Combining Meshes in Fusion360

This quick trick came up with some research into how Autodesk’s Fusion360 can be used to not only do Mesh-Mesh combintations, but also (in a somewhat roundabout way), do a Body-Mesh combination. This strange approach came up through some discussion with few teachers in a workshop lately. The Setup So …

Settings for Stronger Supports in Simplify3D

When it comes to 3d printing out more complicated models in FDM printers, it’s common to have to place a lot of support around them. Given that there may be parts where you only need a little bit to hold up a features of your 3d models, you may end …

Upgrading the ATOM 2.0 Extruder Assembly

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It was time to give our older ATOM 2.0 workhorses an extruder assembly upgrade! This should allow them to more consistently extrude filaments and also keep up with more exotic filaments with a bit of flex in them. First to come off are these older version of the extruder assembly. …

How to Fix Broken Resin 3D Prints

Sometimes, the worst happens when you accidentally snap your resin 3d printed parts. Thankfully, there is a easy way to try to salvage your broken resin parts and save the hours you put into the print. In the example below, a recently resin 3d printed blade model was accidentally snapped …

Join us at our new Facebook Group!

Funbie Facebook Group

  As an extension to the regular meetups and events that we do, we’ve also started to more actively use a Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/funbiefriends/) which we have would be a good resource zone and place for the community to also discuss ideas, troubleshoot issues and share projects online too! Do …

Running Resin 3D Printing Calibration Tests in NanoDLP

One of the really cool features in NanoDLP which is sometimes overlooked is its ability to generate a calibration test plate which can help you zero in on your resin and 3d printer’s optimal cure times. This is important as having too short cure times will not allow your resin …