3d printer time lapse



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.