This episode starts with a short and frustrating story on why Tom might have to leave his new studio again. Next, Stefan and Tom talk about Corridor Crews YouTube channels once again, which recently was hacked. Stefan gives a quick insight into his new home automation setup that sends him notifications once a print is finished. Then there is a quick ramble about the “influencer playbook” that was published by a marketing agency that explains how to annoy influencers to promote a product with little to no pay. The question section covers the difference between sandpaper grids in Europe and the US, a quick comparison of the BambulabX1, a Voron 2.4, and the upcoming Prusa XL. Finally, Tom and Stefan answer whether small nozzles can be used for significantly wider extrusions and if they plan to build the upside-down Positron V3 printer.
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Thomas Sanladerer: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasSanladerer?sub_confirmation=1
Stefan (CNC Kitchen): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiczXOhGpvoQGhOL16EZiTg?sub_confirmation=1
Intro Jingle by Thomas Herrmann: https://raise-uav.com
Recording date: 2022/08/22
### SHOW NOTES ###
Corridor Crew got hacked: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdELfn1WK0Q
Home Assistant Octoprint Plugin: https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/octoprint/
High Endurance SD Card for HA: https://geni.us/E7TRZ
WiFi Smart Plug: https://geni.us/hk2f
“Influencer Playbook”: https://twitter.com/joeltelling/status/1561163197121306624?s=20&t=29XfVOdjDQjC9CVUBXAvKA
Positron V3: https://github.com/KRALYN/PositronV3