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  1. I'm not whinging about the outcome. It was a...

    I'm not whinging about the outcome. It was a certainty by the 40th over. I just think that the umpires stole Taylor's chance for glory. He deserved to get a century. He played his heart out for it. ...
  2. Bad show in the Australia -v- England One-Day Inernational

    Terribly bad show in the Australia -v- England ODI match on Saturday. Taylor loses the chance for a maiden ODI century because the FOUR umpires officiating in the match didn't know the rules.

    If...
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    I put the aluminium foil between the heatbed and...

    I put the aluminium foil between the heatbed and the glass to try to ensure that they were both in contact with a heat conductive medium. Aluminium conducts heat a million times better than air.
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    Did you read this:...

    Did you read this: http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?10353-Lithophanes-on-the-DaVinci-1 ?

    OME
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    New Version of Pronterface released

    A new version of Pronterface was released on Feb 3 2015 for both Windows and MAC

    http://koti.kapsi.fi/~kliment/printrun/



    Old Man Emu
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    What do we want in scanner software?

    I've looked at a few examples of software used to clean up 3D scans, and come to this conclusion:

    I'd like to see an eraser function, similar to that in Paint and that tyoe of software, so that I...
  7. I definitely think that consumer 3D printing will...

    I definitely think that consumer 3D printing will explode once a low-cost (<$250) scanner with simple, easy to use software becomes available.

    OME
  8. News An interesting combination 3D printing and...

    An interesting combination 3D printing and electric driven. However, I think the print needs a few gallons of acetone to make the body aesthetically pleasing.

    I would have liked to have seen the...
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    To find out how much filament is needed to make...

    To find out how much filament is needed to make an object:
    1. Run the object's stl file through slicing program so that the Gcode is generated. You will have to input set up the slicer to suit your...
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    I drilled through the switch and attached it to...

    I drilled through the switch and attached it to the frame with fine screws and nuts. Can't recall the specs of the screws.

    OME

    http://3dprintboard.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=4674&stc=1
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    Will the NRA stretch to supporting the...

    Will the NRA stretch to supporting the unrestricted manufacture of these lethal weapons?

    OME
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    An American's opinion of Australia

    This is an opinion of Australia by David Mason a US writer and professor, and poet laureate of Colorado.

    Put away the flags and enjoy your country on Australia Day David Mason January 26, 2014
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  13. It's always the ten cent part that stops the...

    It's always the ten cent part that stops the million dollar machine!

    OME
  14. You have found the most frustrating thing about...

    You have found the most frustrating thing about 3D printing. This problem has plagued us from Day 1.

    As a first suggestion, follow the directions here: http://youtu.be/vOdzUTkDUQU

    Remember that...
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    You probably blew the circuit that drops 12VDC to...

    You probably blew the circuit that drops 12VDC to 5VDC which is what the board runs on. Have a look underneath the board to see if there is a blackened trace line. That's what went phutt on my board....
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    That's the whole crux of learning how to 3D...

    That's the whole crux of learning how to 3D print. You can't just download a file from any of the numerous sites that offer them, nor use the file of an object you have created using your CAD or...
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    I'd just create a new post and make reference to...

    I'd just create a new post and make reference to the original one you wanted to edit.

    OME
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    If you are looking in the areas inhabited by...

    If you are looking in the areas inhabited by Solidworks and AutoCAD, also look at Rhino 5. If you are engineers, how are you creating your designs now?

    Since you are associated with a college, the...
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    Before Australia went decimal in 1966, our...

    Before Australia went decimal in 1966, our "coppers" were the penny and half-penny (ha'penny). The penny was 30.8mm in diameter and weighed 9.45g. They were made of bronze (97% Cu, 2.5% Zn and 0.5%...
  20. One hundred years ago, Australia had what was...

    One hundred years ago, Australia had what was called the "White Australia Policy". It was an policy that was aimed at severely restricting immigration from Asia and the Orient due to the belief that...
  21. Layer thickness has a big effect on the visual...

    Layer thickness has a big effect on the visual quality of the end product. What's the difference in layer thickness between standard and high on your printer? Also remember that post-print finishing...
  22. You'll need an Arduino Mega 2560 board and a...

    You'll need an Arduino Mega 2560 board and a RAMPS 1.4 board.

    The complete set is anything like this:...
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    To get the small amount of copper sulphate and...

    To get the small amount of copper sulphate and sulphuric acid that you need, why don't you contact your local high school and arrange to give a demo of 3D printing in exchange for the chemicals from...
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    Does your mother know that you support yourself...

    Does your mother know that you support yourself by doing weird things? :rolleyes:

    OME
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    Ah! I remember now. I was in the States many...

    Ah! I remember now. I was in the States many years ago and I went to a bar with a Kiwi and a Banana Bender. I didn't drink at the time, but they did. They saw the Lite label and thought it was low...
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