Slicer34 Videos

Designing for 3D Printing specifically

Making parts or products with a 3D printer is of course very easy to do at home, but if you are behind your Cad Cam program and start drawing, you have to take into account the tools you are going to use, your 3D printer. Not every 3D printer is the same, and that is […]

GEEETECH E180 is Working, yet still a PREVIEW

Watch my second attempt with this Geeetech E180 3D printer. I received a new slicer for it and now I can get it to work. The prints that are coming out of this printer really look amazing. The printer prints like many of it’s way more expensive siblings, yet the slicer isn’t perfect.

Simplify3D users can solve a problem I had in a previous video

Oops, if you make videos, then sometimes it goes wrong, like this morning when I released THIS video about designing for 3D printing. In that video I pick up a point that is not wrong in itself because you really have to take into account the way you manufacture something, but I use Simplify3D as […]

Geeetech E180 Final Review – New Style

Hi Guys and Girls, This is my first review I do scripted and I am planning to do a lot more of these reviews in this year. How do you like it? It’s all about the Geeetech E180. Althoug, it’s about the printer and NOT the slicer as I don’t think the slicer is very […]

XYZWare slicer for Pro FAILED

This is a manual excerpt

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.

Making an 18cm long bridge on the Da Vinci Pro 1.0

I saw this video from Joel Telling on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nL0nW… And I was thinking to myself… Can I do that… With my cheap Son of a …Da Vinci Pro machine? So I copied the settings Joel used on the same model he used and hit the print button. Guess what? I am pretty proud, although […]

3D Printing in SPIRAL VASE mode

Normally when you are printing a model on your 3D printer, the model will have a point where the printer begins and ends at each independent layer. When you are printing in spiral VASE mode however, your printer will be printing in one continues motion all the way until the print is finished. The benefits […]