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Review of the Flashforge Creator 3

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

We've been using the Flashforge Creator 3 for about 2 months now and we've been really happy with it. It's a really interesting 3D Printer designed for the higher end of the desktop 3D printing market. The main target market of the Flashforge Creator 3 are engineers and educators looking for a high-quality 3D printer which is easy to use and maintain. The Flashforge Creator 3 is an independent dual extruder 3D Printer with a build capacity of 300x250x200mm, a high-temperature extruder which goes up to 300˚C and a build plate which reaches up to 120˚C. Combined these specifications allow...

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3D Printer Bed Levelling Advice

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

Bed Levelling of 3D printers

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Flashforge Guider 2 - A big 3D printer for the adventurous

Posted by Munnie Chin on

 

Review of the FlashForge Guider 2 - a large volume 3D Printer for the adventurous.

In early 2017, Flashforge Corporation teased the release of the Flashforge Guider 2. After some initial teething problems, the large build plate 3D printer is now available for sale. We have been using the Flashforge Guider 2 for a few months and so far, we are very satisfied with most parts of it.

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3D Printing Trends for 2016 and Beyond

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

 

If it lives up to its potential as a truly groundbreaking technology, 3D printing will revolutionize a number of mainstream industries. Experts and industry analysts highlight that the manufacturing and healthcare sectors are almost certain to see major disruptions as 3D printing technology matures, with the current large, central manufacturing facility model likely to be replaced by thousands of local production facilities utilizing specialized 3D printers (distributed manufacturing).

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