being dedicated to open source sometimes means posting pictures of your projects on your kitchen counter
The spent spools stacked in the corner reminded me of one of my favorite Deep Space Nine episodes, “Behind the Lines”:
Updated for our purposes:
Take a good look at this, people. It says something about this cuture. It says that we will make, and we will keep on making, until we can’t make any more…
You don’t just throw something like this away.
Eeenteresting. So, in http://forum.lulzbot.com/download/file.php?id=1058&mode=view , what extruder is that?
Also, I totally dig the blue AO-101 nameplate
Who are the two peooples in the picture with the peoples in them?
The blue AO nameplate was designed and printed by Kazzee who designs lots of cool things (and, incidentally, helps build Lulzbots now). http://www.thingiverse.com/Kazzee/designs
One of the people in the picture is Craig, an intern. The other, I’m not sure without checking – I didn’t take the picture. He is one of hundreds of users who come through the i2plab:)
I am curious about print time.
How long did it take to print the owls?
;Basic settings: Layer height: 0.38 Walls: 1 Fill: 20
;Print time: 4 hours 9 minutes
;Filament used: 16.364m 129.0g