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So my Joylent experiment has been over for a while... as in, i've decided to turn that "liquid lunch" concept into something that's just another part of my diet.
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I might have to give that milk idea a try, thanks!
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So this showed up... What a beauty! 
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+Shauki B  not sure how i'm supposed to react to that, but it seems you're still the exact same person as when you were still using your full name.

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Could Printrbot's new Play be the greatest 3D printer ever made?
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I see. I guess that's a valid reason to want to go back to the smooth rod. I had a little trouble on my Y axis but that's been worked out for some time now. I personally haven't noticed a difference. Everyone has their preference though.
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Finished a fan controller with my Padawan - we designed, layouted and ordered the entire thing in one day and built and tested it just today. Worked on the first try! Dirty PCBs delivered the PCBs in record time, and they do look pretty darn good for being a quarter of the price of OSHpark. 

I has six thermistor inputs, four output channels (two fans each) to the DC fans and one (four fans) for a PWM fan, which is completely disabled below a set threshold instead of running at a minimum 20%.
Also, there are two inputs for buttons and switches as well as an output for a WRGB LED setup.
The software was adapted from the prototype i made a while ago (which +Gina Häußge​​ took some interest in) and allows for custom temperature curves for each thermistor plus a full mixer to assign and mix the thermistors into the individual fan channels.
Kinda overkill, but who cares, right? As long as I can run my computer without a single fan going at idle and still keep it cool while rendering, I'm happy. And it was a fun project, too!

I've still got a few PCBs left over, if there's some interest in these, i can ship them out at cost (rest of the BOM is less than 10€ from Reichelt). Also, would someone find use in the quick and dirty, but functional, PCB files and software? 
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+Gina Häußge ah, forgot: "record time" was ordered on Sunday the 14th, two weeks ago, and arrived here last Tuesday (23rd) via DHL. It could have been delivered another couple days earlier if i went with one of the even more expensive shipping options, but DHL was a good compromise between the cost of overnight shipping and potentially killing the project by having to wait months for parts to arrive.
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And here's yet another company that seems to have no idea what 3D printing is...
Via +igus Inc. 
 
Check out this free webinar on 3D printing! Sign up here: http://bit.ly/1LcI2QU #3D #3DPrinter #3DPrinting #Printer
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Lol, Sponsored by Stratasys
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This is going to be fun!
I'll get to come up with a mount for the block and machine a backplate from 4mm aluminum (+ a 3D printed water channel) to cool the rest of the parts.
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+johan jacobsson the only spot to install a Mo-Ra would be the side panel of a case - which I'm not a huge fan of since it adds a lot of bulk and doesn't look too elegant unless done exactly right.
I'll stick with my dual 240mm rads for now, if it turns out I need some extra cooling, my case still has space for a few 120mm ones. 
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Twice the gears, twice the fun! Kinda...
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How many of us wear Swiss mechanical watches? I do not, but the solution and design are brilliant no exception. Will it be so wide sold as till now known solutions: my humble opinion - not. I admire the quality of all of what Eric makes (and Thom can present) but if it is about a wide market solution: it will not. Great job, great video great idea, but life goes on, for the masses at least. Sorry to be rude all the time
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Don't forget to water your dog!
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I'm a big fan of free alcohol.
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God damn it, +Panasonic Corporation, why do you have to tease me like that?
Basically my trusty G6, but with 4K and for half the price of a GH4... must... resist....
Explore the Panasonic DMC-G7 - Lumix G Compact System Cameras - Formerly the preserve of professional filmmakers and photographers, LUMIX G7 is opening up the world of 4K to everyone. Whether you're making movie memories to last a lifetime, or taking amazing stills from your 4K footage, the G7 is changing photography, for good.
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I've got the G4 - which I love. That G7 looks pretty sexy too
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Hey +Louise Driggers​​ (and everyone else who's making 3D models):
There are a lot of designs out there, licensed as CC NC, of which many would make great example prints in one of my reviews or guides. Would you consider showing a print of these models a breach of license? (Also, yould you consider someone like +3DPrint.com​​ showing prints commercial use?)
I know OS licenses can be annoying to discuss, but i don't want to end up violating the choices model creators make.
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What kind of model are you intending to show?  I would be fine with creating a custom object for you to show specifics of 3d printing and would give you sole use and ownership of that object.
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No option of updating +Adobe Flash without also accepting McAfee's license agreement? Well, i guess i won't be needing Flash anymore. Everything is HTML5 these days anyways.
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Interesting. I was unaware of Pepper Flash. More info here:
https://wiki.debian.org/PepperFlashPlayer
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Those 2.6mm mini banana plugs just happen to fit Sony NP-F batteries quite perfectly! The NP-F970 clones are just 10€ shipped, and give you about 40Wh of energy and also include proper battery protection, so they are a perfect choice for powering... anything.
And best of all, the Printrbot Play has space for five of these! 
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Looks like a 3p2s li-ion pack, probably 18650 cells. Ten bucks for six is pretty cheap. Add two or three in series and power a 3d printer off it. The protection circuit may be a good help, perhaps you could just hook up a 24v supply and be done with it.. (No probably not, you need 6*4.2v to charge them fully. The PID heaters will not like the variable voltage too much either)
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