User Posts: Carl Knight
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WhamBam Mutant – Quick Change tool System
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The WhamBam Mutant from WhamBam is a new system that will give your 3D printer the ability to change your hotend on the go. Utilising various mounts, hotends ...

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Zmorph3D Announced The New 3D Multi-tool Zmorph Fab
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So, we're all reasonably familiar with the current crop of 3 in one 3D printer laser engravers and CNC machines on the market. With the Creality CP01 and ...

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Duet 2 Maestro a 32BIT Symphony in a 16BIT Orchestra – but can they Carry a tune?
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Duet Control Board, MKS, SKR, Creality - There are many and varied choices for replacing the main board in your 3D Printer. Maybe you want to extend the ...

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3D Printing Jurassic Park At Home Huge 3D Print
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T Rex vs the Tiger Every little boy loves the T Rex and every so often I see something online that I think. Wow! What made them do that? So I reached out over ...

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Geeetech Gold Silk PLA – Is all that Glitters Gold?
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This is a new one for me - Geeetech Gold Silk PLA. Only the second "Metal" Colour PLA I've reviewed. The previous one being Tianse Red Copper. - This roll was ...

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Simplify3D Slicer Software – Simply the best for 3D printing?
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  Everyone has a favorite 3D printer slicer software, ranging from Cura, Pronteface, Slicer, and there are a lot of the free ones that are pretty decent ...

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Space 3D Resin 3D Printer – The Tiny Frontier?
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Resin Printers come in all different shapes and sizes. Here we look at the latest Kickstarter from 123Dimensions - Space 3D Resin Printer. Being marketed as ...

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Who Else Wants To Enjoy Portable 3D Printing
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Having the ability to take portable 3D printing anywhere isn't something most users need. The very nature of the hobby requires the machines to have a pretty ...

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3DLAC – For those who struggle with bed issues
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3DLAC what's that? Well let me tell you all about it..... Sticky Situation How often do you start a print off and have the confidence to walk away before ...

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Geeetech A10T and A20T – A different kind of threesome
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Never one to sit on its hands, Geeetech are at it again. Busting out of the stands after the recent launch of the Geeetech A20M follows up an even more ...

User Articles: Carl Knight
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Creality 3D Printing Enclosure – Is it a cover up?
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Creality makes what are arguably some of the most successful 3D printers in the CR10 Series and the Ender 3's. However, until now, they did nothing to ...

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Duet 3 Mini 5+ – Adding a voice to the Choir
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Duet3D is known for some of the best 3D printer control boards on the market. In fact, I recently spent 9 months extensively testing the Duet 2 Maestro only ...

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Creality CR-20 Pro 3D Pinter News Huge Effort
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Who doesn't need an economical and good quality printer like the Creality CR-20 Pro? In a time where economical printers are only a thing of the recent past, ...

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Gravity Wave: Recycling the ocean plastic
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Ocean plastic is one of the major pollutants of the Oceans. With over thousands of tonnes of plastic generated every day, there is little that corporations do ...

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SUNLU TPU FILAMENT: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide!
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SunLu TPU isn't a material I have ever played with, I have never had the need. My 3D printing has often been limited to useful items, for which I generally ...

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Eryone Dark Wood PLA – Just a Splinter faction?
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Eryone Dark Wood PLA is the 2nd wood PLA I have tried. The first being from Tianse. I wasn't overly enthused with it, but when my contact at Eryone approached ...

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Tianse Red Copper Silk PLA Filament Review
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The latest Filament to fall into my grubby mitts is the unusually named Tianse Red Copper. Once again sourced from Amazon UK. Previously, I have used Tianse ...

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Tungsten Carbide Nozzle? – Making me Dyze
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Ok, so I've done a post on hotends where we looked at the Brozzl hotend so now let us look at Nozzles. Specifically from Dyze Designs with their new Tungsten ...

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Bondtech BMG Extruder on Creality Ender 3 Pro
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Bondtech, E3D, Titan and Micro-swiss etc There are so many different ways to handle the extrusion on your 3D Printer.  Without even touching the debate about ...

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Copperhead hotend – A Slice of Engineering Genius?
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Let us talk about the Copperhead Hotend Kickstarter from Slice Engineering. They make some of the most instantly recognisable hotends on the market today. ...

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Browsing All Comments By: Carl Knight
  1. Christophe I would recommend increasing your print temp to 200 and your bed temp to 60, I don’t know what your print surface is I was printing on glass. I also don’t know how fast your printing I wouldn’t be try anything over 45mms with this type of filament. I would also always recommend levelling your bed and making sure its clean before looking at other issues, as for the colouration i agree but the name of the filament is down to Eryone.

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