OZER Hexapod Open-Hardware Robot

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OZER is a work in progress to develop a totally functional hexapod for exploring functions on unstructured terrains. Keeping as main objectives the development of a low cost, easy to construct, assemble and operate structure which allows the reconfiguring of the platform for new uses.

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Autodesk Open Sources Ember 3D Printer Electronics and Firmware

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Autodesk Open Sources Ember 3D Printer Electronics and Firmware

On Sep 21, 2015 released Ember’s electronics and firmware are now open-source and are available for you to download, inspect, modify, and make improvements. The electronics are shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, the same license under which we’ve shared Ember’s resin and mechanical designs; the firmware is licensed under GNU GPL (see the source code itself for the full details).

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Best Ways To Store Your 3D Printing Filament

Moisture and humidity. These words send shivers down the spines of 3D printing filament worldwide. The very mention of it could mean your 3D models looking more like The Walking Dead as each day passes. And yes, I still see images of people leaving their filament out in the open, bare to the elements. Keeping your filament dry results in high 3D print quality, increased accuracy, as well as many other benefits. In this article, I’ll be giving you some of the best ways to store your 3D printing filament, enjoy.

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