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  1. I advise SLA printers only for professional use....

    I advise SLA printers only for professional use. Essentially you need a lab for it. You get skin and respiratory irritant fumes. You will be cleaning everything around you with alcohol wipes at the...
  2. Hi, I agree but not everyone wants to be...

    Hi,

    I agree but not everyone wants to be operating a 3D printer from their apartment - they're noisy, take up space (+proper storage of filament rolls) and cause some fumes. It's much better to...
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    Sticky: Lol, I'm flattered but please don't copy-paste my...

    Lol, I'm flattered but please don't copy-paste my posts.

    On topic, the most important thing is to have a plan for your 3D printer and decide based on that.

    At this moment I would recommend...
  4. Sticky: Hi, That's a good review and introduction to...

    Hi,

    That's a good review and introduction to benchtop SLA printing.

    You have to be willing to do some serious messing around with liquid chemicals.
    Getting them onto your skin is not...
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    Looks impressive. And interesting! I have been...

    Looks impressive. And interesting!

    I have been seriously wanting to learn to weld for almost 10 years, but never got to enrolling in a course.
    Then if I would be welding for customers, it would...
  6. Here are the photos: 133911339013393

    Here are the photos:

    133911339013393
  7. For Sale: Dual Extrusion Ultimaker Original

    Hi,

    I am a product designer and have upgraded my 3D printer range, with too little space in my studio for four printers I am selling my Ultimaker Original.With a record of 1,500-2,000 print hours...
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    I reckon for brands that offer a forum of their...

    I reckon for brands that offer a forum of their own, 3DPB does not add one (Ultimaker, Snapmaker for example)
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    Things don't get off-topic like they do on the...

    Things don't get off-topic like they do on the 3dpb offtopic section :)
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    For the real 3d printing nerds:...

    For the real 3d printing nerds: https://imgur.com/gallery/CyZbR2s
  11. "Ultrafine particle emissions from desktop 3D...

    "Ultrafine particle emissions from desktop 3D printers" by Dr. Brent Stephens is generally the paper people refer to when discussing this.
    Different studies show that ABS emits about 10 times more...
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    12585 These lenses were made with a desktop...

    12585

    These lenses were made with a desktop SLA machine, polished and resin dipped. I'd say an above 90% transparency is possible.For FFF printers try HDglass, printed at low layer thickness with...
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    With any CAD tool that does revolve operations,...

    With any CAD tool that does revolve operations, maybe some POM filament, you will have made that in under 30 minutes.
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    If you can afford a license, Solidworks. The next...

    If you can afford a license, Solidworks. The next best thing is Rhinoceros, it is great with meshes as well.
    For a nice free and quick solution use Sculptris.
    I use Blender to boolean away shapes,...
  15. Well then there's your solution :)To me it...

    Well then there's your solution :)To me it initially looked like overextrusion - check the flow and diameter settings too.
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    Nice work. Is it hand polished?

    Nice work. Is it hand polished?
  17. Great stuff.

    Great stuff.
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    With the right filament, why not. I would...

    With the right filament, why not. I would definitely go for soldering though, much more reliable.Here are conductivity measurements for a few filament brands.
  19. You can get a Wanhao D7 for under $500 and it has...

    You can get a Wanhao D7 for under $500 and it has a build volume of 120x68x200mm.

    Now for a 10cm figure I estimate it will cost $3 including support material, a 20cm figure $15.
  20. Very cool. If it also works the other way around...

    Very cool. If it also works the other way around you can use the 3D print as a speaker.
  21. Well, like you I also didn't look at that...

    Well, like you I also didn't look at that date..maybe he'll respond - I just wanted to know if he found solutions.
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    Lol, one cm3 is 1,000 mm3. Most slicers will...

    Lol, one cm3 is 1,000 mm3.

    Most slicers will also do this for you taking into account wall thickness and infill amount.
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    Cool! We definitely need more offerings for...

    Cool! We definitely need more offerings for thermochromic filaments. So your pigments have FDA approval as well?
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    You do need a kiln, but this is other than that...

    You do need a kiln, but this is other than that quite accessible.
    I am also very impressed with this material.

    Here is a user guide that includes design tips.
  25. I am looking for foodsafe PP filaments, but these...

    I am looking for foodsafe PP filaments, but these people seem to be out of business (what is it about Italian startups).
    If anyone has any recommendations, let me know!
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