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"Doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy Cohen Mirror Mr Whitney Potter, high you doing Andy I'm hanging in there. Yeah. Still kind of social distancing. which is not that good because you've yet to come here and see the Predator. That's true. I. Have Not seen it firsthand may maybe. Instance mass maybe today I'll I'll kind of open up my garage door and let you in I can drive by. And Watch out the window as you drive. No. ocular. So I can see I'll open the garage door and you can go have fun with in the meantime we do have a story today in the news a company called. A tree or Zometa Tree I. Don't a how you would pronounce it. That's one thing when when I make up a name for a company..

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3D Printing Today

05:46 min | 2 months ago

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"To give you guys. I mean look right off the bat. I jumped into a rant with Mike, my co host here because I looked at all the session titles. Let me read some of them to you guys, industry trends and additive manufacturing. This is the guy who's the guy who's talking is. The Guy whose the editor of Three D. printing industry by the way. So, basically, it's trends from from the press releases that he publishes Opportunities Innovations and challenges and additive manufacturing. This is from somebody from a company. America makes. Research trends and additive manufacturing, and that's to be announced. They don't have anybody for that yet. Additive Manufacturing, Institute Resource Utilization and that Scott Roberts from NASA Jpl I think we did talk with Scott Roberts at CAS once I think that was the guy. There's quite a bit of Three D. pretty happening at NASA GPO by the way. And it goes on a whole bunch of other stuff what I don't see. Well, there is one here breakout session, one microgravity specific materials and processes, and against got Roberts's charing that thing and it's a bunch of people one from Xerox Parc, and somebody from Virginia Tech what we're not seeing. In this list is anything and we've never seen it which drives me nuts. We've never seen any kind of a white paper or study or discussion of any kind of the effect of Free Fall on overhangs. We don't hear anything about it. Let's face it. If we're in zero G, we don't need support at all. So what does that do for the quality of the product the object? That's seems like the seems like the killer. APP To me about the other thing that's interesting is that you know kind of I think about you know overhangs are where aware we're fighting gravity right? Think about applications like I mean just you know priming your extruder where you've got that you know you've got your your film and drooling out of a out of the non you're lying draft. So. What do you do there? How do you prime your studer without gravity? That's a good question, right? And Think about running powder bed turns zero gravity. Well, how do you keep the surface of the powder down? Well, we do know from what we've seen from that company that I think is now gone made in space. Actually I say they have a guy on the panel hair. So they're they're still around here but I think they may have sold..

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3D Printing Today

04:25 min | 2 months ago

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"Don't matter. We covered all my name's Andy Cohen I'm here Mr Whitney Potter. Hey. How. You Doing Andy, I'm doing pretty good. So what's this about the typhoon extruder? You just told me about what is this thing? Yeah. This is kind of interesting as a company in Canada called dies design announced a new extruder. For A. Of, a safer large scale three D printers They're touting the the it's extrusion rate says it can print up to ten times the speed of of a standard extruder. So it's interesting I can looked into it just to kind of see what they were doing differently. It's very high and that's all you know. CNC machine aluminum parts It has what they call the Quad Pinch driving mechanism so like they have like multiple pinch points to ensure that they've that. They are you know got a good grip on the filament interestingly there their heat barrel has has to heat zones and it's it reminds me of like you know back in the back in the day, you know the old school kind of Cupcake extruders, the the heat barrel is actually heated by by cartridge heaters that are wrapped around the outside of it, which is interesting at as two different zones. You can control temperature in differently in different zones on her. Entirely. Clear on what the what the benefit of that is because the top zone. I would think I would actually be wanting to be cooling rather than heating just to a lower temperature but anyways, not not sure what what's going on with that Two issues that I have with it. The first one, which might not be a problem for some people but certainly as a as a as a game ender for me is that it's twenty three hundred dollars. Yeah. But listen according it's in quotes with PLA we achieved a flow rate. Okay you ready for this not for even say it for an ender three the average flow rate is around forty to sixty millimeters per second. The average flay achieved the flow rate of two hundred millimeters cubed per second. Right so so what so what does that in turn Hundred Times two hundred? Right. So they're talking about how much volume they're putting through. So how does that compare to? Talk about how much linear? That's that's Like almost like a hose shooting liquid water out of it right I wonder you know what I really WanNa see the printer that this things attached to. Well the only picture we can see of it is they say it's a a Beta version mounted on a filament innovations. F. P. E. Kara's, which is not a printer that I'm I'm familiar with. But just from what you can see in the in the picture at it seems to be all axes seemed to be driven with with ball screws ball. Rails an interesting interesting choice. But A. Couple of advantages I can see with this. One of one of them is that this thing is water cooled. So that, you have the ability to use it in a heated chamber. And then you can. You can keep the parts of it. Cool. You need by lying cooling to it internally through the through liquid cooling system which you know for that type of printer you know makes makes sense if you're gonNA use it and and it's all you know machined aluminum. So there's nothing in there. That's GonNa Melt Not Three D. printed parts or anything they're going to melt or deform when you when you get it hot so. That could be an advantage for it The other disadvantage I have with that is that is that they list it's weight as fifteen hundred grams which is a little bit north of three pounds. So. It's really great that you can get all this material flying through it but how are you going to move fast enough to actually make print unless you're printing with a very large nozzle?.

