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Some more macro work in the garden

With all the hot weather we’ve been experiencing in the U.K. lately, I have had to go out most nights with the hose to stop the Missus’ plants from perishing.  I noticed Superhydrophobicity at work on the Bulrush leaves so I went out today to macro the effect.  Wasn’t expecting my little mate to be there as well.  I am always amazed at the length of the antennae on these little beauties.

Some more 3D prints from the Anet A6

I had a little break from the 3D printing over the Christmas period, but bought 3 reels of Rigid.Ink PLA a couple of days back to get some more work done.

First off the printer was a “Cusp Catastrophe” in Rigid.Ink Gold/Bronze PLA.  This mathematical object has been printed out for an American Mathematics Lecturer friend of mine to use in his teaching.

Other images show Moai in Natural, Gold/Bronze. White, Trans Blue and Black PLA.

Finally, as I had the camera out, there is a pic of all my prints up to date (except for Alexa top left and the Egyptian Cat Bookend top right).