Discover which features make the Ultimaker 3 the most industrial-grade desktop 3D printer available.
Learn more about the Ultimaker 3 here: http://ultim.kr/2efgJMZ
Model: Gyro the Dodo by Virtox
« About Ultimaker »
From the very beginning we’ve nurtured an environment for open source collaboration and sharing. Through our industry-leading products such as Ultimaker 3D printers and Cura software, all realized through open source, people who joined our 3D printing community now have a way of expressing ideas and creating products with ease that just wasn’t there before.
Our innovative Cura software makes 3D printing so easy. It’s a free to download 3D slicer which prepares your 3D models quickly and easily. For newbies it’ll do everything for you, and for experts there’s a world of advanced settings to tinker with. Cura has been engineered to make the very most of the Ultimaker family. And vice versa. Born from open source community collaboration, together they create a stable, reliable and seamless 3D printing experience. The Ultimaker community of 3D printing experts is great for useful tips & tricks, inspiring prints, immediate help and new connections. Start exploring today.
« About 3D printing »
3D printing is often called additive manufacturing as well. It’s a rapid prototyping technology which uses plastic filaments that are extruded under high temperatures. Layer by layer it 3D prints the physical object. Professionals and makers all around the world use Ultimaker 3D printers for rapid prototyping, engineering, product design, 3D printed art, jewelry, and in fashion, medicine and education. With several aftermarket or 3D printed add-ons you can even turn an Ultimaker into a food 3D printer.
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This is a DIY kit, meaning the package arrives in parts and is not assembled. The building of this 3D printer was surprisingly easy and should not intimidate anyone from buying this product. The assembling process from start to finish was approximately 5 hours, and another 2 hours for programming.
Cura or Slic3r? Well, first of all I’m using the Repetier-Host software. In the very start I did in fact use Slic3r with success. However, it significantly improved the print quality once I changed to Cura. That’s the slicer I use all the time, and is highly recommended for beginners!
How noisy is it? Not noisy at all! According to my sound meter app the decibel level hovered around 60dB. You can definetely be in the same room as the printer!
My two best tips for improving this printer is the following:
1. Print out a better cooling nozzle! The included one is terrible because it only blows air on one part of the printed object. When the other side doesn’t receive any cooling it will warp and twist, causing your print to lift one corner. Cooling is the key for improving prints! With no cooling the outer layer will not look as good as it could with sufficient cooling.
2. There’s nothing worse than a failed print! This could be caused by numerous things. However, the one major problem I experienced in the beginning was tangled filament. Basically the filament holder was not rotating smoothly enough for the extruder to pull it efficiently. The filament tangled and blocked the filament entrance, causing a failed print. That’s why you have to make a better filament holder. I recommend you construct your holder by using bearings (see video).
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