Content tagged 3d-printing
OpenSCAD is awesome. It gives you the ability to code up your 3D models and keep them readably under version control. But, despite the coolness, OpenSCAD has a bunch of limitations. This post introduces a system called GhostSCAD as a way around some of them.
I need a NAS for the same reason that everyone needs a NAS. Unfortunately, I don't have a server room, so I need one that does not make any noise when idle. I could not find one, so I decided to build it. This post contains the bill of materials and a walkthrough the design and 3d printing of a NAS chassis.