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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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Comic Time

I drew a comic for you here: Whenever I have to tell people about 3D printers, it inevitably turns to the question: “What would you print with it?” The reactions I’ve gotten have both been imaginative and cynical. The other day, I summed up the cy…

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Happy April Showers

Surprisingly, it’s April already, and it always reminded me that of the time my English teacher made us memorize the first four lines of Canterbury Tales. Thanks for your replies. It’s pretty exciting to hear from you. From your replies seems like…

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Hello. :-)

Usually, you sign up for an invite at some website, and you don’t hear from them for a while. That is, until they launch. By then, you’d forgotten all about why you were interested in the first place.I’m going to try something a little different. …

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Social software around a maker culture to better your world and mine

In the last couple of years, the cost of 3D printing has been dropping dramatically to the point where home and desktop 3D printer kits were available. In 2009, there was one major home 3D printer maker, called Makerbot. In 2011, we’ve counted at …

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