To start with: Secondly, this is what happens when you leave a print running and go to work: So maybe that doesn't happen all the time, but I sure did waste a lot of wood filament. I was in the process of printing a wall mount for my Rift and touch controllers. I originally downloaded … Continue reading Printing a Mount for the Oculus Rift
Short post- but I wanted to show some of my recent prints. Check out this D&D dice roller I printed. It turned out beautifully (gray PLA, set at 20% infill): Here is an actual useful print, mounts for my brother's router: In use:
As many of you know from my previous post, I left off discussing the misalignment of my Pinda Probe over the print bed. I wasn't sure how big of an issue it was going to be, until I tried calibrating the XYZ axis. The nozzle began hitting the bed after the 3rd pinda position and … Continue reading Documenting my Failures (and ultimate Success) with the Prusa Printer
Hi all! I apologize for the delayed post, for as you know, I have been quite busy with my new Prusa printer. It has been a bit of a rocky road to start, but I'm still really excited for what this printer has in store for me and all the great things I'll print in … Continue reading Regarding my Prusa i3 MK2S
Short post- but I purchased my very first personal 3D printer! A Prusa i3 MK2S- I will go into details in a longer post soon, but it arrived a few days ago and I'm ready to begin setting it up. Wish me luck!
Over the last year, we've worked on two wood tables that I'd love to share with you guys. They were both really fun projects that I definitely learned a lot from. The first table was made from white oak we purchased from a man out in Maryland who had cut down the tree in his … Continue reading All about Wood Tables