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John Biggs
johnbiggs
John Biggs is a writer from Ohio who lives in Brooklyn. He likes books, watches, and his dog. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Gizmodo. Signal: +16468270591 Telegram: @johnbiggs

Mar 18
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It was a pretty nerdy release in the first place. I’ve followed these guys since they started out in like 2010 and I like what they’re up to but if you’re using this for enterprise tracking or whatever you should probably read the fine print.

Mar 9
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what’s the alternative? Barring printing out your private keys (and knowing what to do with them) these devices make the most sense for newbs.

Feb 19
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This one is ok. I ran a few hundred pages through it in testing and didn’t smell much nastiness.

Feb 19
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This one doesn’t really depend on the software quality since you don’t HAVE to use the software to use a lot of these features. 

Feb 2
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I don’t know? You’ll notice a lot more speed on those apps regardless and you’ll be pleased.

Feb 1
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I’m PRETTY sure I had an Intel one? I forget now. Maybe it wasn’t the absolute first.

Jan 22
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I didn’t want to point that out but yeah, it looks like a dong.

Jan 6
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I think I have D’Addario Flatwound Electric Strings on my guitar right now. I forgot what I bought but I’m pretty sure it was those.

Jan 5
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you need a heated bed and a really good adhesion surface. Also some of the 5-axis models have a head that turns at an angle vs. the bed itself.

Jan 5
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I have a motorcycle gear in my office that a buddy printed on a metal 3D printer. It basically sinters metal shavings together and then bonds them through intense heat. It’s really cool.

Jan 4
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Sorry. I wanted to explain what the stories really were and they’re all pretty crazy.

Dec 15
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I tried to do a scene where I asked it to go get Obi Wan for me but we had to cut it.

Nov 25
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you can still use the software definitely but just not the video portion. It’s a good question, though. The flywheel is programmatically controlled so it’s not as easy as just turning off the computer. 

Nov 11
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I was expecting this. I haven’t shot an AR in years - my dad had one and we shot a few times when I was a kid - but I know enough to mess things up. That said, the point remains the same: you can 3D print loads of stuff, it’s rarely high-quality in any sense, and these things will most likely blow your hand off. Thanks Read more