What the heck is that?

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What the heck is that? by cerberus333 Sep 21, 2012

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What the heck is that?

Modeled in Sculptris


0% infill 2 shells and shrunk it down
using the makerware software

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 ok I'll bite,  what is a ICIEAT???

 I See I Eat...

 lol (well chuckled out loud anyhow)
hadn't heard that one before.

Somehow reminds me of Zelda creatures, not sure why, but I like it :)

How do you like the makerware software? I can't use it because I have a TOM--but it looks awesome!

 too early to give a good assessment.
I like some things, but i also liked the replicatorG
faster slicing in the few i tried,
user interface is 'cleaner'

Awesome! Does it have all of the settings pre-set so that there isn't any messing with the skeinforge stuff?

 actually it seems to default to replicator2 settings which need to be adjusted after each launch. I am hoping that they will have it remember the settings so I can leave it at replicator single, ABS and .27 slice as well as the other stuff.  not a huge issue but it would be more convenient.
overall it seems decent and once it gets past beta i think it will be a improvement.
my only complaint is the python install sees to conflict with the repG and I can't use rep G without reinstalling python, which MIGHT then cause an issue for makerware (not sure as yet if that is true, but i don't want to spend my time fixing it if it does go awry)