Dr, Andy Cohen, with 28 years in the high tech industry, and Master Craftsman Whitney Potter both use 3D Printing, 3D capture and 3D Design professionally. These guys dig through all the hype to reveal the real value in what is happening today in the exciting world of 3D Printing. They discuss topics such as how to tune, upgrade and maintain your desktop factory, capturing physical objects into virtual 3D space, how to develop your own designs for 3D Printing, developing businesses related to 3D Printing and all the latest innovations. Each episode includes current events, 3-5 technically focused segments, and a "Thing of the week". The show also includes guest segments from luminaries and specialists including Emmett Lalish, Brook Drumm and lots of others across this incredible new Profession... ? Industry... ? Hobby... ?
3D Printing Today #460
Good news from SSYS
Looking Back 8 Years, Formlabs Serial Names, Tenlog Pricing
Thing of the Week:
Splaty Outlet Cover Plate
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3D Printing Today #459
Printing to tolerance, Printing Formlabs Clear Resin, Start and end gcode changes
3D Printing Today #458
Formlabs Form3+ Prints Legos, 3D Coat Pain, Plastic Repellent Paint, Object orientation in SLA
3D Printing Today #457
Installing nozzles, SLA hollow or not hollow, Formlabs Support Rafts
3D Printing Today #456
Disposing of old printers, Flat on the SLA Build plate, Formlabs Curing
3D Printing Today #455
PrusaSlicer and the Toolchanger , Changing Resins on the Formlabs Form3+, Updating the Toolchanger Firmware
Masterclass in 3D printing
SHOWS ARE TOO SHORT. MAKE THEM LONGER. I love listening to this podcast. It is unfortunate is only once a week. The selection of topics, the unbiased discussion and breath of knowledge is unparalleled. I learned so much from listening to it. They have a unique and very didactic way to narrate the intricacies of this art.
Like a time machine
I was interested in 3D printing years ago, when the first “consumer” grade printers came on the market. But they were out of my budget, and seemed to come with more problems than I had time to solve. So I let it go for most of a decade, and now I’m back. This show is great — not only for getting me up to speed with the current state of things, but also filling me in on what I’ve missed and how we got to where we are today.
It’s also more than a hobby, as 3D printing and scanning are playing an increasing role in my profession. I’ll need to master this field to remain competitive, regardless of whether my business buys actual hardware or sends it out. There is so much good information in this show, and it’s interesting! Thank you.
So much great information!
These guys have so much great info to share and I love that they do it without a bunch of advertising. An excellent podcast as long as they stay away from the political stuff 😜