The Maker Lab at Studio 300 has the Hic Top CR-10 3D Printer available for your 3D project. The CR-10 can print big models, the max printing size is 300x300x400mm/11x11x15 inches. Studio 300 has many PLA colors available @ .10 / gram. Here are the details:
Printing Size： 300*300*400mm
Layer thickness: 0.05-0.4mm (adjustable)
Nozzle temp: 250 degree C
Extruder temperature: PLA: 210 C
Hot bed temperature: PLA: 60 C
Printing Speed：Normal: 80mm/s, Max.: 200mm/s
Stop by and check it out. Studio 300 staff will be on hand to answer questions and help you with your project during open shop hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-8 p.m. and Saturdays, 2-4 p.m.
Listen as Joe and Adriana react to this year’s Academy Award nominees and single out their picks of who will take home the statues. It’s a close race between these two movie buffs this year as they vie for bragging rights of picking the most winners.
Don’t forget that once again Joe and Adriana host the Oscars After Hours program here at Fountaindale Public Library on Sunday, March 4 starting at 5 p.m.
Proper lighting can be an afterthought when you’re busy taking a photo or making a video. In Studio 300 both our A and B/C spaces have terrific preset lighting. But what do you do if you need lighting in the field? Choose from one of our two LED light kits (one 3-light or one 4-light kit). Both provide bright, dimmable light so you can get the right look.
This Staff Pick brought to you by Steve. Stop by Studio 300 and see these lights in action.
Light is the key to great imagery. Poor lighting = Disappointing results. Enter the Dracast on-camera light. You get 160 LEDs, dimmer, and color temperature adjustment. Add its two batteries that last for hours, mount to a camcorder or DSLR, and get ready to make your videos look better.
This Staff Pick brought to you by Joe. Stop by Studio 300 and see this device in action.
Writers the world over nod when hearing what Hemingway said: “The only kind of writing is rewriting.” Rare is the first draft of anything ready to unleash on the public. Writers continue to rely on skilled, professional editors to catch mistakes and add that final sheen to a manuscript. And while self-editing your work will never replace working with an actual editor, there are basic steps to take that will lead to stronger drafts. Also, technology can assist via editing software that helps tweak your writing.
Sign-up for our upcoming class, Self-Editing Tips for Writers, on Wednesday, January 17 at 7 p.m. You’ll walk away from the program with many ways to take your writing project further.
Also, Studio 300 provides free access to the premium ProWritingAid app. This cloud-based software makes numerous suggestions, catches errors, offers grammar tips, and magnifies common problems–many of the areas a real-life editor would address. To use the full version, stop by Studio 300 and we’ll log you in. Then, paste in your text and run the ProWritingAid reports to start making a real difference in your writing.
In this special episode of LLC, Joe and Adriana discuss their first impressions of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In previous episodes (9 & 10), they predicted what might be in the new movie. Find out if they were right or wrong along with their thoughts on the direction the Stars Wars franchise is heading. Warning: Major spoiler ALERT for this episode! Many details and scenes of the movie are discussed.
Available for checkout now at Studio 300 is the Optoma HD142X Home Theater Projector. This full HD projector is great for movies and games. All you need is a Blu-ray/DVD player or computer/game console with HDMI outputs and a screen (or a wall) to project on. Here are its specs:
Brightness of 3000 Lumens
Full HD (1920 x 1080) Native Resolution
1.1x Zoom and 1.48 to 1.62:1 Throw Ratio
Two HDMI 1.4a In, One with MHL Support
Projection Distance 3.3 to 32.8′ (1 to 10 m)
Image Size 27.9 to 305.3″ (70.8 to 775.5 cm)
The projector can be checked out from Studio 300 for up to three days.
A long long time ago … well, not really; it happened last week … Joe and Adriana sat down for a long discussion on all things Stars Wars. In this second in-depth, two-part series they will attempt to cover many subjects revolving around everyone’s favorite space saga: from its early beginnings to the up-and-coming Last Jedi movie and finishing on where the future of the franchise is heading.