Maya for 3D Printing - Rapid Prototyping
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# 1 03-08-2003 , 09:14 AM
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survival techniques...

if someone knows the survival techniques for high temperature environments im interested, its 11:00am and its 35ºC inside the house... I think ill go to the mall or somewhere with air conditioning... But sooner or later ill have to return...

Is there so damn hot as here?





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# 2 03-08-2003 , 10:11 AM
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# 3 03-08-2003 , 11:24 AM
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noticed we have both red and hot icons?
subconscious thing?

# 4 03-08-2003 , 12:11 PM
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what about buying a notebook and sitting in the a/c shopping mall and do maya there user added image

# 5 03-08-2003 , 12:32 PM
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move somewhere cold like scotland.... that's my world user added image we dont know what this mysterious thing you call the "sun" is all about (Although i now live in bournemouth where it's really hot outside... user added image))

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# 6 03-08-2003 , 07:11 PM
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ok, who the heck uses Celcius?? Can you give me a real temp... in F. And it was 101 F here for like 5 days begining of the week.


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# 7 03-08-2003 , 07:11 PM
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I'd personally RATHER it be hotter than blazes, because here in Minnesota, it get's so cold we actually have the weatherman give the public a "wind-chil" factor, as well as a "skin-frost" factor.


so cold.... so cold..... shiver...


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# 8 03-08-2003 , 08:17 PM
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My room hit 32 degrees today, its been blazing hot outside for a couple of days now. I have all the windows open and an electric fan going and Im still oozing juices everywhere :p


# 9 03-08-2003 , 09:08 PM
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23:00pm 36.5ºC inside... 40 Otside Max temp today outside 46.7ºC... I think im dying... DAMN since when we have same temperature in madrid than in cairo?




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# 10 04-08-2003 , 12:38 AM
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AHH! Some one give me a link to a converter. You say it hit 32 in your room. That would freeze the cup of water I have sitting on my desk in F. 46.7? Thats te temp it gets in Febuary in F. Im so confused. haha.

I like it being cold rather than hot. Cold, just warm up. Get a blanket, or 5. Hot, nothen you can do about it!


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# 11 04-08-2003 , 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by ragecgi
I'd personally RATHER it be hotter than blazes, because here in Minnesota, it get's so cold we actually have the weatherman give the public a "wind-chil" factor, as well as a "skin-frost" factor.


so cold.... so cold..... shiver...



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# 12 04-08-2003 , 08:06 AM
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Originally posted by Ultragames
AHH! Some one give me a link to a converter. You say it hit 32 in your room. That would freeze the cup of water I have sitting on my desk in F. 46.7? Thats te temp it gets in Febuary in F. Im so confused. haha.

I like it being cold rather than hot. Cold, just warm up. Get a blanket, or 5. Hot, nothen you can do about it!

so i wonder... do you americans have big quantities of alcohol waiting to be freezed?
whats the point in starting the scale in the point where alcohol freezes?, well i supose is useful at nightclubs, but...

# 13 04-08-2003 , 10:50 AM
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# 14 04-08-2003 , 10:54 AM
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yep i don´t understand F as well ... Celsius rulez user added image even so Kelvin is the only real unit ....

so i got abou 303 K ( 30 C) and for Berlin that´s quite a lot. but i don´t care about it much, because heat doesn´t bother me a all (as long as it is not humit), and 30 is not 46 user added image
and, i am at work, and so i just work slower ...

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