That’s a HUGE Duck! The Great Duck Project was created as joint effort between two groups, The Maker Faire Westport and the Westport Sunrise Rotary club. Mark Mathias, founder of the Maker Faire Westport, decided to use...Read More
Introduction Sometimes, PLA just isn’t enough. Typically the next step from here is either PETG or ABS. What if you need something just a bit stronger, flexible, and easy to print? You’re probably looking at some...Read More
Introduction There’s been a lot of different manufacturers that have been adding things to their filaments lately. They can range from carbon fiber strands, ACTUAL diamonds, all sorts of metallic powders, and finally.....Read More
Introduction If you haven’t yet, check out my article on the Velocity Painting technique. To quickly summarize my previous work, this post processing technique varies the speeds of your model’s outer shell to give...Read More
Introduction Today I am going to go over a 3D printing technique called Velocity Painting. This is a fun way to add a little extra to your 3D prints. Do not confuse this technique with lithophanes. Velocity Painting is a...Read More
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Polycarbonate is the strongest 3D printer filament presented in this list, ti is extremely durable and resistant to both physical impact and heat. PC is able to withstand temperatures of up to 110°C. With it also being...Read More
TPE ( thermoplastic elastomers) is plastics with rubber-like qualities, making them extremely flexible and durable. TPE is commonly found in automotive parts, household appliances. Soft and stretchable, these filaments can...Read More
Nylon a popular family of synthetic polymers, that are used in many industrial applications. Compared to most other 3D printer filament types. This filament ranks as the number one contender when together considering strength,...Read More
Introduction When I first heard about LuBan, I was skeptical. Not because of what it could do, but because of the purpose it would serve. LuBan was designed to split large print jobs into smaller sized chunks that make it easy...Read More
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