A spool of red PETG sitting on a holder made out of...itself :blobtonguewink:

I don't know why that amuses me I guess I'm easily amused.

Finally got tired of hanging my filament spools off @squirrel 's clothing rack when I'm so I made up a simple holder in and 11 hours later presto! The first half is done :blobtonguewink:

(Could have done a small thing I guess but I wanted to try bigger models for practise lol)

It's in and our community is enjoying the sunshine and camaraderie! We need to know our neighbours better...face to face not just online! Thanks @squirrel for getting us involved!

Various circumstances make it difficult for our community to be heard so it is great to be recognised by our local representatives:

councillor @JyotiGondek@twitter.com
MLA @PonJosehphine@twitter.com
And Calgary Mayor @nenshi@twitter.com

It's going to take awhile to un-cross my eyes after soldering these tiny wires to these tiny SHT31 sensor boards that will connect to these tiny ESP32 micros πŸ€ͺ

The humble little Pi that now serves as my print server (hooked to both my regular paper printer and my new 3D printer) has a cozy new home, spun with natural (clear) PETG.

The LEDs look pretty shining through the translucent lattice created by the

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@squirrel got her mobile back from the manufacturer's repair centre today...yay all fixed!

But the packaging...ridiculoulous :blobfacepalm:

At least there was little chance of it getting damaged in shipping LOL

So replying to @ajroach42 about old desktop publishing software got me looking through my old floppy disk collection and I think I have a problem letting go maybe?

So since Wednesday I've been getting back into the gym after taking the entire previous week off for the holidays and now I'm all like...

Tech bling, alcohol mention Show more

This is our guest this week whilst her people are on vacation. Such princess. Has much to say but I don't speak growlysnort so I'm not sure what she is saying.

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