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Render Update!

Note: the crystal glass of the dry box is not accurate

The addition of screws might not seem like a big deal on the surface but it is a good opportunity to do a final check of the print-ability and assembly of a part rather than through trial and error. Test prints are continuing steadily in PLA and then I will move onto PETG for the final parts.

I am returning my focus to the dry box in particular to adding a hinge and latch as well as screws/nuts. I will potentially review the extruder because of line of sight concerns and maybe a second blower fan but I am concerned about where that will put the center of mass. Future additions include RGB and wires.

Naming is still on my mind, Power Arm 3D Printer is a fair name. I will need to create a brief list of options for a public poll maybe.


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