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Robert Poole
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Software engineer by trade, aspiring writer by avocation.
Software engineer by trade, aspiring writer by avocation.

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They posted a video review as well. Pity the reviewer confuses cm with mm.
#3dprinting

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Wow, Spring 2018... At least we finally get to know when this printer will be available to the rest of us.
#3dprinting

Digital Trends: Monoprice Mini Delta review. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw3vKakjc

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Just had to show this off since it came out so well!
After Joel the +3D Printing Nerd​​ featured this model on his YouTube channel, I just had to try printing this myself. It's a vase! It's math art! It's a bunch of sinusoids made up of rectangular solids!

Printed at full size on the Dagoma Neva; sliced on Cura for Dagoma with 0.15 mm layer height, 17% infill. Shown here with a Mountain Dew can for scale. I could probably scale it up a bit and still fit within the Neva's build volume, and I may actually try that soon. But I'd like to try getting the Neva set up on +OctoPrint​​ first so I can try slicing using the Cura Engine. (I'm close! I've been reverse engineering Cura profiles from Dagoma's XML config files.)

The STL and SCAD files are on Thingiverse at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2666281

Dagoma USA can be found at http://www.dagoma.us and +DagomaFrance has a G+ presence (although the G+ Android client may not provide a proper link).
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After Joel the +3D Printing Nerd​​ featured this model on his YouTube channel, I just had to try printing this myself. It's a vase! It's math art! It's a bunch of sinusoids made up of rectangular solids!

Printed at full size on the Dagoma Neva; sliced on Cura for Dagoma with 0.15 mm layer height, 17% infill. Shown here with a Mountain Dew can for scale. I could probably scale it up a bit and still fit within the Neva's build volume, and I may actually try that soon. But I'd like to try getting the Neva set up on +OctoPrint​​ first so I can try slicing using the Cura Engine. (I'm close! I've been reverse engineering Cura profiles from Dagoma's XML config files.)

The STL and SCAD files are on Thingiverse at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2666281

Dagoma USA can be found at http://www.dagoma.us and +DagomaFrance has a G+ presence (although the G+ Android client may not provide a proper link).
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New technique for saving the black-footed ferret FTW!

NPR: Biologists With Drones And Peanut Butter Pellets Are On A Mission To Help Ferrets. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwtvKfrTM

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Accelerated approval of a drug is not the same as "experimental."

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Joel tests Prusa's multi-material upgrade and discovers just how wasteful purge blocks can be.

Now, if only needle valves (Robox) or nozzle lifting (Ultimaker) would enter the mainstream and become cheap enough for general use...

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