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haha oh! No I can't They're the same value ranges that 4.2 used which isn't in itself a problem, but being able to tell a 1.2 ohm resistor from a 1.8 ohm resistor (each with 5% tolerance) would be impossible. One would be 4.991V and the other would be 4.994V, both of which would be more than the 3.3V microcontroller could read. If you take those and solder them to the correct parts then you can use them! Because adding 1.2 ohms to 1200 ohms makes no difference. Sorry about the mixup.I think you read my response wrong, lol. I ment that I order the 100 of each of the wrong resistors you had linked toof. So, I was wondering if you could change the software to activate on the different resistors that were mistakenly linked too.
@WBegg I looked at thickening the posts a bit sort of like the HeaterMeter 4.2 case has around the one USB port like this
However, looking at the device while in a case with a USB wifi adapter inserted, looks like the then the wifi adapter wouldn't bottom out before coming in contact with the plastic. That would mean it could be pushed too far which would break the pillars. I looked again at trying to get a rib on the pillars but looking at how it is currently, I just don't think I'd be able to fit anything large enough to be filled by a 3D printer with an extrusion width over 0.5mm. I'll try to work that in though just to see, but I just spent a few minutes pushing on my pillars and they're really sturdy for being as tiny and as printed-in-the-wrong-direction as they are. I'd go back to asking if they are filled solid by your slicer as they need to be.