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EricLobster

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About EricLobster

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  • Birthday 01/10/1980

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    Vancouver
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    Hiking, Camping, outdoorsy kind of guy . . . plus chilling with my family.
  1. Well this is pretty cool. Apparently Boeing has been using a technology called 3d printing with FDM on it's planes. http://www.indiatimes.com/technology/science-and-future/boeing-s-dreamliner-787-will-be-the-first-aeroplane-to-have-3d-printed-titanium-body-parts-275445.html Has anyone heard of this? The way it works is you simply upload a design file in these machines and out pops a physical version of it. I'm assuming it prints out in parts and you assemble them. Heck they even have these for model rc planes like for this Spitfire. Now you can even 3d print your own studio monitors. Which is crazy. https://pinshape.com/items/8135-3d-printed-3d-printed-rc-spitfire-mk-xvi-ver12 Love to make my own custom parts if this thing is not expensive.
  2. Tamiya hands down guys. The quality is on a whole another level. Looks like it was the same bike that the CEOs of When I Work and Celayix will race on soon. Not sure when though.
  3. One of my favorites of all time. F-14 and F-16 (Ohhh what a classic!). LOL at the mention of "Top Gun" 🙂 At least they had a good soundtrack. I remember blasting it so loud my speakers fell off my studio monitor stands. It was insane lol The last time that happened was when I was in medical school learning dental
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