Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Day 1

Day 1

Just returned from UK, I went to have lunch with David.  To my surprise he carried two large boxes to my car and put them in.  He was lending me his 'spare' Prusa.  I'm not often left speechless, but...

Day 4

I managed to finish all the jobs I had in progress, and started to set up the Prusa.  Finding space for it was a challenge.

Took a while to figure out the UI.  I found a couple of files on the SD card that were something I had asked David to try out for me.  I tied to print them, and hey...  it worked and it did a great job.

1 comment:

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