Usually when you design a 3D-printed part, you want it to “build from the ground up”. After all, having the extruder “hang filament in mid-air” seems like a pretty difficult request. But today, I did it.
The Lulzbot printer comes with a variety of tools in a nice little tool bag, and one of the items is a 150mm ruler. It’s sufficient for short measurements where accuracy isn’t a major factor, but for the rather precise parts and fittings I’m building, I needed something a little more accurate. Read More
Carol mentioned she wondered if there was a way to print a skull — to which I of course replied “Duh!”. After several hours in recovery… Read More
Here’s a full-view picture of the Lulzbot TAZ 4 in action. Read More
I’m creating a drawer divider for a craft cabinet. Read More