A Crash Course in Thingiverse Customizer — Hackaday
OpenSCAD is a great way to create objects for 3D printing (or other purposes), especially if you are already used to programming. For things like front panels, it is great because you can easily make modifications and — if you wrote your code correctly–everything will just adjust itself to new positions. However, what if you […]
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August 11, 2017 at 5:24 am
Wow! technology is really going fast!