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4 Posts authored by: wenganxiang
Did you know that some of your 3D prints may have partially or completely failed just because of humidity contained in the filament you used? This sort of humidity is invisible to the naked eye, so you probably blamed your print settings, your 3D printer or even doubted your abilities, but all of that may actually not have been the cause of your problem: it was the humid filament. As we already briefly explained in this article, nylons will saturate with water (i.e. absorb its maximal capacity ...
Hi, everyone. This passage is mainly written for  those who uses 3D printer for the first time. I want to share some printing results with different slicer settings. Hope this will help some of you.   Printer: Geeetech Acrylic Prusa i3 Filament:  PLA 1.75mm (also fits for 1.75mm ABS) Nozzle diameter: 0.3mm   1. Infill density      15% vs 30%                 15%  & ...
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3D printing puzzle

Posted by wenganxiang Mar 3, 2015
I download  stl files of puzzle of China and use my Geeetech 3D printer to print them. Here are the pictures. I could have printed a lager one, but I wanted to look how accurate the printer is first. Looks great! for me, it's accurate enough for a printer costs $299. Next time I will print a colorful one! What's your opinion? ...
In case of accident, I asked for  the stl files of printer parts from the Geeetech service. Then I printed them. A Not badly, Geeetech 3D printer’s performance on printing these models!  It may save me lots of time on replacing with a new one if a part is broken. Actually, I really hope all the parts I printed will not be used forever. ...

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