The community has done a great job developing software for the Model 1. Unfortunately, the Model 2 is not compatible with Model 1 software due to the new machine's motor types and new low-level libraries (provided by the motor manufacturer). Two Cornell undergraduates during the Spring of 2009 tried to integrate the new Model 2 machine with the Model 1 software, but met difficulties integrating the new machine's libraries with the Model 1 software.
Just wanted to share a print I recently did on the Fab@Home. For the build material, I used FabEpoxy, which is a material made for Fab@Home by Kraftmark (http://www.kraftmark.biz). The material is great for printing stiff parts. FabEpoxy's work life is about three hours once the two parts are mixed together, and it takes about a day or two to fully cure (a lamp speeds this along).