As I am trying to become a 3D printing Noob, I am practicing both 3D design in Autodesk Fusion 360 and 3D printing my designs. I made a fairly simple Heart-shaped box for my wife.
In our house, none of us drinks Coffee. But we do drink a lot of Tea. Usually Black Tea with Milk ("English Tea" to us). I prefer Ty-phoo Tea, but PG Tips is ok as well.
So I have a few go to mugs that I prefer. So without further ado this is my (current) list:
3D printing is now available to many people. If they do not have a 3D Printer themselves, they will have access to one, either through friends, libraries, schools, universities or through Fablabs or Makerspaces.
But what is it? What makes it unique? What can I use it for? Is it just fun and games or can it be used in a serious, financial succesfull venture?
Ask anyone ... I have always said that I am not a gardener. I like sitting in a garden, enjoying the grass, the flowers, the butterflies. I enjoy the sounds, sights and smells of a garden. But I am not among those, who think weeding is therapeutic, even fun. Far from it.
I really, really want to be a 3D Printing Noob. Not that I want to stay one. I just want to get started on 3D Printing. Or rather, I would like to have my own 3D printer.
I have had a few tries (2) at 3D printing items, at publicly available printers, but it would be really, really nice to have my own 3D printer. That is what this blog will be about. How to find and buy the right 3D printer (for me) with the funds I have available.