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3D Printing Today

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy. Cohen here missed Whitney Potter. How you doing Andy I'm doing pretty good. How many how many weeks is it now that we've been in the shelter in place and doing this podcast remotely? While I was just looking I. Think this is our twelfth show that we're doing. With each of us in our own houses and our own studios across town from each other, so yeah, well soon some day soon we'll see each other live again. In the quality of the recordings will go back to where they were, which I thought were good and we'll be able to share each other's projects and see each other things. There are things I wish. I could show you in person right now that unfortunately I can't. Anyway we do have stuff going on in Three D. Printing. Surprisingly, even though we're all stuck in their houses, so there's this Article Three Printing Industry D. Did you get to read it? I did yeah. This is the stainless steel powder. Yeah, and his wife was hoping you read it because I don't trust my own judgment on on metal, and you're the metal dude. Sure so according to this article in a in a nutshell, it's looking like reusing powder. That is they call it recycled powder so. The these nettle, these are centered metal. Machines of they're talking about and just like with with nylon centered nylon. It's a super fine powder and you you. You have the laser centering on the tool path, and then you take all that powder out, and the recycling takes that same powder and uses it again with new powder. According to this article with they're saying is. That's not a good thing to do. What did you get from the article? They're basically it's Kinda like you'd expect if we took like all of our scraps, and there's for awhile. In the early days of of a desktop, there was a big of movement to take all of your failed prance, and all of your your scrap materials and reprocess them into filament. And you know print with that film it again..

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Axios Today

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"today" Discussed on Axios Today

"The world, so we're GONNA. Make you smarter faster on the topics that are changing the world connecting business tech media politics science. All make for great conversations all day in Mike and the you talked about I think there's a really interesting philosophy that happens that I'm learning a lot about at Axios, just about how all of those things you mentioned are actually related when we're starting extras. We realized that just being up to speed on a topic or to wasn't enough. In this revolutionary transforming world, you had to see how things connect and collide. How Tech Hooks onto business, hell, politics and media interplay, so it's those collisions that are GonNa make for conversations on Xu's. Xu's today and so Mike. The best thing is. We're going to do all of this. And just ten minutes actually means worthy in Greek. We've always tried to be worthy of your time and attention, and now we're going to be worthy of your ears. It's actually a little crazy to try to launch this. Daily News podcast in the middle of a pandemic. We're actually doing this via zoom so you and I can practice responsible social distancing, but I wonder if you can tell me why. You think this is so important to launch now. I'm live from my bedroom in Arlington Virginia because you said that's where would give us the best sound, but we realized that in this moment when the world is changing, when the pandemic is still on people's minds, when Rachel Justice is now at the center of the global.

