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If you're doing any "fun" weekend projects for personal ops, and would like to share with the masses, is a great hashtag to follow and toot under.

Be as descriptive or vague as you like, who knows maybe you'll inspire someone else to explore the wild and wooly world of libreops - operations in the open.

ideas:

- building a SBC powered home appliance
- Drudgery work like syncing backups
- Patching systems (you are patching them, aren't you?)
- poking a remote unit thats gone AWOL

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:flan_wave: Welcome to my

I'm a pretty "run of the mill" geek. I'm an operations engineer by trade and don't talk much about work here unless i'm having one of those days. But work and my hobbies intersect often 😂

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I'm notorious for leaving follow requests on hold. good things come to those who wait. 😉

One of our #DnD players is rerolling a gnome barbarian that he's insisting on naming David, so I just went ahead and made his mini David the Gnome.

#3DPrinting #TTRPG #Minis #PaintingMinis

death mention, lyrics 

Open question to users of TTTD that browse the fediverse. Occasionally I post images follower only without a descript and with just a period as the message body. This is likely frustrating to your TTTD interpreter and wastes time. is there a meta / hashtag i can use that would cause it to be skipped?

I'm not sure if any of my followers are TTTD users, but my thought being, i limit scope that way - but is there a better way than just adding a descript to everything? as off the hip posts n'at.

Ahhh that fresh smell of progress first thing in the morning.

The mini factory is in full tilt and I couldn't be happier about this. Remind me I said that when I have a slew of meetings today...

Minis featured in this post are from rocket pig games. rocketpiggames.com/

Reasons why there aren‘t many women in hackerspaces, #42 

Please boost.

Anybody interested in a commission for some art I need for an ONI? You know, Japanese magical ogre demon?

Fun with tabletop minis on an FDM vol 1597

Bed adhesion? Bed adhesion.

However the detail is getting much better, so my settings are definitely coming more in alignment with the results i'm trying to achieve.

Seeing K3's popping up in more places 😁 I figured ya'll would catch up eventually.

Here we go again. Now that my workday is winding down time to try and print some minis again!

Also, @sungo I've found that the super tiny binder clips work pretty well at keeping the borosilicate glass in place. This is probably the cheapest option next to say... Permamounting with jb weld.

Thoughts?

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