Which filament diameter is better: 1.75mm or 3mm?

The following article tries to clarify the differences between the filaments of diameter 1,75mm and 3mm (3mm filament is the same diameter and 2,85mm), a question that many users of 3D printing tend to have before acquiring a 3D printer. Leer más…

Wood takes 3D printing

Once again thanks to FFF/FDM technology and wood filaments, all users of 3D printers can realize their ideas quickly, economically and independently with a real wood finish on all their pieces. Leer más…

5 STL File Download Websites

STL files are most commonly used to make 3D models, ahead of OBJ files, by the vast majority of the 3D printing community. Leer más…

Tips for 3D Printing: After Printing

To finish off the "Tips for 3D Printing" series, the following article focuses on tips after 3D printing, including how to separate the part from the base and cleaning the extruder after using materials that contain fibers, which are prone to generate jams, such as the PLA-Carbon Fiber. Leer más…

Tips for 3D Printing: During printing

Following with the previous article, below is the most important tips during 3D printing to avoid mistakes and failures, such as jams in the extruder or warping and cracking, produced by drafts outside the 3D printer. Leer más…
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