the squamish and goa look pretty sick, but this is a tough market to make a splash in. I’d love to look at one to see how it compares to my swissgear
Any idea how much the KnifeBlade will be when it is released? Edit: $40 got it. :)
While better known for its various PCs and gaming products, Asus has been making smartphones for quite some time. Over the previous four generations of Zenfones, Asus had always skipped the world’s largest smartphone trade show, MWC in Barcelona. The reason? According to Asus’ head of global marketing Marcel Campos,…
Fat Mo’s is great and Mo himself is a nice dude but I’ll always recommend Gabby’s first, if you can make it for their lunch-only service schedule.
It works, it just doesn’t show until you go to pay.
Easily the best underwear ever! They wick moisture away and keep my nether regions dry and supported. I tried a couple pair years ago, then threw out all of my existing underwear and replaced them with Buck Naked.
I bought the regular version of this set last year when it was on special. Best buy I have made for Christmas in years. One of those rare products that works exactly as expected (if not better). The only caveat is that you are best believing that keeping everything CLEAN is paramount to a good experience.
“Blood is thicker than water, but oil runs through our veins”
Thanks for the reply. You’ve inspired me to research and get one of these bad boys.
What’s better about the “genuine” Prusa i3? It’s hard to imagine there’s something so fancy about the official one that it’s worth more than twice the price of the clones... Not saying it isn’t, but for myself and others who might not know upon reading that, I’m curious.
Have you tried or looked into the PolyPrinter 3D printers? I have been going to my local library about 10 times every month for the last few months to print on their smaller 9x9x9 machines. So far everything has come out very nicely, granted I don’t print anything that needs super accurate precise printing like a…
I’ve got the $265 Folger Tech 2020 Prusa i3. It’s mint for the price if you don’t mind assembling it, but that’s half the fun. I get consistently great prints with it and don’t’ see a need for a more expensive printer. If I was in the market though I’d be getting a LulzBot or a genuine Prusa i3 MK2 before this thing.
Von Neumann probes. That’s what happens.
What happens when they get good enough to print another printer?
my Prusa i3 came working perfectly for half the price even though it was put together by an idiot who doesn’t know anything about 3d printers (me)
Great article. My experience has been similiar. I did have a few hiccups, but the amazing team over at Robo took care of all of my needs. I can’t wait for enhancements to the R2, especially when they come up with a dual extruder kit. I love my R2, and love even more the team over at Robo3d.
Great, thanks. I think my 2yro is probably too young, but she loves building stuff, and let’s be honest here, I am just dying to build a computer with her......
I bought one and it looks like 30 other kinjas have too. Thanks again for the great article and follow-up in the comments section.
I think it’s pretty clear from the post that he received a demo unit. We don’t write about any crowdfunding campaigns unless we get to try the product ourselves to make sure it’s not vaporware.