3d printing: a beginner’s guide

After having studied 3D printing theoretically for a long time, I recently started with the acquisition of my first printer. So I went through the different phases of a beginner. I propose to share with you my feedback through various articles.

3D printer assembly 3D printing: from assembly to the first successful impression

Have you almost decided to take the plunge? Now you need to choose your 3D printer. Once received, it will also have to be mounted and configured correctly. Nothing very complicated there, but a lot of points to take into account and respect to increase your chances of success for your impressions.

Do you want to buy a 3D printer? You just received it and you start editing? This article is for you .


3D printing: common issues and how to fix them

You will quickly realize that 3d printing is not always as simple as it seems. You will encounter various problems, in particular with grip, but also with gravity. Don’t worry, this is completely normal, and for every problem there is a solution.?

Are you starting your first impressions? Here are the problems you will face, and how to solve them.

Cura rotation and positioning 3D printing: using Cura for finer settings

Always with the idea of ​​maximizing your chances of success in your prints, and to have the best possible result, it is important to know a minimum of settings on your slicing software. This is the software that will generate the file for your printer. It will pass it on the fly the different settings to apply, and there are a number of them.

Are you progressing in your impressions, do you want to go further and start discovering the slightly finer settings of your slicing software? Meet here.

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