Let’s go over some of the most effective ways to reduce noise on your Prusa Mk3 3D printer.
Stringing is a serious problem for every 3d printer. We’ll go through some of the best ways to fix stringing on your Prusa i3 Mk3s printer.
Learn how to build an enclosure for your Prusa 3d Printer.
My first 3D printer purchase was a Creality Ender 3 V2. When it failed to stick filament to the build plate I googled everywhere for the answer, eventually searching for “how to calibrate e steps ender 3” and, after a lot of watching YouTube videos and studying forums, here is the stupid fast solution I … Read more
Learn why Prusa Slicer starts your Ender 3 extruder nozzle at 150 degrees – regardless of your settings.
I have a confession. There’s a picture of the Prusa i3 MK3S+ that’s been hanging on my wall for months – like a Pamela Anderson poster for nerdy millennials (like me). And just two days ago I finally pulled the trigger and bought it (!!!)… after spending hours trying to answer: Should I buy the … Read more
Ever since the Creality Ender 3 and the Ender 3 Pro first appeared on the world 3D printing scene, they have taken the market by storm. This has a lot to do with the fact that they offer awesome value for money. It would not be wrong to assert that the Ender 3 family is … Read more
Changing filament on a Creality Ender 3 printer is fairly simple. Whether you want to change filaments between two prints, or change a filament mid-way through a print, we’ve got you covered. These instructions apply to the Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro, and Ender 3 V2. The Creality Ender 3 is one of the most … Read more
Purchasing a 3D printer is not just a simple plug and play exercise. There are many issues that may crop up ranging from under or over extrusion to stringing related issues. Let’s look at one of the most common issues facing the Ender 3: stringing in your prints. Ender 3 Stringing or Oozing Problems Stringing … Read more
The Creality Ender 3 series of 3D printers is one of the best value options out there. However, that does not mean that it has no faults or it is a picture-perfect machine for 3D printing purposes. All filament printers have certain issues that need must be addressed if they are to work at their … Read more
There was a time when 3D printing was the stuff of myths and mystery. People considered a 3D printer to be an extremely expensive machine found only in top-notch science labs, However, that was then and this is now and the current generation of highly affordable 3D printers have put paid to this whole myth. … Read more
The Anet A8 is undoubtedly one of the best known 3D printers currently available to both professionals as well as hobbyists. It is widely considered to be one of the least expensive 3D printers currently available in the market. It is an extremely flexible printer. This is partly due to the fact that it is … Read more
See what upgrades Creality made to the Ender 3 with their Ender 3 Pro… and find out if it’s actually worth the money.
Before we answer this question, we have to figure out what is firmware in the first place? In a nutshell, it is the code that makes your 3D printer work and come alive. In other words it can simply be termed as “software for hardware.” Many of us consider various devices as strictly hardware but … Read more
See just how fast an Ender 3 (v2/pro) can go… and the best settings for a stock Ender.
Incorrect retraction settings cause stringing. Here’s what to do about it.
The Ender 3 is one of the single most successful budget 3D printers around. This has a lot to do with the quality of its components as well as its low price. However, a key feature that makes it so endearing to its dedicated fan following is its extreme flexibility. This is very easy to … Read more
The term bed leveling does not mean leveling it with the ground. Actually, it denotes the fact that the nozzle tip of your printer is always at the very same, correct distance when it comes to the whole surface of your 3D object. In this case, it is imperative that you get rid of Ender … Read more
The world of 3D printing today is becoming increasingly dominated by low price models that pack a lot of functions that had only been seen by their more expensive counterparts. This has made them accessible to a whole new world of budget-conscious consumers and hobbyists who now want a 3D printer for their home for … Read more
Ever since it was released back in early 2017, the Wanhao Duplicator 7 (also known colloquially as Wanhao D7) series of printers has caused quite a bit of a stir in the DLP 3D printer markets of the world, so we’ve gone ahead and done this Wanhao Duplicator 7 review for you. Back when the … Read more
The Ender 3 is arguably the number one 3D printer to come out of the Creality stable. It is one of the single most popular 3D printers in the world and its popularity is unmatched to this very day. Both the Ender 3 pro and the stock Ender 3 3D printers are extremely capable machines … Read more
The Creality Ender 3 series printers (including the Ender 3 Pro, Ender 3 V2, and Ender 3 s1) are incredibly popular 3D printers thanks to their ease of use and affordability. One of the reasons they are so appealing is because of their generous print volume and bed size. The Ender 3 bed plate size … Read more
What’s the best Cura settings for your Ender 3? Learn them for every material.
We pit the Ender 3 and Ender 5 head to head… and you see the difference.
Learn what to do when you hear the dreaded “click” of a skipping extruder.
Which is better, Creality’s Ender 3 or their CR 10? Here’s our take.
3D printer magic numbers are numbers that align your layer height with the steps on the 3D printer’s Z-axis stepper motor. If your layer height coincides with multiples of the minimum height your Z axis can move, you’ll get much better looking prints. In this post, we’ll check out the Ender 3’s magic numbers. Ender … Read more
Creality’s Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro printers have been designed to deliver absolutely awesome print quality right out of the box. However, this does not mean that one can’t improve on perfection. This holds particularly true as far as 3D printers are concerned where there is always plenty of room for improvement. As of … Read more
The Ender 3’s stock nozzle is a 0.4mm brass nozzle with an M6 thread. It conforms to MK8 hot ends, which are the standard for most home 3D printers thanks to the wide adoption and easy availability of parts and spares. The Ender 3 is one of the most popular 3D printers on the market … Read more