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Tron Recognizer

by MegaMan, published

Tron Recognizer by MegaMan Jun 28, 2012

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I Designed the Recognizer in Alibre Design 3D modeling software.

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Just print the Recognizer on its back, no support needed... yay!

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Recognizers are cool. I even like the name. The term "recognizer" would be great to represent the software/hardware system that goes around and checks industrial modules (think autonomous 3d printer) and looks for anomalies, recognizes the problem and then calls the appropriate program by following predetermined criteria linked with observations/measurements. We may some day see real recognizers when we want to manage whole herds of 3d printers. For now the humans are the recognizers. :-)

For my print, I think I may have doubled it... my finished Recognizer is about 4-1/2" tall and 6" wide. It turned out awesome! Thanks so much for making this available to us. It's one of the models I always wanted when I was in 3rd grade. :)

Awesome to hear, Doc! Glad to contribute to the Thingiverse community. What type of printer did you run the Recognizer on?

Nice model and nice nick ;)

Thanks, Megamannen!!

MegaMan! You made me do this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25983http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

I just watched the classic Tron for the ~44th time and Tron Legacy for the ~20th after you posted this Recognizer...

Man, I have problems...

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Lol! Awesome, on all accounts...the MCP and your 'more than a habit' interest in Tron.

:D

Heck yeah!! The only thing I like more than the Tron franchise is Mega Man!!

Go MegaMan go! :) :) :)

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