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Gordon Dykes
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I'm really pleased to see these test run smoothly. I've got to remodel all this but it helps to clamp it together and see it in action. 
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I'm in awe of your ingenuity.
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wow, very nice
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You got a real nice shot of our zeitgeist! I imagine anyone sitting inside the embassy would have felt something out of place.
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I've been keeping busy this week making this thing, I'm very pleased it's working. 
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I've had another rethink of the hotends.
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Wow, yet another amazing endeavour! Looks awesome! Have you tried offsetting your fans so they are not blowing directly into one another? (by just a cm or so) this could produce more a cyclone of air and keep it really cool ;)
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Recently I've learned heaps about making a good Hotend for PLA. This is a test run with it. Results are much better then what I had been previously using.
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You may need to tweak your settings and hardware. Besides the strings, you seem to have non-straight walls. I get the feeling that was not intentional.
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This is incredibly profound.
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I got given a bit of wood it was from a cupboard door that wasn't needed. I said I'd turn it into a very needed shelf. Here we go, fitted my new self today with all 3D printed brackets. Yet another example of how the 3D printer is changing the way I look at everyday problems. 
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I miss being able to screw straight in wood. Looks like a well resolved idea, good effort.
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Bringing sciences and creative thinking together.
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Wellington - Auckland - Hong Kong - Foshan - Las Vegas - Nouméa - Cairns - melbourne
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I stand as a single point of references within the cosmos of infinite possibility's. I am mealy a conciseness which has formed from the observations of physical reality.
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Diploma electrical engineering
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  • Weltec
    Electrical engineering - Telecommunications.
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