Hanging out lazy on my sofa in front of the 65" TV with a bottle of whisky and some beer ... I plugged my PC to the TV, mainly to play Skyrim, but I surf a bit now and than or watch HD porns there ;-) Today was a milestone for my life. I found this review of today's state of the art 3d scanning tools with smartphones or tablets: http://3dscanexpert.com/autodesk-photogrammetry-review-recap-360/ This means probably a basic change of my life. Don't laugh! Way back in the past (~2003) I fell into deep depressions wich lingered on for more than 10 years. What happens in such case is hard to explain to people who didn't know it from own experiance. But at this time a local artist placed a bronze statue in my home town, called "Narr" (fool): When I saw it for the first time, I thought by myself: "Shit, that's me. A hollow and desperate fool." I love this sculpture. (Sorry, couldn't find a better picture and was too lazy to check my old archives.) And guess what, I will be able to place it to my living room. I was afraid, my old Samsung tablet couldn't do the job. Immediately I visited a local dealer and found this baby: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. http://www.samsung.com/de/tablets/galaxy-tab-s3-9-7-t825/SM-T825NZKADBT/?cid=de_ppc_google_pla-imecom-galaxy+tab+s3+(lte)-ecom-buy_20170325&s_kwcid=AL!281!3!188222927965!!!g!!&ef_id=VQSALwAABUmhkbiT:20170325184145:s I tested the included pen allready ... it's amazing! Writing and drawing are pure fun for pencil- and penholder-addicted guys like me. Well, the price ... ***ROLLEYES*** Fortunately my current job will linger on for a few days more than expected. And 20 additional hours of work are enough to earn all the money I need to buy it. I assume, this tablet is kinda high-flyer from Samsung again. I'm sure, I will scan the sculpture at next weekend - latest. I will make a print with the CopperFill material. And I'm pretty sure it'll give good benefit to me. Furthermore I tested flexible PLA with my 3d-printer. Holly shit, guys, I can print rubber parts! The reason was the dental prothesis I got from a dentist lately. It's pretty stiff and aggravating. So I asked a former colleague for a scan of it and treated it in Rhino a bit. And I printed my own version with flexible material. It's already better than the original from the dentist but not perfect yet. A work in progress even. But nonetheless a breathtaking new opprtunity: print flexible parts! Stay tuned!