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Review CCTREE 3D Printer Filament Dryer Box,Filament Dehydrator 3D Printer Spool Holder, Dry Box for Keeping Filament Dry During 3D Printing,Compatible with 1.75mm, 2.85mm, 3.00mm Filament, Storage Box

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Details: CCTREE 3D Printer Filament Dryer Box,Filament Dehydrator 3D Printer Spool Holder, Dry Box for Keeping Filament Dry During 3D Printing,Compatible with 1.75mm, 2.85mm, 3.00mm Filament, Storage Box

Brand: CCTREE

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • 【Keep Filament Dry】:Wet 3d printing filament will caused to stringing, clogging, poor adhesion, and Layer Shift. CCTREE FDM 3D Filament Dryer Enclosure can drying while printing to improve your 3D model, reducing the impact of the objective environment on the printing of 3d filaments.
  • 【Easy to Use】Turn on the power, load your filament, and then set the temperature and drying time you want, recommend baked 3-6 hours before printing, CCTREE dryer will have better printing effect when used with printer
  • 【Compatible with 99% of 3D Filament Spools】Maximum capacity of CCTREE dryer box is ¦µ210*85(H)mm. Works perfectly with all standard filament diameters 1.75mm/2.85mm/3.00mm.
  • 【Simple but Effective】The print quality will be better if using filament dried by CCTREE filament dehydrator box, surface smoother, layer adhesion

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

review CCTREE 3D Printer Filament Dryer Box,Filament Dehydrator 3D Printer Spool Holder, Dry Box for Keeping Filament Dry During 3D Printing,Compatible with 1.75mm, 2.85mm, 3.00mm Filament, Storage Box

review CCTREE 3D Printer Filament Dryer Box,Filament Dehydrator 3D Printer Spool Holder, Dry Box for Keeping Filament Dry During 3D Printing,Compatible with 1.75mm, 2.85mm, 3.00mm Filament, Storage Box

Buyer Guide 3D Printing Supplies

It’s always a good idea to have a firm understanding of each individual component, and go from there.

  • Filament, or “muck.” The filament is a plastic used in 3D printing. It’s usually available in different diameters and colors.
  • Printer. There are different kinds of 3D printers, including desktop, industrial, and open-source models.
  • Software. There are several different types of printing software, including slicers, slicer-creator, and hosts.
  • Support Material. Support material is a support material used in 3D printing. There are usually 2 types: soluble support material and solid support material
  • PLA (Polylactic acid): PLA filament is biodegradable, renewable, and compostable.
  • ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene): ABS filament is stronger, tougher, and better than PLA.

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

 The 3D printer industry is one of the fastest-growing industries on the planet. Though 3D printers are relatively inexpensive, maintaining them can be an expensive task.

  • Use the right materials. As 3D Printing Supplies noted, different filaments are best suited for different printers, which is why it’s important to be aware of what type your printer needs.
  • Use the right temperature. As 3D Printing Supplies noted, 3D printers work best when kept at 110 to 115 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Pay attention to cleaning. As 3D Printing Supplies noted, 3D printers come in a variety of materials, such as ABS, PLA, and PETG. These materials can build up—especially in small areas—especially when the printer is used frequently. Proper cleaning and maintenance can help you get the most out of your 3D printer.