The Zortrax M200 3D Printer is recognized as one of the top Prosumer 3D Printer 2017 from 3Dhubs.com1. In my review we'll go through why the Zortrax M200 is such a good machine for anyone that uses their 3D Printer for business. Introducing the Zortrax M200 3D Printer Before we dig into my Zortrax M200 [...]
Let’s explore 3D printed close-ups The images here are taking with a Canon 6D and an cheap adapter to reverse the lens. Add some smooth light to that and you can take your own 3D printed close-ups! The whole purpose here is to show of the cool and sometime weird details that appear on a […]
About Filamentive (their words) We only offer the best 3D printing consumables. We guarantee roundness of at least 95%, as well as ±0.05mm tolerances across our filament lines. Stringent quality control measures are implemented to ensure excellence. We have specific, regulated drying procedures for each material and all feedstock streams are proven 100% homogenous with […]
The testing: Stage 1 – Sakata 3D Oddly I found a samplekit from Sakata3D laying around. Why not start our testing series with this material? The filament is a flexible Biodegradable polyester combined with PLA. See specifications here: The print settings were a bit alarming, that low temperatures? really? Initial tests with a Replicator […]
So, during the development of DSLRigger, my Open-source camera project I worked with carbon fiber filaments and got two different deliveries. I wasn't sure on which one to use so i decided to to a proper test of them. As you can see in the video above, the result was pretty similar. Sure, one is [...]
Currently I’m creating a comparison video of both ColorFabb and Proto-pasta filaments, focusing on the carbon fiber! Here we see the Flashforge finder doing its thing with the Proto-pasta HTPLA Carbon Fiber
The easy-to-use affordable 3D-printer? Let’s find out! FlashForge Finder It has a buildvolyme of 140x140x140mm (5,5×5,5×5,5″), runs PLA and have assisted leveling, filament monitoring and much more. More about the finder here: https://www.flashforge-eu.com
A few friends wanted me to 3D-print a CS:GO (Counter Strike Global Offensive) knife. So, i found a 3D-model on www.thingiverse.com and downloaded. Printed on FlashForge – Dreamer in PLA. It’s not a real weapon. It brakes if you put force on it. However, it is still pointy so be careful!
Watch the easy assemble of “RealAbsurdity”s Snap-Fit Saturn V rocket from thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:45316 Scaled up and 3D-printed on Ultimaker 2 with grey-metallic PLA filament which makes it look really shiny!