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Have a nice day!
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Actuator end mount
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Definitely i need one of those to make some serious cncieng ( is that a verb? )
JUST RELEASED! If you are thinking about building this sweet new machine, go the easy route and grab the parts bundle!

http://openbuildspartstore.com/c-beam-machine-xlarge-mechanical-bundle/

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What should I build now? 
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Behomoth Kossel carriage v2

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First pass 40mm vslot carriage proto using a undercarriage and a traditional. Mixed a critical dim so reprint underway and I need to add a endstop screw as well


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Note: +Glenn West​, and other members of THIS community. The community above, is dead (owner left, no other owners or moderators. Its considered an Abandoned Community by Google+. ) - please join the official OpenBuilds Community below instead! 

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Nice 
The future of ultra-low-powered displays is finally in living color

E ink, the company behind the pigment-based, low-energy monochromatic displays found in many of today’s popular readers finally figured out how to create up to 32,000 colors in what is almost the exact same technology.

The company will unveil what it’s calling a breakthrough technology on Tuesday at the annual SID Display Week conference in San Francisco.

“For the first time, we can create all colors at every pixel location,” said E Ink Holding’s Head of Global marketing Giovanni Mancini. “We have encapsulated four different things in one micro-cup.”

The new display, which E Ink will publicly demonstrate for the first time, is a 20-inch, 2500 x 1600 resolution display that actually shares monochrome E Ink’s impressive power capabilities. Mancini told Mashable that it’s equally power-efficient. He explained that it could be used in bus stop signage. “Bus stops are powered with solar cells, you could power this with solar cells,” he said.

So this won't be for gaming but more for signage or maybe even reading of magazines on tablets with a battery life rivalling a Kindle eReader.

See http://mashable.com/2016/05/24/color-e/

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Who is the owner of 'this' openbuilds community (ie the one i am posting in)

(because this one, is not the Real OpenBuilds community at https://plus.google.com/communities/111066409641093854887 - of which the OpenBuilds.org staff is the Admins) 
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