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  • December 20, 2021 Anet Official

    What is PETG Filament?

    PETG, or PET-G (glycolized polyester) is becoming more and more popular these days as a 3d printing filament because of its properties. The glycol in PETG keeps the plastic from crystallizing, making it a bit softer, more chewy and having...

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  • August 3, 2021 3D Anet

    Cura 4.10 Review: What’re new features and updates?

    At the end of June, Ultimaker launched the latest version of its well-known slicing software, Cura 4.10. The new version features a major update that allows users to import native CAD files into Cura for improving engineering workflow. Cura 4.10...

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  • July 3, 2021 Anet 3D

    All the Things about Cura Tree Support

    From the Cura 4.7.1 version, the silcer has added "Tree Support" in the form of support settings. If you don’t know much about Cura tree support, this article will tell you all the things you need to know about Cura...

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  • July 1, 2021 Anet 3D

    How to Replace Nozzle on a 3D Printer

    3D print nozzles are the last components that FDM 3D printers extrude filament. They are likely to be jammed or damaged by inaccurate leveling, improper print settings or low quality filament in daily 3D printing. The brass nozzles on Anet...

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  • June 29, 2021 Anet 3D

    Cost of A 3D Printer

    How much does a 3D printer cost? That can be a question every beginner would ask when he or she decides to make a start in 3D printing. And for this reason, let’s start from the entry level 3D printers...

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  • June 23, 2021 Anet 3D

    All You Want to Know About 3D Printer Nozzles

    As the last part to be in contact with the filament, the nozzle has been the last thing on your mind. It’s often overlooked. Selecting the correct nozzle has a significant impact on print time and quality. Today we will...

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  • May 7, 2021 Anet 3D

    Ways to Prevent Filament Moisture from Affecting 3D Printing Result

    Environmental moisture affects affects 3D printing filament. Printing with wet filaments results in  3D printing stringing and stripes. The best ways to prevent these from happening are drying wet filament before printing and storing opened filament spool in clean, dry and ventilated place or in a drying oven.
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