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Most desktop 3D printer users are familiar with the benefits and disadvantages of PLA and ABS materials. But, when it comes to producing flexible and durable objects, PETG filament is gaining popularity among filament producers and the 3D printing community.
This Cura 3D guide for beginners shows step-by-step how to use Cura software and to find the right settings for 3D printing.
Once in a great while, a technology emerges that has the potential to revolutionize the world as we know it. Even less frequent is the opportunity for the general public to invest in such a technology. The advent of 3D printing brings with it an opportunity to invest in an advancement that is as monumental as the cotton gin and the Internet.
Both technologies exist to achieve similar results, however depending on the scale of your project, desired level of accuracy and your budget one will typically be a better choice than the other. In some cases a combination of the two can produce the most desirable outcome.
We have an early Christmas gift for you, good news: a preview of Ultimaker Cura’s new user interface. Developers want to know what you think, so be sure to give them your feedback on Cura community of 3D printing experts.
Priced at €230, the XYZprinting Da Vinci Mini sells at a bargain price for a 3D printer. The Mini is a small but well-equipped printer that is aimed at 3D printing beginner hobbyist, school teacher or small business product development team will get a simple machine that's intuitive to use and able to produce accurate, very good quality models and multiple builds at the same time. It really provides a more than satisfactory user experience.