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Don't know what to look out for when setting up #Slic3r for the first time? I'll walk you through the setup and the first slicing job.
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+Denys Dmytriyenko yeah, stuff like that happens sometimes. Be careful with your settings!

+Anthony Morris i have Adsense turned on for all of these - right now I'm hoping that I'll ever make it to the 100$ threshold where Google will actually let you cash up. I'd feel bad about promoting myself so blatantly (i mean, I post almost every new video here anyways), but I'm not going to stop you from doing so. Aren't you pretty active in Reddit as well? 
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Tube amplifiers seem to be getting popular again, but being part of the transistor generation, i've never felt that they were in any kind superior to class AB or the antichrist of amplifiers, class D ones. You see, as an engineer, i see an amplifier as a thing that should equally boost the volume of all the frequencies of the signal and not introduce any distortion, noise or resonances - transistor amplifiers seem to be superior to tubes in those disciplines.
To those of you hanging on to tube amps, what makes them special for you and why would i want to use them?
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Speakers are probably the biggest factor here: My dad inherited a pair of Klipsch full-range speakers (signed by Klipsch himself) and even though we only hooked them up to a 200€ Yamaha 5.1 receiver, they easily delivered the best sound quality I've laid ears on so far.
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First print with NinjaFlex: a lovejoy-style semi-flexible coupling as a part of my filament extruder's screw drive. Ninjaflex at 50% infill has just the right elasticity for this job, but at 1.75mm is extremely sensitive to even moderate print speeds. Fenner recommends 30mm/s, but i had to go down to 5mm/s to keep it from buckling in those 2mm between where the extruder's hobbed bolt ends and the short bowden tube starts that i used to convert my extruder from 3mm to 1.75mm.
Cheers to the guys at E3D for adding the NinjaFlex to my package!
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+Thomas Sanladerer  Awesome. Thanks for getting back to me :D
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Woo! Got my first ever thumbs down on Youtube, for my updated E3D assembly video! It seems like someone from the Czech Republic would rather see the PrusaNozzle built.
3D printing guides - Assembling the E3D hotend
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If ever you could know why he gave a thumb down it could help... may be a simple accident, not worth being annoyed by this :) This is a plain nice useful video for beginners imho.
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<wisdom>
Lessons learned from my latest firmware video, which honestly turned out a bit sub-par for my liking:
- The teleprompter works wonders for the quality of my speech.
- I need to make a complete script for every single word i'll be saying. Winging a section where i actually say stuff that matters won't end well. Not in a non-native language.
- It's easier to get a section right during production than trying and fixing it with lots of edits.
- Double-check your tech. Having to do three takes because a battery (and then an SD card) dies is no fun at all.

More lessons from the other videos:
- A multi-cam setup (several camera at the same time, but from different perspectives) is harder to do than blending in other perspectives from different takes.
- Don't cram too much into one video. Having to edit a 15 minute clip is much more frustrating than a five-minute one and at one point you'll just want to see it gone, no matter how crappy it turned out.

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Thanks a lot for sharing this +Thomas Sanladerer. 
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I'll need to extend +Andreas Thorn's, +Andreas Gohr's, +Christian Lölkes' and +Björn Marl's warnings about fabber-parts.de - the filament they sell is just barely usable, but their customer service is even worse. Even after i opened a PayPal case to get my payment refunded for an order that i had canceled, there was virtually no communication happening on Christian Metzen's (owner of fabber-parts) side. I only got my money back when the +PayPal team took over. As much as i'm seeing PayPal being hated on, it still does have its merits for cases like this one.
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People hate in PayPal? Glad you got it worked out. 
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Well look at that, Google managed to add a feature to their Android camera app that actually works well right out of the box - alongside their Photosphere and Panorama features, they now have a re-focusing functionality built-in which lets you add and adjust DOF in the editor afterwards. When using it, you have to move your phone upwards after taking the actual picture, which is where the app collects some depth information about that picture, which it then uses to estimate the amount of blur it needs to add to each part of the picture. Now that I think about it, they actually implemented a crude 3D scanner with that feature. 
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That's pretty cool. 
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This one's not so much for those of you who already own and run a 3D printer, but rather for those going Hm, i think 3D printers are kinda cool. Maybe i should get one. Yeah, you should definitely get one.
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+Whosa whatsis , now that I think of it, running a microwave oven had a bit of a learning curve as well, that power level button changed my life!
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Bought some ridiculously cheap filament - 1kg 1.75mm ABS for 19.89€ shipped, through ebay. As expected, there was a catch: The saran-wrap-like wrapping on the outside of the roll somehow reacted with the top layer of the filament - not only did it stick enormously well to it, but it somehow also made the filament extremely brittle. I ended up un-spooling about 120g of filament to get to the good part, which now prints reasonably well (at 260C in the well-ventilated basement).
The seller already offered a full refund, which i gladly took. I mean, i'm not going to say no to free filament.
Here's what i bought: http://www.ebay.de/itm/271427502743 , now at 20,90€
(on a related note, the pictures show RepRaper spools, but i got some other type that seems to be quite common as well, judging by the spool type).
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As +Thomas Sanladerer has mentioned, you can bake filament to dry it out and restore it some.

The ABS filament that I buy all seems to come shrink wrapped in plastic with little bags of silica pellets to absorb humidity. If yours does not come like that, I suggest the first thing you do is bake it. Luckily, I have never had to bake any filament.
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"Limux", das Stoff-Maskottchen des Betriebssystemherstellers Linux vor dem Rathaus der bayerischen Landeshauptstadt München

Respekt, +idowa, da hab ihr ja mal wieder gigantische Recherchearbeit geleistet.
Aus der heutigen Ausgabe des +Dingolfinger Anzeiger.
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Oh man... Bei sowas Frage ich mich immer wie falsch wohl Berichte über Atomstrom, Krieg oder Medizin sind.... Betriebssystemhersteller Linux.... Ich glaub ich spinn... 
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