I’m currently the 3D print reviewer at Tom’s Hardware, but before that I was just a gal who loved making miniature dumpster fires with her CR10s. I love crafting and see 3D printing as the natural evolution of my hobbies.
Since I’m neither an engineer nor professional graphic designer, I approach 3D printing from the vantage point of a pure hobbyist. I’ve soaked up every how to tutorial on perfecting my prints and now I’m ready to show others that NO, you don’t need to be a geek to 3D print. You just need patience!
My first printer was a CR10s upgraded with a Microswiss and a PEI flex plate. I’m now the guardian of a rotating fleet of Tom’s Hardware printers, ranging from a tiny Ender 2 Pro to the massive Anycubic Kobra Max. I usually have 10-12 printers on various tables and counters cranking out cool prints for testing or blog posts.
Before writing about 3D printing, I blogged about kid crafts, wrote for my local newspaper and a few magazines and even wrote about spaceships for the Boy Scouts.
Need to reach me? I’m at Denise at stldenise3d dot com. I’m happy to give honest reviews of 3D printed related products.