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Never Run Out of Filament Again – Low Filament Sensor Review – 2015

Let’s face it; running out of filament sucks, and having a 15 hour 3D Print Fail with 10 minutes left to go can be one of the most frustrating experiences ever!   Luckily there is the Low Filament Sensor from Endless Parts. How well does it work? Does it help stop prints failing due to filament running out? Will it be the solution to this 3D Printers enthusiast nightmare? Is our salvation at hand? Watch and find out!  

Trying out 3DFuel’s Algae PLA – Craziest filament yet?

3D Printing Filament made from Algae Biomass? What’s not to like! In this video I’ll be trying out the crazy filament brought to you by 3D Fuel and ALGIX.   Big thanks to Simon for sending me some rolls to test. This is a non-bias review. sent me rolls for free to test and all opinions are my own.   Some of you may be wondering – no my hair does not grow that fast and no I am not back in Perth! This footage was thought lost but I recovered it – so decided to edit and upload!…

Cubicon Single – 3D Printer Review

The Cubicon Single is the largest and most expensive 3D Printer we’ve tested so far. Let’s see if it’s worth it!   Tech Specs: Weight – 24kg Build Volume – 240 x 190 x 200mm Materials – ABS, PLA, TPU – non proprietary up to 260deg C HEPA and Carbon Filter Nozzle Diameter – 0.4mm XY Positional Accuracy – 12.5um Z Accuracy – 2.5um Max Bed Temperature – 120deg C Max Nozzle Temperature – 260deg C  

Bang Good 3D Printing Pen V3! Is it any good? – 2015

Several years ago I was disappointed in the Yaya 3D Printing Pen – The video can be found below – and I had grown sceptical of the technology in general.   But now how does the LATEST 3D Printing Pens from Bang Good perform? Let’s find out!   The V3 3D Printing Pen from Bang Good is an affordable and fun 3D Printing Tool, I highly recommend it for people interested in Craft hobbies such as scrap-booking.  

Reviewing the Aldi 3D Printer! Cocoon Create

The cocoon create 3D Printer made waves in Australia last month as the first 3D Printer to be released by a supermarket chain – ALDI. At only $500 bucks it caught the attention of many, and sold out almost instantly.   I like to think I had some part in that – as analysis indicated this machine was indeed a rebrand of the Wanhao Duplicator i3 V2, a proven 3D printer which is a great way of getting started on a budget.  

Filamentive RPLA Review – Recycled 3D Printing Filament!

In this video we’ll be taking a look at some awesome recycled PLA filament from Filamentive. How does it print? Watch to find out!   Big thanks to Ravi at Filamentive for sending me a roll of RPLA to test – all opinions are my own and no money has changed hands. If you want to get your hands on some head to or one of their many resellers.  

LittleBits Space Kit Review

Do you want to give your kids a go at electronics but worry they’ll end up hurting themselves, blowing something up, or otherwise be disappointed overall by the experience? You might want to check out this review of the LittleBits Space kit!  

UP! Box 3D Printer Review – Big ABS Prints!

In this video we’ll be taking a closer look at the UP! Box from Tiertime. Does this slick looking machine live up to expectations? Watch to find out!   UP! Box Specifications: Build Volume – 255 wide x 205 deep x 205mm high Heated Bed Automatic Nozzle Height Detection Automatic Bed Level Sensor and Software Compensation 0.1 – 0.4mm layer heights 0.4mm nozzle diameter Runs 1.75 filaments with PLA or ABS temperature presets Uses the UP! Slicing Software (proprietary) ~$3300 AUD plus delivery  

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