Whew, I was getting a little nervous. Supplies have been dwindling and resupply was almost non-existent. We are working with a reshipper now that can get us product form Sweden, Switzerland, Germany , China, Japan and Taiwan in a reasonable time frame. Which beats sending everybody out on airplanes with empty suitcases and returning with […]
we found a 12,000sf warehouse in Kingman, Az. I was afraid we would have to build one from scratch. Ammon wants to live on site, so we are taking 2,000sf of the space and building him a home inside the warehouse. Amanda and Anna both are getting their own rooms, which they are really happy […]
Prusa MK3S+ Carbon Fiber Y-Carriage Well, it is an interesting experiment if nothing else. Looking to lighten the weight of the Y-Carriage. Existing aluminum Y-carriages weigh in at 220 grams, our experimental, all carbon fiber Y-Carriage comes in at 203 grams. Pretty sure with some aggressive lightening hole placement we could reduce that by another […]
One sort of job requires people to follow a recipe. Another, better sort of job requires people to understand the recipe. If you understand it, that means you can change it. You have resilience and insight and the leverage to make it better. Teach all your people to be chefs. Know the recipe, but don’t […]
No one freely buys anything unless it’s worth more than it costs. And so, in a competitive market, organizations will compete to capture as little value as they can afford to, offering the most surplus to the customer, because that’s how they can grow and thrive. And monopolies (and organizations that would like to profit […]
The most delightful birthday present. My wife bought a piece of my favorite artists (September McGee) work. Septembers work always makes me feel melancholy. With art, I only ask that you don’t bore me, make me feel something. Melancholy is good.