The Revo Six is an adaption of the V6, so it can be compatible with the rest of the Revo products ( RapidChange, HeaterCore).
Today I will review a new exciting product from a well known 3D printing company: E3D! They are liked for revolutionizing hotends throughout history, and this time they did it again with the HC or Heater Core. I will talk about some aspects of this new product that are game-changers, and I will rant about the features that I don’t really like to balance the pros and the cons.
I am pretty sure, at least once, you asked yourself: What is the lowest you can spend to have a quality 3D print. Through my articles, I have always said that are lots of variables that determine the quality of the final product. But, how can you have a performant 3D printer at the lowest cost?
I guess all of you stod there, watching the first layer getting printed and hoping for a perfect “first layer porn”; When we achieve that kind of first layer perfection, other than the satisfaction, we also know that most certainly the print from there will go great! It is well known that the path to achieving a successful print, starts from the first layer, without a perfect first layer we can have all sorts of problems; from bad adhesion to failed supports and many other issues.
It can feel chaotic when trying to figure out the best practices, brands, materials, etc and you can easily become confused. So, why do we need to take into count the quality of PLA brands?
Even if it’s the most known platform to find STL files for 3D printing it isn’t the only one and for some of you, there are far way better alternatives than Thingiverse. You will find that some will accommodate your needs better.