Frank Delporte

I started my experiments here on Medium to find a wider reach for my content related to Java and #JavaOnRaspberryPi. I was already publishing my articles on my own blog and foojay.io, but the possibility to earn some money out of it, looked very appealing.

As I recently joined the documentation team of azul.com, I want to share my “love for Java” as much as possible to everyone interested, without any “pay walls” limiting the access. The benefits of the Medium Partner Program are too limited in my case, so I left the program and all my content is now free to read here, as it is on other websites.

If you want to support my writing, please take a look at my book “Getting Started with Java on the Raspberry Pi”, which is for sale on Leanpub.

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The Pinecil is a very handy and affordable USB-C powered soldering iron (running on open firmware!) with an OLED monochrome display. This soldering iron is made by PINE64, and is delivered in nice carton boxes. But once you start using it, you quickly need another way to keep the different tips at hand.

I downloaded the PINE64 logo from the website header, and it turned out to be an SVG-file, so I could immediately use it in Tinkercad to “brand” the holder.

The print files are shared on the Prusa website: “Pinecil soldering iron holder”.

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