|There's the damage|
I tell you what, Makerbot makes on sturdy machine. That thing just kept chugging away like nothing ever happened. Even when kids attack the Replicator takes it in stride. (Granted a better solution would be if it could sense when the head wasn't moving freely, but sensors are expensive so I won't fault them for keeping costs down and going with what works sans the occasional unexpected interference.)
Print report after the jump:
Another attempt at printing my chess pieces failed with the new knight I'm working on. Gonna try it again today.
Universal Earbud Spooler. An absolutely clever product that you can actually buy from the creator if you don't have a 3D printer.
It should be mentioned that except the part printed a few days ago all the parts shown after the android clip there were printed after the accident. I call that a triumph. Another round of applause to Makerbot and their massively durable machines.