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Just something cool to see--neato 3D printed things in 2017

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Pretty amazing stuff kman - thanks for sharing.

Very nice new forum. The algorithm and people combo did a great job.

Finally bought a small benchtop oven for $NZ15.00 :) Should be good for drying PLA spools, hardening PLA models and the occasional loaf of homemade bread or pizza. Temp range is from around 25°C to 240°C.

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17 minutes ago, nzo said:

Pretty amazing stuff kman - thanks for sharing.

Very nice new forum. The algorithm and people combo did a great job.

Finally bought a small benchtop oven for $NZ15.00 :) Should be good for drying PLA spools, hardening PLA models and the occasional loaf of homemade bread or pizza. Temp range is from around 25°C to 240°C.

What are the step ranges? For instance I have an electric oven, but it can only go in 5° increments,

 

And, yeah, the forum is nice. Gotta get used to finding things again, but it is speedy and I like that......:)

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