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In this episode, Tom and Stefan talk about the reasons why this Podcast was postponed for so long which covers, ERRF, new/old studio, and taxes. Then they talk about Formnext 2022 that’s right around the corner and where to maybe find an affordable room. This leads to a tangent about EVs and fully suspended baby trailers. Next, there is q quick chat about Twitter being bought up by Elon Musk. Tom explains why he changed his review policy and will accept Kickstarter products in the future. After that, they talk about the similarities between coffee brewing and 3D printing and Makerbot’s new Sketch Large printer. The questions cover “Gridfinity”, criss-cross layers for better part strength, merging channels, and opening a maker space.
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Stefan (CNC Kitchen): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiczXOhGpvoQGhOL16EZiTg?sub_confirmation=1
Intro Jingle by Thomas Herrmann: https://raise-uav.com
Recording date: 2022/10/31
### SHOW NOTES ###
Full suspension baby trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj0CmnxuTaQ
James Hoffman on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMb0O2CdPBNi-QqPk5T3gsQ
Makerbot Sketch Large: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/ultimaker-launches-new-makerbot-sketch-large-3d-printer-technical-specifications-and-pricing-216130/
Clockspring Basement: https://twitter.com/DreadMakerAdam/status/1585059479019671552?s=20&t=3yJ1umuRQ-8kf119iMNpTA