Your typical introverted internet nerd.
I started 3D printing a few months ago with an Ender 3 V2, and realized quickly that 3D printing is very involved with multilayer critical thinking.
In other words, 3D printing is not easy, and requires a lot of time, energy, and focus to become proficient with this craft.
In many ways 3D printing has changed my life for the better.
I'm able to save money by printing things for my home (towel hangers, utensil hangers, storage boxes, gardening tools.)
The list is endless, if you can imagine it, you can print it!
Now I will print my profile name with a 0.8 mm nozzle , and 0.5 mm layer height:
Any 3D printing pro will know this is far from a perfect print!
I know most of the problematic areas of this print, and would love to discuss what could be done to improve it!
Do you think you know? Tell me in the comments!
I intend to use this blog to teach about 3D printing and design work.
Any and all prints will be my own designs unless given permission to host other peoples work.
I am just starting my journey with 3D printing, and I would love suggestions on what you would all like to see from me.
Timelapse videos are in the plans, but I have to get my equipment up to par for this, and it will take some planning.
Thank you all for stopping by. I will try to post various times throughout the week with different styles of educational 3D printing posts.
It's a pleasure to be here!