3D Desktop Printing Safety Tip

Having been 3D Desktop printing since the end of 2012, starting out on our very humbling (and still humbled) position as 3D printing enthusiasts.  We have endeavoured to keep our FDM machines in top condition and replace parts when showing signs of wear and tear. Making sure there is plenty of space for ventilation, signs and notices warning users of moving parts and “Hot Ends”.  Placing 3D Printers on stable surfaces, so as not to have excessive wobble whilst printing.  Ensuring...

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Nozzle Blockage ~ Or is it?

At some point in time you may experience a failed 3D print scenario, the “Air” print as some like to call it. Just when it seems that your print is going well and you will soon have your amazing 3D printed model in your hands, the filament stops extruding from your nozzle, or another scenario is that you have arrived to remove your 3D printed model from the printer bed and all is not as it should be. The print has completed...

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