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  1. @drinkingpony In a previous D&D campaign we had a duckbunny that a player took as a pet. It turned out to be a demonic little monster with tentacles and killed several enemies "off screen". Just saying.

    about 5 days ago from web in context
  2. @drinkingpony Well... Peace?

    about 6 days ago from web in context
  3. @drinkingpony I'm glad you like my s(t)ick(y)-nasty improvisation skills.

    Polypropylene is extremely durable and I'd like to print with it one day, however it is extremely finicky. Once it needs to be printed at 260°C (I cannot do this with my printer because I'd gas out toxins from the PTFE tube), you need other polypropylene (sticky tape) to make it stick to the heat bed otherwise it slips off the bed, it sucks out the moisture like nothing from the air and thus creating nasty bubbles while printing, and it warps worse than ABS. But right now I'm already annoyed enough by ABS so it'll take me a whole new printer to even think to print with it (also PP is relatively expensive).

    about 16 days ago from web in context
  4. @drinkingpony There is metal music

    about 17 days ago from web in context
  5. @drinkingpony I can recommend this https://www.youtube.com/user/featony/videos too. Dry fun humour, snappy and creative editing, and lots of metal (the material).

    about 17 days ago from web in context
  6. @drinkingpony It was this channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm9K6rby98W8JigLoZOh6FQ that I watched. I don't know how exactly I came to this channel but I guess it was a video about gallium (just a random search) that linked to one of his videos that showed how gallium broke down the aluminium casing of a lock.

    about 17 days ago from web in context
  7. @drinkingpony Nope, I’m a (very proud, despite the circumstances) American.

    about 18 days ago from web in context
  8. @drinkingpony The friend should fire a railgun holding... Better not, it'd be a worse idea.

    about 18 days ago from web in context
  9. @drinkingpony I've done the pictures the moment I put them out of the mail box. I get a full refund on one game (have to send it back) and I get a partial refund on another of over 60% of the purchase price and I can keep it. For the third game I have to wait for a response of the seller. So far it could be worse.

    about 19 days ago from web in context
  10. @drinkingpony I mean Deutsche Post, the parent company of DHL, that sends letters. The games are in DVD cases. They got a good beating. I'm right now in the process to get a refund.

    about 19 days ago from web in context
  11. @drinkingpony Not quite. I intend to use my hands to remove a skull from a still-living body.

    about 19 days ago from web in context
  12. @drinkingpony Fascinating video.

    about 20 days ago from web in context
  13. @drinkingpony I don't want to additionally heat the chamber besides the heat plate. In the chamber will be the whole printer with all the electronics and the power supply. I don't intend to separate them and wire them to the outside. I'm too lazy for that. I think I only need just a room with a slightly higher ambient and constant ambient temperature. The temperature sensor and heat plate will get me that once it's closed sufficiently.
    I know that the IKEA Lack tables aren't filled with sawdust. I meant that these tables are cheaply made. I used one as a throw-away work table for sawing my flooring. BTW: My IKEA Lack tables were produced in Poland.

    about 20 days ago from web in context
  14. @drinkingpony In reality I don't want an enclosure that is at a temperature of 363K. Surely it'll be the best temperature for ABS but I'm just happy with anything above 310K. At least it should be constant and no gust of wind should disturb the print. My PLA prints at the moment are just fine, as well as smaller PETG prints. My last PETG print (an IKEA Lack table riser) warped and some layers delaminated (it was a chunky and lengthy block, so it was bound to happen).
    I have 4 IKEA Lack tables stacked and I want to use them as enclosures. So it can't be too hot. I don't trust these sawdust filled and cheap tables to endure these temperatures without spontaneously combusting after a while.
    Later this year I want to build a mini CNC router with some printed parts and a Dremel rotary tool. Just for small stuff like engraving or cutting soft materials. After that and some experience with the smaller CNC I'll build a bigger machine but that'll be a project for the year after that.

    about 21 days ago from web in context
  15. @drinkingpony This sounds very intriguing. Although my heating bill will explode it'll also cook everything that I take outside of the fridge, which will be an advantage worth considering the costs.

    about 21 days ago from web in context
  16. @drinkingpony "Das ist das Übelste, das ich mir vorstellen kann." A language doesn't make anyone good or evil. Except Java the programming language. Java is pure evil.

    about a month ago from web in context