3D prints can become spongy due to under-extrusion, over-extrusion, low infill and incorrect first-layer settings.
Struggling with a plastic-covered hotend? Follow our comprehensive guide to safely and effectively clean your 3D printer’s hotend.
Decode the grinding noise from your 3D printer. Find out why it occurs and get expert tips to resolve the issue.
If your hotend isn’t even getting warm during your print, diagnosing the issue can be very confusing and frustrating. Still, repairing the problem can be simple if you know what causes a hotend to fail.
pper motors are the heart of your 3D printer, but they can make quite a bit of noise. Some can even reach 70 decibels of volume (about the same as a conversation or a washing machine). So, why do they get so noisy?
An option is to use a brim, which, unlike the skirt, is attached to your print so that it will adhere better to the bed. But what do you do if the brim isn’t sticking?
When you use the pause feature on an Ender 3 printer, it often won’t start up again, or some features such as your heated print bed won’t work when you resume. So, what can you do about it?