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    It has been a while

    How is everyone doing?

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    hi Debbie, good to hear from ya, i'm doing fine

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    Hi Deb, ok here, keeping busy, you?

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    Hi!

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    Heya Debs!
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    Still kicking, was on a thread about Blockchains somewhere, and thought about the SG forum. Learned a lot about computers here, and had a blast

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    Good to see ya around

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    Sorry I missed this. Good to see you Debbie.

    Doing good, how're you?

    Miss talking with you, take care.

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    Hanging in there. Good to see a lot of you still around. Sad about JCOS and Roundeye.

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    merry xmas and happy new year!
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    still around... my oldest kid is now 11.5 years old and passed my sholders....

    still got the jeep wrangler. great for all this unstable weather we get now up north40 degree summers and -40 winters, even got tornado's in eastern ontario back in september (6 of them total hit EF1 to 3's).

    Got a new hobby. 3d printing. picked up a ender 3. great technology and all open source so lots of upgrades!
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    Loading the dishwasher at brembo's house means bringing the fiancee a sixpack home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightowl View Post
    still around... my oldest kid is now 11.5 years old and passed my sholders....

    still got the jeep wrangler. great for all this unstable weather we get now up north40 degree summers and -40 winters, even got tornado's in eastern ontario back in september (6 of them total hit EF1 to 3's).

    Got a new hobby. 3d printing. picked up a ender 3. great technology and all open source so lots of upgrades!
    Nice! I have a Cr-10s with some upgrades (bltouch, genuin e3d all metal with a volcano heat block and ruby nozzle, stepper dampeners. Running th3d 1.1.9 with LA) a cr-10s5 (same upgrades except a capacitive probe I steal of the bltouch) and a Anycubic Linear plus Delta. Running all 3 with Octoprint on Piís

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    Senior Member nightowl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by morbidpete View Post
    Nice! I have a Cr-10s with some upgrades (bltouch, genuin e3d all metal with a volcano heat block and ruby nozzle, stepper dampeners. Running th3d 1.1.9 with LA) a cr-10s5 (same upgrades except a capacitive probe I steal of the bltouch) and a Anycubic Linear plus Delta. Running all 3 with Octoprint on Piís
    NICE! I was looking at the creality CR-10 but its still expensive in canada ($500+cdn). Ender 3 ($300cdn) is slightly smaller (220x220x250) but everything is attached to the frame which makes it portable and takes most of the same parts as the CR-10. I can pick it up with one hand (with filiment) and put it in the back of the jeep and take it to work on those long night shifts . Looking to get octoprint working on it in the next few months.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilog B
    Loading the dishwasher at brembo's house means bringing the fiancee a sixpack home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightowl View Post
    NICE! I was looking at the creality CR-10 but its still expensive in canada ($500+cdn). Ender 3 ($300cdn) is slightly smaller (220x220x250) but everything is attached to the frame which makes it portable and takes most of the same parts as the CR-10. I can pick it up with one hand (with filiment) and put it in the back of the jeep and take it to work on those long night shifts . Looking to get octoprint working on it in the next few months.
    I'll be picking up an ender 3 this month. Want it for smaller prints while my bigger printers are busy with 48+ hour prints. You are going to love octopi. Has made management of the printers so much easier. PM if you every need help or just want to chat. I'm in some cr-10 facebook groups. Mostly complaining posts but some good info here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morbidpete View Post
    I'll be picking up an ender 3 this month. Want it for smaller prints while my bigger printers are busy with 48+ hour prints. You are going to love octopi. Has made management of the printers so much easier. PM if you every need help or just want to chat. I'm in some cr-10 facebook groups. Mostly complaining posts but some good info here and there.
    Make sure you get a mirror glass bed cut at a local glass store ASAP for the ender 3. the bed adheasion pad comes pre warped.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilog B
    Loading the dishwasher at brembo's house means bringing the fiancee a sixpack home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightowl View Post
    Make sure you get a mirror glass bed cut at a local glass store ASAP for the ender 3. the bed adheasion pad comes pre warped.
    I use mirror on all my printers along with ABL's

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