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Rocket by 3d printer




by humus » 10/10/21, 10:06

3D printers, after plastic, after cement, aluminum.

Less resources, speed of realization but it's ugly : Lol:
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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by Christophe » 10/10/21, 12:08

Do they guarantee structural cohesion? : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

I say this because I have had many layers detachment recently in FDM ... including a part that came off completely like that "in the living room" without any effort on it (a few ° of temperature less ...) ... yet I had used a filament that I had tested as "good" with a fair amount of testing.
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by Ahmed » 10/10/21, 12:12

Is there a great intellectual cohesion in promoting a technical process aimed at an ever greater development of space exploration? : Oops:
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by Christophe » 10/10/21, 12:16

Ahmed wrote:Is there a great intellectual cohesion in promoting a technical process aimed at an ever greater development of space exploration? : Oops:


Apparently it is the current fashion of billionaires (and especially not to criticize them for their catastrophic CO2 balance) ... the one who will have the biggest ... the longest ...

What do you want this is the kind of debate since the dawn of time between male humans ... : Lol:
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by Ahmed » 10/10/21, 12:18

... you have a great memory and a very old age! : Lol:
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by Christophe » 10/10/21, 13:33

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by humus » 10/10/21, 14:32

Ahmed wrote:Is there a great intellectual cohesion in promoting a technical process aimed at an ever greater development of space exploration? : Oops:

What is interesting is the process for more common uses.
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by Ahmed » 11/10/21, 19:20

So we come back to the idealistic debate about a technique which would be bad in a certain context and which could no longer be so in another supposedly more "virtuous", or which would depend on the use, given that it is. there are good and bad.
These two visions have the defect of disregarding the context necessary for the development of techniques: in the past, techniques appeared, but did not arouse interest and therefore disappeared; in our current configuration, any innovation will be welcomed for structural reasons (producing more, to put it simply) and it will necessarily result in good and bad applications, in the sense that all possible applications will be made.
Regarding the first aspect mentioned, it is the absurd dream of the left to transform "the means of production" into positive things, simply by changing their owners, but without however modifying the organization which is in any case the condition. Operating.
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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by humus » 11/10/21, 19:31

Ahmed wrote: good and bad applications will necessarily result, in the sense that all possible applications will be made.

Not if a code of good conduct regarding uses is adopted
Good for now it's still open bar ... : roll:
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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by Ahmed » 11/10/21, 19:52

Right now, each of us has the choice of marveling at or worrying about technological wonders, but all of us passively experience something that escapes us completely.
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