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3D printer

Recently, I purchased a 3D printer! Along with it the filament, which is pretty much just the raw plastic. I’ve been playing around with it and learning a lot! I’ve done tons and tons of research for this printer. 

I got the Anycubic Mega Zero 2.0.

On 3D printers, the nozzle tip goes all the way to 255 degrees Celsius, and the bed to 110 degrees Celsius!

To create an object, the 3D printer melts the filament and creates the object layer by layer. One that was a big surprise to me after getting my 3D printer, was how long that it takes to print! This small little owl that I made, which came as the tester pattern with my machine, took 3 hours!

Along the way I have come over multiple speed bumps and made many mistakes. Would you be interested in me sharing my learning process through this 3D printer? Share what you think in the comments, it helps me know what type of content you guys all want to see (read)!

A few of the speed bumps/learning process main points:

- Changing the filament

- pausing projects

- faulty patterns

- what are stl patterns?

- how to convert stl files to gcode

And more to come!

So again, please share in the comments if you’d like to see more content on 3D printers!


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