Spam definitely comes in waves and it's a constant cat/mouse battle to keep spammers at bay, but not blocking legit users.
We have a lot of great systems in place that keep out about 99% of the attempts at spam. It's actually quite amazing to see the backend logs that show how many people (and...
Yup, I'm impatient, like to print fast, and am usually fine trading off quality for speed.
That being the case, this hack is RIGHT up my alley!
I just need to buy a few 0.8 volcano nozzles and I should be good to go!
(oh, and print a new extended fan duct)
While tempting, a few things held me back:
I'd wait for the 2nd iteration / version (maybe a bit after the kickstarter has completed / shipped) for the software to be fully fleshed-out and bugs squished.
While it does a lot of cool automated stuff... there are some things I like to do manually...
I've been following this guy's AMAZING build, and it finally came together in the video below.
I don't see any cooling... and I'm curious how this works with such HUGE thick lines of hot plastic that probably take forever to solidify.
Ugh, I'm just not patient enough to watch any live-streams. I'm a fan of the shorter curated (script, editing, etc.) videos.
One of my FAV 3D youtube peeps did this great review. He has a VERY strict policy on stuff that is sent to him for reviews, and does a good job:
Vast majority of my prints I do are 3 hours or less (most are only an hour or less), and anything 10 hours or under, I'll just print during the day since I can keep an eye on it in my office.
If the situation arises where I have a print that is 10+ hours, I might do an overnight...
Are you sure they are bumble bees and not carpenter bees? From what I understand, bumble bees nest in the ground, and carpenter bees nest in holes (usually in wood).
We have problems with carpenter bees, and actually try to remove (kill) them from in and around our house.
While I appreciate and respect what works for others, this isn't one that I need to try (no related problems to fix) or would be one of the first to go to if I had problems.
... mostly because one of the problems I have had a few times is under-extrusion, and I'd worry this would exacerbate...