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Halloween is right around the corner, and that means it’s time to break out the orange and purple filament and get printing! We compiled a list of 10 of the coolest Halloween themed 3D printing projects to take your costume or decorations to the next level!

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My amazing wife bought me a 3D printer for Christmas this year (along with some other dope stuff!). She bought me the Creality3D Ender 3, which I think is the best ~$200 3D printer on the market. I was eager to see if I got a 3D printer, so I was up at 6:30 am on Christmas morning READY to rip into presents!  Small backstory I've wanted a 3D printer for a year or so now. I realized the usefulness a 3D printer could bring to my life when my friend Wil started to build a home security system with...

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Any structure needs a strong foundation. That's why Ender 3 bed leveling is so important. Learn how to ensure that the all-important first layer is solid. ENDER 3 BED LEVELINGA Solid Foundation The term “bed leveling” is actually a misnomer. You’re not making it level with the ground but placing it so that the nozzle tip is at the same, correct distance over the entire surface of the build surface. This is important because the first layer in a build is the main support for the rest of the print. In order to achieve a solid base, the bed must...

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Creality3D, founded in 2014, is a 3D printer manufacturer based in China, offering more than 20 products. Their popular Ender 3 was recently voted “Best 3D Printer Under $200” by All3DP ( review here). Now, the company is making their most popular 3D printer, the Ender 3, completely open source. This makes it the first Open Source Hardware Association certified 3D printer in China. This means not just a few files have been shared, but all hardware, CAD files, board schematics, and firmware files are available. You can find the updated versions on the company’s GitHub page. Creality 3D adds...

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Here are what we experienced with the Ender 5 Plus: It’s Much Bigger Well, pretty obvious, isn’t it? While the build volume of its “little brother” Ender 5 (220 x 220 x 300 mm) is enough for most prints, it is always convenient to have extra space for bigger tasks. The Ender 5 Plus offers precisely that. Its glass bed boasts an area of 350 x 350 mm, while the Z-axis stretches to 400 mm. That’s bigger than the print volume on a Creality’s CR-10S, which sat at 300 x 300 x 400 mm. The outside measurements are 632 x 666...

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