Get these 3D printed toys to spark your favorite kid’s creativity and love of STEM projects (while having fun!)
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.
I love tabletop games. Something about the physical component makes them far more social and fun than a video game (which are fun, but tend to be anti-social). So I asked my German friend, Tobias, owner of the German board games site Brettgames.de and board game expect, to help me create a list of his … Read more
See what our fishing expert picked as his top 8 3D printable fishing items.
We searched the internet for the classiest items you can print for your home. See our favorites here.
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
Save hours searching for unique fidget spinners and toys. We combed 350+ posts to bring you the top 20.
Does your workshop need to get organized? Are there tools laying all over the place? If you’re looking for things to help you organize your life – you might buy pegboard, which is great… but I’m hugely disappointed with the quality of the hooks, holders, etc. That’s why my first Thingiverse searches were for free … Read more
A roundup of our favorite Free and cheap Pokemon 3D print files and STL files for 3D printing
I recently bought a 3D pen, some stencils, and 3D pen filament. Imagine being artistic (I’m not), creating a drawing, then lifting it off of the paper and turning it into a three dimensional object. That’s a 3D pen. Seriously, my 2 year old daughter’s eyes lit up when I wrote her name with the … Read more
If you’re just getting into 3D printing the filament names can start to feel like a forest of acronyms. PCL, PLA, ABS, NBC, ABC, etc. (ok the last two are broadcasting companies, also I hate acronyms). But I keep running into both PCL and PLA, especially using my 3D pens. So… What is the difference … Read more
Learn why Prusa Slicer starts your Ender 3 extruder nozzle at 150 degrees – regardless of your settings.
There’s no such thing as a ‘pristine’ environment when it comes to 3D printing. Inevitably, some form of clog will eventually form in the nozzle of your machine. Filament-based printing isn’t without its advantages, but slowdowns like this are one thing you’ll have to navigate. On this page, we’ll explore how to unclog the printer … Read more
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
3D printing has exploded in popularity over the past several years. What was once a prohibitively expensive hobby is increasingly accessible. The Ender line of 3D printers in particular represents phenomenal value for money. In this guide, we’ll try to find the best filament for Ender 3 printers. The best option out there for you … Read more
There is something hauntingly alluring when it comes to wood particles filaments for all of your 3D printing needs. Wood has an appeal as timeless as it is classic. However, working with real wood to carve figurines and miniatures is not an easy task as such. Just ask any carpenter and wood carver. These professionals … Read more
The world of miniature printing has taken on a life of its own thanks to the proliferations of some of the best printers as well as best 3D printing filaments out there. You will of course need the best filaments to get the best possible miniature prints. Let us check for ourselves, the best filaments … Read more
Every 3D filament printer requires some sort of raw filament material with the help of which it can print the required object. The 3D printer works on the same principle as your average, run of the mill conventional 2D printer. If you have used bad printing ink, your prints will be spoilt. Here, too the … Read more
PLA is without question the single most common as well as most popular and best material out there that is used in the world of FDM 3D printing. This is because it is quite easy to use, affordable and it also comes with some truly outstanding material properties. As a matter of fact, you can … Read more
As a general rule, all flexible filaments are made of Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE). This is a blend of hard plastic as well as rubber. Indeed, as the very name suggests, these types of materials are highly elastic in nature. They allow the plastic structure of the filament to be both stretched and flexed very easily … Read more
So, you have a 3D printer… now what? I’m an engineer so you’d think I’d CAD a new design for my first print. Nope, I went to Thingiverse, searched for “Tesla 3d prints”, and printed a grocery bag hook for my trunk. If you know of Thingiverse, that’s a great place to start. But what … Read more