Since I am in and out of the shop today, I thought I’d put up a General Purpose post so people can comment on whatever on on their [alleged] mind.
I will likely take a look hourly (all comments are human-reviewed, unlike socialist media) so have at it. Good taste and sensible, though.
Meanwhile, wanna see a cool print coming off one of the 3D jobbies?
This is called Ziro Silky-Grey PLA filament (printing at 217 C on a 65 C bed CR-10 V2. Looks almost like stainless steel (which is the intent) and the idea is to have something that looks like stainless for 3-fold paper towels in the kitchen. Love “silky-look PLA filament!”
I think I’ve mentioned this before? Our paper products spending has dropped a lot by using bathroom type c-fold towels in lieu of paper towel rolls. Seem to get a LOT more use out of them on a dollar per basis.
A carton of Genuine Joe GJO21100 Multifold Towels, 9.5″ x 9.10″, pack of 16 towels is less than $21-bucks. With 250 towels be pack (times 16) that’s 4,000 paper towels for $21 bucks. Don’t think I could do that well at the Dollar store.
Tossed in a metal-looking plastic box in the kitchen, I mean found money is found money. And a box (or four) may be a paper products inflation hedge. See plywood prices at the Big Box store if you doubt me…
(Elaine was going to be working on her book today so hanging out in the shop, office and CW on the low end of 20-meters for a while…)
ShopTalk Sunday reviews a couple of battery powered circular saws tomorrow…so ya’ll come on back then, y’hear?
Back to print-watching…write if so moved,