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Shane Graber
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I recently regenerated my users.yaml file (delete users.yaml, restart octoprint) and now I've lost the link on the top task bar to reboot my system / restart octopritnt. Any idea how I might get that back?
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Taung Child Skull, Australopithecus africanus. 
Printed full-scale using white PLA on my Prusa i3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taung_Child
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This would be really cool as a bronze
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LittleRP Resin Printer is now live on Kickstarter!
The LittleRP is an affordable, flexible, and open 3D resin printer that is makerspace friendly and easy to self-source.
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That was a quick funding.
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Tech Shop Detroit tour after the Detroit Makerfaire 2014.
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Some prints from my LittleSLA UV resin printer (www.littlesla.com) using MakerJuice SubG+ resin (www.MakerJuice.com). #littlesla #makerjuice
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Planning on gold plating that ring or was it meant to be "red hot"?
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Would love to see the STLs provided for this 'lil guy.  :)
As a devoted reader of my blog, you will know that I’m engaged in a continuing quest to improve the precision of my 3D printer.  The most recent improvement was to replace all the pivots in my...
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+Peter Robinson Great!  I look foward to seeing the files!  :)
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Quick question: does OctoPrint support having multiple printers plugged into a powered USB hub and then allowing the user to select which printer to print to using a dropdown box or similar from the GUI?
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There is if you don't mind disconnecting from printer A before selecting printer B. Just use the Connection options on the top of the left sidebar. 
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A massive 40-hour print of a Saber Toothed Cat, Smilodon fatalis.  The final print measures 12" from base of skull to tip of jaw and was printed in Gold PLA from SeeMeCNC.  I ended up printing this in four pieces so I could fit it on my printer and I glued it together with super glue.
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Beautiful. What 3D machine do you use?
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Makerfaire Detroit 2014.
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Shane, I apologize for your images being used.  Our writer Brittney should have asked your for permission.  She had thought that I was doing it, but I did not.  No excuse.  Images have been removed.
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Octopus ring printed at 50um layer height using the LittleSLA (http://littlesla.com) resin printer and MakerJuice (http://MakerJuice.com) SubG+ Red resin.
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I don't know if "ugly" is quite the right word. Grotesque, for sure. The detailing is nothing short of breathtaking! 
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This looks interesting for raw gcode editing: http://forums.reprap.org/read.php?1,374302
i posted on a request for available GCode Editor around in [forums.reprap.org] but very cold respond. As suggested, i'm posting this in General section even though this is software specific. Anyway in the mean time i've made my GCode Editor and by doing hard selection, i named it RapR3D Visual GCod
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If you had to recommend a 3D printer to a company for making cases that measure roughly 4x4x3", which would you recommend?  
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Yes if finish and speed are a major concern, as well as overall simplicity you may want to look at a more commercially available option.  they are very pricey but normally work on a support contract basis.  your overall costs will go up all around but if this is a centerpiece of your business you will need that type of hard SLA from a commercially available product
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  • Serim Research Corporation
    Research Scientist, 2011 - present
  • Pomacanthus Publications, LLC
    Web Developer, 2002 - 2014
  • Abbott Nutrition
    2008 - 2009
  • Sauder Woodworking
    Sr. Research Chemist, 1994 - 2008
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