🚗🤖First operation CNC machining of an automotive part on a DMG Milltap.
💻I still have to make some optimizations on the drilling and chamfering operation.
🔜2 new tools are needed to combine the chamfer and the hole making. 🔜A few speeds are too slow and a process is obsolete. ☑️The D20 PKD tools performs good and the plane roughing and finishing process but not so good at side milling ⚠️I had lot of vibrations due to the long toolshaft on 2 operations. ♻️Maybe I will replace it against a carbide mill with diameter 12 or 16. ☮️There is already a 12mm carbide in use with 63mm cutting length. 💯it performs very good a deep cuts with ae<1mm. 🚀Because the DMG is very fast I tend to use a HPC process to optimize the Tool usage and the stability of the process.
Let me know what you think. 👉😮
I'm open for your thinkings. 🙀
⚪️Mentor⚪️ [Day 6 / 100]
Today I had an appointment with my mentor. He was very supportive towards my future plans. He encourages me to pursue computer science. Fun fact I learned today; he studied technical computer science. So we had a great talk.
For coding I learned about bisection search. In mathematical terms I understood it, but to write the code myself.. The expectancy rate of this course is very high. Especially for a complete beginner like me. But eventually I persevered.
Just keep on going!
Which programming language to learn first?
I get that question a lot.
It just depends on what you are trying to accomplish.
If you don’t know ➡️ Python
Android ➡️ Java or Kotlin
iOS ➡️ Swift
Data Science ➡️ Python or R
Game Development ➡️ C#
These are the most common cases, and of course there are always multiple ways to approach any of them.
The important thing to keep in mind is just to stick with one at the beginning even if your interest changes. (It will make easier to learn others)
Comment below if you think I missed something, or you would like to add to one of those 👇🏻
Ignore the gatekeepers, coding is for everyone. 👩💻👩🏽💻👩🏿💻
Day[26/100] - What's your favourite API? ⚡
👉🏻 I'm curious to see all the different APIs that people have worked with and which one is your favourite? 🤔
Today, I completed section 8 of my reactJS course 📚 In this we covered making requests to the unsplash API 📸 using Axios and async/await 👀
• What is Axios?
Axios is a 3rd party package that can be installed via NPM, which is a promise based HTTP client that allows you to make.. you guess it HTTP requests to APIs 😉
Async/Await are special JS keywords used to work with promises 🤞🏻The async keyword is placed before a function to ensure the function returns a promise. The await keyword makes the execution of a function pause⌛ until the promise is resolved and then continue execution/return the resolved result.
Don't want this post to get too long so I'll leave it there, but this was a super interesting topic to learn about 🤓
👉🏻What do you think about API/Back-End related stuff?
Happy coding everyone! 💻✌🏻❤️