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Review PopuSingTop Silicone Sock Silicon Cover Heater Block for Ender 3 S1 S1 Pro 3D Printer Part Accessories

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Compatibility: fit for Creality Ender 3 s1 Ender 3 s1 pro etc.
  • Packing: 3pcs silicone cover for heater block
  • Material: silicone sock made of heat-resistant, non-stick silicone material, high-temperature resistance: 250℃.
  • Silicone sock size: 23x19x13, fit heater block size: 20x16x10mm

Notice

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

review PopuSingTop Silicone Sock Silicon Cover Heater Block for Ender 3 S1 S1 Pro 3D Printer Part Accessories

review PopuSingTop Silicone Sock Silicon Cover Heater Block for Ender 3 S1 S1 Pro 3D Printer Part Accessories

Buyer Guide 3D Printer Parts & Accessories

 If you are looking to purchase 3D printer accessories, here are a few tips that may help you narrow down your choice.

  1.  Type of printer. Many 3D printer accessories, such as 3D pens, are customizable. On the other hand, other accessories, such as filament spools, are not.
  2. Size. Filament spools come in various sizes, the main two are 1.75mm and 3mm.
  3. Material. Filament spools come in many materials, including PLA, ABS, or PVA.
  4. Computer. Some 3D printer accessories can be connected via USB, while others require a computer.
  5. Type. If you’re a beginner, you may want to consider a 3D printer kit.
  6. Features. Most 3D printer accessories come with basic features. However, you can find accessories with more advanced settings, such as the ability to print in colors or multiple materials.

How to choose 3D Printer Parts & Accessories

 If you’re shopping for a 3D printer, it’s important to consider which accessories you’ll want. Depending on which 3D printer model you choose, you may require different accessories. For example, if you’re buying a 3D printer with an extruder, you’ll need an extruder barrel, nozzle, and hot end (or tip).

  • Heaters: Many 3D printers use a heated bed or a heated nozzle, or both. An extruder heater warms the extruder head, and a build plate heater heats the build plate.
  • Fans: Some 3D printers come with dedicated fans that blow air through the printer or over the bed.
  • Extruders: Some 3D printers come with an extruder — a device that takes filament and melts it, forming objects. When choosing a 3D printer, consider the type of filament it can use, the extruder type, and the extruder’s diameter.
  • Build plates: Some 3D printers come with build plates, which are flat surfaces on which the printer can print.
  • Software: Some 3D printers come with their own software. Each manufacturer has its own operating system. Try before you buy, and see if the software you’re interested in is compatible with your 3D printer model.

 

How to maintain 3D Printer Parts & Accessories

 3D Printer accessories are multifarious and come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and functions. These accessories can be very expensive, and it’s important to keep them clean, well-maintained, and in good working order. Here are some tips for maintaining 3D Printer accessories.

  • If your 3D Printer isn’t operating properly, it’s possible that one of the accessories (e.g. a filament spool) has become damaged or clogged.
  • The nozzles inside your 3D Printer can get clogged over time. If your 3D Printer is short of a filament spool, you may want to clean the nozzles with compressed air or a specialized nozzle cleaner.
  • Filament spools can get jammed, too. To release a filament spool that’s become jammed, first remove the filament from the spool and unwind it. Then, gently pull the filament up through the spool.
  • Check that any filament spool you’re using isn’t overfilled. If it isn’t, the spool won’t break or break unevenly when you remove it.
  • Unplug the 3D Printer before cleaning it, as moisture can cause corrosion or rust.
  • Use a lint-free cloth to wipe away dust and debris from any exposed circuit boards.
  • Air dry the 3D Printer after cleaning it.
  • If the 3D Printer is dusty, place a damp cloth on the printer’s exterior and spray it with a non-abrasive cleaning solution.
  • If the 3D Printer is dirty, spray it with a non-abrasive cleaning solution, then use a soft brush to scrub off any dirt or debris.
  • Wipe the 3D Printer down with a dry cloth after cleaning it.