stupid things your tenants do
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so this dumbass kid locked himself out of his room, and instead of knocking on my door and asking me to open it for him, he decided it was better to break in and destroy the door in the process.
What is with kids these days? Is their first impulse to just break someone else's property?
And after he came home from work, he started trying to fix it himself, like I wouldn't notice that he bumfucked the whole door up.
I think I will wait until after he "fixes" it, and then tell him it will cost $534 out of his deposit to replace the door and lock hardware. maybe that will send a message.
And I will probably have to replace the carpet too, or at least shampoo it. he always wears his muddy ass boots inside and fucks up the carpet.
/3dpg/ 3D printing general
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Aktion 14f13 edition
Old thread >>1092815
Still new pasta, feel free to contribute.
Additive Manufacturing Technologies:3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, Gibson Rosen Stucker
>open source community
>buyfag buyers guide
Any cheap chinkshit kit
>basic 3d printing FAQs
https://opendesignengine.net/projects/vg3dp/wiki (lots of useful stuff)
>why do my prints look like shit, visual troubleshooting
>how to calibrate
>where do I get files to print?
>what programs do you make your own files with
>what kind of filament do I want
Begin with a roll of known brand PLA before moving to more demanding materials.
e3d and its clones
http://sintratec.com/ A SLS kit.
>post processing (sanding painting etc.)
Wanna learn how to weld
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Ok, so Harbor Freight has a shitload of cheap welders, and they aren't very good from what I've read here and elsewhere.
That said, if I wanted to learn how to weld (doesn't matter the type, TIG, MIG, Oxy-acetylene,) would it be worth my time going to the local community college and taking a course, or just buying a junk rig and having at it?
Pros? Cons? Advice from you DIY'ers who know? (Pic not related)