Here is a behind-the-scenes tour of the “labs” area. In no particular order:
There is the totally excellent Sienci LongMill
And the scrappy but fun Anycubic Photon (original version) and a DIY curing station (agitation tank not shown). My favorite part of the curing station are the magnetic clasps wrapped in shipping tape that give a very satisfying “snap” when the lid is closed. See if you can find them.
The venerable GridBot White (other colors ahead) which is also the largest GridBot here with a 300x300x450 build volume
Glowforge. Not much to say here other than it totally rocks. But I hate that it’s entirely closed/proprietary.
GridBots Green and Purple. Each printer is a slightly different configuration or evolution of the build process. Green has a 0.3 nozzle for finer work.
GridBot Black is disassembled while I work out a BLTouch issue
The latest toy is this scope. Here my son is using it to debug a faulty MacBook motherboard.
DIY MiniMill. It used to be a Sienci MillOne, but the MDF was destroyed in a flood. CAD model available, but not one I want share since I’m still working on improving rigidity.
This is only here to shame my son into cleaning up his workstation
And his latest project which is a miniature vacuum former. Should be completed later today.