[Fab] Fwd: Liberated Replicator (MakerBot Replicator in portable 3D formats)

Michael Prados mprados at gmail.com
Thu Mar 29 18:55:46 PDT 2012


April 25th works for me.  Maybe by then, some of use will actually succeed
in using Freecad for something useful!

-mike

On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 6:11 PM, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:

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> On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 3:17 PM, Michael Prados <mprados at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Cool, Miloh!  Is your openscad material up somewhere we can try it out?
>> I'll try to get some orb swarm 3d printer / laser cutter materials together.
>>
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> My OpenSCAD experiments are at github.com/miloh/scad_stl
>
> There are more great examples of people using this project throughout
> Thingiverse (stl's) and github (readable openscad's).
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> Thanks, every one, for putting up with my extemporaneous presentation.
>> Talking about it helped to clarify my ideas, and pointed out some areas
>> where I want to do some more research.
>>
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> Thanks for coming in! Ted, did you capture a copy of the talk?
>
> It's funny how swarm was good example of the projects you were talking
> about. It gives me some ideas...  Anyone interested in exploring the
> freeCAD and free CAD toolchain ecologies by taking on a project?
> I propose that we form a group to create an indoor Swarm fork at
> Noisebridge!
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> Maybe let's meet on this topic again in about a month.  It might be
>> interesting to hear from someone designing physical objects in Blender and
>> Rhino (or similar tools that grew up as "computer graphics software") who
>> could provide a counterpoint about their best features as design tools.
>>
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> How about doing this again on the last Wednesday of April, the 25th?
> Until then, Replicator Wednesday will continue on with the usual hands on
> sessions designing for and with 3d replicators.
>
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> -R. Miloh
>
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