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Stock lock key, tumber and 3d printed keyNirav Patel looks like he likes to play with some diverse toys and has shared much at his blog.  Lately it seems he’s taken to 3D printing and offers a some useful tidbits in Physical Keygen: Duplicating House Keys on a 3D Printer.

 

Also, WeatherSpark.com is something I’ve been looking for a long time.  Thank you StumbleUpon!  It’s an easy to navigate way to have a look at historic weather data.  I don’t know how much it covers, but in my area it goes all the way back to 1980!  Looking at temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, thunderstorms and more!

So again I wanted to work on putting together the next piece in the EMC2 Servo lab series tonight only to thwart myself.  I shot a bunch of pictures last night with my newly rehabilitated camera. When I sat down today my iPhoto library was kinda corrupted so I decided to rebuild it.  Well right there I lost about 3 hours of access to my pics so I decided to play around a bit with iMovie instead as I know I’ll want to include some video later on, so here’s a quick demo of my apparatus cycling.

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Well I’d planned on spending the evening snapping pics and scratching out the next part in the inkjet and servo lab series, but when I pulled my trusty Olympus SP-350 out of the backpack, I discovered it made some odd grinding noises, extended and retracted the lens a couple times eventually displaying “Zoom Error” on the screen. ARGH!!!

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