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betajet
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Working copy of an ASR-33
betajet   9/11/2013 3:24:28 PM
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We will expect a working 3D printed copy of your ASR-33 within the next few weeks :-)

Or at the very least we'd like you to replace the standard ASR-33 print head with something exotic, like the Klingon character set.

Caleb Kraft
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Congrats!
Caleb Kraft   9/11/2013 3:49:54 PM
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I'm excited to see what you plan on doing with it. They're a lot of fun once you figure out how to get it to do what you want. You'll find yourself browsing thingiverse more often than you'd think. You may even start contributing your own projects! I know I have.

Bert22306
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Exciting indeed!
Bert22306   9/11/2013 4:21:07 PM
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It might take a couple of weeks or so to write the software, but I'm looking forward to you writing about how the 3D printer makes a cup of steaming hot coffee. I mean, the cup, as well as the coffee!!

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Re: Working copy of an ASR-33
Max The Magnificent   9/11/2013 5:08:12 PM
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@betajet: We will expect a working 3D printed copy of your ASR-33 within the next few weeks :-)

You joke, but funnily enough...

... one of the knobs on my ASR-33 is cracked -- the white plastic one you can use to advance the main paper roll -- I was wondering about trying to print out a new version...

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Re: Congrats!
Max The Magnificent   9/11/2013 5:09:04 PM
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@Caleb: You may even start contributing your own projects! I know I have.

Why have you beem contributing my projects? LOL

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Re: Exciting indeed!
Max The Magnificent   9/11/2013 5:10:45 PM
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@Bert22306: It might take a couple of weeks or so to write the software...

I'm really hoping to get some time on it this weekend ... probably while drinking numerous mugs of steaming hot coffee :-)

Caleb Kraft
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Re: Congrats!
Caleb Kraft   9/11/2013 5:39:24 PM
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You don't honestly think I would submit my own for public scrutiny do you?

RichQ
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Re: Exciting indeed!
RichQ   9/11/2013 5:54:07 PM
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You taking orders? My garage door opener jammed stripped a gear. I could use a replacement.

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Exciting indeed!
Max The Magnificent   9/11/2013 6:00:06 PM
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@Rich: You taking orders?

Since it's you Rich, if you send me the 3D file I'll see what I can do :-)

RichQ
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Re: Exciting indeed!
RichQ   9/11/2013 6:06:18 PM
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Sure thing!. It may take me a bit to get the CAD file done. First I have to get to the opener, which is 15' above the floor, then take out the stripped gear... Don't use up all your ABS supply too quickly!

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