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hpr2017 :: Here are my thoughts on a 3D printer Kit.

Released on 2016-04-26 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I purchased a 3D printer kit from AliExpress.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-High-Quality-Precision-Reprap-Prusa-i3-DIY-3d-Printer-kit-with-2-Roll-Filament/32424257787.html

Here are some after thoughts on how I liked it, a little overview of 3D printers and why I bought this one.

Pictures of the printer as assembled, and a few items I printed http://www.travestylabs.com/3Dprinter/

I hope to make this into a series about software, tips and modifications, and other thoughts I have to share about it.


hpr1796 :: Audacity - Chains, Notches and Labels

Released on 2015-06-22 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I expand some on Jon Kulp's show on using Labels in Audacity. Specifically, I comment on importing a Label track from a Tab separated text file.

I go on to talk about using Notch filters, a Nyquist-effect plugin for Audacity. Notch filters work extremely well on certain frequency centered noise like mains hum.

I follow up by talking about chains. A way of doing batch operations directly in Audacity.

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