Seems like every year the same thing happens. We plan on what we are going to upgrade, what month we want to do the work, and then throw the plan out the damn window because there is always issues with supplies. It's either hardware availability or some kind of emergency that take focus off the tasks we want to accomplish. In the end it means we have to try and get all the unfinished work done before snow closes the mountain roads. With that said, if I don't respond to anyone fast enough it only because I am up to my eyeball with my 9 to 5 so please be patient with me.
A good amount of news this week with some good articles.
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- Adventures in 3D printing: what it's like to make your own household items
- You can now print full color 3D holograms with regular inkjet printers
- Ion Core scales up smart 3D printing with huge industrial-grade Zinter Pro II 3D printer
- UK copyright extension on designed objects is "direct assault" on 3D printing
- Glory Days: Athletes Aim High With 3D-Printed Products
- Crowdfunding campaign for $65 3D printable EOMA68 computer gathers steam
- Olympic scale 3D printed TrackPacer helps runners visualize their progress on the track
- Australian scientists use 3D printing to create thermosphere-bound 'CubeSat' satellite
- Airport Security Finds 3D Printed Gun in Carry-On at Reno Airport
- Watch: Maimed toucan receives 3-D printed beak
- Redditor SexyCyborg turns more heads with 3D printed Infinity Skirt packed with LED mirror tiles
- Construction of the 3D Printed Village of Shamballa is Progressing Wonderfully
- 3D Scanning Technology Projected to Rise to a $6 Billion Industry by 2022, Focus on Laser Scanners
- Cheapest 3D Printing Filaments that don’t suck.
- Two Neat Features on the FELIX Pro 1
- Kids-Tech Launches Tech Class for Kids Ages 3 and Up Inspiring Curiosity with Virtual Reality, Drones & 3D Printing