Eustathios Spider V2

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eclsnowman
eclsnowman
over 8 years
Mark: This line of printers is based on its predecessors: Tantillus: By Sublime, http://forums.reprap.org/list.php?279/, similar to the name Tantalus (Tantalus was a Greek mythological figure, most famous for his eternal punishment in Tartarus). T-slot Tantillus: By GoopyPlastic (aka Brad Hill), https://github.com/goopyplastic/tslot-tantillus, Same name convention applies. Ingentis: By Tim Rastall, http://ingentistst.blogspot.com/, I cannot find a definition for Ingentis so I can only assume it is just based on a similar sounding name to Tantillus. Eustathios: by Jason Smith, https://github.com/jasonsmit4/Eustathios, Greek: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eustathius_of_Thessalonica. Then my first iteration I called the Eustathios Spider because I made some changes from Jason's design and of course the color scheme. V2 had more pronounced changes. And I made HercuLien too which is based on what I learned building the Eustathios, and has a Latin theme to it's name of course. I like the naming conventions myself, and it pays homage to it's fathers. But I guess to each their own.
Mark_Rehorst
Mark_Rehorst
over 8 years
Why do so many 3D printers have such awful names? My next printer will be called "Ycnàgnnisssz" or "Aiueb Gnshal"

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