SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

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SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby geneb » Fri Apr 22, 2016 9:27 am

This was recorded using a cell phone camera by the look of it, but it's still pretty cool. :D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_L3Th8wQy0

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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby Windshadow » Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:50 pm

Interesting I sometimes have the TV on in the background for 'company' when I am working and i use the science channel for that a lot but I have never seen this show or its series i wonder if it is from a non USA version of the network?
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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby geneb » Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:52 pm

It was cammed of a TV in the US.

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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby Windshadow » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:29 pm

I found the series but not the show with SeeMeCNC content
http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/ ... they-work/

found its on discovery GO
https://www.discoverygo.com/machines-ho ... en-mixers/
but I have direcTV and it does let me access the above link

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Postby Eaglezsoar » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:36 pm

Windshadow wrote:Interesting I sometimes have the TV on in the background for 'company' when I am working and i use the science channel for that a lot but I have never seen this show or its series i wonder if it is from a non USA version of the network?
It was nice to put faces to some of the folks I talked with or had help via the Chat function while I was assembling my MaxV2


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Postby Windshadow » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:43 pm

Eagle I see you as that bird infant of the figures in your avatar :D

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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby Eaglezsoar » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:57 pm

Windshadow wrote:Eagle I see you as that bird infant of the figures in your avatar :D


Now that is funny! I can't think of a comeback for that one. Good Week sir!
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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby lake29 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:00 am

I saw the same thing the other day. Its from a show called How It's Made, which they usually play for at least 12 hours a day lol...and I actually love this show. Its very entertaining to see how common things we take for granted are made. They usually focus more on small mom and pop manufactures and not giant mega-factories. They also do a special where they show how exotic cars are produced. Ill try and track down a link for the 3D printer segment...

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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby lake29 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:44 am

So... I was a bit wrong about that video. There is actually an episode of how its made that shows a company that uses SeeMeCnc printer for prototyping but have given up looking for now. I did mange to make a decent copy of the How It Works episode using quicktime on my mac. It will not allow me to upload it, so if an admin would help me out that would be great.

P.S. How it's Made does do an entire segment on a certain brands 3D printer. Since I am new here and not sure how everyone feels about different competitors printers I don't want to ruffle feathers. LOL But I do have a copy of that video too.

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Re: SeeMeCNC Orion on the Science Channel!

Postby Xenocrates » Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:41 am

lake29 wrote:So... I was a bit wrong about that video. There is actually an episode of how its made that shows a company that uses SeeMeCnc printer for prototyping but have given up looking for now. I did mange to make a decent copy of the How It Works episode using quicktime on my mac. It will not allow me to upload it, so if an admin would help me out that would be great.

P.S. How it's Made does do an entire segment on a certain brands 3D printer. Since I am new here and not sure how everyone feels about different competitors printers I don't want to ruffle feathers. LOL But I do have a copy of that video too.

I saw that lulzbot video. Considering we've done tech support on generic chinese printers as well as (IIRC) at least one lulzbot, I think we mostly are ambivalent about it, since most of us recognize that different printers fill different niches. I wouldn't honestly want to build a chocolate printing delta, but I'm much happier debugging a Cartesian one, and I don't think that a tube based laser cutter that isn't Cartesian would work well at all (Diode and fibre could work though, but are either underpowered or expensive/overpowered). I could discuss relative merits of a bunch of stuff all day, considering I have a V2 that's very modified, have repaired a V1 (Admittedly also modified and I didn't get to print with it), and have a friend at school with a V3, while we have taz 6's available at the school, as well as two different stratsys models, and as well as having worked somewhat with a Printerbot simple metal, and seen the output from some other machines they were showing off at microcenter. I like what I bought because it's cool looking, performs well, was well priced, and had the Z height I wanted for a project (Which I admittedly haven't gotten to yet). For people who want a more plug and play solution that's easier to understand, Cartesian like the I3 or Taz 6 make sense, while still other people want flexibility and go for homebrewed solutions, while detail heads towards resin printers.
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