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Skyler Ogden
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Cosine additive doing some fun stuff with G2/G3 NURBS interpolation. Using a derivation of smoothieware as it turns out! Hope they share their fork soon 
Why are we still use the STL file format, I have no idea. My hope is that a true parasolid NURBS based slicing program is not far out. In the meantime, we are using a few tricks to show what is possible. Through custom hardware, firmware, and post processing, we finally implemented a workflow on top of the current STL slicers that shows what a vector based approach can do.   Here is a side by shot shot with the exact same geometry...
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I think that's a case they still need to check their motion parameters. Using arc moves there is hiding the fact their jerk/accel is out of tune.

I'd been occasionally suggesting that a slicer be built to slice directly from STEPs and maybe other solid models. That way curves do propagate through the work flow to the machine rather than chopping them up into numerous facets.
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My gosh this is amazing!
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Cool pics
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Check out my first working prototype of my 100:1 hypocycloidal gearbox!
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very cool!!!
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Check it out, The results of many months of design work! Success feels so goooooooood.
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Happy Birthday on a stepper motor!
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    Lead STEM Fellow, 2010 - present
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    Mechanical Engineering, 2008 - present
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Sooo goood. I got there Siracha Chimichanga and it was amazing.
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Ice cream is great but the meal was pretty unintersting. I'm fairly certain that the taquitos and the jalepeno poppers that came with my meal were the type you can buy frozen at the store. Not very impressive and a pretty lame shortcut. If I wanted reheated frozen food I would eat at home
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Wish there was a ranking below poor. Got salmonella here. Been a fun week... be careful.
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Fast, friendly service but severe price gouging. Went on for an alignment and they found some components which desperately needed replacement. I appreciate that. What I didn't appreciate was when I called Napa after I left to see how much it would cost me to do the work myself. Turns out all the parts in the estimate were marked to 300% - 400% of retail. Even more if you account for the fact that these guys likely get deals on parts as a auto shop. Alignment, maybe. ANY mechanical work NO!
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