Extrusion Width – The magic parameter for strong 3D prints?

Extrusion Width – The magic parameter for strong 3D prints?

Extrusion width determines how wide the line of material is that your 3D printer extrudes through it’s nozzle and that’s a parameter that I rarely touched until now. For todays video, I’ve investigated the interesting

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Extrusion width determines how wide the line of material is that your 3D printer extrudes through it’s nozzle and that’s a parameter that I rarely touched until now. For todays video, I’ve investigated the interesting

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Hooked on 3D Printing: What is the Strongest 3D Printer Filament?

Hooked on 3D Printing: What is the Strongest 3D Printer Filament?

Hi everybody, Erick Wolf here from Airwolf 3D. Today I’m going to talk to you about the strength of commonly and not so commonly 3d printed materials specifically we’ll be talking about PLA nylon 910,

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Hi everybody, Erick Wolf here from Airwolf 3D. Today I’m going to talk to you about the strength of commonly and not so commonly 3d printed materials specifically we’ll be talking about PLA nylon 910,

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3D Printing with PETG – How does the printing temperature affect strength? || Setup & Tips

3D Printing with PETG – How does the printing temperature affect strength? || Setup & Tips

In a previous video I printed and tested dozens of PLA specimens to find out if the printing temperature changes the strength of your parts. I got a couple of requests to do the same

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In a previous video I printed and tested dozens of PLA specimens to find out if the printing temperature changes the strength of your parts. I got a couple of requests to do the same

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3D PRINTING with CARBON FIBERS – ColorFabb XT-CF20 REVIEW

3D PRINTING with CARBON FIBERS – ColorFabb XT-CF20 REVIEW

This roll of Colorfabb XT-CF20 has been sitting untouched in my shelf for over a year now. Now, I finally found the time to put this Carbon Fiber filled material though its paces. This week

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This roll of Colorfabb XT-CF20 has been sitting untouched in my shelf for over a year now. Now, I finally found the time to put this Carbon Fiber filled material though its paces. This week

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Strong 3D prints through ANNEALING, but… Part 1: PLA

As you probably know, I do a lot of 3D printing material testing on my channel and one of the most common questions that I always get is, what would happen if I annealed, baked

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As you probably know, I do a lot of 3D printing material testing on my channel and one of the most common questions that I always get is, what would happen if I annealed, baked

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Printing PLA at 265°C? How does printing temperature affect strength?

Printing PLA at 265°C? How does printing temperature affect strength?

Have you ever asked yourself how the printing temperature influences the strength of your 3D printed parts? I printed and tested almost 50 specimens and will give you an answer to that question. Guten Tag

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Have you ever asked yourself how the printing temperature influences the strength of your 3D printed parts? I printed and tested almost 50 specimens and will give you an answer to that question. Guten Tag

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Threaded Inserts in 3D Prints – How strong are they?

Threaded Inserts in 3D Prints – How strong are they?

Brass threaded inserts significantly transform the look, feel and use of your 3D printed parts. But how much better do they perform in comparison to 3D printed or conventionally cut threads? Let’s find out more!

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Brass threaded inserts significantly transform the look, feel and use of your 3D printed parts. But how much better do they perform in comparison to 3D printed or conventionally cut threads? Let’s find out more!

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3D printing Polypropylene (PP) filament – FormFutura Centaur PP™ REVIEW

3D printing Polypropylene (PP) filament – FormFutura Centaur PP™ REVIEW

Polypropylene or short PP is the second most commonly used polymer on earth with some really unique features. There isn’t much information on 3D printing this material around so in todays video we’ll take a

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Polypropylene or short PP is the second most commonly used polymer on earth with some really unique features. There isn’t much information on 3D printing this material around so in todays video we’ll take a

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MUCH STRONGER 3D prints due to LESS COOLING! Testing PLA & PETG

MUCH STRONGER 3D prints due to LESS COOLING! Testing PLA & PETG

A part cooling fan is something which has become a necessity on our 3D printers since the days we started printing parts in PLA or similar materials. But does this cool stream of air that

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A part cooling fan is something which has become a necessity on our 3D printers since the days we started printing parts in PLA or similar materials. But does this cool stream of air that

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The King of 3D printing materials? Polymaker PolyMax PC REVIEW

The King of 3D printing materials? Polymaker PolyMax PC REVIEW

Polycarbonate is widely considered to be the king of consumer 3D printing materials when it comes to strength and toughness and I actually had to learn that the hard way during my tests since it

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Polycarbonate is widely considered to be the king of consumer 3D printing materials when it comes to strength and toughness and I actually had to learn that the hard way during my tests since it

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