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3D Slicer Settings for Beginner...
1. Layer Height  Layer height is essentially the resolution of your print. Prints that have a thinner layer height will create a more detailed print with smoother finishes. However, the downside t...
Filaments
Filaments At Mech Solutions, we have a verity of filaments to choose from. The majority of our filaments come from CCTREE though we do carry some other brands as well. We’ll split this up this sec...
LD-001 Light-curing 3D printer
LCD-001 Desktop light-curing 3D printer The material used for light-curing printing is called "photopolymer" and remain liquid at room temperature. After irradiation with UV light, Polymerization o...
CR-5S equipment instructions
CR-5S Equipment instructions   Manual       Prepare before printing Connect the power supply, turn on the switch and install two material racks respectively Feeding (Note: 1, be...
Safety Sheet
Safety sheet   Now that you’ve gotten a 3D printer there are a couple of safety tips that you should know about. First and foremost, avoid touching the nozzle well the machine is running. If you ...
Setting up your Ender-3

This is a tutorial for beginners who’ve just purchased the Ender 3. Having problems with setting up Ender 3? Useful information and helpful tips are here for you

Creality Ender 3 3D Printer Review
Much like the last few printers to come from Creality, the company claims easy assembly. For the Creality Ender 3, this means a 10-minute assembly with only 20 screws worth of work involved. In our past experience assembling the CR-10, we think it safe to imagine this rings true (though let us know in the comments if you find otherwise!).
Creality CR-10 Mini 3D Printer:...
Will the Creality CR-10 Mini 3D Printer become as popular as it’s bigger brother, the Creality CR-10? Well, at least it has all the specs and features to make it a potential winner. Check out the facts on this not-so-small Mini 3D printer here.
Creality CR-10 S5 Review

The CR-10 series of 3D printers all have large build areas, usually around 300mm³. The CR-10S S5 instead uses an incredible 500mm³ (20in³) build area, eclipsing the other printers in its series. The broad, heated glass print bed is a good foundation for printing models in a variety of filaments, including PLA, ABS, Carbon Fiber, Wood, PETG, and many more.

3D Slicer Settings for Beginners - 5 Important Things To Know

1. Layer Height  Layer height is essentially the resolution of your print. Prints that have a thinner layer height will create a more detailed print with smoother finishes. However, the downside t...
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Filaments

Filaments At Mech Solutions, we have a verity of filaments to choose from. The majority of our filaments come from CCTREE though we do carry some other brands as well. We’ll split this up this sec...
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LD-001 Light-curing 3D printer

LCD-001 Desktop light-curing 3D printer The material used for light-curing printing is called "photopolymer" and remain liquid at room temperature. After irradiation with UV light, Polymerization o...
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CR-5S equipment instructions

CR-5S Equipment instructions   Manual       Prepare before printing Connect the power supply, turn on the switch and install two material racks respectively Feeding (Note: 1, be...
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Safety Sheet

Safety sheet   Now that you’ve gotten a 3D printer there are a couple of safety tips that you should know about. First and foremost, avoid touching the nozzle well the machine is running. If you ...
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Setting up your Ender-3

This is a tutorial for beginners who’ve just purchased the Ender 3. Having problems with setting up Ender 3? Useful information and helpful tips are here for you

  • Mech e store blog
  • Tags: blogs

Creality Ender 3 3D Printer Review

Much like the last few printers to come from Creality, the company claims easy assembly. For the Creality Ender 3, this means a 10-minute assembly with only 20 screws worth of work involved. In our past experience assembling the CR-10, we think it safe to imagine this rings true (though let us know in the comments if you find otherwise!).

Creality CR-10 Mini 3D Printer: Review the Facts Here!

Will the Creality CR-10 Mini 3D Printer become as popular as it’s bigger brother, the Creality CR-10? Well, at least it has all the specs and features to make it a potential winner. Check out the facts on this not-so-small Mini 3D printer here.
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  • Tags: blogs

Creality CR-10 S5 Review

The CR-10 series of 3D printers all have large build areas, usually around 300mm³. The CR-10S S5 instead uses an incredible 500mm³ (20in³) build area, eclipsing the other printers in its series. The broad, heated glass print bed is a good foundation for printing models in a variety of filaments, including PLA, ABS, Carbon Fiber, Wood, PETG, and many more.