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How To Rust Magnetic Iron PLA Filament

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Proto Pasta  has approached 3D-PT to review their exotic PLA filaments blends. I have reviewed their Aromatic Coffee and Conducting PLA in a previous...
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Printing with Flexible Filaments

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When it comes to Exotic Filaments Flexible Filaments hold a special place in the hearts of many 3D printers. These flexible thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) filaments let...
Sindoh partners with RIZE to leverage their new 3D printing materials

Sindoh partners with RIZE to leverage their new 3D printing materials

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The South Korea-based 3D printer manufacturer Sindoh Co., Ltd. has entered a partnership with RIZE. The new collaboration will enable users to produce safe...

How moist filaments will screw up your 3D-printing

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It's not a myth guys. Moisture in filaments will really screw up your precious 3D-print! - Moist Filament 101 Not so long ago I decided...
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Testing Proto Pasta Conductive PLA with Snap Circuits

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In a previous blog I wrote a review of Proto Pasta’s Conductive PLA filament. For that review I just looked at the printing properties...

Rigid.ink Review

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Rigid.ink a UK based company that makes their filament in the UK, which means if you live in the UK you can get fast delivery....
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GeckoTek EZ-Stik Build Surface Review

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I recently needed to replace the China made generic build surface on my Monoprice Duplicator I3 V2 3D printer. First let me say I do not work for GeckoTek and I not being paid in any way by them for my opinion. The sheet of GeckoTek in this review was purchased by me with my own funds. While considering on what to replace it with I caught a review by the JATMN on his YouTube channel. I was very impressed with the review and so I decided to purchase a sheet and try it. GeckoTek is the name of the company and they specialize in hot, cold and magnetic base surfaces for filament such as ABS, PLA, PETG, Nylon, Composites. I have used Buildtek in the past and will discuss the differences in the two surfaces next. Their surfaces come in a wide range of sizes and are easily trimmed to fit your build plate. I bought the 200x210 and didn’t have to trim anything, it fit perfect.

Print the Rainbow: Dabble 3D filament review

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Dabble 3D  recently approached 3D-PT to review their new line of PLA filaments. As a startup company, Dabble is claiming their edge on the...

Beaver 3D Silk-like Filament Review

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Many 3D printing filaments have a matte or flat plastic finish to them, which may not make the most appealing artistic 3D prints. While...
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Berkeley students create a project to recycle 3D Printing waste

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Students Develop a Project to Recycle 3D printing waste generated on Campus. UC Berkeley students Nicole Panditi and Scott Silva have launched an initiative to...
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Proto Pasta Filament Review Pt.1

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An exciting new range of filaments for 3D printer is the exotic composite filaments. These filaments combine metal or other materials mixed with a...
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3D Printed Ammunition

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3d printed ammo With the possibility of 3D printed guns, 3D printed ammo is a unique possibility in the world. Along with innovative 3D gun...

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