Cranktown City on youtube doing all kinds of stuff with LinuxCNC

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19 Sep 2022 00:35 #252312 by tommylight
This guy builds everything he can come up with and uses LinuxCNC to control everything, from his plasma to a CO2 welder 3d printer to now an SLS printer ...
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19 Sep 2022 10:59 #252332 by my1987toyota
  That concept is an interesting step forward. Though I wonder if using a glass filament instead of glass powder
would be a better approach. From what I understand getting the glass to melt isn't the problem, getting the
glass to cool without cracking is the real trick.
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20 Sep 2022 18:45 #252428 by Bari
I use glass rods in various diameters for feedstock for CNC lamp making.

The glass bead is done this way.   

I use a synthetic sand for 3D printing molds for glass.
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