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Today, Explained

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"today" Discussed on Today, Explained

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Today, Explained

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"today" Discussed on Today, Explained

"More impressive than that. I think you came up with this. Really charming sing along song to wrap up that kids episode. That sort of encapsulated all the themes and ideas that were in the episode. I remember it was in the script like Insert Song to wrap things up. And then you're like I can't come up with a song. I don't think it's going to work. And then all of a sudden you had this perfect song. How'd you come up with? I gotTA give credit to bird here again. I was almost ready to not end with a song. Like we'd planned and bird just wouldn't let me cut it. She wrote most of the lyrics. My girlfriend Hannah helped me come up with a melody for the song and I was really happy. We did it in the end. Okay we're GONNA play the butts. Why Song and then we're going to wrap things up with one of our favorites from an episode. We did about this space farce here. They are back to back the Cave of Bunch. Y and space farce. I'm alive and I learned a lot like what like this judges answers? If they're bad says but why why exactly and the schools? They shouldn't let the kids inside. Keep the children safe and the family safe as well. Why isn't it obvious why we want to keep families safe? Yeah sorry I got totally carried away no problem so kids keep other people say V day. Stay home from school. Why can't craft on each other? They sneeze or spit or draw. Those are pretty good but perfect. They are not why cost might still get through. So it's best to stay part sorry bird. You can't argue with..

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Today, Explained

01:42 min | 5 months ago

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"Exchange. We're back it's Sean. And now I'm and we're talking about the jams the buffs the beats today explained greatest hits no remember when there was an election. The the one in a couple months now yeah that one like but remember before corona we used to talk about it on the show all the time so much so that I thought you should make little bumpers for the show about the election. Oh yeah like the one. You called me up at like nine thirty at night. One time and just started singing. Yeah on the sidewalk in Brooklyn getting off the subway. I was like Yo I just had this idea for the bumper because we were trying to think of something funny at the House. Like what if it's just the numbers.

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Today, Explained

02:10 min | 5 months ago

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Today, Explained

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"today" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Donald Trump. Who's running for president at the time? This is a few days before the election. His lawyer Michael Cohen sets up a shell. Company called Essential Consultants. Llc Search Consultants Cohen sets up this Shell Company. Because there's a porn star named stormy Daniels stormy threatening to come forward with a claim that several years ago she had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump. Cowan wants to hush up so naturally he makes a deal. A nondisclosure agreement in which stormy Daniels would be paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars but Cohen didn't want his own name on this paperwork. He basically wanted the money to go through a separate entity. That would be a little more difficult to trace. So he set up he said shall consultants consultants and he sent the one hundred. Thirty thousand dollars through essential consultants. Llc to stormy Daniels lawyer and that's the hush money sh this came out in January two thousand eighteen but what we only learned. This week is that that's not all essential consultants did. After trump won the election Cohen. Continue to use this same. Shell Company for all sorts of other transactions. Man You know what the best part of that was what? Andrew Prokop had no idea that he was participating in some audio experiments where we turn our interview into a Douar like I just said to him afterwards. We're like what do you think he actually was into it. He actually sent me a picture of Humphrey Bogart when it was all said and done so. I think he was happy with came out and gave back on the show like a thousand times after lots and lots of cup. Okay we gotta take a quick break but before we do a very important. Sorta classic message from US doing and if you do and doing a few a do and and review the so to friend every now so send it.

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Today, Explained

01:57 min | 5 months ago

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"Steal what a banger. Yeah just Kinda Love Imagining Matthew. Yglesias leading some kind of industrial rock nine inch nails kind of band singing about steel dude. The thing that blows my mind about that song listening to it now like years later is just how quickly you did that with this little keyboard that I had like underneath my hoodie behind some cabinet to fair. I do have a bunch of instruments on the music program on my computer but yeah I think it took maybe an hour and a half two hours. Maybe what a beautiful thing that you got paid to make that no complaints. Here thank you vox. Thank you matthew. I WANNA play a couple more examples of these really organic moments and these two are connected. So maybe we can play back to. I mean there's been a few instances where You've been at your desk working on something else. I've been sort of at the VOX. Tv that we always used to huddle around. When the president was speaking there was a big political moment. Being broadcast live when we had an office one. We had an office. And you're probably at your desk working on something else but then I slack like oh the presence declaring a national emergency to build a border wall but he just said this thing about like the travel ban and it sounds really musical. Is there a way we could set this to music? Or there's just this roll call in Congress. Can we set that to music? And you're like maybe I think I'm always like definitely not and then about ten seconds later. I'm like okay. Let's see what happens and we will have a national emergency and we will then be sued. They will sue us in the ninth circuit. Even though it shouldn't be there we will possibly get a bad rolling. And then we'll get another bad ruling will end up in the Supreme Court and hopefully we'll get a fair shake and will win the supreme court just like the band they sued us in the Ninth Circuit and we lost we lost in the appellate division and then we went to the Supreme.

