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February 10, 2016 Shop Log

  • Yesterday I received my Kickstarter-backed Stacker Commerical 3D Printer. This morning, before work, I had the opportunity to finally open the boxes.

    Advice to heed…
  • While not having time to unbox the printer, I did unbox and assembled the stand.

    Stacker Commercial 3D Printer Stand
  • I really need to get on the redesign of these Our Lady of Lourdes Auction Lighting Pole Supports, so I can disassemble and make some space inside MakerCave.

    Our Lady of Lourdes Auction Lighting Pole Supports
  • My wife threatened to use power tools if I didn’t come and do a quick project for her.

    McKenzie’s Valentine Mailbox
  • Of course, I couldn’t resist continuing on with the assembly of my Stacker Commercial 3D Printer. I mounted the printer onto the cart, installed the filament rail bracket and filament drive hardware and cable-tied the extruder wiring harnesses to the filament guide tubes.

    Assembly of the Stacker Commercial 3D Printer

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