Thanks for all the amazing videos!I’m in high school and I’ve been watching your videos to get my 3D printer working well while I build my biomimetic robots. They helped a lot. I built a rhino beetle robot and a snake robotI’ve been using my MK3 for a while but I still got a lot out of the video. I’m looking forward to future episodes.
Thank you Thomas for this series! Even though I’m in 3D printing for quite a while, I’ve never seen someone taking the approach to make a complete series on this topic. I’ve been going from cheap model to “printing” my own CoreXY myself to reliable workhorse. Enjoyed every moment and always glad to share and learn new stuff!
When i built my first 3d printer i did by finding all the parts myself, once i built the printer the challange came setting it up witch i got though. now printing on it was a mission! i ended up selling it, fast forward 7 years i brought my self an ender 3 and boom away i go perfect prints all the time! i have done three 18 hour prints no problem. its much easier to get into 3d printing now days, software is easier to use.
Great job, Thomas! This series is the foundation for 3d printing to become more user-friendly and mainstream than ever. It is too easy for many channels to assume education and experience that most users just don’t possess. Again, great job!
Hi Thomas, I have one addition to the subject list that you propose in this series. The design and CAD part and/or online models. I give lectures about 3D printing at a regular basis and notice that i should place more emphasis on this part than on the machines. If you can design parts well, then any printer can be able to print it. But if you are not able to draw the part you desire, then you have no use for a 3D printer.
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