Month: November 2019

About 3D printing, CNC, Mountainbiking and new technologies

Five different ways to upload your gcode files to #GCodePrintr App.

In order to print a gcode file you need to transfer it to the GCodePrintr App first. GCodePrintr allows multiple ways to transfer the GCode file: 1) Network Receiver The “NetworkReceiver” allows GCodePrintr to receive Gcode files over Wifi (assuming your tablet/phone has wifi connectivity). Once enabled in the printer connection preferences (“Activate networkreceiver at…
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Moai Statue

3D printed on Prusa MK3S with glitter filament. Print time ~5h (no infill) Details The exact print time was 4:54:3519.89 m filament has been usedCost of material is 1.79€Average print speed was 28.47mm/sPrinted at 209.77°C with avg. layer height of 0.17 mmPrinted with 0% infill and no supportPrint object size is 123.29 x 156.15 x…
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3D Printed Wheels for Bosch Indego

My Bosch Indego lawnmower sometimes gets stuck when climbing the small hill im my garden. It often happens when the weather was rainy and the grass is wet. The wheels just slip through. I found a great design for new wheels on thingiverse which should improve the traction of the wheels significantly. The print took…
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