In this episode, Tom talks about finally finding his dream studio and office space! Both Tom and Stefan recently reviewed professional machines where they got a ton of negative feedback from viewers that made comparisons to maker and DIY tools. They ask themselves if there is space for taking a look at professional machines on their channels or if it’s generally negative for them and the manufacturers. Tom also received a request for reviewing a Markeforged printer and debates whether he should have a look at it (a second time). After purely technical materials, Markforged also just recently introduced simple PLA on their machines – why? Stefan talks about his passion for macro photography and how he’s able to shoot amazing pictures with a $20 objective. He also talks about the reasons why his recently released Volcano Adapter failed during testing and what he did that this doesn’t happen at customers. Finally, they talk about an advertised 3D printing quiz which they think is rather used to create classification data for an AI. In the questions section, Tom and Stefan discuss why most 3D printers use thermistors and not thermocouples.
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Recording date: 2022/03/11
### SHOW NOTES ###
Formlabs Form 3 Plus review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMrvJRWVvfM
Mekanika CNC review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJAPUVgmCrE
Markforged Precise PLA: https://markforged.com/de/resources/blog/introducing-precise-pla-the-efficient-material-for-concept-validation
Stefans Makro shots: https://www.instagram.com/cnckitchenyt/
Buy a Volcano Adapter: https://cnckitchen.store/
3D Printing “Quiz”: https://quinlyvision.com/quiz
Google QuickDraw: https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/