> This is the first time that I can think of that a population directly voted in the affirmative to collapse their economy.
In fact, that happens so often, political scientists have a term for it: "populism". It's very popular in some parts of the world.
Mostly not in the
Everything is a bit 80s today, haven't you noticed?
Jurassic and Terminator was just released, they are making new Top Gun.
no wonder your prints are not lasting, you are using PLA
Also, even ABS is best printed with strong cooling at around 280C+
Very strong layer bonding, less warping. Those parts last better too.
some cool things you've been making
I have made practical, durable, every day objects.
From small things like keychains to maxing out the envelope of a usual 3d printer. Hell, i even have 3d printed parts under the hood of my race car
and they are researching into making 3d printing CHEAPER than injection molding, and they are already getting pretty darn close!
lol. Quite to the contrary.
True - ABS has limited heat cycles, and lowish glass transition temperature, but it's not immediately liquid @ 105C.
I've been using velocity stacks made from ABS on a race car for almost a year now - no issues what-so-ever, even tho it's the cheapest kind of ABS and isn't chemical resistant. They work brilliantly.
Nylon parts i've been using as well, harder to print due to the prep tho, but from Nylon which has even lower glass transition temperature car manufacturers make intake manifolds these days - even for turbocharged. Glass transition of 85C.
I know our servers won't accept it either since they don't even listen on it, are you saying Google is unusual in not accepting IPv6 only email? 'cause I reckon that's "standard".
Yes, Google is unusual - they do listen on IPv6 SMTP, but they reject the incoming mail as possible spam way more often than when it is being sent to them over IPv4. I had the same problem, and I had to explicitly force IPv4 for outgoing SMTP to Google in my Postfix configuration.
> it's an acronym for 'dynamic host configuration protocol,' and is a key building block of network management.
The above explanation is a clear proof that Slashdot is not a "news for nerds" site anymore.
Probably by writing a reply.
Power corrupts. And atomic power corrupts atomically.