[Beowulf] SC18: Beowulf Video and Other Cool Stuff
deadline at eadline.org
Thu Nov 8 17:56:08 PST 2018
sure it does, but what you mostly see is back and forth (X and Y),
movement on the Z access is hard to see (unless you are printing
a toothpick on end.
> If it's a 3D printer, won't it go up and down, too?
> On 11/08/2018 02:55 PM, Douglas Eadline wrote:
>> If you are attending SC18, please stop by the SC18 30th anniversary
>> display (in lobby D) There you can hang out in comfy chairs (with
>> and watch a short Beowulf documentary video, talk to other Beowulfers,
>> watch a 3D printer go back and forth.
>> Here is the press release:
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