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Wanhao D7 / D7 plus Creation Workshop Software

2019-01-03T14:38:01+00:00January 3rd, 2019|FAQ|

Creation Workshop SLA DLP 3D Printer Slicer

Wanhao now offers the new Wanhao Slicer program for the D7 D7 plus & D8 3D Printers.
These programs are free with all new 3D Printers bought.

However, some of the previous customers would like to continue using the older open source Creation Workshop program for free rather than buying the New Wanhao Slicer tool.
If you wish to do so as well, please download Creation Workshop […]

New Christchurch Reseller for 3D Printer Store!

2018-12-30T17:13:14+00:00December 30th, 2018|News|

Christchurch 3D Printer Reseller:

Mainland RC & 3D Labs

Mainland RC, based in Christchurch will now offer a selected range of 3D Printer Store products & services.
This includes our common 3d printers like the Creatbot DX, the Wanhao i3 & 3D Filaments like PLA, PetG, Abs etc.

South Island & local Christchurch customers are welcome to work directly with Mainland RC to give yourselves the advantage of local service […]

How to 3D Print Carbon Fibre Filament

2018-11-30T18:01:14+00:00November 30th, 2018|FAQ|

How to 3D Print Carbon Fibre

First a quick intro

All Carbon Fibre filaments are actually made by adding Carbon Fibre (abbreviated CF) into a base plastic.
For eg, PLA. There is a proportaion (or percentage) of Carbon Fibre inside the 3d printer filament which is still mainly plastic.
Most cheap Carbon Fibre filaments are simply PLA with just around 5% CF inside them.

What does 3d Printing Carbon Fibre actually mean?

When you ‘Print’ CF, […]

3D Printing Quality vs Speed (or how to 3D print good parts)

2019-01-03T14:39:28+00:00November 8th, 2018|3D Tips|

How to 3D print strong & decent looking parts, fast –  using FDM technology

Once you start 3D printing, you will see that the machine and software allow you to control several aspects of the 3D Printing process. While it may seem that specific aspects of the process only apply to that one aspect, it’s actually quite the opposite. In fact, sometimes it can even be ambiguous, e.g. what exactly are […]

[FAQ] Why is my 3D print not sticking to the bed?

2018-11-10T08:49:24+00:00November 7th, 2018|FAQ|

One of the most common issue people experience when they first start 3D printing is that the plastic is not sticking to the printer base, so the object can not form.
While this may seem like a very serious problem, in most cases it just means you need to set up a few things correctly.

In the 3D printing world, we use phrases like ‘First Layer Adhesion’ for this.

Lets talk about the […]