Posts Tagged ‘3d printer’

DIY Stock Pot Lid Lock


Stock Pot comes with a well fitted lid. Inspect it round and round and you’ll notice a very negligible to no gap at all. It is good for keeping the contents safe from insect and other unwanted things. In fact, I have never seen ants passing through. However, it has one big flaw. It never […]

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Planning to Acquire A 3d Printer

I have been thinking of acquiring a 3d printer. A complete kit or just some parts. Build the others myself to save on cost. I am having a hard time prototyping equipment for small scale food production. For example, building a customized cyclone separator (using street cone, pvc pipe and plywood) took me about three […]

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