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On using 3d printer screens and controllers for your own projects.

I bought some of those cheap 3d printer controllers on the big evil site for $12: BigTreeTech Mini 12864. There are other similar ones in the same price range from other brands, but I can’t guarantee they have the same pinouts and controllers. Also these came with a tiny yellow rubber duck, always useful when you try to make sense of schematics.

The LCD running displaying a menu

The thing is, these are made for 3d printers so they expect you to plug them directly and not worry about implementation details.

Fun thing is, for some printer models, you need to make an adapter cable as nobody seemed to have settled on a standard for those and pinouts are all over the place.

To save you from the hassle of figuring out how to use those with an Arduino or an ESP, and likely for me later when I will need that again, I decided to write down all I discovered about them.

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You can have a look at my gitlab and my github account. These days, I’m mostly programming in Kotlin for backend and data processing, TypeScript for frontend and sometimes in Python, especially for data-exploration and cleaning. I’m working with ontologies (BFO, OBO-Foundry), semantic-web/linked-data (mainly with RDF4j but also with Jena). In term of database, I favor PostgreSQL and stay away from schema-less nosql DBs except: when I need K/V caching then I use Redis or when I need advanced text-search where I’m going to use Solr and ElasticSearch.
Authors: Adriano Rutz ORCID , Maria Sorokina , Jakub Galgonek , Daniel Mietchen , Egon Willighagen , Arnaud Gaudry , James G. Graham ORCID , Ralf Stephan , Roderic Page , Jiří Vondrášek , Christoph Steinbeck ORCID , Guido F. Pauli ORCID , Jean-Luc Wolfender ORCID , Jonathan Bisson ORCID , Pierre-Marie Allard ORCID
Journal: bioRxiv
Contemporary bioinformatic and chemoinformatic capabilities hold promise to reshape knowledge management, analysis and interpretation of data in natural products research. Currently, reliance on a disparate set of non-standardized, insular, and specialized databases presents a series of challenges to data access, either within the discipline or to integration and interoperability between related domains. The fundamental elements of exchange are referenced structure-organism pairs that establish relationships between distinct molecular structures and the living organisms from which they were identified.
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