Utensils Separator – v2 – 10/2/15

It was time for version 2 of the Utensils Separator as Utensils Separator – version 1 on 24/2/15 had run its course.

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Pic 4. The length of version 2 Utensils separator does not run the full length of the container. Full length is not necessary though, see Pics 2 & 3.

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Pic 1. Both ends of version 1 of the Utensils Separator where the rubber bands hook on, had broken off,

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Pic 2.

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Pic 3. Once the forks and spoons sit on the base of this utensils separator, it adds stability.

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CraftWare: Installation issue with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 – 23/3/17

CraftWare: Installation issue with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 – 23/3/17

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As a happy owner of CraftBot 3D printer (since Dec 2014) from CraftUnique, we get the opportunity to regular update the CraftWare “… a FREE, fast, easy-to-use slicer software that converts your digital 3D object into a .gcode toolpath format understood by most 3D printers.”

I am using a HP laptop running Windows 10.

On 25th February 2017, I downloaded CW 1.14, CP 1.04 || 2016.05.09

Everything seems to be downloaded properly, but when I clicked the CraftWare application to commence installation the error window popped up:

*It was psanyi, my fellow CraftBoter who commented on the situation and advised the solution to me:
“That MSVCP120.DLL is part of the “Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013” package from Microsoft. I would try to download the latest version from Microsoft directly and update. You have to select your language and processor type.”

I tried what psanyi advised >…

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CraftWare: Installation issue with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 – 23/3/17

CraftWare: Installation issue with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 – 23/3/17

As a happy owner of CraftBot 3D printer (since Dec 2014) from CraftUnique, we get the opportunity to regular update the CraftWare “… a FREE, fast, easy-to-use slicer software that converts your digital 3D object into a .gcode toolpath format understood by most 3D printers.”

I am using a HP laptop running Windows 10.

On 25th February 2017, I downloaded CW 1.14, CP 1.04 || 2016.05.09

Everything seems to be downloaded properly, but when I clicked the CraftWare application to commence installation the error window popped up:

*It was psanyi, my fellow CraftBoter who commented on the situation and advised the solution to me:
“That MSVCP120.DLL is part of the “Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013” package from Microsoft. I would try to download the latest version from Microsoft directly and update. You have to select your language and processor type.”

I tried what psanyi advised > downloaded & installed “vcredist_x86.exe” & WOW! It works!

Grateful to psanyi for helping me and it has been a valuable learning experience for me.

Awake my soul – 13/1/17

Possessing Our Possessions

“Open the eyes of my heart Lord, I want to see You”

Running? No thank you. It is something that I shun. So, when I began running in December 2016, I hope that it would be a testimony of my Walk in Faith with my Lord Jesus Christ.

From that faithful day, on 4th December 2016, during the Standard Chartered Marathon 2016 (SCM 2016) when Kawabata san, my Japanese sensei called out to me (I was a volunteer at the SCM 2016), which triggered my running engine, there is no looking back. The following are memorable to me:

In december 2016, my Brother in Christ, Kok Seng told me about 42race.com.

From then on, I have ran 2 virtual runs. Don’t be misled by the term “virtual run”. Fact is, the runs are real.

Xmas Race 2016

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New Year Resolution 2017
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2 exciting runs which my friends and me are…

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