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Agreed. I had the PC37x and have been using the PC38x for several years now. Both are great. I don't there are better headsets around. In…
05/05/2024 - 22:20
Look like you need to go through the coupon's website to get it to work. I had to turn off adblock too. https://coupons.nine.com.au/ebay
27/04/2024 - 21:50
Have 2 of these from almost 4 years ago. Still doing a great job holding up my (4.4kg) monitors.
26/04/2024 - 15:03
I've bought some spools from 3D Radical before. Can confirm the ABS prints well.
11/04/2024 - 13:42
If you cannot make an enclosure for your printer, you might be able to still print ABS with a skirt going up the full height of the model.…
22/03/2024 - 17:41
Keeps the heat in. You don't want to cool ABS too much or at all, otherwise it warps.
22/03/2024 - 11:59
Can get it cheaper directly from Qidi's website with a coupon code "UP01"
11/03/2024 - 23:46
Yellow TPU seems to be missing the add to cart cutton.
01/03/2024 - 19:22
Good luck on your 3D printing journey! I just got a Qidi X-Plus 3 myself, it's blazingly fast. I'm trying out OrcaSlicer as the slicing…
29/02/2024 - 19:29
Upon further research, I found out that any printer that uses Klipper or Marlin firmware is open source. Klipper is the newst/most advanced…
29/02/2024 - 17:48
The compatibility with oils is missing a lot of oils, since no one has gone and added the many oils that are compatible with all the…
29/02/2024 - 13:36
Not too sure to be honest. They don't need to be strictly open source to be friendly. For example bambu lab printers are closed source but…
26/02/2024 - 23:41
Getting a smaller printer to start may be better for you then. Less initial cost for you to get into 3D printing. If you still want to…
26/02/2024 - 23:31
All 3d printers are compatible with any CAD software that can output files in .stl which is pretty standard. Some support other file types…
26/02/2024 - 23:02
That's a fairly large size, most 3D printers aren't that big, especially the core XY types. These are more preferable because of better…
26/02/2024 - 22:55
The case is too bulky to carry around in your pocket, in a bag or car is fine. It's just there to charge the light or if you want to use it…
31/01/2024 - 22:59
I own one of these. There is no charing port on the light itself, only wireless charging and the 2 contacts at the bottom to charge in the…
31/01/2024 - 22:45
I was looking for shoes a month ago and with the pair I bought the clearance price became the "was" price.
26/12/2022 - 16:16
Late reply but I have bought some Samsung 21700 batteries from tinkertech before, the stickers are over the top of the manufacturer printed…
02/06/2022 - 16:41
If it's good enough for your use then don't let it worry you. I however have a problem with buying too many torches.
29/03/2022 - 21:08
The TS21 is a slightly larger, brighter, and higher battery capacity torch. The UI is Anduril which offers more options. Downside of the…
29/03/2022 - 20:27
I don't own a SC31 but here's a review on the SC31 Pro https://budgetlightforum.com/node/75474 I have a similar torch from Wurkkos which is…
27/03/2022 - 20:45
It's not a lot of battery being drained. I measured the current on one of mine. Standby drain with aux LED: 0.15mA on high 0.08mA on low It…
27/03/2022 - 20:31
Sofirn torches are good quality. The batteries come very cheap with the bundle so are good for the price but may not give you the discharge…
27/03/2022 - 16:35
Avoid Cainiao delivery option whenever you can, it's the least reliable and slowest in my experience.
05/02/2022 - 20:18
Sorry, I haven't seen the selection shipping option before. Googling it indicates it is the same as AliExpress standard shipping.
02/02/2022 - 08:03
They also combine your packages whenever possible. Usually works out better too.
01/02/2022 - 20:40
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