My son and I visit the Lafayette Public Library to try out the 3d printer in the maker space.
Hosted by Jon Kulp on 2015-09-29 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: 3d printing, DIY, makers, libraries.
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The Lafayette Public Library Maker Space
The Renovated Main Library
Rolling pin with laser-etched π symbols
Lego Robotics Space
Trying to print my Kindle paperwhite stand.
The Taz 3D printer by Lulzbot
The finished Kindle stand:
It worked! Bad part of this design is that it does not accommodate the case that I have on my Kindle, so to use the stand with the Kindle I'll have to remove the case. The next photo shows my son's nook color sitting sideways on it. I might try to modify the design so that it will accommodate the Kindle with its case and also prop it up a bit more vertically. Still, this was a really fun experiment with my first 3d printout.
Comment #1 posted on 2015-10-07T08:21:48Z by amunizp
Great program thanks.
Lutzbot is open hardware the otherone I think not.
Stl files as far as I know are not editable (binaries) problem of open washing in websites. Original CAD not available. Use freeCAD to do more.
Magnet: use a tight tolerance to go in but use a larger chamber inside.
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