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Juan Gonzalez Gomez
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I'm waiting for the esc and brushless ro arrive...meanwhile I've painted the car and fix the stearing :)
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25/3/17
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Here’s the first draft of the table of contents of my new ABC Basic Connections book! Stay tuned for more news!
http://0-1.es/newbook 
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Here’s the first draft of the table of contents of my new ABC Basic Connections book! Stay tuned for more news!
http://0-1.es/newbook 
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GNOME 3.24 'Portland' is now on tape (and available in 13 languages)! See the new features in action and learn how they came to be in the GNOME release video. https://youtu.be/_Z1PAXiyTB0

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GNOME 3.24 'Portland' is now on tape (and available in 13 languages)! See the new features in action and learn how they came to be in the GNOME release video. https://youtu.be/_Z1PAXiyTB0

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This is single walled print, the 3D design is applied by post processing the GCode with ExtrusionPainting.

This was created by modifying +Mark Wheadon's brilliant #VelocityPainting technique to adjust extrusion instead of print speed. Mark's technique is here: https://github.com/MarkWheadon/velocity-painting/wiki
This was created by slicing a simple cube. Then I ran the script, which applies an image to the GCode. The pattern was created by increasing the extrusion, pushing out more plastic and creating a 3D pattern.

More information on the extrusion painting modification here: https://nathanapter.wordpress.com/2017/03/23/extrusion-painting-3d-printing/
I've uploaded the code to GitHub here: https://github.com/napter/velocity-painting (unfortunately I do not know Perl and so I had to fork Mark's code and translate it to Python to make my modifications).
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The Benchoff Nickel was created in KiCad using the Bitmap2Component functionality. Planning this required a little bit of work; there are only five colors you can get on an OSH Park PCB, from white to gold to beige to purple (soldermask on top of copper) to black (soldermask with no copper). Luckily, the best picture we have of me renders very well in five colors

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drawing on a nonplanar surface with mouse and keyboard. the result is a wire or next a curve.
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