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Tree of Direction == Claws of Doom

https://github.com/sunnywiz/TreeOfDirection/commit/8058bc3598c189ded425f044bde39528e335d4fd This was supposed to look pretty, but its not. If I look at the simpler version in an isometric top down view, it might make more sense: This is taking a grid of points on a map, and asking

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Commute, 3D Print: 2/3 gathering tracks, prototype

I should have written this a few weeks ago when this was fresh … but time has moved on.  I can’t pretend.  Easiest way through it: a) I did a prototype.  You can see a video of it .. pictures

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3D Fractals via Mandelbulber

I was scanning recommended videos on Youtube when I came across this one:   I had to see this.  It was amazing.  I was hooked.  I had to find more.  That led me to this program: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mandelbulber/files/Mandelbulber%20v2/win64%20build/ Which I then

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Fun Things Lately

I don’t know when I’ll have time to do a proper update, so here’s a list-dump of geeky stuff I’ve been up to lately: I started playing Cities: Skylines two days ago.  My brain is processing all kinds of patterns

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House Print 4/N: “Second Beta”

I have 3.5 floors printed!  And they go together!  With Stairs! There are some problems: I forgot to cut a section out of the “concrete” that the family room sits on to make room for the stairs from the basement

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Pewee, we have a problem (House Print 3/N)

(I live in Pewee Valley, KY, not Houston, TX) This is the 1:48 scale print of the fourth floor.   The source is here:  https://github.com/sunnywiz/housejscad/tree/Post3  and the STL files you are seeing here are bedroom0.stl, bedroom1.stl, and bedroom2.stl. Problem: The top

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Using OpenJSCAD to Print a House (1/N)

Since before I got my 3D printer, I’ve wanted to make a scale replica of my house.   I tried doing it with Legos once – it was cost prohibitive. I came up with a workflow where I drew out the

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