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The Factors You Pay For In A 3D Printer

Shopping for a 3D printer? What should you look for? Everyone knows how to shop for common items, such as cars or computers (well, perhaps excepting your grandparents), but what do you look for in a 3D printer? What are the key characteristics that define the device? Wait, we didn't mention build volume. That's because we believe it really doesn't matter. Virtually all personal 3D printers have build volumes sufficient to print common-sized objects of around 10cm on a side. Larger items are problematic to print for several reasons: print time becomes ridiculous; likelihood of print failure increases; filament capacity is exceeded. Don't print

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06 Sep
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05 Sep
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05 Sep
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05 Sep
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05 Sep
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