Best 3D Printers
FDM vs SLA: Direct Comparison Guide
As printing technologies progress & evolve, it is wise to keep up with the trends and advancements.
It is these type of changes that bring you better equipment and printing capabilities while bringing down the cost of older technologies you once could not afford.
We, therefore, look at the main differences between FDM & SLA and which one best suits you!
3Doodler PRO Pen Review
The PRO version of the 3Doodler has finally hit the market.
The multipurpose freehand pen that is catered for professionals from all walks of life, allows you to draw your 3D models in thin air next to no time.
It has been seriously upgraded from its predecessors, offering a whole host of new features.
Find out more: 3Doodler PRO pen review
MakerGear M2: The Ultimate Guide
Introducing the ultimate guide for setting up and using one of the best valued 3D printers on the market.
The MakerGear M2 is so versatile, that it is ideal for both entry and professional level users.
So if you are looking for everything you need to know on this printer, look no further and check out this ultimate MakerGear M2 guide.
3d printing problems and solutions
There are literally hundreds of things that can cause printing issues, such as warping, oozing, nozzle blockages, under extrusion and so on.
This is why I have developed this ultimate troubleshooting guide to fixing common 3d printing problems
A Mini Intro To My 3D Printer Site
The main goal of this small website is to provide as much information covering 3D printers as possible, while also supplying tips and tricks on how to fix printer issues inexpensively.
Often it can be difficult to pinpoint the source of the problem as in many circumstances it can be a combination of problems.
Along with this, some articles will be on printer guides on specific makes and models, along with my personal reviews on certain products that I may feel are good, useful or simply cool!
I have included a blog to complement the site, but rather than talking about 3D printers, I wanted to discuss the other end of the spectrum… the creation of the models which are required before any form of printing is possible.
Being able to model your 3D models ready for print is an integral part of printing. Let’s be honest, how boring will it get printing off ready-made 3D models, when you can actually make your own creations?
By no means is learning how to model easy, but it is possible and can be done without using expensive software. In fact, it is entirely possible to use open source tools such as Blender (a personal favourite of mine).
It is worth noting that these models need to be sliced, which is the process of cutting up your model into many layers in order for your printer to understand what to print. I bring this up not to state the obvious, but rather to explain that not all Blender blog posts on here are related to slicing, but are often on the modelling and rendering process itself. I feel this assists with visualizing what you might want your final printed object to look like.
On that note, I hope that even though this may not be the biggest or most informative site on the web, I hope that even if you discover something new (no matter how small), then that can only be a bonus.
Wishing you all the best