I’ve got a PicoBrew and a BeerDroid as well. Love both of them. They’re great homebrewers in their own right, but limit your creativity as a brewer. And I rarely get through half a party or pot-luck before the beer is gone. Five+ gallon batches go the extra mile in recipe flexibility and quantity, but certainly take …
The rear wheel tray rotates enough that all our bikes fit securely, but the rear wheels rest differently with center mass either in front of, directly over, or behind the rear crossbar. Which is particularly good news on a factory Subaru rack that doesn’t adjust.
They’re hiding the price on the product page. Add a red one to cart and it’ll be $880.
How recently have you tested this? Comixology (which actually is owned by Amazon) updated all of their Android-based apps earlier this year to support SD storage on kernels later than Android 4.4. I assume that would apply to the last gen Fire HD 8.
It absolutely is.
My first thought was similar, yet less inventive. “Can I buy a hunk of this stuff to have on my desk?” The answer is (so far as I can research) “Not yet.”
While I’m certain Massdrop took some design and tech cues from the ModMic 4, their Minimic was developed in-house by Massdrop. As you said, though - sound quality is absolutely at the ModMic’s level.
Did you use some sort of socket to USB adapter for power or did you home-cook something?
Works great, it seems. (at least on this “melted LEGO brick” from Thingiverse.)
I have dabbled in ABS and like it, but I’m quickly steaming past it into flex, carbon, metal infused and other more interesting (at least to me) filaments.
Happy to oblige! Here’s a couple of the tile. The biggest fail points for most printers is the absolutely flat base (corner lifting) and with the 3mm cavities on the bottom for magnetic buckyballs. The latter eighteen holes must be printed precisely enough to allow the ball to push past the opening, be retained, and…
Absolutely, especially if you’re more of a maker and designer than you are a tinkerer, mechanic, engineer. You want it to work, not work on it.
Oh gosh. Lots of stuff - here’s a few of my recent favorites:
- prototype enclosure for a device that measures / records brainwaves (personal design)
- GoPro backpack strap mount (thingiverse, remixed)
- Disc golf bag-tags (personal design)
- NES RazPi enclosure depicted above (thingiverse)
- Gameboy / GBA game display…
Many of them can already print replacement / spare parts for themselves. Sentience and world domination are only a few horsemen away.
I started with a $250 3d printer. I loved learning on it and I still own it. Is the R2 worth $1250 more than my first 3d printer? It certainly is to me. The difference comes in build quality, precision, on-board software, support, consistency, the ability to accept tons of different materials, an on board IP camera,…
I’m sure any of the ones I’ve tested could have printed a cat keychain out of the box, but why waste time with simple stuff?
Ha. Yeah. Welcome to 3D printing.
You’re making me want to 3D print a dinosaur case for my Amazon Echo...
Like a lot of toys, I think it depends on the child and their interests. The box says “7 and up,” but I think it would be great for any school-age child.
It can’t replace Alexa for your child (at least not yet,) but it gets fairly close to what a kid wants from Alexa. It’s great with most simple questions a child might ask, but he can’t do hings like tell you how to bake cupcakes, control your Hue lights, or play music. CogniToys has a coding panel that lets you or…