Today we’ll design a comically large magnetic push-pin you can use on your fridge or other metal surface! We’ll use Tinkercad, a free 3D modeling application that runs in your web browser.
Let’s assemble the WiFi print monitor that works with OctoPrint! This was the project from the September 2019 Alien3D UFO Mystery Box, and I built it into a teeny-tiny Mac Classic!
Hey, I got the October 2019 Alien3D UFO Mystery Box! Inside, there are filament samples from 3D Passion, Hello3D, FilamentOne, and Priline! This month’s accessory helps keep exotic materials sticking to your print bed, and the project is the perfect prop for Halloween!
Hello 3D Printing Friends! Today we’ll take a look at the Elegoo Super Starter Kit, which Elegoo sent me, free of charge.
Let’s take our first tentative steps into the worlds of electronics and coding for the Arduino Uno! This is the smaller sibling to the Arduino Mega, which forms the basis of the RAMPS boards found in so many 3D printers.
Today we’ll replace the LCD screen on the control panel of the SV01 3D printer, to fix a problem with the rotary encoder — a.k.a. The Knob!
Today, let’s get started with PrusaSlicer for Mac, particularly with regard to using it with non-Prusa printers, as we set up a profile for the Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro. But you can use this with just about any printer, and the profile setup instructions will work equally well for Windows or Linux users!
Today we’ll install the 3Dfused X and Z Axis Linear Rail Kit for the Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro 3D printers. Along with the previously-installed Y Axis Linear Rail Kit, we’ll now have linear rails on 100% of our axes. It’s an “All Axis” Pass!
Hey, I got the September 2019 Alien3D UFO Mystery Box! Inside, there are filament samples from COEX, FilamentOne, WolfWorks3D, and 3DUniverse! This month’s accessory helps you discover the topography of your print platform, and the project works with OctoPrint to keep you informed of your printer’s progress!
Let’s take a look at an unusual tool choice. I received this at a discount, but the question remains: Is this high-end infrared thermometer worth having in your 3D printing toolkit?
3Dfused sent me their X Axis Linear Rail Upgrade Kit for the Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro 3D printers, and today I’ll show you how to install it. Along with the previously-installed Y Axis Linear Rail Kit, we’ll now have linear rails on 66.6% of our axes!