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Review 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament Connector – 3D Filament Welder Connector Easy Operate Repair Broken 3D Filament for All Kind PLA/ABS/PETG/TPU/PC/PP/Hips Material

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Details: 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament Connector – 3D Filament Welder Connector Easy Operate Repair Broken 3D Filament for All Kind PLA/ABS/PETG/TPU/PC/PP/Hips Material

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • 【Refuse Filament Waste】: 3D Filament welder Repair filament is disconnected during printing or there is surplus material after printing, which is not enough to print a model, it can be connected to continue printing.
  • 【Multi-Level Model】 3D Printer Filament Connector main to help connect 1.75 mm filaments of same or different materials or different colors of the same filament can be connected to print out a multi-level model.
  • 【Constant Temperature Heater】3D filament splicer adopts constant temperature heater, The heating can reach 210 degrees, To ensure safety and faster cooling, please do not keep heating for more than 3 minutes. (Note:If the heating time is too long, it is easy to cause the material to become brittle.)
  • 【Wide Range of Applications】Filament Welder Connecto for All Kind 1.75mm Filament PLA/ABS/PETG/PC/PP/TPU/HIPS Material ,Different materials need different heating time, so you need to try several times.

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament Connector - 3D Filament Welder Connector Easy Operate Repair Broken 3D Filament for All Kind PLA/ABS/PETG/TPU/PC/PP/Hips Material

review 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament Connector - 3D Filament Welder Connector Easy Operate Repair Broken 3D Filament for All Kind PLA/ABS/PETG/TPU/PC/PP/Hips Material

Buyer Guide 3D Printing Supplies

 Buying good 3D printers is a complicated process. There are dozens of factors to consider, and it’s almost impossible for a consumer to vet them on their own.

  • Price. 3D printers are expensive. The entry-level models start at around US$500, while high-end models cost as much as US$1,500.
  • Build Quality. 3D printers are made up of multiple components, and not all of them are created equal. Make sure you pick a model that includes quality components.
  • Type of Filament. 3D printer filaments come in different materials. The most common ones include PLA (polylactic acid), ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol), and PVA (polyvinyl alcohol).
  • Resolution. 3D printers are more accurate now than ever, but not all of them come with mind-blowing resolutions. Some are capable of printing in resolutions as high as 10 microns (?m).
  • Speed. 3D printers are fast. The top models can print objects at speeds of up to 220mm/s.
  • Size. 3D printers come in different sizes, from desktop models to industrial-scale solutions. Look up the dimensions of each model.

 

How to choose 3D Printing Supplies

If you are interested in learning more about 3D printing, you may have already started shopping for the materials and tools you’ll need to create the objects you want.

  • 3D printing is the process by which a three-dimensional object is created one layer at a time. There are six different types of 3D printing materials to choose from:
  • The filament: This is the material, such as plastic, metal, or ceramics, that is fed into a 3D printer.
  • Thermal resistance: This refers to how resistant a material is to heat. Some materials, such as PLA, are more thermally sensitive.
  • The layer thickness: The layer thickness of the material determines how dense the surface can be. The higher the number, the thicker the layer.
  • The curing speed: This refers to how long it takes for a material to solidify.
  • The bonding strength: This is the ability of the material to stick to itself or to another object.

Stability: This refers to how resistant a material is to warping or shrinking. Some materials, such as ABS, are more elastic.

When choosing your materials, it’s important to consider which items you plan to print. The printing process requires certain materials like resin, which can be toxic and flammable.

In addition to the materials, you will also want to consider the tools you will need. A 3D printer itself can cost several thousand dollars, so it’s important to choose wisely.

  • The size of the printer: When choosing a printer, it’s important to consider the size of the object you plan to print.
  • The printing speed: Depending on your needs, you may need a faster or slower printer.
  • The resolution: The resolution refers to the level of detail you can include in your print.
  • The printing volume: The bigger the printer, the more material it can process at a time.
  • The filament capacity: If you plan to print bigger objects, you may need a bigger capacity.

How to maintain 3D Printing Supplies

3D printing is a fast-growing industry, and many people with 3D printers are excited to add to their collections. However, 3D printing supplies can be expensive, and you don’t want your materials to go to waste. So, how do you keep your materials in good condition?

  • Keep them organized. Many materials come in resealable bags, and it’s easy to lose track of what’s inside. By storing your materials in resealable bags, you’ll always have an easy way of seeing what’s inside.
  • Don’t pack them full. Packing materials too full can force the material inside the bag to break apart and warp. So, if you’re storing your materials in resealable bags, they should be packed loosely.
  • Keep them clean. 3D printers use plastic filament, which tends to be very sticky. When storing or transporting your materials, use a thin layer of vegetable oil to keep them from sticking to each other or to other objects.
  • Wash them by hand. Many 3D printers use a heated build plate that melts layers of plastic together. Printed parts can get stuck in this plate, which can damage the 3D printer. So, instead of washing the parts in the washing machine, wash them by hand.
  • Oil them regularly. It is a good idea to oil your 3D printer’s print bed regularly to keep parts from sticking to it.
  • Clean them regularly. Cleaning your 3D printer’s print bed is essential. If you don’t clean the print bed regularly, it may become covered with dried, hardened plastic, which can cause parts to get stuck.
  • Keep them out of sunlight. UV light can damage or discolor your model parts. So, place your 3D printer in a well-lit, cool area.