Who Wants Skycube Mods!? Well, if you didn’t get a chance to check out my review of the Aladdinbox Skycube.. do it now. If you are too lazy to read that or you already have, the quick synopsis was that it sucked. So you have a few options as an owner.. save it from itself
This review is for Hobby King Transparent Red PLA filament, in 1.75mm. I will be going over it’s print quality, ease of printing, and performance in price. Test Bed for the Review The test bed for this review of the Hobby King Transparent Red PLA is my ever faithful Tevo Black Widow. It’s been upgraded
Introduction Where do I begin? I am still looking for the perfect 3D printer for a ‘New-To-The Hobby’ kind of person, although the Geeetech E180 was very close. Something that comes fully built, easy to use, easy to maintain, and finally with open avenues of support. The Aladdinbox Skycube doesn’t check all of those boxes.
Open-Source!? Hopefully you haven’t mistakenly clicked this article and have no idea what Open-Source means. Open-Source means sharing of the original source code for the intent of it being modified and redistributed. The day was May 29, and the year was 2018. This was the exact day that Geeetech released it’s Smartto firmware and GTM32
Introduction Hello all, today I am going to be giving you the run down on the Geeetech E180. I’ve had this printer for two weeks and I was able to print a significant amount of things on it. This is the initial review, where I will break down what it was like to get it
Do What Now? This tale is about turning your average food dehydrator into a 3D filament dryer. Storing hygroscopic filament correctly is very important. Hygroscopic means that the filament can absorb moisture from the air. I store all of my filament, even my PLA, in lockable totes with foam seals and desiccant packs. If you’ve
Introduction to Thermoform Hey guys and gals, today I am going to go over how to thermoform your 3D printed parts. This is useful for the 3D printed hands and arms that I do for E-Nable. I will go over some of the benefits to this process, and some ways that you can use it
Who is Nub Werkes Nub Werkes is our entity for all of our 3D printing interests and liaisons. We are a father and son team. We love 3D Printed hands! My name is Andrew DeLisle. I’m a System Service Representative for IBM. That’s IBM speak for a Field Service Technician. I’ve been into computers and