With the shortage of Raspberry Pi’s still going on I picked up a BTT Pi 1.2 instead to run Klipper for me on my 0.2 build. The initial install went smoothly and I was up and printing in no time however when I connected the ADXL cable everything went downhill until I found the proper […]
At the very end of March Prusa Research announced their newest Printer the MK4 with a video of a Benchy printing on an their latest bed slinger aka i3 printer in under 20 minutes. That got me thinking. I have a very well tuned Creality Ender 3 S1 (not Pro but with upgrade effectively Pro). […]
Since swapping from Marlin to Klipper and printing at a wall speed north of 100 MM/S I have begun to be bound by cooling. My “minimum layer time” I couldn’t get under 10 seconds without seeing issues on small models. This began quite the journey of printing up various cooling options and I think finally […]
Get up and running with your first print on Klipper. This tutorial will get you from 0-Print in about an hour without any prior experience with Klipper required.
There are some AMAZING creators out there doing fantastic things with vase mode but those new to 3D print sometimes struggle with getting vase mode setup. This tutorial and Cura profile should make it easy to get started printing in Vase Mode.
My fastest PLA Cura profile yet. 140 mm/s speed on a mostly stock Ender 3 S1 using Marlin. No need for Klipper. If you have a well tuned printer this is the profile to try.
How to improve the resolution of a Raspberry Pi camera or clone for use with OctoPrint. The article outlines the steps for SSHing into the Raspberry Pi, determining the available resolutions, and updating the resolution in OctoPi’s configuration file.
Obico, also known as the Spaghetti Detective is an innovative plugin for OctoPrint is designed to help you detect and diagnose nozzle clogs quickly and easily.
Easily upgrade your stock Marlin firmware in your Creality Ender 3 S1 with this step by step guide. Any novice can do it.
My profile for the Creality Ender 3 S1 3D printer that will print at a faster speed without compromising on print quality. I explain changes to the profiles such as increasing the nozzle temperature, adjusting the initial layer, and setting the infill pattern to save time. I also explains how I set the wall ordering and cooling to improve the quality of the prints.