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Topic: Article on frustration with 3d printing (Read 4336 times) previous topic - next topic

normoldboy

SEE: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2013/08/home-3d-printers-take-us-on-a-maddening-journey-into-another-dimension/

Had a good laugh at this older article as I have been caught up in the DYI 3d printing. The author paints a good picture of all of the frustrations of tweeking a printer (i.e. Materia 101) and the premise of not ready for prime time.

I tried printing his designed coaster, but it would not behave as written. If you are in this stage of experimentation you will understand "Been there, done that."

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