What do people get wrong about 3D printing

SOS misprint overview

This error can be recognized and felt immediately on the surface. The cause ...

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Who doesn't know this problem? After hours the print is ready and everything looks ...

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This problem is very similar to elephant feet, but does not occur at the beginning, but during the ...

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Even if all the settings are correct, unsightly lumps can sometimes appear on the surface ...

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In 3D printing, it is very important that the individual layers bond together optimally. ...

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There are many setting options within the slicer software for filling your model. Starting with ...

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Filaments can cope with many types of incorrect settings in the slicer. However, an incorrectly set nozzle temperature can ...

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If the mechanics of your 3D printer are working properly and you have made the right settings, ...

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This problem occurs very often, especially in the early days. In most cases ...

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Problems can arise especially with filigree contours and small details. To still ...

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Overheating of the filament plays a major role in this problem; the material becomes ...

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Good adhesion to the print bed is the basis for every print, sometimes you have ...

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The transition between two raised points without a support structure is called a bridge. Since the individual ...

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The versatility of 3D printing presents us with a wide variety of challenges, such as works of art or ...

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The filament itself is very tough. It can withstand many misconfigurations in the slicer program. Mostly ...

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This misprint only affects the surface structure and is therefore mostly overlooked. The quality of your des ...

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The distortion of the material is also a product of the shrinkage. Since the FDM printing process builds up layer by layer ...

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The model leans to one side. The angle of inclination can vary depending on the size or type ...

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With the help of a support structure, objects can be printed that would otherwise be very difficult to ...

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Drops on the outer shell are often caused by excessive extrusion, during printing it can ...

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How should we optimally adhere to an unstable foundation layer by layer and our ...

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The so-called Z-seam is always created at the shift change point, i.e. the position at which the ...

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This printing problem is immediately noticeable on the surface. In order to achieve a clean and smooth outer surface ...

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There is no flow of material right from the start of printing, the positive thing is that no filament is wasted ...

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These unwanted traces on the surface are also referred to as scars or markings. You ...

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Torn filament can happen at any time during the printing process, unfortunately the result of this problem is loss ...

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To ensure the stability of the workpiece, the outer contours and the inner ...

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