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rkotcha@gmail.com 3h
Have some free time during daylight. Switched around a few parts to make it more interesting
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GirlsGoIT Aug 2
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Veegore Aug 2
Needs sanding and assembly but glad it’s is all done printing
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Hagen Automation Aug 3
Not too bad from the old CR10S4
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𝚌𝚛𝟶𝚋𝚊𝚛 Aug 2
Working first time! Just need to look into pre-heating but very happy :)
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OldManMcD 18h
First "big" print on my Ender 3 Pro. Took ~12 hours.
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Candice Majewski 13h
Me: Ooh it's a Makerbot!!! *pauses show for a better look* Also me: There is *absolutely no way that thing came off that printer* My husband loves being married to a person 😂
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Additive Manufacturing Media Aug 3
supports and enables sustainable manufacturing—one example:
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Fargo 3D Printing Jul 27
Yeah, we have the filament you need! Stop in, Monday - Thursday 10 - 6 and pick up your supplies!
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Dillon Olney⚔️Critical Crafting / The Table Talk Aug 1
Last night’s session the party entered the trapped region of “Greygarden” hole to a powerful enchantress. Crafted and 3D printed :)
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Nanotechnology News Jul 27
Smallest 3D printed miniature endoscope takes images from inside of blood vessels
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Jaz Jul 31
Designed this to be a pen stylus holder for my Wacom tablet quite awhile ago. Finally got around to filming it to show how it works. Enjoy the crude .
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Vladimir Matic Jul 28
3D printed data visualizations are here, and they look incredible
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Jaye Aug 1
Almost done! The Sword of the Father, from Final Fantasy XV.
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Matheus Trizotto Aug 3
3D Printed this amazing headphone stand the other day
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Ujas Modi Aug 3
Gotta nurture painting skills now.
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Grant “Granté” Coultrup Aug 3
Saving the bees while materials testing = 2 birds with 1 stone
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Bust of Mae West Aug 3
Mae West in 3D printer frosted glass 11X16 in size. Glass artwork by Forest Mills. SOLD by Etsy 2018
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James Bruton Jul 29
It walks! but to make that work I had to calculate and code the inverse-kinematic model. Full video is on YouTube now:
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Dave Kirkby Aug 2
Calling this done for now. I finished the weathering and added a leather strap made from my reenactment stash.
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