3D printing has been all the rage lately with both professionals and prosumers accomplishing incredible things from printing patient organs for surgery practice to printing robotic arms and quad-copters.
As with all things, there has been a trickle-down effect that’s led to even the most inexperienced being able to obtain this revolutionary technology. Here we will explore my adventure from having never touched a 3D printer to assembling and operating my own Creality Ender 3.
NOTE: Creality did not in any way endorse or commission this article. I purchased my Ender 3 myself as my first step into the hobby. Furthermore, I’m still a noob. I might have a solid understanding of how a 3D printer works, but I have put in nowhere near as much time into the hobby as the veterans of forums, nor have I spent any time operating any printer other […]
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