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August 13, 2014

This is the first 3D-printing related program for this site because most of my 3D-printing programs are spagetti like. I believe this 3D turtle graphics library in Python can be used by other people, I first publish this.


October 13, 2014

A Python library for parts assembling, deformation, and printing by a 3D printer is published in an opportunity of a presentation in a technical conference. Explanation of major functions are available.


April 19, 2015

I wrote several articles on the "fluctuated 3D printing", i.e., in my blog (in Japanese), a paper (a journal version and a workshop version). However, because the programs used for these articles were not well-structured, they were not published. Because I developed a simplified and well-structured version, it is published here.


August 13, 2016

AnyCubic Kossel is a cheap delta-type 3D printer. There are two versions, i.e., pulley and linear versions. You can buy a pulley-version printer, which is cheaper, at about $200 including shipping cost. It is easy to be assembled too. It comes with a pretty printed manual with a method of installing firmware; however, unfortunately, no firmware comes with the printer. I struggled with several types of downloaded firmware and finally the printer works well with Repeater firmware. I put the updated firmware file here.



Objects printed by using the new direction-specified design and printing technology are sold in Dasyn Yahoo! Japan shop.

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