Manage episode 288888478 series 2452283
In this episode, Tom and Stefan present their new logo and talk about a semi open-source approach to electric driving vehicles, Lulzbot’s new “as low as $750” printer, Stratasys’ last heated build chamber finally expiring and a slicer integration to finally print 90° overhangs without support. The main topic is about the question if we are genii since so many reach out to us as their last hope for support and why we often have to refuse direct assistance. Questions cover “why PLA doesn’t get soft in hot tea water”.
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Intro Jingle by Thomas Herrmann: https://raise-uav.com
### SHOW NOTES ###
Self-driving car platform: https://www.pixmoving.com
Lulzbot $750 printer: https://twitter.com/lulzbot3D/status/1375524595718033408
Heated build chamber patent: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/stratasys-heated-build-chamber-for-3d-printer-patent-us6722872b1-set-to-expire-this-week-185012/?feed_id=482&_unique_id=603631702b554
90° overhangs without support: https://xyzdims.com/2021/03/03/3d-printing-90-overhangs-without-support-structure-with-non-planar-slicing-on-3-axis-printer/?s=09