Second-Hand in the World of 3D Printing: A Great Option for Beginners and Cost Savings for Profesionals
The popularity of 3D printing is constantly increasing, and many enthusiasts already long for their own quality printer. However, not everyone can afford to buy a new device. Purchasing a used printer for those looking for quality at a reasonable price doesn't have to remain an unfulfilled dream any longer.
Do you want to print a miniature part, a designer vase, a house or even a lung? Nothing is impossible in the world of 3D printing. Come with us to take a look at the basic types of 3D printing technology, which can differ from each other in the material used, technique and energy source.
PLA, ABS, PET-G - three favorites that are not missing in the equipment of probably any 3D printing fan. But if you often wonder which filament you should use before printing, we have put together this article just for you. In it you will find a comparison of these three frequently used fibers, a summary of their properties and tips for their use.
Creality Ender 3 is among the favorites in the field of 3D printing. If you own one, or are thinking about purchasing one, come with us to take a closer look at their integral part - nozzles.
Have you already tried printing with basic filaments such as ABS or PLA and are now attracted to flexible materials? Then you are in the right place. Whether flexible filament is an unexplored area for you or you have already had the honor of using it, in the article you can read, among other things, what are the advantages and disadvantages of flexible filament and what the Shore scale (hardness scale) indicates.
Are you thinking that a textured surface printing pad could be the right one for printing your models? So you will definitely be interested in what it has advantages and disadvantages, and what to focus on before you start printing.
We would all like every print to be the same without tedious setup. Start simple, set up a profile, pick up the hardware and every print will be the same! In this article we will look at the hardware, specifically the nFep foil.
Nothing is so perfect that it cannot be improved. And this also applies to such a high-quality printer as the Prusa i3 MK3S/MK3S+ 3D printer. In the article you will find a summary of the most interesting upgrades that will make printing on this printer a little more fun.
On the market you can find printing pads made of different materials. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. We'll give you some tips on why a glass printing mat might be right for you, and how to make it easy to print on it and with great results.
Are your prints not sticking to the mat? Think you've tried everything and the printer will fly out the window? We have a few tips for you that have worked for us in our prototype workshop. There is plenty of advice on how to degrease the mat and then it goes by itself, but we will give you specific tips.