Wednesday, May 9, 2018

CR-10S vs TEVO Tornado showdown video

I recognize that the video quality on this one sucks. It's not the camera. It's the recording space. It's in badly need of an upgrade. That's why I'm going to be making some Low Poly Dinos soon. I also can't help to think that if I had an editor, or more time to learn to be an editor myself, I could do something with the long pauses in this video more than a long pause.

I sincerely hope that no one takes this as a personal jab. It's not personal against anyone but TEVO, who I can't understand how they stay in business. I'm told by some that my experience has been very atypical, which would be the only explanation. But I had a really bad experience, and I'm not going to hold back on that. Hopefully you also found it entertaining.

Surprisingly, there's only about 40 minutes of footage for this video. I didn't pause while I disassembled the TEVO. Which means it didn't really take long to tear that thing down. Of course I hardly did a complete job. I mostly did it for show. Taking it apart slowly and completely will take some additional time. I kinda want to print the bins I'm going to store the part in on the CR-10S for the irony of it as soon as I get my build plate issues ironed out.

And did anyone notice that the ties I wear are not the ones I pull off the rack? I kinda forgot what order I pulled the off, so I just put them on whatever order I wanted in the shed. C'est la vie.

I managed to squeeze in a lot of props in this video. A shout out to 3D Cults, CCTree's PETG, and of course Gearbest for sending me the 3D printer that actually worked. I can't help but feel that I may be spending too much effort making everyone happy. I know I'm spending considerable effort putting together all the links for these videos when I do this sort of thing. But it's either that or I don't give people their props, since I just do not have the time to make dedicated videos for everyone. This is my post March Madmess world.

In my head, I want to consolidate even further, with 3 videos being shot at a time, one doing a topic as I fiddle with hardware, one being a project, and the last being a hardware review. 3 interconnected videos that I can either show all at once like a TV show, or break into 3D video. It's an idea I've been kicking around for a while, I just haven't made it happen yet. But maybe soon, with a new recording space.

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