It’s no secret calibrating your 3D printer is super important. Especially, if you want to figure out the ultimate capabilities of your 3D printer and 3D printing resin. Some time ago, we have created 3D printer calibration part for resin 3D printers. Our goal was to ease the stress of troubleshooting your 3D printer. In this article we would like to present some minor updates to our widely used and free 3D printer calibration part – AmeraLabs Town.
In a previous blog post “6 Key Principles of 3D Printing Supports that Work” we have covered why support structures are needed, how to properly set them up for SLA 3D printing and the key reasons behind failing supports. This time we set out to prove our assumptions with an experiment.
Quick and easy to use spreadsheet to setup cure times, lifting heights and speeds for 3D printing with nanoDLP software.
Impressive calibration part for resin 3D printers together with the guide on how to understand its features
Probably every 3D printing enthusiast prints calibration parts quite frequently. However, all of them usually end up in recycle bin, because such test prints are technical and ugly. Therefore, we created 3D printer calibration part for resin 3D printers that will not only ease the stress of troubleshooting your 3D printer but will also produce wonderfully looking, high detailed 3D prints for you to keep or give as a present to a friend.