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Today, Explained

02:34 min | 5 months ago

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"Jon Rahm for today. Explained and that Bob you just heard was the extended version of our theme by the mysterious brake master. Cylinder to song has a name. It's Valentine Love. You break master. It's Memorial Day weekend here in the United States which is sort of the unofficial start of summer and any way you slice it. This summer is going to be a bit of a bummer. For All of us but one of my favorite things about the season is summer music. The summer song the album you listen to all summer we play a lot of original music on this show and whenever we do listeners. Always text and tweet in email to say Yo. Where can I find that jam? Well today as little gift for everyone subdued summer we are sharing with you all of the original music. We've done on this show in just one place today. Explained greatest hits. You can download it. You can stream it. We're still working on the vinyl. I'm going to spend the episode walking through a bunch of what we've done with the guy who's done a lot of it producer reporter original songwriter. Noam Hassenfeld you know his singing voice. It's this one to you've heard that little tag a million times but I bet a lot of you haven't heard it's source. It's part of the very first thing that was ever in this podcast feed our trailer and how fitting that. Even our trailer was sort of a song here. It is from way back in February twenty. Eighteen okay so you leave leaving the office and you look at your phone and you've got pages of push notifications and alerts and the world has changed dramatically while you were working and you're like what is going on. We're like here's a podcast. Answer that question. It's called today explained from Fox I'm going to host it for you. My Name's Shawn Rama's firm and we want to answer all those questions you've been asking yourself like why does Puerto Rico have power yet or what war with North Korea even look like or if people keep walking out of the EPA? What happens if there's another deepwater horizon we're GONNA take an issue and give you all the context you need to know and we're going to do it every way we know how interviews clips. Trips radio drama. Maybe even a saw off smoking. Nevertheless persisted alternative claim.

