Aurora Z-603S New Buildplate

One of the major issues with the Z-603S (at the least the one I received) was that the build plate had a signifiant amount of warp across the surface. I measured this warp to be about 0.2mm – this may not seem like much, but this is already up to 4 layer heights! The result … [Read more…]

Pokemon Go Plus watch-style casing

I have stopped playing pokemon go, but during the frenzy I managed to purchase a pokemon go plus. The design of the device is hideous, so I decided to design a 3D printable replacement casing for it that would be more subtle and would allow me to use regular watch-bands on the pokemon go plus. … [Read more…]

COMSOL: Problems with DXF imported geometries

If you’re like me, and prefer to use millimetre measurement units (MMGS) in your favourite CAD program you’re going to have a very bad time in COMSOL. By default, COMSOL will assume that a imported DXF file uses meters (MGS). The result will be that your simulation runs fine, but you may find that “nothing happens” or the … [Read more…]

[Review] GeeeTech G2S Pro

Geeetech G2S Pro: The acrylic Delta that really couldn’t. A while back I decided I wanted to see what all the fuss about these Delta printers were about, and so I bought the Geeetech G2S for $350USD. It is has been an absolute nightmare to work with. I really try not to throw good money … [Read more…]

Buying a Torch

I love learning about technology and gadgets, and a topic I have taken an interest in recently is torches. I’ve actually bought a whole bunch of torches lately… so I’ll probably be putting a video comparison and review together in the coming months. There’s a lot of great info out there already, but I distilled down what I’ve … [Read more…]

Nura Headphones: First Impressions

I was fortunate enough to get a try of the groundbreaking Nura headphones prototypes earlier this week – quite amazing! I love great audio, and have spent quite a bit (though by audiophile standards – barely anything) of money on finding the right pair of headphones – and DAC. Unfortunately for me, I have fairly … [Read more…]