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Geeetech Silk PLA Gold and Copper Review

This review does NOT include any paid product promotion. The links to the Geeetech store are NOT affiliate links that earn me money and NO money has been paid for making this review. This review is my personal opinion about this filament. Geeetech Silk Copper https://www.amazon.de/GEEETECH-filament-1-75mm-Drucker-Filament/dp/B07R5MHYVL Geeetech Silk Gold https://www.amazon.de/GEEETECH-filament-1-75mm-Drucker-Filament/dp/B07R4M6FMQ After my previous test of […]

Geeetech PLA filament review

Geeetech has given me two rolls of PLA filament to make a review. It concerns Black and White filament on spools of 1 kg. per coil that has a retail value of 19 Euro each, so a cheap filament. To test the filament, I made a number of detailed prints, and a few Print-in-place prints, […]

Dumble Weight Camera Stand 3D Printed

In this video we are going to make an overhead camera standard with dumble weights and a 3D printed holder. The standard is easy to move around the entire table, so you can easily work from multiple angles and also make the best shots while recording your clip. I am making this dumble booth amusing […]

3D printed stand for my multimeter

Multimeters are always in the way and they are also so lightweight that they turn in all directions and never stay nice under the angle at which you actually want to look. From now on that is no longer a problem, because I have made a 3D printed stand for my multimeter that I can […]

Pathio – The Answers on your questions

After my previous video about the new Pathio slicer, I received a lot of responses from you. The reactions varied from very satisfied with the slicer and the way the company deals with beta testing to very dissatisfied, people who do not wish to cooperate on a product that is not open source. One of […]

My thoughts on the Pathio slicer

So today the E3D team went public with their beta release of Pathio and to be honest, I would not go there and download it right now. Why? Watch my video and please leave a comment.

Hiding flaws in 3D printed parts with textured spraypaint

We all sometimes suffer from a print that is just not completely beautiful because we had settings wrong or because we have a small defect in the printer. To be able to use those failed prints, you can nowadays buy very beautiful spray paint that is perfect to use to mask errors in your 3D […]

DIY bone conducting headset for airsoft gameplay using a 3D printer

In this video I will be making a bone conducting earpiece for airsoft gameplay so I can listen to the things that are happening around me while still being able to hear my two way radio. The parts needed for this project are a simple earpiece for the Baofeng UV-5R radio I use and a […]

Making a solder fume extractor

In this video I am making a solder fume extractor so I don’t have to breath the fumes from my soldering iron. The thing is made in Fusion360 and sliced in Simplify3D. After that I am printing the fume extractor on my JGAurora A5 (link to that machine down below) and then I put it […]

Giving color to my room with a filter holder for regular LED lights

You might have noticed that since a few weeks I am trying to give a little more color to the channel by using several different colored lamps for the background I am using. Now, as I am not only using LED bars but also round LED lights, I wanted to make a filter holder on […]