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Thomas Sanladerer
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My Printrbot Play is now a mobile, self-sufficient 3D printer! Of course, it's battery-powered, but it also provides a WiFi access point so that I can use it pretty much anywhere and just send files to it from my phone or laptop.
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Monoprice are selling the Delta Pro as a variant of their sub $200 "Delta Mini" - and that makes little, yet surprisingly much sense. Find out how this $1299 3D printer stacks up and why I'm having trouble understanding it as a product.
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Answering questions from the comment section of the two casting videos!
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This is what I've been working up to - casting the massive "ON AIR", marquee-style sign!
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The new and upgraded forum is online! All 4000 posts and every single user from the old forum have been moved to a modern Discourse setup!
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3D Printing is really good at making light plastic parts. Here's how I made heavy concrete and plaster parts from my prints instead!
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3D printing hasn't always just been "3D printing" - the processes and machines we know today started out as part of the open-source RepRap project and by being able to print improvements for themselves and even entirely new machines, over time, only the best approaches survived! Adrian Bowyer initially started the RepRap project and nurtured it until it was large enough to sustain itself from community contributions. Here's why he chose 3D printing for self-replicating machines and what he's up to now!

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Gina Häußge is the creator of the popular 3D printer management software OctoPrint - we talk about why and how it was started, how the community and Open Source were involved and how you can safely get your OctoPrint setup on the internet! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qytk8_JpYyQ
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You know, when two engineers like each other very much... they make a hotend. Well, that's what I took away from the tour of the new E3D headquarters!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QTocb3wa5k
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On my roadtrip around Europe, I got to spend some time at E3D - in this video, we talk about their newly announced products around high-temperature 3D printing, what is up with the toolchanger (spoiler: it's about to ship!) and what a future v7 hotend and next-generation Titan extruder could look like!
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