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Re: [koruza] KORUZA progress update: 3D printer

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  • Subject: Re: [koruza] KORUZA progress update: 3D printer
  • Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2014 11:43:03 +0100
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I like to second that.

On 2014-03-12 01:10, Charles N. Wyble wrote:
> So the sources for the printer are available, but not the markup for
> the koruza unit, so that it can be printed on any printer?
> That's cool, but ultimately not very exciting for those of us wanting
> to trial the koruza.
> Now I realize that hardware design,bring up,testing,prototyping etc is
> very complicated. However numerous experts in the free software
> community are available and would be quite excited to help work on
> this. The fact that the one solid description of the project is behind
> a paywall, is really unfortunate.
> Please keep up the great work, and please release source soon. Plaster
> alpha warning all over it, that's fine. However I personally have
> access to two fab labs and want to start evaluating koruza.
> On 3/11/2014 10:34 AM, Musti wrote:
>> Hi,
>> the KORUZA development is progressing very well and the prototypes
>> are under rapid development with the help of low-cost 3D printing.
>> I am happy to let you all know that the sources for Troublemaker 3D
>> printer I have been working on for the past few months have now
>> been released. The whole KORUZA system is 3D printed except the
>> screws, electronics and the aluminium outer shield in the outdoor
>> prototype you are soon going to hear more about.
>> After good 6 months of almost daily 3D printing, it is safe to
>> claim that even in the lowest cost form, it can be applied to
>> almost any design problem, from optical communication to
>> electronics, from everyday utilities to high-tech designs.
>> Blog post about 3D printer:
> Sources:
>> Kind regards, Musti
>> !DSPAM:531f2d1a73199623716351!

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