3D Printing 101 - Parts on a 3D Printer

in dtube •  19 days ago 


This is the first video in a soon to be series exploring all of the basics of 3D printing. These videos are intended to be watched in order by someone just now getting into 3D printing.

In this first video, we examine the types of printers that exist, including Cartesian, CoreXY, and Delta. We also explore what all of the parts are called and what their functions are.

Videos mentioned:
CoreXY Explanation:


SD3D Mini Town Timelape:

CoreXY at MRRF 2019:

Delta 3D Printer:

CoreXY Timelapse:

Parts used in video (most are affiliate links)
CR-10: http://bit.ly/2s09KOU
Longer LK4 Pro: http://bit.ly/2BDywcJ
Weedo Tina2: http://bit.ly/2HFlctq
Adventurer 3 by FlashForge USA: http://bit.ly/2MrkeR3
Bondtech BMG Extruder: http://bit.ly/2sBHYZV
Titan Extruder: http://bit.ly/2PF9VNc
Overture PLA: https://amzn.to/2YKJdnS

Background Music by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud

Follow now for more free giveaways and 3D printing tutorials! Visit http://3dprintgeneral.com/ for products I have used in the past and approve.
You can also rep 3D printing and support the channel via my Merch Store: http://bit.ly/2GidwfQ

Grab the 2019 Edition of my 3D Printing Failures book: https://amzn.to/2qUhgKY
Purchase at a discount at my Patreon: http://bit.ly/2xBSDbY


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Hello Hello!

It was very interesting to see the video about your creation, congratulations!

Greetings from Venezuela

I honestly found these videos very useful. They are very well explained. Excellent post Thank you for sharing your knowledge in 3D printing. A big hello @print3d