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yaochi
Sep. 22nd, 2007 06:32 am (UTC)
Looks like some location inside the caldera of a North American supervolcano
revar
Sep. 22nd, 2007 07:32 am (UTC)
Yeah. As I stood there, looking at the bubbling, steaming water, I had to reflect that I was in the middle of a 40-mile-wide caldera of a volcano that cannot be described as geologically dead. This somehow didn't strike me as the smartest of ideas.

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Next stop, a visit to Mt. St. Helens.
dnellin
Sep. 23rd, 2007 02:55 am (UTC)
Yellowstone, no doubt!
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  • 17 Oct 2011, 19:18
    Clever! ^_^
  • 7 Oct 2011, 08:38
    Was each link made from two pieces, or was there fill material inside that you removed? I'm having trouble seeing how to print these in a makerbot-compatible way (though I could just be overlooking…
  • 5 Oct 2011, 22:40
    Nah. It'd just take a dissolvable support material and higher resolution. There are commercial 3d printers out there that can print ball bearing assemblies in one pass, fully assembled.
  • 5 Oct 2011, 18:46
    Nice! ^_^ I was going to be flabbergasted if you were actually able to print it as a unit, but I guess that would take antigravity.
  • 5 Oct 2011, 18:19
    I printed each piece individually and assembled them after some cleanup. I did print four segments at a time, though, unattached, in a 2x2 grid.
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