Many have asked for advice to improve 3D prints and here we want to propose 7 tricks to improve 3D prints, to help you get the most out of it! Improve 3D prints: 1) a well-maintained machine. First of all, you can proceed with these little checks. A single drop of low-viscosity oil, such as […]
We will publish as much support as possible 3d printing support guides, from the use of modeling programs, the functioning of the Slicer, and above all we will dedicate ourselves to the practical part of 3D printing.
The first approaches to the machine can be brutal if we are not sufficiently prepared or we can not find the right information. We are at your side! Browse all the following pages and search for the guide you need.
In this very short guide we will discuss the checking power supply for the correct functioning of our 3d printer. Obviously the guide can be extended to any type of power supply of any object that works with electric current. We must start by saying that the electronics of some 3D printers is not as […]
Some time ago, on Valentine’s Day, I happened to failed to print small details of these roses. Objectively, the rendering of the design was excellent and I came up with the idea of producing a few smaller ones, to decorate the gift packages. Immediately came up against some physical limits that I did not interpret […]
A well leveled printing build plate is essential to get good prints. That’s why its very important to know how to level the bed. This process is rather simple if we know how to do it. And if the printer does not suffer bumps or does not work too much to detach the prints, this […]
One of the most useful options of slicer programs is the automatic creation of supports, where you need it, without any specifications. Supports Settings By setting the pattern, the filling percentage, the distance from the model for all the axes (even if the fundamental is Z) the program will create for us a support base […]
As we have already said, and we will continue to repeat it in the future, for the adhesion to the printing bed there are a few really salient and decisive phases, and the analysis of the first layer is even the most important.A nice first layer without smudges and very smooth guarantees us 90% of […]
Clogged nozzle is very common. By its very nature, the 3D printer is a work machine. A part from the inevitable affection that at some point you feel for everything that gives us satisfaction. It has to work. This means that it must constantly moving and melt kilometers of filament. And then, this melted filament […]
There are plenty of ways to start talking about motor drivers and their adjustments (Vref adjustment). We want to be traditional and answer the essential questions: What is Vref? What is it for? The Driver is the electronic device that drives the stepper motor (step by step) through the translation of signals that a processor […]
If you are now approaching the world of 3D printing and you can not find some key points from which to start, therefore here I will try to offer you some: ABS vs PLA. This is to say, this is a mini guide on how to handle and what to expect from the 2 most […]
Bridging is a term used when you are printing a flat horizontal part of the model in mid-air. Although the use of a support structure may be a solution, there are other more functional solutions. This guide will try to explain which settings are recommended to achieve the best results for bridge-like objects. Bridging: Tricks […]