In the (admittedly unlikely) event you’re in the neighborhood today, visit the Poughkeepsie Mini MakerFaire. I’ll be doing a “Practical 3D Printing” show-n-tell in one of the tiny music practice rooms in the main hallway, handing out tchochkes, and generally talking myself hoarse. The HP 7475A plotter will be cranking out Superforumulas next door, too, because everybody loves watching a plotter.
Usually, I print dump trucks or some such, but yesterday I hammered out the models for two adapters that mate the new vacuum cleaner to some old tools, so I’ll be doing live-fire production printing. I’m sure you can get adapters on Amazon, but what’s the fun in that?
The magic wand that sucks dust off the evaporator coils under the refrigerator slides into the bottom end of this one:
And the snout of this slides into the tiny floor brush that fits into spots the new one can’t reach:
And, with a Faire wind in my sails, perhaps I can run off the bits required for a hard drive mood light:
More details on all those later…