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Top 4 Challenges for Augmented Reality Right Now http://buff.ly/2ndnmDr
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After the success of his Mini NES build with NFC cartridges, YouTuber DaftMike has decided to create a complete how-to guide to build your own.

Oh you guys... all of you… #SharingisCaring

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My Makerbot Replicator 2 keeps jamming in the heater brake area and I'm not sure why. I keep having to take it all apart and using a torch to burn off all the plastic in the nozzle/ heater brake area. What do you guys think the problem could be? This printer has only seen PLA.
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對於生產線自動化,大家覺得【組裝】比較容易,還是【測試】比較容易呢?現在的組裝很多動作都可以靠機器手臂幫忙了,而測試是否也可以做到呢?

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Intriguing my ass or "How to patent coloring filament with a glorified marker". 

As is the case so often +3DPrint.com 3D Printing News  publishes articles without any criticism or even basic understanding of the information provided. 

This "intriguing" concept has been seen in dozens of versions, what they did is translate "stick a marker inside and paint the filament" into a dozen pages of lawyer-speak. 

And I won't even go into FDM being "one of the more popular" hobby printing methods. Have you people even touched a 3d printer? Ever?

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Found a clean and nice way to assemble an E3Dv6 head with very robust strain-relief, tied to my parametric fan guard. I also filled the thermistor hole with high temperature silicon glue (ref. Silicoset 158 at Farnell). It will conduct heat better than air and reduce movement altogether. I am not sure I like how +Sanjay Mortimer wants us to clamp the thermistance wires...

All the cables are also hidden in a classy glass-fiber tube. But the drawback is that my forearm itches me now... too bad I had no soft silicon hose instead. May be I will use a latex hose for the next head (it was left after experiments with peristaltic pumps).

I love the E3Dv6, but it would be even more awesome with a stainless-steel housing, or at least a flat thermal barrier between the alu block and the heatsink. 

It could even make the whole smaller -- see my old post here http://www.tridimake.com/2014/03/thoughts-and-hints-around-hot-ends.html Now the drawback is the fan, as 20 mm fans ditch efficiency for noise (i.e. they are almost useless).
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