Those are some good points Fibbef, Its kind of the same for me. I am currently working on a raspberry DS kind of thing..
But if i look back on my past projects, i can honestly say the only thing that counts is the journey. Ofcourse the end product that i make has to look nice etc.. But i honestly never play my portable Nintendo's They are just for display atm and to show to friends etc...
But i immensely enjoy making them and thats what i love about this hobby
thats amazing how much such a VR machine costed... especially back in those days 49k was a **** of money... my guess for the Foog would be "The Lawnmower Man" altho alot of movies started using VR in syfy etc.
wonder what such a VR setup would be worth today ?
Thanks for the advice, im take a look at your tinkercad program At the moment i am using Autodesk Fusion 360, which while having a steep learning curve, is working wonders once you get the hang of it. I recently also printed a 3th parrt fillament holder and found a cheap adress for extra colors of PLA.
Have not printed alot with it yet, besides some Play pieces for a Game of Thrones Boardgame to create a 7th player. Came out really well, only the bottom of the pieces isnt as flat as i would want it to be.
i tried thicker walls on the bottom and even used a raft, but it still looks kinda rough. To fix that i tried using Aceton like alot of guides suggest, but it gave the area's it touched a really weird and made everything really Matt (as in losing its shine?)