Posted on June 18, 2013The family get together Now the two can work together on getting some kits available! Share this:GoogleRedditPocketTwitterPinterestFacebookEmailLinkedInPrintTelegramWhatsAppSkypeTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigationPrevious post: Assembly guideNext post: A little tree frog 8 thoughts on “The family get together” Diego June 18, 2013 Amazing! Congratulations! Reply Steve Purtee June 18, 2013 Hi Quentin Going to work on kits, eh? You could ship assembled without the legs. What about doc updates? Is the frog in every kit? Reply Quentin Harley June 18, 2013 After printing two little frogs earlier in the day, this is “mommy frog” by popular request. The orders for things are coming in thick and fast from my daughter Ilke… After seeing the great documentation of reprap Simpson, i want to do something similar, but lack software to get me there. Would be nice to be a retired billionaire inventor… Time and money is what I desperately need for this project to fly. Reply Nicholas Seward June 20, 2013 I could probably be convinced to do some drafting and diagramming on your behalf. Email me if you want to collaborate. I am laying off improving Simpson until after the Kansas City Maker Faire so I should have some time. Amazing work as always. Reply Quentin Harley June 20, 2013 This would be incredible! Thanks! I downloaded the inventor demo from autodesks website to give it a shot myself… The simpson guide is great! Cheers, Q Reply Nicholas Seward June 20, 2013 I will get to work virtualizing Morgan. You will just need to get me the list of what isometric explosions that you want and any other diagrams that would be helpful. One cool side effect is that I will be able to make you some rendered video. I suspect I should have something for you by the end of next week. Scott Mayson June 19, 2013 What an amazing printer! Totally fantastic. I noticed my ramps 1.4 fan mount hope it works well? Reply Quentin Harley June 19, 2013 Your fan mount is just what the doctor ordered. Works perfectly. The only reason I did not add it to my sources is that I do not prescribe the use of RAMPS, although I will most certainly recommend it. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. The CAPTCHA cannot be displayed. This may be a configuration or server problem. You may not be able to continue. Please visit our status page for more information or to contact us. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.