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Cubehero adds cover photos and basic stats

Cubehero now allows you to set a cover photo for ¬†your physible. No longer do you have to submit to the whims of upload order for the display of your physible in the gallery–but should you not set one, we’ll

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Introducing stljs, a fast library to read, write, and render STL files

Ever want to parse STL files, but couldn’t find a fast library to read both ASCII and Binary STL files? Or you have STL files, but you want to convert it to an image, so you don’t have to load

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Web-commits and experimental Bill of Materials

Hopefully this finds you all well. This holiday season had been both a time of reflection for myself, as well as some improvements for Cubehero.Web-based upload and commit I’ve listened to your feedback, and changed the way you can push files to C…

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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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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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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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