the shell made?
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(05-16-2018, 03:40 PM)jidongyan Wrote: great.  How is the shell made?

It's 3d printed!
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#7
Have you got this working with the SKY miner setup software? If so any post?
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#8
I've installed the sopine SO armbian using their official PINE64 Installer. I had networking issue, for the assigning of static ip. I fixed this problem with my router, assigning static ip corrisponding the MAC address of each board. For the rest, I followed this https://skywug.net/forum/Thread-Skywire-...ion-script
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(05-22-2018, 03:04 PM)edoardocoen Wrote: I've installed the sopine SO armbian using their official PINE64 Installer. I had networking issue, for the assigning of static ip. I fixed this problem with my router, assigning static ip corrisponding the MAC address of each board. For the rest, I followed this https://skywug.net/forum/Thread-Skywire-...ion-script

I'm using the same walkthrough, actually got there from your post Big Grin  Great walkthrough but I noticed the problem when I came to that section and was reminded of your post. I know you found a workaround for yours but if you do more or decide you want to change them to static IPs just remove the "#" symbol from in front of "address", "netmask", "gateway", and "dns-nameservers". The "#" is the comment symbol and ubuntu ignores everything on that line after it. Great idea for coding and troubleshooting but essentially ubuntu is ignoring all the values you took the time to put in. They forget to mention that small part in the walkthrough but it is a very easy fix. Another thing you may want to do for sanity's sake is also give it a unique hostname you can do that with "nano /etc/hostname" or through the nmtui utility. I am doing mine skyminer1 through skyminer14 for simplicity's sake.
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