Waiting for the final pieces of equipment gives us time to return to our neglected studies. Payment gateways require HTML applications, research into marketing and advertising, a webinar session with organic modeling software with continuing online classes, and the further application of modeling designs in the areas of engineering and product design, manufacturing, model making and entertainment, and jewelry.
Last week, a few hours were dedicated to the Redd School, where our expertise in 3D design software was offered to the school’s Robotics class. There are some very sharp individuals there, not yet into their teen years. They will go far. I will attend another session with that class this Friday.
Our shop is now well organized with all tools and equipment in place. I hope to hear from the kiln supplier at the end of next week, regarding delivery of that item. All that remains is the 3D printer, held from order in hopes of their competitors’ promised product release, not forthcoming after all. The 3D printer manufacturer, Formlabs, assures that the item is in stock and available for immediate delivery, which I intend to close on by Tuesday, first of November. It should arrive at the same time as the kiln, if not before.
Quote of the week:
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.