What is a 3d printer?
A 3d printer is a machine capable of printing figures with volume from a computer-made design. Volume means it’s wide, long, and high.
What is it for?
A 3D printer what it really does is to produce a 3D design created with the computer in a physical (real) 3D model. That is, if we have designed in our computer, for example, a simple cup of coffee by means of any CAD program (Computer Aided Design), we can print it in reality by means of the 3D printer and obtain a physical product that would be the own cup of coffee
It is very possible that, if you are thinking of buying a 3D printer, one of the doubts that you can ask is to what extent it is a pot that you are going to take advantage of. After all, it is a considerable investment so that it ends up abandoned in a drawer after the first few months.
Various tips of 3d printer keep the coils in a cool and dry place.
- If you are not going to use the printer for more than 2 days, remove the filament and clean the Hot-End and the extruder.
- If you use special filaments (such as wood, bronze or copper) and you will not be present when the printing finishes, use a command to maintain the temperature of the printer. Thus, you will prevent the filament remains from solidifying and the Hot-End will remain clean.
- If you use lacquer, spray it as far as possible from the printer to prevent it from adhering to the mechanical elements