Grass Widow

Grass Widow is an indie rock band from San Francisco, made up of Raven Mahon on guitar and vocals, Hannah Lew on bass and vocals, and Lillian Maring on drums and vocals. Grass Widow has released three studio albums, the self titled, Grass Widow in 2009, Past Time in 2010, and Internal Logic in 2012.

Grass Widow Videos

I have posted a page with all the Grass Widow YouTube videos. There is a link called “videos” at the top of this page. Or just click here.

The following titles are included with more coming soon…

Fried Egg
Goldilocks Zone
Give Me Shapes
Uncertain Memory
To Where

How 3D Printing Works

3D printing can be defined as formation of three dimensional objects from a digital-file. The production of these 3-dimensional strong items is accomplished by utilization of added substance forms. The added substance techniques permit you to make a strong question by setting down progressive layers of material. The layers are seen in the last question as flimsy cuts of flat cross-areas.

How Does 3D Printing Work?

The primary a piece of the methodology includes making a virtual outline of the article. The virtual configuration of the 3D item is made by a 3D system or 3D scanner to process a Computer Aided Design (CAD) document. A 3D scanner is utilized to duplicate an existing article while a 3D system is utilized to make a completely new 3D item. The computerized record is then ready for printing by cutting the last protest into various flat layers. Later, the record is transferred to the 3D printer for the last process. The 3D printer utilizes the record or computerized model as an aide. It then stores infinitesimally thin cuts or layers of materials orderly until the 3D item develops. The crude materials used to make these layers are normally glass, metal, clay powder or engineered tar.

3D Technologies and Methods

Diverse printers use distinctive sorts of 3D innovation to make objects. In spite of the fact that there are a few 3D techniques and innovations, most utilize added substance forms. The most well-known 3D systems and advances are intertwined statement demonstrating (FDM), stereolithography (SLA) and specific laser sintering (SLS).

Melded Deposition Modeling (FDM)

FDM engineering uses a metal wire or plastic fiber to make objects. The fiber or wire loosens up from a loop to supply crude material to a heated/hot expulsion spout. The wire or fiber is equipped for controlling the stream by turning it off or on when vital. The warmed expulsion spout can move in vertical or level bearings to liquefy the crude material. Its development is controlled by a numerical framework that is likewise controlled by CAM (Computer-supported Manufacturing) programming. The dissolved material solidifies instantly after it is expelled from the spout to structure layers which make a 3D article.

FDM innovation accompanies a product that can consequently make help structures, if fundamental. The product empowers the printer to apportion two materials. One material makes the 3D model while alternate makes a disposable help structure for the article.

Specific Laser Sintering (SLS)

SLS innovation makes 3D items utilizing a high-control laser that wires minor particles of the crude material into a mass. The laser filters the layers or level cuts and after that specifically intertwines them on the surface of the powder bunk. After the laser has filtered each one layer, it expands the powder cot by one layer thickness. The printer rehashes this methodology until the fancied item is finished.

All unused powder from the crude material is left in place and turns into a help structure for the 3D item. The unused powder can additionally be utilized to make an alternate item or for future printing. This system has preference over SLA in that the methodology makes a help structure for the item.