finally managed to spend some time on my printer project. very very slowly designing parts for my own micro-sized 3D printer. these are corner braces that hold the bearings.
time to go get electrocuted. “No, Dryden, it’s going to be fun.”
the killer-flu-from-hell claims another victim. wife has been sleeping since monday. fever at 103 sometimes.
older son was doing great yesterday. seemed fine when he came home from school. ate dinner, did homework, then i get text at 10:45. he has a rough night ahead. and i guess that means i do too.
younger son seems A-OK so far, which is weird. he’s usually the canary in this coal mine.
i’ve been feeling a bit less than 100% since last night, but no fever yet, 🤞 i can stay well long enough for @girlcarew’s fever to break. then she can take over nurse duties.
ha ha ha!!! that’s the laugh of someone who just successfully guessed the magic incantation to get a rand bit of chinese hardware to perform a firmware update with no english instructions!!!
crazy liquid nitrogen🍦
doing a bit of 3D rendering this evening. one of those things where nothing beats a ton of xeon cores.
An Ennis House tile. It’s modeled after the tile seen on the walls in Deckard’s house in Blade Runner (the original). The original tile being from the Ennis house by Frank Lloyd Wright.
I modeled the tile on a rectangular thin sheet which is just two layers of 0.2mm PET-G that has been bridged across the entire card. The effect is slightly transparent background. To be honest the bridging wasn’t intentional at first but it looked so great I decided to run with it. Happy accidents are the best.
If i can i’m going to print a bunch and use them to shade the french door windows to my office that have needed a curtain since i moved in.