Just at the days come and go, the 3d printing industry does not stop. When I first started doing the podcast I was worried that I would not have enough content to talk about, but that looks is not is not the case. I have been able to get lots of articles to talk about and now that I have been doing this for 35 weeks now I have gotten to the point where recording and editing is nowhere near the laborious task it once was. What used to take me days to do now takes a few hours and it is getting better all the time. I find that I have time to do other things like gaming, and spending time with my wife. Does this mean that I have sacrificed quality, no. I like to think I have also been able to elevate the quality of my work, which I think shows with every podcast released. I am not being over confident either. I still take time and enjoy doing what I do. So as time goes on I will keep at it, though I may look at changing the release schedule a little. This is mostly to make sure I get some due time off, and I develop a new project I am working on. This will tie into the podcast and, hopefully, mean I can provide content almost 24 hours a day however I don't want to get to far into this as I still need to develop that idea more.
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The weeks seem to go by faster and faster in the summer. So many thing to do no matter where I turn. It does not matter if it is at work, at home, or with anything else I have going on. Podcast included. This is not a complaint, because there was a time when I would have liked to have had something to do, however I do wish I had more hours in the day to get it all done. No matter though, things move along, projects get finished, more get and added, and the cycle continues. It's all good and keeps me and my mind fresh.
Lately I find myself being called into my shop to get some projects started that I have been looking at for the last year. One of those projects is for my wife. It is one of those things that should have done a year ago, but the time has really helped me decide how I want to do design said item (yes I know I'm being vague mostly because it is a surprise and she reads this . - Hi honey!). I know I could have used 3d modeling software to help with this, but I find some things are more fun using the image I have in my head. That is generally how I do the Halloween props build. I will be sure to post progression shots as I start working on it.
I will be spending some time this Tuesday with the North Idaho Computer Users Group doing a 3d printing demonstration and discussion. This should be interesting, exciting, and a little frightening. This will be the first live thing I have done with 3d printing, though I do have more planned. The nice thing is that I was part of the group several years ago, but because of some life events it was one of those things I just had to stop going to. I have been in contact with the members from time to time, but it will be nice to attend a meeting again and see how things have been coming along. Come on by if you are in the area.
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