Category: Random Prints

CR10S-PRO Prusa Slicer profile 0

CR10S-PRO Prusa Slicer profile

After a few failed updates from Cura and general instability, i made the move to Prusa Slicer 2.1. I tweaked the profile with a few test prints, and i find the results better than Cura. Feel free to download the profile from here. It should be a good...

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High-Speed Printing with Fiberlogy Easy-PETG

I like to test any printing material i can get my hands on. And i managed to get my hands on some blue Easy-PETG from Fiberlogy. Aroud the same time, i bought yet another printer (the Creality Ender 3) in order to test Klipper with it. So this...

CR-10S PRO Filament holder / Side Spool mount 0

Side Filament Holder for CR-10S PRO

This is a remix of the side Filament Spool Holder by builditfull, made to work with the Creality CR-10S PRO. It mounts on the side screws, and on the 2020 side-rail. I made it because i had a lot of Z wobble when printing at high speeds with...

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Fiberlogy FiberFlex 40D 3D Benchy

I printed a quick test with the FiberFlex 40D from Fiberlogy. Settings: Layer Size: 0.2 mm Speed: 40mm.s Temp: 210C No retraction 3 walls, 3 top layers, 3 bottom layers There were some missed top layers in the back, but with a bit of tweaking this can be...

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Printing a 3DBenchy with TPU filament

I always wanted to print with flexible filament, but i never got the chance to do it. That changes today. I managed to get my hands on some Devil Design Natural TPU filament, and of course, the first thing to print is a 3DBenchy. I used my PLA...

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CR-10s Pro upgrade – 80mm motherboard fan mount

The CR-10s Pro is an awesome printer capable of some amazing prints, but unfortunately the fans are loud and annoying. In order to fix that, i designed a mount for the CR-10s Pro motherboard that fits a 80mm fan to keep things cool and quiet.      ...

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Playstation VR Stand on the CR-10s Pro

This is a Playstation VR Stand on the CR-10s Pro. Printed in Devil Design PETG with the following settings: 235c hotend temp 60c bed temp 0.2 mm layer size 60mm/s print speed If you want to print your own, head over to Thingiverse, and download the .STL file...