Author Topic: I have a 3D printer (dollamancy in progress)  (Read 6595 times)

wow glue stick on the print bed solves so many problems
« Last Edit: April 17, 2018, 11:16:56 PM by Pompmaker2 »

wow glue stick on heat bed causes so many problems



does anyone know how to fix this issue?

nvm, fixed it, the extruder idler gear wasn't catching properly

haha you ordered it assembled pleb *crying offscreen because of the hell it was to build one*

Print one of these bad boys
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:257911

Was my first print, it's quite a cool little model

Can I send you a 3D Model I made for you to print it?

Can I send you a 3D Model I made for you to print it?
Post it, I can print too

Print one of these bad boys
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:257911

Was my first print, it's quite a cool little model
ooh, cute, maybe later

Can I send you a 3D Model I made for you to print it?
sure, fire away







Crazy Diamug

I'm going to print a higher-poly version of that now that I know how to subsurf with sharp edges

how expensive is it for the materials past the actual printer itself? been looking into 3d printing eventually

where I live it's ~25 SGD (20 USD) per kilo on the cheap side, it's really not that expensive when you consider that most models are quite light

the problem comes if you want more than one color of filament...

the problem comes if you want more than one color of filament...
whats the problem

whats the problem
you have to buy a new roll for each color regardless of how much you want to use

i mean there's probably places that sell smaller amounts for cheaper but the smallest i've seen is 500g

of course I can't speak from experience seeing as I just got my 3d printer and am using the bundled filament, I've never bought new filament in my life

so any and all of what I'm saying could be wrong