Posts from 2015-12

Brother QL-710W

This device and its use on Linux is all in all very similar to the QL-500, see my other post.

Default Credentials of the HTTP Server

  • Username: admin, password: access

Technical details

They are to be found here. What you can find there is:

  • Open ports on the network
  • SNMP:
    • Output of different snmpwalk commands:...

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Dymo LabelWriter 450 – With Linux

This post is about the Dymo LabelWriter 450, which we have at work.

I don't use it very much and I decided to buy the label printers Brother QL-500 and Brother QL-710W for myself.

Raspberry Pi Printer server for LabelWriter

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Silhouette Cameo-2

We bought this cutting plotter at the university to produce solder mask stencils to apply solder paste in the right places on PCBs. We also plan to create glue dispensing masks with it to help integrating our particle detector, where "to integrate" is jargon for "to construct".

Here are my findings...

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USB Capturing on Windows

Capturing or "sniffing" USB packets on Windows is quite easy, if you know how. All you need is Wireshark and the packet capture driver usbpcap. Here are the steps to get you going:

Install Open Source USB Packet capture for Windows.

Start an admin command prompt cmd.exe.

Run USBPcapCMD.exe to get a...

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