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Friday, 25 March 2016 22:13

Bring me my TADIS

I feel I need to dial the chaos in my life down down from 11 to at least a 10. While I don't mind, and even welcome it, the chaos has started to over-run all the time I have. I hate saying how I don't have time because after awhile it get old, and I am aware everyone feels like they could use more hours in the day. I was able to get quite a bit done and this week, and last weeks episode is now finished, and will be released on-time. I am hoping I can get back to releasing the episodes earlier in the week.

I will be spending tonight installing my new print bed, calibrating my steps per millimeter, replacing my extruder cables, and installing a new control board. Nothing like a printer rebuild the night before the show. ;)

The news we were not able to cover is below. Thanks for reading and listening and check back again.

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Intel and 3D Systems Make an 11-Year-Old Boy an Affordable Prosthetic Hand 3D Printed as a Single Part
EUMAKERS Launches Transformable Filament Spools That Turn into 3D Printable Design Products
Cappasity Easy 3D Scan: Make High Quality 3D Models of Objects With Just One Click
Will 3D Printed Coral Reefs Help Save the Marine Ecosystem?
Sculpteo Answers Everything You Always Wanted to Know about 3D Printing Gear Sets!
Eric the toy stormtrooper will fulfill your sense of wanderlust
3D Printed Orthoprints: Sticking it to the Orthodontics Industry with a Smile
Disney reveals anti-copying 3D printing tech involving embedded ID in authorized 3D prints
Immersive, light-emitting pavilion made with 3D printing enthralls visitors at New York Museum
3D Printing Services Company Xometry is Changing the Rules for Small Scale Manufacturing
Xbox Introduces Cross-Network Play For The First Time
Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One Casts Simon Pegg - Report

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 03:31

2 Months

We have been 'live' for two months now, and while I was nervous at first, I can say I'm having fun. We are getting new listeners all the time, and look forward to getting more as things progress.

I am actually finished editing earlier than the last two weeks and with any luck I should have the episode available tonight. I have a linked my backlog or news articles below. There is some much here that I will not be able to get to them on the podcast, but I wanted to share them with you at least.

Thanks again all and cheers!

-Joe

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Thursday, 03 March 2016 06:03

Time Constantly

The clock ticks and the time passes. Passes on ever constantly. Constantly keeping me aware. Aware there things needing attention. Attention that takes my time. Time I have so little of and so much to do.

Just an acknowledgement that I am working on getting the podcast out, its just not going to happen sooner than I would like. Thank you for bearing with me, and I appreciate your patience.

 

-Joe

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Tuesday, 09 February 2016 03:40

Four weeks ago

As I sit here working on the final pieces of episode four; I find it hard to believe we started recording only weeks ago. It does not feel like four weeks to me, but that could be because with my job, this, and my other projects it feels like one solid week however more time than that has passed. I am not complaining though since I enjoy doing this and everything else I have going on. I suppose that may be why time is passing at a blinding speed. I also look forward to sitting down and recording on Saturday. Much fun is had by myself and Andrew, and I hope that you find it enjoyable as well. I really don't have much to report, I just want to day thanks for listening, and if you find it as enjoyable as I do please give us a like, or subscribe because it really tells us your interested. Until next week.

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