Build your own customized version of Marlin firmware with ease. No need to bother setting up VSCode and other tools, it takes less than 10 minutes from the command line.
The is a fantastic concept, but a horrible product. It’s intended to rival the likes of OctoPrint and AstroBox, providing network control for 3D Printers, with a simple app interface that can slice and send files to print remotely. Unfortunately it doesn’t even meet the most basic expectations, but we can repurpose the device with […]
Creality 3D Printers are notorious for having a warped heated bed. The Ender 3 and 5 series have it the worst, with seemingly zero quality control on what reaches the customers. Purchasing a glass plate has become almost a necessity, a band-aid fix to cover up underlying surface problems. With flatness tolerances ranging anywhere from […]
The SKR Mini E3 is an affordable, 32 bit board upgrade for the Ender-3 and Ender-5 3D Printers. The form factor (shape) and layout are an exact match to the original Creality boards, making it a simple drop-in replacement. It comes with a blazing fast 32 bit ARM Cortex processor, the latest TMC 2209 silent […]
When I first started down the rabbit hole of 3D Printer upgrades, one of my earliest projects was installing a V6 hotend on the Anet A8. It came with a small, 30mm cooling fan and plenty of wiring length was included, but it didn’t have a plug for the board. This conundrum introduced me to […]
All Metal Hotends are an exciting upgrade, but do come with a learning curve and their own set of problems. We’ll look at the most common issues and fixes.