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Parrot 3D Printer FDM – Amazing Quality, Coming Soon
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Inov3D speaks to the designer of the new Parrot 3D printer, a new take on the Original Prusa i3 FDM design. History of the Prusa 3D FDM 3D Printer Back in ...

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Carbon Fibre PETG by 3DFilaPrint – it’s gorgeous! And Strong
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Oh, my god! That's my reaction every time I pull a print off the bed using this Carbon Fibre PETG filament from 3DFilaPrint. The finish is unique and has a ...

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Prusa i3 MK2 3D printer fire – Gary Firth’s Story
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Friday 7th August 2020, Gary Firth of Leeds, West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom smelt smoke in his house and devastatingly his Prusa i3 MK2 3D printer was ...

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Stacker F1 3D Printer – industrial grade workhorse on Kickstarter
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Stacker 3D is a manufacturer of industrial 3D printers. But with the new Stacker F1 3D printer, they are bringing their quality to an industrial grade ...

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Thumbnails in OctoPrint using PrusaSlicer
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If you use OctoPrint Link to manage, your 3D printer(s) then you've probably hit a point where you are scrolling through your list of badly named gcodes ...

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Colorfabb nGen Filament Review – the next generation?
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According to Colorfabb, nGen, it is a low-odor, styrene-free co-polyester. It has a glass transition temperature of 85°C which makes it good for applications ...

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FilaTech Luminous Yellow FilaTough filament Review – Too Tough Too Handle?
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We got our hands on FilaTech Luminous Yellow FilaTough 3D printer filament to test. It's designed to be a tough engineering 3D printer filament. How tough? ...

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  1. Thanks Ed for the feedback, I know that when we checked the Elide was out of stock on Amazon. Hopefully, our readers will check out the Elide option when it comes back in stock.

  2. kl – some good digging there. You are correct, no one should ever ignore a thermal runaway error. There will be a reason for the error, and most of the time it’s because of a developing hardware fault. It will be interesting to see what Prusa determine when they check out the printer.

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