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Live right now - printing with cheese!

These guys are 3D printing with cream cheese right now.

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No, I don't know why it's green.

iceng1 year ago
I'm watching too : )
The green is moon cheese !
What is the red light signify ?
Kiteman (author)  iceng1 year ago
I didn't see a red light.

If it was brief, it might have been a camera's autofocus?
Kiteman (author)  Kiteman1 year ago
Oh, disappointment - the printer is called Creamcheese!

Ah, well...
So the green stuff isn't cheese?
Kiteman (author)  canucksgirl1 year ago
No, it's thermoplastic.

I think basic printing with cheese should be possible, though...
I like this as an idea, you could possibly modify a hot-glue gun to use cheestrings?

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hahaha... okay I get it now... (doh!) ;-)

The printer is named Cream Cheese... It's not "printing with cream cheese".

Technically, you had the wording right for both meanings. ;-)
Kiteman (author)  canucksgirl1 year ago
>chuckle<

They're finished now.
It looks like they're doing another one...
Kiteman (author)  canucksgirl1 year ago
I'll check it later, if I have time - I'm switching from social to work mode now, I have two classes of repeats to write...
oooh... sounds like fun. ;-)

TTYL
There's a flashing red light on the right side of the camera frame. Is that what you mean iceng?
Kiteman (author)  canucksgirl1 year ago
They've changed the camera angle - the platform has running lights.
In case anyone new is reading this thread... they are starting another LIVE 3D Print. Not sure if its the same "3D Knot" or if they're doing something else, but its on!
Kiteman (author) 1 year ago
... although I seem to be the only person watching it?
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