Category Archives: 3D printing

ESD safe 3D printed parts tray

Recently I printed a component tray for my friend Parker (Longhorn Engineer) which he documented on his website (http://longhornengineer.com/2014/06/11/3d-printed-part-tray-for-a-pick-and-place/) and which received a write-up on Hack-a-day (http://hackaday.com/2014/06/12/3d-printed-trays-for-your-pick-and-place-machine/). The purpose of the tray is to hold special sized components for a … Continue reading

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Squirrel

This last weekend I did some experimentation with finishing techniques on a 3D printed object. I started with the “Guardian Squirrel” object from Thingiverse. I printed this with natural PLA on my M2 printer. Next I sprayed on a special … Continue reading

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New 3D printer

I’ve built several printers but this time I decided to try something different and purchased a semi assembled printer from the folks at Makergear. It turned out really nice. Looking forward to seeing what this guy can do.

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