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thanks for reviewing that $229 resin printer a bit ago. i was hesitant to get one until i saw your review. even though it is not the highest quality MSLA machine, it is excellent for making connectors for the maker space i go to. the printer i bought for myself, but i make replacement connectors for prinrbot metal pro the maker space had purchased before the printrbot company died. the resin printer has helped make parts that can replace boards in printrbot with f5 which is community supported, and eventually ramps or whatever. https://reprap.org/wiki/PrintrbotMetalSimpleDaughterboardtoControllerCable the resin printers are perfect for end cables for machines. my designs are not perfect but good enough to keep printrbots functioning for the maker space. well i owe part of that to you so thanks..... sorry it is only 1 cup. take it easy.
Love the channel!
Thanks for your help and encouragement through your videos!
Congrats on the OpenRC! Looking forward to where it goes from here.
Put it on display at the space needle. What was the maker fair in Maryland in Oct. you mentioned on the live stream on 10/11 Aug.
Keep up the good work man!.
You're awesome! High five and hugs!
Hey Joel, I'm a long time 3D Printing Nerd fan, I really enjoy watching your channel and all the cool designs you print. I've got a few myself over on thingiverse. Normally I design and make my own things but I saw this really cool terminator scull that I really want to print. I had a go before and thankfully the print failed early when I tried to jam a new spool into the feeder as the old one ran out (LOL - I think your supposed to pause or something). I used the default settings on PrusaSlicer 2.0.0 and 20% infill but there was just so much support material that I couldn't even separate the failed print (just under an inch high) from it using pliers and snapping things. How the heck can I print this model so that it comes out good. I have a Prusa i3 Mk2S and no-brand silver PLA... go! And as always... High Five Jefferson  https://www.thingiverse.com/death_metal/designs  https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:455609