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3D Printing Today

05:51 min | 6 months ago

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"I'm here Mr Potter. How you doing Mandy well? I'm here remotely Whitney still at at his place. And we're talking via skype although the recordings are happening locally he's recording on his side on recording on my side because I just don't like the sound of recorded skype. Do you like that sound. I do not I appreciate that willing to Lovingly merge our audio tracks. Because I know that's a lot of work. Hey I got nothing else to do. What can I say all of us are still at home? We're still in Mandated shelter in place. And I'm willing to do that because you know I'm hearing stories about what it's like to get this virus and I don't know about you but I don't want it doesn't sound like fun. No not at all. Let's see we do have some interesting news stories though remember we talked about Xerox trying to take over HP right. I don't blame them because you know. Hp is now situated perfectly to completely disrupt all of industrial three D printing with their with their new form of printing. It really is an an an amazingly fast and efficient method that they came up with and it and it is kind of hammering the other companies. So you know they're in a position to to take over much of the market so xerox which is basically just a An Ip placeholder. Right now that just generates tons of revenue from IP figured. Hey here's a chance. We can continue building that portfolio and a few months back. We talked about how It got out there that they were planning on doing this. And since then has an HP stockholders I used to work for HP. I got materials in the mail. Warning me about the takeover attempt and then. I got a package in the mail. Saying here's the takeover offer and they made an offer of us. I think it was like fifteen bucks per share something like that I. I can't recall the exact number and a according to the people at at on the HP side. They said that undervalues its true value. And I have to agree with them and I did not want cell. I did not want to vote for the Xerox takeover. But here's the thing they really didn't give me any kind of method to say yes or no they said to me. Here's the address of the people making this offer. You contact them and say you don't want the offer and I didn't know what to do so I was a little bit worried about it going on like I don't want my xerox stock sold off. I want I mean my HP stocks sold off. I want to keep HP stock where it is in the Xerox stock which I do have where it is and I don't want them intermingle anyway. We hear today that Xerox has quit the idea of the takeover and they use the reasoning because of the cove in nineteen pandemic. I think it's more like the covert Pant Nineteen stock panic than the pandemic. I think so too related. Look at what's happened to the value of their of their stock. Yeah so thankfully. That's no longer a problem. In the meantime what what story you have you have. Something interesting comes to us from the other hemisphere From down in Chile There's a company that is has just serve released some research. They've been doing a project at at University of Chile researchers. They call it the Koala Three D. And this is an interesting process. It is basically a three d printer that can print theoretically unlimited heights because as it prints it climbs the object that it's printing so obviously at some point things are going to break. This is the way it is but it's an interesting interesting stuff. They're showing at least That is basically you know. Building a kind of a vertical column An acid builds this column. It climbs up it and then continues to to build So I'm thinking for relatively limited applications perhaps construction applications when we get more into into three D. printing full structures and stuff interesting idea at least two to see you know. There's always you know if if you WANNA get a you know a doctorate or master's in Three D. You gotta come up with something new. I think you're right to see. Yeah because this is an approach used by construction construction techniques. You've seen them build skyscrapers. And they have this. This daryl right that comes up the middle of or on the sides of the building and it grows with the building so it's not a new idea. It's been done before but now we're doing it with three D. printing makes it special. Exactly well you know what else is really special? Our show our show and we have a show this week. What do we have on our show? This Week Whitney show number three twenty nine. We're starting out talking about Revisiting Simplify Three D. And the tool change her. We're going to be reviewing our standards for quality in Three D. Printing and then revisiting Mesh compensation. Oh boy let's get to it. I.

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"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

