I know it looks like I've been slacking off here, but sadly I've been working almost 7 days a week so I haven't had much spare time. Also I blew out the motherboard in one of my printers and had to fix that. At any given time I have a dozen projects in progress not related to 3D printing. But, I am filling my idea book with several good designs that I plan to release. Believe it or not, I have produced most of my models using the lowly TinkerCad. I've crashed the system multiple times because I have reached the limit on what it can do. To breach those limitations I am moving up to FreeCAD. Seems pretty easy and my models come out much nicer. Stay tuned.
Just getting started here. Deciding on a plan for the right layout and got some css and html to write as well as some graphics and icons to design. This isn’t my first, second, of even 100th website. Could be a little while. We shall see. What I do promise is to give it to you straight. No influencer garbage. What you will get is a taste of my own experience, science, and opinions. I’m notoriously cheap, but when I spend money I do my research and weigh the cost versus the quality. You’ll soon know what I know, which is what works for the right price. Maybe you won’t agree with my take on some topics, and thats fine. I’m entitled to my opinion, and you’re entitled to be wrong… or right. If you give me a better solution, I will evaluate it and I may agree with you. I’m loyal to no brand. I know a Toyota is a high quality car, and I know a Lexus is a Toyota under the hood. They both appeal to different customers: one who wants bang for thier buck, and the other who likes to wear their