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I know that this is not really new, but a long time ago, as an apprentice engineer, it was a standard joke that there should be an 'adding-on' tool. And here it is. I am now officially living in the future.
hybrid manufacturing is the combination of additive manufacturing with CNC machining
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The way of the future .
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First flight of new quad copter frame. It was raining so had to do it inside. It's been quite a few months since I have flown, so glad it all went well.
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Of course, I had carfully calculated that there was enough material on the spool before starting the job. ;-)
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+Justin Nesselrotte It is a LulzBot, but I am using the latest version of Cura, not LulzBot's. My part is a spacer for a jig, and it would still have worked even if a little short, so I left it printing overnight. Was happy when I cam back to this in the morning! ;-)
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Proof that magnets are magic!
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So, now what? 🤔
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To scratch an itch, I modelled some nose cones in OpenSCAD.
A simple OpenSCAD module for a nose cone shape
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This weekend I will be playing with a my new Pi-zero. Currently compiling golang on it. Slow. Very slow.Feeling a little priveleged as I understand they sold out very fast.
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So far, not much except compile Golang on it. I have a fancy to build something like https://youtu.be/m_QQrMqQb04 but with car dash stepper motors instead of panel meters. First, though I will play with the scroll phat I got from Pimoroni. https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/scroll-phat
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First flight of new quad copter frame. It was raining so had to do it inside. It's been quite a few months since I have flown, so glad it all went well.
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Don't think there are any miles left in these tyres.
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I think once you see the carcase in multiple places, then that is definity it. There were about four places, and one of them was about three inches long! In the bin now.
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Would love to have a play with this.
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Now this is something I have never seen before.
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+Jaden Bodell or click the translate button. he went to the exhibition, and liked a bike printed from metal
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