11:42 min | 9 months ago

"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Three D printing today number three twenty designing multi material objects form labs three HP multi jet discussion today the podcast about all aspects of Three D. Printing Hobby professional industrial doesn't matter we cover it all. My Name's Andy Cohen. I'm here Mr Whitney Potter naive Andy. I'm doing pretty good so There's been this series of articles by a fellow who we've talked about on the show before Michael Mola's Hugh who's thankfully been around for quite a while and has not walked away like so many others have because they didn't get rich quick or something But he he's sticking to it and he's been writing a series of articles about the maker movement since make media went kind of bankrupt. They've re the make media folks have reinvented themselves into nonprofit and from what we hear Dale dougherty the guy who He didn't actually started. He started with The fellows O'Reilly Timaru Riley and Tim O'Reilly said ticket. And he got up and left and made his own little thing and and he and from what we hear. He has taken his own money and purchased from the holders. The people that owned the the properties to everything To get at the content and the titles and the names and things so supposedly Dale dougherty. Now Kinda owns it and what we hear. He's looking at making it into a nonprofit which sounds good. I think that might be the better way to go. And we'll talk about why in a second but mister you has kind of featured What's been happening to this? I'm using my finger. Air Quotes Maker Movement One thing about Mr use articles that he's never really stated explicitly and we would like to is the distinct and explicit difference between a maker and an engineer. So let's make something clear. People have been making things for quite a while. We've had the wheel for a while. Now it's just a few years. I didn't get invented when make make magazine came out. You know the fact. We've had these people. These strange beings go by the handle engineer for quite a while. Now but what's the difference between an engineer and a maker and there is a difference. I mean you can be an engineer and a maker of course sure but we believe that. There is an explicit distinction. That makes a person a maker versus engineer. And that's a person who's making something just for the sake of making it. They're not making it to meet a specific objective for some external pressure. Thing like you got to make this. They're not they're not. There's no gold. There's no necessarily a contract or a thing that has to be fixed because nobody really needs a life-size animated giraffe that they can drive around make refer cool and nobody really needs a giant statue with flames coming out of who knows what orphans. You really don't have. Don't give them any ideas. And if we look at the roots of the even the maker Faire and make media they themselves went to the artists from the burning men community and brought them in along with the folks who were the. What do you call them again? The the Jules Verne fanatics that water steam pulse team. And they do things just for the sake doing for the fun of it for the art of it for their motion of it and and we believe that defines a maker. That's what makes them maker and there's some differences in that in that light because now a maker does not necessarily mean they're an engineer. They could be an artist. Could be musician. They could just be a ten year old kid. Who's not sure what? What are your she wants to be or do that. But it sounds like fun to make this thing. That could be fun. It would be cool water. Some of the more impressive things you see more. Technically complex things you see are being made by people who are in their day jobs engineers and some of the ten year old kids grow up to become engineers because they were inspired by it in their in their youth. But but yeah. I think you're right in the. The central motivation is different now. Going to a university and interviewing some engineering. Phd's about the maker Movement. Is that kind of problematic? Because are they makers well? Yeah they're makers doing things for the fun of it. Some of them are the market. They've they've got their their budgets. They have to meet. They've got their students that got to teach the their goal directed there. I mean they could be makers they monto sit back and develop something fun. That's well within the realm of reality for them but that's not that's not their career. They're not making a career as a quote maker. Very few people do right. And as such what has to question if the whole idea of a maker movement makes sense for a financial endeavor probably not Does the maker Movement make sense as the basis for stem Maybe to get the initial interest. Yeah it's motivating that would be great but as the foundation for Stem I. I don't I don't think so. I think traditional education environments are essential for stem. You still have to learn the basics you still have to have the foundations all right and to be an engineer. You still have to know details that most makers just don't want to sweat sure but you can you can when you're trying to get kids motivated to learn stuff showing them you know some application of it that that interests them. Yes is much much more important. Oh Yeah Oh sure I mean I. It's it's in my opinion. It's a lot more fun than shooting at Aliens on screen sure area. But but I mean I I I show my kids. You know something that they're interested in. They're interested in building. Somebody I say okay well. Here's here's you know how you start but then you need your math. You Gotta learn this math in order to do this process. You know all right. So there's some motivation to learn some math skills that ordinarily most young folks say. Why do I need this? Yeah well you need it. In order to make the bullet go further right exactly. The Little Arrow go further at that. Get that piece to fit better. Whatever and this was never made clear by Mr you in any of his articles each simply kind of like most of the make media related kind of stuff just kind of glossed over the fact that there is a big difference between Disciplined Foundation Engineering and shoot from the hip having fun maker. Let solder it together and see if it works. It doesn't make is not synonymous with open source. No I don't agree with that Open source has a strong engineering foundation. All Open source came came from the software world. I mean I remember the early. Pdp Lebanon's they. The deck people sat here. It's open source that you could play with it and do whatever you want with it. But in the end we want in right and a lot of that is happening in this commune. This word. Yeah we do see that So it's not automatically you know. Open source equals maker. No I don't agree with that But there is overlap. Yeah definite overlap But that doesn't equate open source does not equate to the maker. Brian. I think one of the struggles in sort of defining what constitutes any movement. Is You know the more broad you construe the definition the more people you can draw into it the more people you can include in your movement and you're gonNA welcome. Well there. Is that motivation for for some people. Whereas if you construe it too broadly than it becomes less meaningful And so yeah the the happy medium somewhere in there. So is the maker Movement gone Heck no that's crazy. The the maker Movement as as logo by make media may be gone but the essence of doing things. Just for the sake of doing them. That'll never end We're GONNA be playing hashing and having fun and having a good time with technology regardless of whether Dale Dougherty puts out another magazine. That's irrelevant to right. Yeah and and I mean the maker. Faire was sort of a a gathering point for the maker community at least in northern California and in other areas that had large maker Fairs And you know those are sorely missed by a lot of people but I kind of saw them Kind of their life cycle was was it expanded. They had grown to the point where it's the same phenomenon. That burning man has been facing for about the last. Fifteen or twenty years probably. Yeah is that is a victim of its own. Success Your EXP- as as mentioned in one of the articles in order for it to continue there must be new interesting things every year right and that was not the case. Yeah I was disappointed by how repetitive it was The the the big change seemed to be that the thirteen year old. Dj was now a fourteen year old teacher or the fellow who is in the sixth grade. Who put together a printer? Out of legos. Right is is a printer. Out of legos. That's a little bit better. He needed slightly better. There's really not that much of a change There's no the innovation didn't happen quickly. Cook I'm thinking now. What about Murph but about the Midwest? Repre festival if I go this year am I just going to see more of the same? I mean what I was seeing this at. Cas as well sure if you go every year. You're not likely to be wowed. Yeah not a whole lot changes over the years. Sure oh well anyway. We're going to try to. Wow you on our podcast yesterday. Hopefully everything changes from episode episode. I don't think it does though but not as much as I should. But in any case this week we have a three segments again we start with talking about designing objects for Multi Material Three D. Printing. And then you give us a rundown on the form labs three and then we're going to discuss the HP multi jet great. That's it let's get.

