How 3D Printing Works



Everybody can 3D print at residence with common instruments. However that would make you would like you had an actual 3D printer!

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29 thoughts on “How 3D Printing Works”


  1. Hi Mehdi, may I ask a question? Ha that was a question Lol. I wish to use a light dimmer switch to adjust the speed of my laminate trimmer router for a specific aplication, however my trimmer is 450-500 watts and I can only find 400 watt switches. If I connect two of these switches in parallel to share the load, will it work? or is there a better, simpler way to do this?

    Thanks

    Walt

  2. Do you know anything about oscilloscopes? I am going into engineering and it seems to be very complicated to learn, and you explain things very well. Just asking. :P


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