Friday, March 1, 2019

Glass Moon Ruins

Polymaker Polysher Review

3D Printing with No Layer Lines using Polysmooth?

Polymaker Polysher:
Polymaker Polysmooth Filament:

Polymaker sent over their Polysher device and Polysmooth 3d printing filament and asked for an unbiased review. I've had both for some time now, and I thought it was time I tell you about my experience.

Multi-material printing with the Mosaic Palette 2

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Photon 3D printer review

Anycubic Photon review: An amazing (and affordable) resin 3D printer

I was blown away with the quality-to-cost ratio of the Anycubic Photon. For less than $500, you can have a printer that makes prints of higher quality than 3D printers that costs twice as much, or more. I would recommend the Photon to anyone looking to get into SLA or DLP 3D printing and who doesn't want to drop thousands of dollars before knowing the full extent of what's involved.
This is an excellent entry-level resin printer. It's perfect for dipping your toe into a hobby that can be prohibitively expensive.