Last edit: 29.Mar.2014, 17:52h

Makerbot Replicator 2: Adjustable Extruder

My new Adjustable Extruder is the new extruder update I am working with since 1 week now and I have to say, that it is the best I had till now. It replaces my spring driven extruder which did do a decent job too till I tried to print with Soft-PLA with it since the spring based extruder always used ...
 
Last edit: 29.Mar.2014, 17:18h

Responsive Layout

Yesterday I did a quick attempt to make PatchWork3d.de a little more responsive. What is that? A responsive Design / Layout is one which will try to match the screen size of the device you are looking at it. That means, that for instance the content part will always take 80% of the screen no matter ...
 
Last edit: 29.Mar.2014, 14:17h

The Homeserver

Some time ago, I have bought myself a home server. That piece of technology was interesting because of two things: I wanted to access the same data from my 3 computers when rendering with Netrenderer (the network rendering client of Animtion:Master). Higher datasecurity than working with plain USB ...
 
Last edit: 16.Mar.2014, 20:12h

Owl-Print

A small but nice 3d print of the common Owl model to fill the time till the screws for my new adjustable extruder are delivered. With this new extruder I hope to be able to print Soft-PLA successfully, which I can not print till now, very likely because my static, spring-based extruder has only one ...
 
Last edit: 16.Mar.2014, 20:11h

Modelling-Demo

How to create a cartoon model in Animation:Master? In this time adjusted demo Marcos Rezende (Xtaz) shows how this can be done. He is using techniques like extrude, Lathe and a manual approch of modelling here: Have fun!
 
Last edit: 31.Dec.2013, 17:02h

Happy New Year!

I will bow out for this year and wish you all fun while celebrating the end of it :). And do not forget after your headache has vanished: 2014 we will be one of the best places to get informations about Hash Animation:Master and 3d prints! Any now: Have fun celebrating! And think about it twice ...
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