Yearly Archives: 2012

Beautifully share

Hello all! Hope you had a good mid-autumn festival. What’s been going on? To start, I believe when people want to share their projects, they not only want to have the files up on the web (any FTP can do that), but they’d like to share it beautiful…

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Cubeheroist starter walkthrough

Welcome, new Cubeheroist! To help you get started, I wrote a quick little walkthrough to help you out. To follow along, you need both git and openscad installed. First signup for cubehero. It’s standard fare–choose a username/password, etc. Then …

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Release Alpha

Well, I’ve been looking forward to it, and I’m glad to say that Cubehero is ready for some tire-kicking in a alpha release. They say that if you aren’t embarassed when you launch, you’ve launched too late. But first a few things! Knowledge of git …

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APIs for Manufacturing

http://amandapeyton.com/blog/2012/09/apis-for-manufacturing/#comment-643619040 http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4490591

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See Robokitty in Cubehero Demo

With 3D printers, you can make stuff that you think up, or stuff that other people think up. When you have the ability to make things you think up, it changes the way you view the world. If I need something that’s one of a kind, I can design and p…

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Faster Indeed

Hope you’re doing well and had your fill to eat and celebrate over July 4th. Here’s what I’ve been up to with Cubehero. I’m wary of pre-mature optimization, but the job times for the queues were taking too long for higher polygon counts. After som…

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Lost and Found

It’s been a while! I’ve made some progress and I’d like to share it with you. You know, it’s one thing to have a prototype, but it’s another to go to production. But regardless of the bumps along the road, here’s what’s going on.In the prototype, …

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