1. Easy assembly, only 5-10 minutes
2. All-metal body, aluminum profile mechanism, accurate and stable printing
3. Large build volume 300*300*400mm
4. Automatic loading and unloading filament
5. Dual Z-axis motors, dual Y-axis optical axis design
6. Adjustable Y-axis belt design
7. Special pulley and profile design, with higher printing precision
David Ashenbrener 239-404-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org Cheryl Ashenbrener 239-290-2250 email@example.com 2319 Griffin Rd. Leesburg FL, 34748 The Stinger II takes 3D Printing, to a whole newRead more...
Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D Printer Review
YouTube Presentation by Ben Eadie
The Duplicator i3 Mini is one of the great TINY i3s. The Mini has a smaller build size than the standard i3, but still large enough for almost any project.Read more...
Using a Cell Phone, Autodesk ReCap Photo*, Blender and your favorite slicer*
*Students 100% free, Others Free Trials
Introducing a New 3DPC.tech Youtube contributor Andero channel called Avastudios and This is ” Make a 3D Print of Yourself ” cheap and easy. Especially for students. Detailed HOW-TO
This is ” Make a 3D Print of Yourself ” cheap and easy. Especially for students.
I recently printed something pretty cool using very low tech and inexpensive tools. Can you guess what it is? Yes, a “duplicate” of myself. In this video, I will summarize how I did it and document below.
After that print from the ROBO 3D R1+ , I opted for something large so I printed a large Pikachu filling the whole print area and was amazed. All the overhangs were tight and had no drooping. The top layers were also filled with no gaps. All this testing was convincing me how decent this machine is.Read more...
Hello everyone, I hope you all enjoyed this video. I thought this would be really helpful for those of you needing to calibrate your stepper motors of your 3D Printer. This isRead more...