Most 3D printing enthusiasts are used to troubleshooting visible lines on the X and Y axis, but sometimes, you can get unsightly ridge lines on the Z-axis.
Are you looking to get a super smooth mirror-like finish on your prints? Taking the time to polish all of your work can make it look more professional.
3D printers aren’t immune to mechanical problems, and having one of the axes stop moving is arguably the most common one.
Do your 3D printed layers look off? Whether dealing with various layer heights, lumps, bumps, or other extrusion issues, ensuring that your filament is feeding freely through your extruder is essential.
Users of the Creality Ender 3 3D printer will likely notice one thing very soon during its use: The noise! However, what causes the printer to be so loud, and how should you fix it?
If you have difficulty printing up a cylinder, you likely need to know the peculiarities of printing these shapes. When you know the proper steps, whipping up a cylinder is simple.
Printing 3D walls of a specific width can be challenging as factors such as printing material, and machine settings can cause your walls to come out too thick.
Resin can be dull or have a matte surface with slight imperfections. So, how do you make resin prints smooth and shiny?
The Bowden tube is an essential part of your 3D printer. The motor guides the filament through the line to the print head, keeping it safe from breaking.
If you want to make something to hold water or go underwater, will a resin 3D print be watertight?