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Re-Arm 3D Printer Board
Re-ARM Controller 32 Bit  Board Review If you’re currently using a RAMPS setup with the 8-bit Arduino Mega and you’re feeling limited by the slowness of the 8 bit processor, you might like to switch to the Re-Arm 32 bit micro controller board. Re-ARM Controller 32 Bit  Overview The Re-ARM board is a 32 bit plug-in replacement for the Arduino Mega which...
Stepper Driver Comparision 3D Printer
Stepper Driver components allow you can make anything with a 3D printer and a dream, putting the world at your fingertips. However, a 3D printer is nothing without its stepper motor. This motor transfers your idea into a 3D printed object through a stepper driver. Stepper drivers are small electric devices that cache the print information coming from 3D printer...
Prusa Mini In Box
Prusa Mini 3D Printer Intro Prusa Mini 3D Printer, is it really the best in its price class? I finally decided to jump on buying a Prusa Mini in quest for a printer that “just works”. With an already long waiting list and then hit COVID it took about four months for this printer to arrive. Was it worth the...
octoprint
Octoprint is a quick and effective way to run your 3D Printer without having your main laptop or desktop tied to it. It can be used to remotely control your printer, make it wireless, monitor it from across the internet, and more. You can install Octoprint on an old computer and it’ll do all the work of interfacing with...
3d printing background
Something has to do the actual work of driving your 3D printer. Your windows PC doesn’t have enough input and outputs on its own. It's possible to find crazy expansion boards, but at the end of the day, neither windows nor mac were built for this. It’s not worth it to build a fully custom solution either, that means...
stepper driver 3d printer guide
Stepper Drivers, Not Your Normal Motor? Stepper Drivers are an important part of any 3D printer. We’ve covered a little about how your printer works. You feed it instructions in a language called GCode, which basically says “Up Z Axis, Increase Y Axis, Decrease X Axis, Extrude 1mm.” There is a small problem with this though: how do we know...
marlin beginner guide
Marlin 2.0 3D Printer firmware is the latest version that supports 32-bit Mainboards. If you have a 8-bit mainboard and want to install marlin check out our Marlin 1.1 Beginner Guide. Marlin 2.0 can applies to any Marlin HAL-compatible controller with an onboard bootable SD card. Marlin 2.0 Pre-Requisites A fresh copy of Marlin 2.0: Click Here VSCode IDE Installed...
best 3d printing slicers
What are 3D Printer Slicers? You have a 3D model, you want to get it printed, but your printer won’t accept any file formats you can export to. The printer will only except a GCode file. Not a single modeling tool you can get ahold of spits out GCode, right? This is where a slicer comes in, and a...
local 3d printers
On Monday, October 1st, 2018, 3D Hubs completely switched thier 3D printing service to the Fulfilled by 3DHubs offering. This means that they no longer make it possible for Hubs outside the Manufacturing Partner Program to receive orders on 3D Hubs.So what does this mean? Well basically unless you are running a semi-commercial 3D Printing service, your not on...
PID Tune 3D Printer
PID Tune to your hotend will result in better quality prints so it's worth the time to learn how to do it. It's not that hard at all. If you haven't installed the Marlin Firmware on your 3D Printers Mainboard or don't know what Marlin is check out my article; Beginner Guide to Marlin 1.1 3D Printer Firmware before trying this tutorial. What...