Tuesday, December 12, 2017
I have just recently acquired a Bibo 3d printer. When I got it, the SD card (that contained the instructions for putting it together) was not there.
The printer was about 75% assembled. I looked online to find the instructions or the user manual for assembly, but I had a hard time locating them. I just got the instruction manual so I figured I would make it easier for people to find.
So if you have a Bibo 3d printer.... Click here to view the user manual for Bibo 3d Printer
So if you have a Bibo 3d printer.
Saturday, June 17, 2017
I made this tree for a VBS (Vacation Bible School). This tree stands nearly 12 feet tall and is nearly that wide.
I had to make it in a shop that has a ceiling of 8 foot and it had to be transportable.
I started off making about a 7 foot tall frame from 2x4s. I wanted the bottom to curve in some and not be a square tree. So the I cut 45 degree angles on two of the pieces.
Posted by Jeff at 5:35 PM