Please see all COVID-19 updates here as some shipments may be delayed due to CDC safety and staffing guidelines. If you have an order or shipping question please refer to our Customer Support page. For technical questions please check out our Forums. Thank you for your continued support.


Member Since: December 16, 2009

Country: United States

  • Nice thing is, if one of those parts breaks (I have a TAZ4 - only part I've had break was my own fault), you can just print up another one.

    There's only a couple of 3d printed parts on the TAZ4 that I can think of that are truly printer-breaking - the two extruder drive gears, and the X-axis smooth rod/stepper holders. That x-axis part is solid as hell, you're only going to break it if you drop your printer (and you have bigger problems if that happens). The gears... just print a couple extra first thing and you're fine. When one of my extruder gears 'broke' (some of the teeth came off) it still worked quite well enough for me to print a replacement one.

  • Gasp! Why are there no comments for this wonderful product. I've been using the Teensy ++ 2.0 on numerous things, but hands down the BIGGEST, MOST IMPORTANT THING: This board will, when you install the Teensyduino IDE, give you the option of appearing to your computer as a CLASS-COMPLIANT MIDI DEVICE. So, no more messing with DIN sockets/cables, or serial communication into MaxMSP, or whatever else you've been doing to get your sensor input into Ableton Live or any other DAW - just go straight in via the Teensy-as-MIDI, no drivers necessary.

    Oh, and it's bi-directional, of course. Want to link your Ableton Live set's tempo/MIDI Clock to that giant LED wall you've been building, or use Pro Tools to sequence a bunch of servos that smack hanging bags of cereal? Get a Teensy!

  • From what I can tell from some experimenting, this knob does not work with the touch sensing abilities of the motorized fader it is recommended for!

  • Annoyingly, it seems that the knobs listed as the recommended knob for this fader are not conductive at all - when trying to do touch sensing through them, there's not nearly enough sensitivity through the knob.