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How to Use 3D Printer Minimum Layer Time Setting – Cura

Optimizing print settings is important if you want to achieve high-quality prints. The Minimum Layer Time is one setting that can affect print quality but often goes unnoticed. This setting controls the time the print head spends on each layer before moving to the next. To use the 3D printer Minimum Layer Time Setting, you’ll…

How to Scale a Miniature for 3D Printing – Scale 3D Models

When 3D printing miniatures for tabletop games like D&D or Warhammer, size is very important. Printing the miniatures at the wrong scale can leave your board looking weird and unbalanced, ruining the entire game. To scale your miniature properly for 3D printing, you can use a 3D model miniature scaler from Thingiverse. You can also…

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Can You Pour Resin Back Into the Bottle? How to Do It Properly

After completing a 3D print, there is usually some leftover resin in the vat. Since many people wonder whether you can pour resin back into the bottle, I decided to write an article and clear all the confusion. Keep reading for more information and to know how it should be done. Can You Pour Resin…

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How to Assemble a 3D Printer Properly – Ender 3 V2 Example

Assembling a 3D printer can be a complex and time-consuming process, and if not done correctly, it can result in errors and malfunction. While 3D printers have different assemblies, they generally follow the same steps. To assemble a 3D printer, you should first read the manual to figure out the steps for your particular 3D…

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How to Use Combing in 3D Printing – Cura & PrusaSlicer

Anyone that has been 3D printing knows that stringing can be a complicated issue and there is one setting that can help with that called combing. Many users still wonder how to properly use this feature. To use combing in 3D printing you’ll have to enable it on your slicer software, such as Cura or…

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5 Ways How to Test Your Ender 3 (Pro/V2/S1) – Best Methods

The Ender 3 is one of the most popular 3D printers available today and many users wonder how to test their newly-bought 3D printer. To test your Ender 3 (Pro/V2/S1) you can do a series of calibration tests, such as printing an XYZ calibration cube, a temperature tower, doing a first layer and extruder calibration…

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How to Use Anti-Aliasing for Resin 3D Printing – Best Settings

Anti-aliasing is a unique feature that can help you get even better print quality than usual from your resin printer! When used right, anti-aliasing softens the print’s edges and reduces the staircase effect, leading to a smoother, more continuous surface. To use anti-aliasing, simply go into your resin slicing software and check the box besides…