3d Print

  1. Can the Bambu X1 Print Carbon Filament?

    The X1C (C for Carbon) model is a nice upgrade to the X1. It has all the features the X1 has, plus an Activated Carbon Filter, Auxiliary Part Cooling Fan, Chamber Monitoring Camera, and Hardened Steel Extruder Gears/Nozzle. The Key options here are the Hardened Steel bits. These little bits allow the printer to use […]

  2. Can I use the Bambu AMS to switch between different materials like ABS and PLA in a single print?

    Now this is something that I would love to see in a Multi-filament system. I tried it with the Prusa MMU3 but found the issue to be with the way the filament is tensioned. In the MMU, all the filaments must be similar to be gripped properly. Harder filaments were gripped too hard and deformed […]

  3. There is no one "best" 3D printer

    There is no one “best” 3D printer. Not even one to rule them all. It largely depends on your specific needs and budget. However, some popular 3D printers in the market currently are: Ultimately, the best 3D printer for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences, such as the size of your intended […]

  4. How long to let 3d print cool?

    It is generally recommended to allow 3D prints to cool down before removing them from the printer bed for several reasons: Therefore, waiting until the print has completely cooled down is best before removing it from the printer bed. The exact amount of time required for cooling will depend on the size and material of […]

  5. 3d Printing Technologies

    There are a couple of handfuls of 3d printing technologies currently, and people will develop more as we explore material science. Essentially 3d printing is taking a digital model and building a physical copy. All 3d printers take a material and build layer by layer to print the objects. The difference between the technologies is […]

  6. Vase for a Friend

    Vase for a Friend

    This website contains affiliate links that we are paid commissions from if you click them and purchase products. The Story So one of the great things about having a 3d Printer is the ability to tell a friend they can have anything they want for their birthday as long as they can find an STL […]

  7. The Common Cure for Failed Prints

    The Common Cure for Failed Prints

    When done right. First Layer, Improves the print quality and success!

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