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Furry dinosaur phone holder or waxed dinosaur phone holder? 😝 This is the difference between enabling/disabiling “avoid crossing perimeters” in PrusaSlicer. Maybe with newer/better wood filament there’d be less stringing. 🤷‍♂️

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Here’s a nice little wooden benchy. I had to do a lot of post production cleaning, but hey, it didn’t clog the nozzle after the first layer like with the Anycubic.

I upgraded from my Anycubic Mega S to a @Prusa3D@twitter.com Mini+. ☺️ ✨ I had some first layer issues to begin with but now it’s doing great! Super happy to be able to print with TPU and wood filaments which did not go well on the Anycubic.

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After some initial mistakes, which led me to learn about “frogging” (undoing), I’m on my way! First repeat of the panel complete. ✨

Pretty much have We Don't Talk About Bruno on repeat in our household right now. It's amazing.


Woohoo! Back in June I joined the lovely team at cutr.ai. This week we officially launched! I’ve been having a blast meeting with wood manufacturers and designers. There’s a ton of cool things happening in this industry and I’m super excited to be a part of it. 🪵 ✨

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“Knit the knits, purl the purls” is not as intuitive as I thought it was. 🤦‍♂️

I’ve always struggled to make time to read work related books. But I’m feeling the need to challenge myself.

I have The Manager’s Path (@skamille), Resilient Management (@lara_hogan) and An Elegant Puzzle (@Lethain) on my bookshelf. Which should I start with and what are you tips for making time for this kind of reading?

Age yourself with a computer game.

— 𝘾𝙝𝙧𝙞𝙨 𝙂𝙧𝙤𝙨𝙨𝙚 (@Chris_Grosse) January 15, 2022