acceleration = 0 bottom_layer_speed_ratio = 0.3 bridge_fan_speed = 100 bridge_flow_ratio = 1 bridge_speed = 60 cooling = 0 disable_fan_first_layers = 1 duplicate_distance = 6 duplicate_x = 1 duplicate_y = 1 end_gcode = G92 E0 ; set extruder home?\nG1 E-1.0 F1000 ; retract to reduce stringing\nG91 ; relative mode\nG1 Z10 F300 ; move Z up 10mm\nG90 ; back to absolute\nG28 X0 ; home X axis\nG28 Y0 ; home Y axis\nM104 S0 ; turn off nozzle\nM140 S0 ; turn off heatbed\nM84 ; disable motors extrusion_axis = E extrusion_multiplier = 0.95 extrusion_width_ratio = 0 fan_below_layer_time = 60 filament_diameter = 1.75 fill_angle = 0 fill_density = 0.25 fill_pattern = rectilinear first_layer_height_ratio = 1 first_layer_temperature = 170 g0 = 0 gcode_arcs = 0 gcode_comments = 1 gcode_flavor = reprap infill_acceleration = 50 infill_every_layers = 1 infill_speed = 60 layer_height = 0.25 max_fan_speed = 100 min_fan_speed = 35 min_print_speed = 10 notes = nozzle_diameter = 0.35 output_filename_format = [input_filename_base].gcode perimeter_acceleration = 25 perimeter_speed = 30 perimeters = 3 post_process = print_center = 90,90 retract_before_travel = 2.0 retract_length = 1.0 retract_lift = 0.1 retract_restart_extra = 0 retract_speed = 20 rotate = 0 scale = 1 skirt_distance = 6 skirt_height = 1 skirts = 1 slowdown_below_layer_time = 15 small_perimeter_speed = 30 solid_fill_pattern = rectilinear solid_infill_speed = 60 solid_layers = 2 start_gcode = G28 ; home all axes support_material = 0 support_material_tool = 0 temperature = 170 travel_speed = 60 use_relative_e_distances = 0 z_offset = 0
What is Desktop 3D Printing?
Imagine a robot that sits on your desk, and builds anything you tell it to from a spool of bioplastic.
Imagine that it makes these things by heating up the plastic then squeezing it out like toothpaste from a tube. Imagine it smells faintly of caramelizing sugar.
Imagine that the designs for the printer, the software that runs it, the software that designs things to be printed, and almost infinite quantities of pre-made designs, are all free.
And imagine that if you are smart, you can buy the parts to build the printer for $500. Or if you are smarter, you can buy a kit of guaranteed compatible parts for $825.
I don't have to imagine any of that, I've got it sitting on my desk right now.
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