If you’ve done much 3d printing, you’ve probably noticed occasional bubbles in your print. Many 3d filaments absorb water from the air, causing the plastic to bubble as it extrudes from the hot end of the printer.
I’ve been designing 3d printed parts for a while now, and thought I had the process down to a science. Continue reading What is a Brim and why does my 3d print need one?
A calculator Android app I’m writing needed an expression parser, so I researched how to build one. I started by reading a bit of Google’s Android Open Source Project Calculator source to get some ideas.
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Having read Clifford Smyth’s excellent book, Functional Design for 3D Printing, I was anxious to try out his method of cutting a design into parts and gluing those parts together after printing.Continue reading Does Superglue work with 3D Prints?