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Dan the 3D Printing Dad
Christian, dedicated husband & father, programmer, creative guy, and full-time geek. My posts are my own and not representative of my employer.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad 2h
BobsCNC RP9. My son now has it and it still works great. Hotend might need some refurbishing (new liner) at some point.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad 13h
I'll have to give that a try. Yeah, we re-discovered the AeroPress when doing some cleaning. It really does make a phenomenal cup of coffee.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 23
Replying to @_Tinkerz
Another near indestructible (and very compact) option. Filters are a minus, however.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 23
Replying to @_Tinkerz
What kind of French press, out of curiosity? Used to have one of these. Darn near indestructible.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 23
Replying to @ShaneChenMusic @docm77
Point taken. 😋
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
The Jelly Boxes are fantastic printers and I'm a firm believer that they are the best suited for a classroom if it includes teaching not only how to 3D print, but how to build a printer. They are empowering a new generation and I love it.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
I gotta say, this print is a solid testament to the quality of the White Knight by . For it to be able to pump through this massive blade like it did is truly impressive.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
No. Freaking. Way. You don't know how honored I feel to have my clock used in a White Knight video. Thanks, !
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @docm77
Interesting. However, what I find just as impressive is how Minecraft has sustained interest for so long. What other game has been this popular this long?
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Wow - I never thought of using that as a kiln.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @Spectra3DArt
Ow.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
"Makeshift kiln..." You have my attention. Will you have a video detailing your equipment, I hope?
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @BobbyDukeArt @duker
Touche?
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @FromPrusa @_Tinkerz
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @LindsayPB
True. However, it's entirely possible the same could be true of nanomaterials - they will enter cells and stay there or rupturing the cell it inhabits.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @LindsayPB
It's quite interesting the bad rap that asbestos gets. Fiberglass, silica-based compounds and, yes, newfangled nano-materials all can do severe damage to lungs leading to scarring and, ultimately, lung cancer. Yet, when handled properly, they are incredibly useful.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @_Tinkerz
Shh - dude. I was trying to justify a new printer for you. You ruined it. 😋
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @_Tinkerz
Just buy a Prusa MK3, start a print and check the failure stats when you get home.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @_Tinkerz
Of course, I don't have any smart bulbs in the house. I get off my butt every time I want to toggle the bulbs' statuses. Works great. Oh, and my LED bulbs are $1 a pop.
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Dan the 3D Printing Dad Jun 21
Replying to @_Tinkerz
Oh, thanks - I forgot to do my civic duty. I added my thumbs down.
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