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Calibration for Vector 3

Today I got back to my Vector 3 3D printer and I started to experiment with getting it ready for printing objects. The reason for the lengthy delay in getting it ready for printing is because of calibration issues. This

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Fixing the eWaste

I watched the update to Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall’s War on Waste. It was the programme that started to make interested in conservation issues regarding the amount of stuff we throw away yet it’s fit for use. This time round the programme

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Vector 3 has started 3 Directions

At last it’s finally happened after 16 months of collecting the magazine series 3D Create and Print. In December 2014 Eaglemoss publications began a new partworks magazine series. It first came to my attention on TV when day in November.

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The British Microchip Revolution

The home computer revolution is success story mired in 1980s pop culture from the Apple Macintosh launched by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1984 and the battle with the corporate giants IBM and Commodore. As well as the birth

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