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The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby craftymethod » Sat Dec 27, 2014 12:57 am

Gday guys! My Name is Benjamin and ive been running a Rostock V2 for a few months now! I live in South Western Australia in a beach side city called Albany.
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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby RAMTechRob » Sat Dec 27, 2014 4:47 pm

Chandler, Arizona, USA

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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby jdurand » Sat Dec 27, 2014 7:10 pm

Los Gatos, California, Left Coast, USA, Earth, Sol System, Local Cluster
Standing on the edge of reality... (me)
Quando omni flunkus moritati (Red Green)
Let no man belong to another that can belong to himself. (Paracelsus)
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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby Captain Starfish » Sat Dec 27, 2014 7:43 pm

In keeping with the OP's theme...
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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby McSlappy » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:15 pm

In keeping with the norm :) though my arrow is lame :/

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I loved my Rostock so much I now sell them in Oz :)

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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby adanw » Sat Apr 04, 2015 7:52 pm

Canberrra, Australia. Got my Rostock Max V2 about a month ago..loving it.
I've been making a few antenna mounts and stuff for my other hobby - ham radio.

Fitted an E3DV6 hot-end after melting my original... :shock:
I am waiting on my Trick Laser Arms and Tracks. :D

My epic fails so far:
- melting my stock hot end's PEEK tube (poorly fitted Thermistor...my bad)
- Crushing the E3DV6's little %$#$@!! black grommet that holds the bowden tube in place and having to make do with the stock hot end's little grey one instead. :oops:

Epic Yays so far:
- Strapping down my squid pole antenna with a 3d printed sleeve - solid as a rock in 40 Km hour wind.
- Mounting a 3 element 2m/70cm yagi antenna on 3d printed mounts and making SOTA contacts

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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby craftymethod » Tue Apr 07, 2015 12:46 am

Welcome Adanw,

Bad luck on the crushing haha.

Is HAM radioing still big these days? would be cool to see pics of your antenna mount. What size nozzle did you go for on the E3d? running 1.75 filament?

How is your outter perimeter levelling on your bed? Mine's a challenge.

:) welcome!

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Re: The Geography Thread! (Where are you?)

Postby McSlappy » Tue Apr 28, 2015 8:42 am

Ah Canberra.. My birthplace... I miss the roundabouts.

I also went to school there. The AIE, where they teach computer game stuff :)
I loved my Rostock so much I now sell them in Oz :)


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