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Hobbies
OP: November 13, 2020, 09:08:08 AM
What does everyone do when they're not racking their brains about time cubes and Antarctica?  A few years ago I was working for a company that did 3D printing, I got really fascinated by FDM printing and this year put together two home printers that have been steadily making gifts and things for people.  It's been an awesome experience so far and my child really likes saying "we didn't buy that, we MADE it" which is good for their brain at the age.  How do you enjoy your time being? 

Apologies also if this post is worthless, I've just really enjoyed reading what others have to say and care about what they're doing with their selves.
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Re: Hobbies
#1: November 14, 2020, 12:31:16 AM
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What does everyone do when they're not racking their brains about time cubes and Antarctica?  A few years ago I was working for a company that did 3D printing, I got really fascinated by FDM printing and this year put together two home printers that have been steadily making gifts and things for people.  It's been an awesome experience so far and my child really likes saying "we didn't buy that, we MADE it" which is good for their brain at the age.  How do you enjoy your time being? 

Apologies also if this post is worthless, I've just really enjoyed reading what others have to say and care about what they're doing with their selves.

What kind of things do you print for gift giving? That reminds me of when I was a boy and I would assemble model cars and planes. My parents or my grandmother would buy my a kit and I would spend hours gluing and painting. I had a model of an F-117 stealth fighter once and was utterly fascinated by its angles. They seemed so, dare I say...alien. Lol!
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