So what's up with the F@H project? As far as I can tell, this forum and the FabStudio launchpad page are dead. I like the F@H project, and I don't want to see the users abandoned. I think the best thing that could happen for the F@H community would be a nice, big, detail-filled update on the status of the project. That being said, I understand everyone is busy during the academic calendar.
I'm a biomedical engineering grad student using a heavily redesigned F@H2 for various things in Tissue Engineering, and I've reached a turning point where I could either abandon the F@H2 or try to make it work for our project. Our lab specializes in MSC's(a type of stem cell) and would like to use the F@H2 to generate "printed" tissues, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to use the FabStudio application for our printing purposes. We are worried that FabStudio's shortcomings will force us to abandon the F@H2. If we end up halting the F@H2 operation, I'll be sure to share our upgraded design for it.
The only way we can see ourselves using the F@H2 in our project is if a new version of the software is introduced relatively soon. I am having nothing but problems trying to run the source code. That being said, I am nothing close to talented with c++, especially qt.
Anyhow, here's to hoping the project stays strong!