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Original and Modern, a 3D Wooden Pot for Your Pot Plant!

Bring a touch of originality and modernity to your succulents or cacti in pots with this Pot / pot cover design, geometric, printed in 3D Wooden. No need to repot your plants or cacti, you can put your pot directly (standard 9cm diameter) inside! Its clean lines, inspired by origami, and material will bring a natural side, modern and original touch to your home, but also makes an original gift for your loved ones! This object is made from a special wood PLA, PLA plastic mixture to 70% and 30% PTFE certified wood. This material gives the look, feel and...
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5 Free STL Editors + How to Edit STL Files

How do I edit STL files? That is something any 3D printer owner sooner or later wonders. After all: Ready-made STL files are fine. But what if an STL file you downloaded lacks some features, is damaged or you need only a part from it? That’s when you need an STL editor. We show you how to edit an STL file with 5 free STL editors: FreeCAD, SketchUp, Blender, Meshmixer and Meshlab. Editing STL files can be done in two different types of modeling software: On the one hand, there is CAD software (Computer Aided Design), which is designed for construction,...
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Troubleshooting Guide to 19 Common 3D Printing Problems|Part Two

Today we will continue with our topic on "troubleshooting guide to 19 common 3D printing problems", and provide practicable solutions for you  3D printing hobbyists! 3D Printing Problems #10: Over-Extrusion What’s the 3D Printing Problem? Over-extrusion means that the printer supplies more material than needed. This results in excess material on the outside of the model printed. What’s Causing this 3D Printing Problem? Typically, the Extrusion multiplier or Flow setting in your slicing software is too high (see the section above) 3D Printer Troubleshooting: Over-Extrusion Extrusion multiplier. Open your slicer software and check that you have the correct Extrusion multiplier selected....
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Troubleshooting Guide to 19 Common 3D Printing Problems|Part One

Frustrated with Fused Filament Fabrication? Read our 3D printer troubleshooting guide to the most common 3D printing problems and their solutions. You’ve checked the model, seen countless others make it without issue, but try as you might it just won’t print. What is it that keeps going wrong? This article will help you to quickly diagnose your 3D printing issues, and find the solution with our 3D printer troubleshooting guide. Discover how and when these 3D printing problems occur, and the steps you can take to avoid them in future. 19 Common 3D Printing Problems: Overview If you don't know the name of your...
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14 Cool Things to 3D Print for Everyday life

Stuck for ideas for what to 3D print? Bored of pointless trinkets and doodads? A list of cool things to 3D print which are genuinely useful. Like us, you’re tremendously excited by the possibilities of 3D printing. Unfortunately, the landscape is cluttered with trinkets, doodads and ornaments. We’re in danger of drowning in 3D printed objects that nobody wants or needs. Fight the tide of mediocrity! Let’s make stuff that’s actually useful! Here’s a list of cool things to 3D print, right now, today. Prove to your nearest and dearest that there’s an everyday and practical application of this wonderful...
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A collection of post-processing guides make 3D printing Easier!!

Here are six new guides to post-processing for 3D printing, including how to sand, glue, and paint 3D printed items. This short article shows how to achieve a perfect surface finish, as well as how to make silicone molds from 3D prints and how to carry out vacuum forming. Post-processing opens up a world of interesting possibilities beyond just the print, but requires you to think about the process a bit differently. Here are the important bits: Sanding 3D printed models can help to remove the appearance of layer lines, but it is important to carry out the practice carefully, starting...
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20 Challenging Dual Extruder 3D Printer Models (for Free) |Part Two

Hi, you guys ~ Today we will continue  to share another ten dual extruder 3D printer models to satisfy your curiosity for the fabulous 3D printing world! ! Dual Extruder 3D Printer Models #11: Two-Color Octopus Oh hey, did you think nervoussystem would stop at a mere frog? Nope! Here’s a two-color octopus… (Download from Thingiverse) Dual Extrusion 3D Printer Model #12: Two-Color Cat … and here’s a two-color cat! This colorful feline is available in two poses: relaxed, and ultra-relaxed. (Download from Thingiverse) Dual Extrusion 3D Printer Model #13: Yin-Yang Dimmer Knob The eternal battle between lightness and darkness made literal, with...
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20 Challenging Dual Extruder 3D Printer Models (for Free) |Part One

Need an advanced and colorful challenge? Here are 35 free dual extrusion models specially designed for your dual extruder 3D printer. 3D printing is a fun hobby, and one that you can make as simple or as complicated as you like. Making stuff in a single material, for example, is pretty much the standard option for most 3D printers and projects. But what if you wanted to print something in more than one material? This is where a dual extruder 3D printer comes in handy. What’s a dual extruder 3D printer? It’s an evolution of the Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) technology, where instead...