Purveyors of fine designs and scholars among men. I have a theoretical degree in hypothetical physics and I'm willing to use it. Seriously, don't make me.
Nah, just kidding, Phistterbut_Inc. is made of a widely diversified team of door to door gcode selling marmosets and is currently accepting applicants!
You've been handed a finite space of 200 mm cubed. Inside that small space, there is an infinite number of combinations in which matter may take shape. What do you do?
Coming to a printer near you!
We use an upgraded Sunhokey Prusa i3 with an e3d v6 and a 200w silicone bed, nicknamed Dildahmetron. Printer is controlled with an Rpi3b and octoprint connected to a 5v usb led strip with v2 camera for time lapses. Wonderful setup, pretty cheap for the quality.
Recent purchase of nozzles has led me into new places, look for new things soon.
"But, I do know penis, and this is a big bag of dicks my friends."
Thank god for him
Never thought I'd have license to quote myself, but here we go,
"Printing is much like masturbating with your off hand; half art, half science, and when you get it right, very satisfying."
Before you ask about inductive sensor modules ending in /bx, please read this:
Also, this is a practice I follow: https://youtu.be/y5MV-9_FKvI?t=8m2s
Thanks to Barnacules for making a video on it.
If you made it this far and still think I'm an @$$, keep in mind, you have no method of telling my tone from text on a screen. You'll have to rely on your own interpretation for that one. This community helped me greatly when I first started, so I give back.
After receiving the third email about failed tipping attempts, I decided to fix that. So, if by chance you'd like to buy me coffee, I won't say no. Dinner and a movie on the other hand gets you further into the pants party, you know what I'm sayin'?
Tips received will go toward eBay module projects to be uploaded here and shared freely. The benefit of these eBay modules is in not having to engineer them again for one off projects. They're also more reproducible for a laymen and they're usually dirt cheap. Let me know in a PM if there's something you have in mind if you're tipping for that purpose. Of course, tips never required, but helpful.
Stay off Chinese filament please. Shit's probably radioactive anyway.
I Am A…Professional
Tools I Use…
Design Programs: Fusion 360, Maya, MeshMixer
3D Design Skill Level