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Making it daily

It was nice to dump some notes about the weekend's activities, a reminder of the time that I left a daily brain dump each morning on my old Live Journal.

So, here we are again.



  1. E.g. unfilled polyethylene is versatile, glass stuffed nylon can be too stiff. The Direct CNC feature wants freedom to deform – e.g. as soon as} the cavity has moved away. As nicely as the plastic guidelines the tool geometry needs to be thought of. As the two components move in opposition to one another, they will wear, shortening the tool life.


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