Up until now, I have been printing exclusively with PLA filament mainly because my printer came with a large 1 kg roll of the stuff and I’m learning the nuances of my Bibo 2 Touch printer. PLA filament is fine for starting out, running test … Continue readingFlexible 3D Printer Filament – A Closer Look At Availabe Options
Looking for a 3D printer under $300? I may have just the printer for you! In this post I evaluate the Ender 3 from Creality 3D. This is a great printer with quite a bit of functionality and one of the largest build volumes you’ll … Continue reading3D Printer Under $300 – Evaluation Of The Creality Ender 3
So you’ve got a 3D printer and you’ve printed off a few objects that you downloaded from Thingiverse and maybe even designed a few objects yourself on some 3D modeling software. You’ve realized that free modeling software does not have all the functionality you need. … Continue reading3D Scanner For 3D Printer – Evaluation Of Matter And Form V2 Scanner
I recently purchased a Bibo2 Touch 3D printer and it came with a large roll of standard white PLA (polylactic acid) filament. This filament is perfectly fine for printing a multitude of objects. In fact, some consumer printers such as the MakerBot Replicator Mini+ will … Continue readingTypes Of 3D Printer Filament – Common and Exotic
In this post, I describe my experience with the Bibo2 Touch 3D printer and let you decide if it’s the best home 3d printer for your needs. In a previous post, I outlined a process for comparing and selecting a 3D printer for home use. … Continue readingBibo2 Touch 3D Printer Evalution – Is It The Best Home 3D Printer?
Introduction Up until now, all of our posts have been about 3D printing with polymer materials or Fused Deposition Modelling. This makes sense since our site is generally directed to 3D printing for the home user. I thought for this post that I’d review what’s … Continue reading3D Printing Metal Materials – The Other End Of The Spectrum