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3D Printering: When an STL File is Not Quite Right

3D Printering: When an STL File is Not Quite Right

Author: Donald Papp / Source: Hackaday STL files are everywhere. When there’s something to 3D print, it’s probably going to be an STL. Which, as long as the model is good just as it is, is no trouble at all. But sooner or later there will be a model that...

Hard Drive Gives Its Life to Cool 3D Prints

Hard Drive Gives Its Life to Cool 3D Prints

Author: Mike Szczys / Source: Hackaday [Mark Rehorst] has been on the hunt for the perfect 3D printer cooling fan and his latest take is a really interesting design. He’s printed an impeller and housing, completing the fan using a hard drive motor to make it...

3D-Printer Gets Hot-Swappable Hot-Ends

3D-Printer Gets Hot-Swappable Hot-Ends

Author: Ben James / Source: Hackaday 3D printers can be hacked into a multitude of useful machines, simply by replacing the filament extruder with a new attachment such as a laser engraver or plotter. However, [geggo] was fed up with re-wiring and mounting...

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