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Nicholas Lanham

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Our aluminum 3D printer arms are shipped as a complete, assembled-kit with extruded aluminum arms, Z Axis nuts, linear bearings, and is made out of 16 gauge, 5052 aluminum in order to ensure a completely stiff alternative to typical wood or plastic assemblies provided with most stock 3D print-beds. 5052 aluminum is frequently used within architectural and heat-exchanger applications and is alloyed with magnesium and chromium. Most other aluminum ...
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My latest tutorial to create an orderly tangle of symmetric squares for #3dprinting in #3dsMax .
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My latest video, revisiting the model creation of a Sacred #Merkaba (stellated octahedron) with Autodesk #3dsMax, for exporting to a #3dPrinter. Hope you enjoy.
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Ray Pena

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if you are interested in building your own little lathe for home projects, you might like this.  i built it only from the parts and materials i already had laying around my shop.  total cost = $0
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Thanks, that glass lathe was a special project for a client. Wasn't sure if it would be interesting to anyone else.
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faidateTV DIY

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This is a video on how to make a DIY Shop / Kitchen buddy for slowing down vacuums, fans, electrical appliances, reducing power, controllable heat in cooking with electrical devices, and dimming lights.

If you liked this video please subscribe give a thumbs up and any questions comments or suggestions are welcome.
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Tiny glimpse into the incredible beauty of 3D printing and it's best applications yet. Enjoy and happy creative 2016!
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Ray Pena

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well I'm building another lathe, big surprise! but this one will be a little different in that it will have a vertical axis!  i hope it works out, this is part 1 https://youtu.be/nod2P2zoTIU
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Ray Pena

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I love making bike wheels, these are my latest innovation: colored and chrome solid discs.  you may have seen them previously but this is how i actually make these wheels. https://youtu.be/QQCFOERJ27w?list=PLjb5twhxLLcLBe_hv1vOHt7Yg57v0590Z
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Ray Pena

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the waterjet, and how it works.  i use it all the time and forget how awesome it really is
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Ray Pena

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okay, this might be old news to most of you, but i was only recently made aware of this effect...eddy currents....i am fascinated by this!
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Pankaj Nemade

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Our e-book for your daily measurement needs

http://circuits4you.com/
Arduino interfacing, circuits tutorials with code and ebooks, Step by step guides for all sensor modules used for arduino. Programming tips and tricks. on Circuits4you.com
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Paolo PerCdS

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Come migliorare il foglio di calcolo per controllare 19 LED con #Arduino UNO R3 personalizzando sia i giochi dei led che la loro velocità con un potenziometro?  Per maggiori dettagli http://aspettandoilbus.blogspot.it/2016/02/modulo-con-7-led-da-collegare-ad.html
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Ciao e ben ritrovato sul Blog Aspettando il Bus. Un lettore mi ha chiesto un piccolo aiuto per aumentare il numero dei LED che vengono accesi da Arduino UNO R3 e portarli a 19, mantenendo il controllo di velocità ed il fogli...
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