This week we cover 10 common 3D printer myths and misconceptions, talk about the future of Alan Moore, and even get into 3D printing law and copyright. Lots covered, which should be some good food for thought.
I would like to take Victor Berggren again for the music. It really is excellent, and I hope you enjoy your headset when it arrives. It is estimated that it will get to you here in a week or two, it just depends on customs.
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First let me start by saying 'Welcome to all the new listeners'. This week we have a treat for you in the form or a longer run time! This weeks episode clocks in at just under 2 hours. You would figure that we cover all the things, be we still managed to miss something!
The thing we mess was a well deserved thank listener Bobby Willhite for contacting us and letting us know about the original use of the milk based 3d scanner. We thought that is was wonderful because its root actually lie in gaming.
While we go over this in the podcast, we have been working on revising the Print of the Month, and should be able to reveal it next week if everything goes well.
Besides that, there has also been talk about moving the release day to Monday rather than Friday. This is a while 4 days sooner, which means some of the things we talk about will still be relevant! ;)
This weeks image is by DimaDerzhavin. It looks so awesome and we think really goes with the episodes title.
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