Monthly Archives: October 2010

‘aesen, ‘aesen, ‘aesen!

CM is getting excited. Like all fathers he is becoming his child. “Essen essen essen” (“food food food”) seems to be his son’s favourite occupation this week, so CM’s response as he arrives in the workshop is “Fraesen, fraesen, fraesen!” … Continue reading

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configuration configuration configuration . . . . . . .

Sunday. Rainy Linz weather. Summer was a Tuesday. Now it will be like this until a pseudo “Indian summer” or Altweiber (old lady) Sommer in October. But do we care? No! We have about three dozen Skeinforge parameters to tweak … Continue reading

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The wonders of heat

As winter begins to descend upon us, not only do we suffer but so does the printing process. I am not yet sure exactly what causes the deformation of larger pieces as they are printed (my preferred understanding is that … Continue reading

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