3D printing timelapse



My Prusa i3 MK2 no longer was able to heat up the print bed so I could 3D print upgrade parts for the MK2.5S. This work-horse of a machine has brought many ideas into reality for a lot of our customers. Now we're 3D printing parts for a 3D printer to become another 3D printer! 

But first, I had to repair the broken wire causing the failed heated bed that happened from shear over-use. This is a maintenance repair for the printer, not a defect. Something that most people new to 3D printing (including myself) find out - 3D printers need work, especially if you want to make them work all the time. I enjoy repairing my 3D printers when I can, so I soldered the wire back and calibrated the printer. I am very new to soldering. If you have any tips please share them in the comments! Would love to learn!

Then, we printed the first of the replacement parts after running a Z-calibration and now we're able to 3D print for our customers again! Phew! 

Preparing for the MASSIVE Creality CR-10 S5 3D Printer

Preparing for the MASSIVE Creality CR-10 S5 3D Printer

We just got our latest addition to our 3D Printer Fleet - the Creality CR-10 S5! This is the most MASSIVE 3D printer I have ever used, never mind assembled. I set up the camera to show the process of putting this giant 3D printer together and getting filament to extrude from the nozzle! Big first steps.

3D Printed Deadpool Knife Holder (with timelapse!)

I made this Deadpool Knife holder for my brother to hold all his knives for cooking and because he's a mega-Deadpool fan. I can't thank BrittLiv enough for the great instructable (you can find it here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Deadpool-Knife-Block/)

This model was scaled down from it's original size so that I could print it in one solid piece on my Prusa i3 MK2. As BrittLiv's instructable shows, I used rectangle models measured to fit my brother's knives into and cut those out of the original model to create slots for each knife.

For 3D printing on the Prusa i3 MK2, used a larger nozzle size (0.60mm vs. 0.40mm) and a larger layer height (300 vs. from. 200 microns) to get the final part printed in just under 20 hours. After removing the supports I used a few coats of red spray paint. Then, I used acrylic paint for the mask details.

If you'd like to learn more, head over to www.ag3d-printing.com to find out more about AG3D. We also offer 3D printing, Reverse Engineering, and CAD modeling for Student Projects, DIYers, Makers, Entrepreneurs, Engineers and more!

Head over to our website to fill out our form and get a free quote to bring your idea into reality!


Let's 3D Print Something | Rocketship Phone & Tablet Holder

Our first successful time-lapse of a 3D Print that didn't us make dizzy!

Here is our first of many video's where we 3D print something! It could be a design of our own, or promoting a designer's work from a place like thingiverse. We want to show people what it looks like to 3D print something, show how we made, and hopefully teach them something new about 3D printing in the 3 minutes we have for each of these videos. 

We would love to know what we could do to make these videos better, so please let us know in the comments below!

Our first 3D printed object for this "Let's 3D Print Something" is AG3D's own design - the Rocketship phone/tablet stand so you can keep your phone right where you need it when you're working at your desk of need to be handsfree! You can purchase one from our Etsy shop over at ag3dprinting.etsy.com for $15/ea with MANY color options!


We show a timelapse of the 3D print being made, as well as some 3D print details so you know how it was made.

The 3D Printability of this model is an 8/10. 3D printability is the score every part will have on "Let's 3D Print Something". It represents how well a part can be simply 3D printed. 10/10 means you can just take the part off the bed after it's done 3D printing.

Let us know in the comments below some other models or things you'd like us to 3D print!

To find out more about 3D printing with AG3D head over to www.ag3d-printing.com to learn more and get a free quote on your next 3D printing project!

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