It’s the spookiest time of the year and your 3D printer is ready to get your house decorated for Halloween! 3D printers are really handy around holidays and let you print absolutely PERFECT decorations, toys and knick knacks to suit your mood. As for me, I hate super gory decorations, so my Ender & CR10 …
“I’m not paying $10 bucks to use my own 3D printer!” You, after sinking way too much money in your new hobby. You’ve spent hundreds of dollars on a 3D printer, a stack of filament and few worthy upgrades… so you probably don’t want to hear about spending MORE money on STL files. After all…aren’t …
You’ve unboxed your 3D printer, set it up and printed the little cat you found on your SD card, all pre-sliced from the manufacturer. You excitedly post your very first 3d print on Facebook & Twitter.
One of the coolest tricks your 3D printer can do is make an embossed photograph called a “lithophane.” The images doesn’t look like much…until you hold a light source behind it and see a magical black & white photo appear!
I’ve been 3D printing some much needed accessories for our Baby Yoda doll — wanna see? I’ll show you where you can get the file for free!
Thinking about giving someone special a chess set after binge watching “The Queen’s Gambit” on Netflix? Chess has topped a lot of Wish Lists this year and were selling out across the country in 2020! But good news — a complete chess set can be printed on any desktop 3D printer in just a few hours.
So you just got a new 3D printer? Awesome! Welcome to modern crafting! There are some people who like to jump in with both feet and just. Start. Printing. That might work…but if you don’t have you printer set up correctly, or got it tuned just right. Yikes!