Sunday, August 28, 2016

I'm back!

My life has taken a turn once again and it had taken me away from my usual daily activities. Couple months ago I had moved down the street into a better house (as in better roommates). I am now working on finding a job so I could start saving up for a place of my own. Quite a bit has happened since I had last wrote. The man who got drunk and hit my sister is out of jail. But enough of the depressing stuff. I have been taking a hard look at where I would like to end up in life. Numerous ideas take me down paths that lead me to a place I’d like to be. Right now I need to decide on what path to pursue.

I am going to try to write more often as it helps me reflect and I enjoy hearing from others. Thank you for reading!

1 comment:

  1. Much of the innovations we find in today's 3D printers stem from these discussion board posts. In 2005 Dr Adrian Bowyer started the RepRap project, an open source initiative with the objective of producing a self replicating speedy prototyping machine. They designed a 3D printer that would print most of its elements and in 2008 the first self replication was achieved when RepRap 1.0 "Darwin" made a whole copy of its elements. This seems to be the first patent describing 3D printing with speedy prototyping and Bottle Warmers managed on-demand manufacturing of patterns.


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