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Big MamaCetus is Hot

Cetus MK3 Double Mama's
The replacement hot end arrived and was immediately installed into my Tiertime Cetus MK3. It is the printer closest to the camera with the dark (heated) print bed. The Cetus in the background is a standard MK3 without heated bed or auto leveling. She is new and is the replacement for my first Cetus, a MK2. Both use the same heater block (red in pic...
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The Printer I Hate to Love

V2hotend Stripped threads in block.
The printer I hate to love. That's how I have to describe my affair with the Tiertime Cetus 3D printer. It's a wonderful minimalist 3D printer with more than its share of problems. When it is working and printing, it can produce excellent prints. Tiertime is always changing (evolving) both the design and the software. The big issue for me is solid ...
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Simplify and the Next Unit of Computing

NUCdb NUC dual boot PC
NUC is Intel's acronym for "Next Unit of Computing". I have three NUC PCs. Two that work and one fried by lightning. I should say I only have two NUCs. On one NUC I decided to set up a dual boot with both a WIN10 and a LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) operating systems. Dual boot such as this is not a new experience for me. But this is my firs...
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The New T.E.DATUM Blog

The year is 2020 A.D. and the month is November. Dates of publication will appear with each post. This is the first official post for the Tippecanoe Electronic Datum (T.E.Datum) blog. There was a demo post provided by the creators of the software (StackIdeas) but I don't consider that as an official first post. I am Daniel Kautz, creator of T.E.Dat...
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