HueForge: A Revolutionary Approach

In the world of 3D printing, a groundbreaking technology called HueForge has been making waves. This innovative approach to additive manufacturing has captured the attention of artists, makers, and enthusiasts everywhere, thanks to its unique capabilities and creative potential. The price to use HueForge is a subscription coming in at around $12 for personal use […]

 A Comprehensive Guide to 3D Printing Filaments

3D printing has revolutionized the manufacturing industry by enabling the creation of complex designs with ease. One crucial element of 3D printing is the filament, which is the material used to build physical objects. This post will explore five popular 3D printing filaments: PLA, PETG, ABS, ASA, and nanodiamond-infused PLA. We will delve into their […]

The Power of Nano Diamond Filament in 3D Printing

Test Model for Nano Diamond Filament The Nano Diamond filament was tested according to GOST 11262-80 requirements for curable injection-molding resins. The samples for testing were shaped as cylindrical bars with thicker ends for mounting in clips (Type 4) (see fig. 1).   Fig.1 Sample for tensile test Binder Preparation and Curing Process For binder […]


Problems When 3D Printing Small Parts

It’s possible to encounter problems when 3D printing small parts. For the most part, 3D printers have a fixed nozzle size that will determine the resolution in the XY direction. These common nozzle sizes are 0.4mm or 0.5mm in diameter. This means that if you are planning on printing a 0.2mm thick wall with a […]

3D Print Layer Separation

3D print layer separation is one common problem everyone may encounter along their printing journey. Essentially, 3D printing is the process of building an object one layer at a time. Each consecutive layer is printed on top of the previous layer, creating the desired 3D model. However, for the final part to be solid and […]

How to Fix 3D Printing Under Extrusion

In this blog, we will dive into what 3D printing Under Extrusion is. If you start noticing gaps between adjacent extrusions of each layer, then you might be experiencing 3D printing under extrusion. A great way to detect 3D printing under extrusion is to print a small 20mm tall cube with at least 3 perimeter […]

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