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"Founder hugh ix sleep address consumer sleep brand aiming to change the way people sleep at a welcome to ambition today yeah thanks for having me thanks for having me here this offices awesome were sitting here overlooking mast and square park amazing of course yeah no it's a it's a great view we love being here well i'm happy to report that i'm well rested actually on the recommendation of our mutual friend andrew levin actually bought hewlett's matches last month but we could talk more about that later in the show for now let's start the beginning tussle about where you grew up yes i grew up here in manhattan it was it was normal i think people always ask me what what it was like with with dreams of gossip girl and all those all those shows but it was it was a normal experience i went to high school that was just outside the city so definitely felt like a normal kid growing up i guess i just was taking cabs in the subway earlier than most people that's great i love to hear that very cool which had a few other guests near resi was was famously from new york eighties a really really bad time grit so you know you went to princeton fear ba was early like parts of growing up in new york that you feel stuck with you today or made you from the real influence you to kind of become you are i think growing up in new york is one of the advantages is you're just surrounded by a ton of activity even as even as young kid you know access to museums parks too you know stores that other people just don't have access to and so i definitely feel like that was something that brought on a certain level of independence i think growing up in the city even just transit rightly even the ability you don't have to drive everywhere you're not behold into your parents and say you sort of grow this internal ability to just want to be independent and do your thing how old were you when your parents i let you like just walk out the front door and half the whole city to hear yourself yeah i think it comes in vases i think there's walking around your block and not crossing street is that you know that that happens maybe around like you know eleven ten eleven and then when you're thirteen fourteen then you're starting to cross streets movies by yourself and then all everything's often at around forget i grew up in the suburbs so yeah it's like you weren't allowed to you weren't allowed to cross the street but once you got a car it was it was gable over imagine when she has got your metro cars it was like no sleep till brooklyn yeah that's true i mean the one funny thing though is that you know a lot of my friends growing up just never really got licenses because it wasn't even worth it and so you have this whole light swarm of mid twenty people who came back from college and are taking driver's at that point yeah sure so then you leave the city to go to princeton you gotta be a history within a few other guests on the show the guy history degrees and i find it interesting because those people in particular have a really good insight into what the hell's happening now and how should repeats itself how how is that helpful to you know why history yeah no absolutely so i majored in in medieval and renaissance european history not not exactly what the normal track for someone that wanted to do something entrepreneurial but i think the lessons and maybe the skill set that you learn in history is really how to analyze something whether it's a problem with its historical event and really pull out and tease the core thesis of what happened why it happened and understanding sort of like the conditions around what what what happened essentially and so you know it really helps a lot with with some of the softer skills and some of the skills around understanding and organizing thoughts in a really cohesive straightforward way this super super sincere like how it always comes together do you have any medieval does anything repeating itself right now san populism and yeah you know i think that maybe not exactly from from the video wages but i think that what you're seeing is it's you know history is cyclical and it's just because people respond to incentives the same throughout history.

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