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DIY heated bed for a Cetus 3D printer

Last year I purchased a Cetus 3D printer which I have now been using off and on for 8 months. So far I have been very happy with the results. Quick review of the printer Positives: ~10 min assembly time. Extremely high … Continue reading

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Is filament feedstock better for the environment than ‘nurdles’?

Something that has become painfully obvious over the last week is that handling granular HDPE is a very messy business indeed. These plastic nurdles, as i just discovered they are called, act a bit like sand in that they get into everything. … Continue reading

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