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The effect 3D printing has on the environment has been a growing topic over the last years. Not every print turns out good and you often have to throw away some waste. As presented in previous blog post, most of the filament basically consist of plastic and it is pretty clear that throwing away plastic is not at all environmental friendly. But this shall not mean we should stop with 3D printing. It should be a reason to think out of the box and find ways to be better. One step to do is using biodegradable…

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Yes we love 3D printing. And yes, sometimes it can drive us crazy. You can create amazing pieces, but sometimes, but sometimes everything gets destroyed within a second before it’s been finished. It’s annoying and frustrating and when you just started with 3D printing it is absolutely demotivating and you probably want to sell your printer straight away. But don’t give up! We have some advices for. Today, we want to focus on warping. Read More

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Wood benchyMost 3D printed designs should not only be practical, they should also be aesthetically attractive. Well, most filaments come in different colours, but still they often do not look really fashionable. So, if you want to print an object that does not look like plastic, you…

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PETGChoosing the right filament for your 3D print job is a tough decision to make as there are so many different ones out there. So in order to make a good choice that fits your needs, it is good to know which features the different material have. Today we want to point out the features…

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UsiPLAng the right material is an important decision make to complete the perfect print job. Looking at the material that are out there, you could choose from several options and PLA (or Poly Lactic Acid) is one of them is the most popular one. But why should you use PLA? What makes it the better choice?

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