One of my favorite new channels is Clare from Make It And Fake It. I love her courage to fail and her humorous delivery sits very well with me. Today I went to catch up with her latest episode and was delighted and surprised to see her mention me. In this video, she works on embedding rice with Cura to make an Egg Shaker. Enjoy!
One thing I find absolutely invigorating– helping people out in the community. After my Simplify3D Print of the Week, Twitter user @TomLum1 reached out with some questions. Look how quickly he mastered and applied his new knowledge! Lovely!
Aww, my Etsy Shop snuck into Abuzz Design’s Mailbox Monday Livestream last night. I love seeing the growing presence of 3D Printing on Etsy. My shop is just one that Lauren covers (all the links stolen from Lauren’s video description are below). Be sure to check out and, if possible, support my fellow creators!
A big thanks to Lauren for always being such a supportive member of our great community! Definitely check out Lauren’s shop at http://etsy.me/2raDpGy
3DPrint.com is doing a wonderful series where they are doing profiles of women in 3D Printing. I am quite honored to be included with the women they spotlighted. My profile published today. It includes an answer to the frequently asked question, “What does TGAW stand for?”
I got invited to participate in another live stream last night. This one was hosted by 3D Printed Aspie. There were many new-to-me faces in last night’s stream, so I was thrilled to make even more acquaintances in our great community. The topics of conversation included recaps of two recent events- Maker Faire Nova and MRRF. I got to highlight my Dial-O-Lantern (a pumpkin where you can configure up to 27 difference faces) and a Maker Faire Vase made with the kids at last year’s Maker Faire Nova. In addition, I got to advise my peers at how to watch their young children around rolls of filament. They… uh…might be tempted to roll it down the stairs. : )
A big thanks to Matt from How I Do It for kicking off the Community Live Chats and for Ryan at 3D Printed Aspie for his hospitality at having me at his channel. : )
3D Benchy is arguably one of the most well known prints out there and it is commonly used for calibration and testing out a printer’s capabilities. It is no surprise that 3D Printing Industry did an article on the Jolly 3D Printing Torture Test.