I used Tom’s Infinity Blue Pla from @dasfilament_de at 210°C. Great color with nice glitter inside, but i used the same imperfect gcode from benchy #2. For the next print, i have to slice the stl again. Verwendet habe ich Toms infinity Blue Pla von @dasfilament_de bei 210°C. Der Gcode ist noch der Gleiche wie beim letzten Benchy und zeigt (zum Glück) genau die gleichen Fehler, jetzt werde ich das Benchy nochmal slicen und für #4 verwenden.
Wow.. I had to show you guys the difference! Both printed on the @josefprusa i3 mk3. Top one is the standard Prusa pla and the first print i made on the mk3. Bottom one is printed in @treedfilaments Fusion PLA. 😊 Conclusion: The MK3 is a great and remarkable printer. Also, i stepped up my calibration game. I love both filaments but the FUSION by TREED looks incredible with those sparkles in there. I can't really compare the two as FUSION is kinda different material then the Prusa pla. On to the next one.
Last month, @openbionics introduced the Hero Arm, the world's first medically approved 3D-printed bionic arm - discover more about their work and the role of Ultimaker in it on https://ultimaker.com/en/stories/36096-open-bionics-3d-printed-prosthetic-limbs
A new way to use, stabilize and protect your camera
Next generation of penny board with radial and W concave printed in a single build on HP's MJF in Nylon 12. Fully customizable from geometry, texture, and color. Has surprisingly good pop that is somewhat similar to wood.