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May 05 2014

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WANT: A 2d plotting widget in QT, possibly using QWT, that features a grid with tiny blur that gets brighter closer to the corners, simulating acceleration/deceleration of the electron beam close to directional changes, see top, screenshot from "2001: A space Odyssey". Then also the actual linegraph should be a bit blurred (no, not anti-aliased, but blurred), and get brighter if two lines overlap. This is e.g. used in the rigol scopes, see lower image, it emulates that in analog plotting the electron beam stays longer in some regions.
Of course with zoom/unzoom and mouse interaction options, similar to gnuplot.

Font: Microgramma, optional only, as screen readability is not superduper.

May 04 2014

I actively tried to get two female speakers and failed.
Its not easy, honestly. An, no, I did not try to get them because they are female, but because they do awesome stuff.

April 18 2014

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March 30 2014

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Ultimaker Thermography
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Ultimaker Thermography solid
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Ultimaker Thermography infill
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Ultimaker Thermography solid2

March 24 2014

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March 19 2014


Slicing->Antipatent idea notice for prior art reference.

Recently, I did loads of testing printing with larger than nozzle diameter.
up to 300% flow e.g., its quite nice, and even creates nice surfaces.
So I figured, this could be a solution for the problem of printing walls with a thickness of 2.2* nozzle diameter d.
While the normal slicer leaves a gap of 0.2*d, kissslicer (i think) does the same, and fills the 0.2 afterwards.
BUT: what a slicer could do,
change the paths a little bit inward (e.g. 0.05*d) and then extrude in both walls more, so that each track is ~1.1*d.
This could also work dynamically, to e.g. create wedges and other shapes, It only requires a sufficiently slow printing speed, where the additional pressure actually then results in a time-close output of the filament. Meaning, on 40mm/sec on an ultimaker it should work, with 100 probably less so.

it of course is totally possible that such an idea was previously patented, but not to my knowledge.

February 25 2014

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MWT metal wrap through photovoltaic cells

February 23 2014

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