Sometimes you come up with 3D printer models that are just too hard to print. This is where cutting 3D models digitally comes in handy.
After trying the cheap plastic unit, I decided to build a more sturdy pan-tilt mount for my receiving loop antenna.
Ham radio makers are doing well and having fun.
Time has come to make some magnetic loop mounts.
Recently, I helped my friend Victor with a kitchen drawer repair.
Here is my Mostly Printed Butterfly Capacitor, ready for use in a magnetic loop antenna.
MPCNC part repairs were needed when several pieces cracked during final assembly.
I thought it was time to try to print with PETG.
My MPCNC table top is built, mounted and aligned.
A 3D printed cable chain is a cheaper alternative.