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    Radio spectrum data - handy site

    If you happen to be a radio spectrum geek or want to get specific data on wireless protocols and radio spectrum usage, this appears to be the ultimate site for this kind of information: Wireless frequency bands Enjoy, -Tom
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    Choosing Filaments for First Time 3D Printing

    One of the first questions a person new to 3D printing has to sort out is what kind of filament to use. The novice is presented with a large number of choices, all with three-letter-acronyms (TLA’s). The most common filaments are PLA (Poly Lactic Acid), ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)...
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    Conductive filament for 3D printers

    I'm curious to know if anyone has played around with the conductive filament that Proto Pasta has available? Electrically Conductive Carbon PLA Composite – ProtoPlant, makers of Proto-pasta While probably not good enough to route a PCB due to resistance, it seem to offer a very interesting...
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    Thoughts on Inphi?

    It seems that Inphi continues its growth and is meeting the street's expectations on earnings. It seems that mixed signal high speed data is a good segment.
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    What do you use for 3D CAD?

    I'd be curious to know what people are using for 3D CAD for their 3D printers. I know that Fusion360 is getting traction. I found a lot of the low end free programs to be too simple for the things I wanted to make. I used Sketchup for a while, but the lack of parametric capabilities limited what...
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    My new Micro3D Printer

    Many months ago, I supported a Kickstarter for an affordable 3D printer called Micro3D. I already own a CNC milling machine but had never used a 3D printer before. The ~$300 price tag made getting one a simple choice. But I took on the risks of supporting a kickstarter - there is no guarantee...
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    Milling machine or 3D printer?

    I bought a micro milling machine before I bought a 3D printer. I did this because I wanted to mill my own PCB's. The milling machine, made by Other Machine Company (Home) also allows me to precision cut materials such as soft metals, wood, plastic, etc. I am about to get my first 3D printer...
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    3D printing for home or industry?

    I am waiting for my first 3D printer to arrive in March. I contributed to the Kickstarter for Micro3D, a $350 3D printer for home use. But it seems that the bigger push in 3D printing will take place in industry. I've see announcements from HP on a 3D printer for commercial use. But by far the...
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    Raspberry Pi 2 announced - 6X faster processor, same low price

    Yesterday I saw that the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced a new version of their popular Raspberry Pi board that runs 6x faster than the previous version. It now uses a quad core 900 MHz ARM A7 core built by Broadcom. It also has 1GB SDRAM. And is fully compatible with the previous version of...
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