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Sunday, 25 September 2016 17:30


There is a balance to all things, especially thing you do in your life. The key is how you handle it, and I am still trying to figure it out. There are times I think I have to many projects; yet I manage to keep things in line. I guess it come with age or a realization you need to stay focused. No matter what one it is, there are honestly days I feel like I am barely keeping things together but somehow I still manage. Anyways, enough on my struggles because these are all first world problems and if it really came down to brass tacks I could always make a choice and put a project on hold. Thankfully I don't have to do that now. 

Thank you everyone for your support, and for stopping by. 

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Another week, right back into the thick of things. This week we talk about Rafts, Skirts, and Brims, auto makers moving to 3d printed replacement parts, a free webinar about the different 3d printing technologies. There is also some talk on the new NES mini, and new dead by daylight features. We are also going to have a contest for some intro/outro music!

 We are working on getting YouTube videos compiled as well, so you should see though older episodes popping up later this week!

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