In the previous log I mentioned to create a plasma printer and here it is:
As can be seen in the video, the print quality isn't overwhelming but it is a nice machine to explain how things work in general when electricity destroys paper in a hacker's way ;-)
It's no breakthrough in printing technology which is why development of this machine won't go on for my this year's Hackaday price entry, however the build instruction is available on my pages:
Part of the Hackaday Prize are mentor sessions which is why I had an interesting talk with Sophi Kravitz. She told me to focus on less projects to make clear what path I try to go (something I am sometimes in doubt of...) As a conclusion I will continue working on my filament extruder (details coming soon) and my CNC without ball bearings for the rest of the time (August 31st is getting closer...).