This episode is not only about chatting and chicken but also a little update on Tom’s move back to his new old studio and his plans to completely move in before he flies out to ERRF2022. After a bit of rambling, Tom and Stefan talk about a 3D printed robot arm, Fusions360s implementation of lattice structures, and an open-source high-temperature 3D printer. After Tom got his loaf of bread out of the oven and shared his recipe, both continue talking about pathogens on 3D prints and the newly unveiled name of the Ultimaker and Makerbot merger. The question section covers cherry-picked or modified review machines, Voron vs. Ratrig, more stringing on longer nozzles, LDO vs. Formbot Voron kits, and a brief chat about alternative part cooling systems.
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Recording date: 2022/09/27
### SHOW NOTES ###
3D printed robot arm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3TNaIyTAnY
Lattice in Fusion360: https://twitter.com/adskFusion360/status/1563173303162130435?t=i6ra_VDlih-kzlH8I_0TaQ&s=19
Open Source High Temp Printer: https://github.com/RoyBerntsenDesign/Project-Valkyrie
Gina Häußge bread recipes: https://food.foosel.net/
Pathogens on 3D prints: https://hackaday.com/2022/09/05/food-safe-3d-printing-a-study/