Anyone who owns a 3D printer knows the drill. After weeks even months of learning, calibrating, testing, trials and errors, ends up with a box-o-things. Mostly worthless bobbles and trinkets but hey, you made them or at least printed them so I guess everything is worth keeping.
The funny thing is you remember printing every single one of them, what you did right, what you did wrong and what you need to do next time. It’s a process.
No doubt it’s a long learning process but fun none the less. Fortunately PLA and ABS is cheap enough that you can pretty much go crazy and not worry about it.
I tend to get board easy so the thing I like about 3D printing is the fact that it’s endless projects and endless learning.
Shot with a DJI Phantom Vision Plus by Billy Robinson.
Just got the mic 6 heated aluminum bed from Printrbot. Super flat and much better than the stock bed not to mention it’s heated so you can print in ABS and other filaments that require a heated build platform.
Great weekend with my wife Tammy at Tims Ford Lake. We stayed at a little cabin called Hawks Nest. Great place to say, clean, well stocked and what can I say… a private floating dock. Took in a little historic sight seeing while in the area along with some interesting shots of Tammy spinning her LED hoop. I can say this, we’ll be back and next time it won’t be with a lame little canoe. Ok, the canoe was fun too but hey, on a lake like this you need big boys toys.
A few of my projects thus far.