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    Hi everyone, I'm newbie for 3D Printing.

    Hello, I'm newbie for 3D Printing.

    45 Years old, just left from routine job.
    Interesting in 3D Printing technology. Hope it change change my life.

    Currently I have owned mini 3D printer for PLA, small print size only 100x100x100 mm. And on the way to assembly new china made Prusa i3 with 2 extruder from E3D Chimera. A fews parts are damage, now wait for the new replacement.

    As I'm new, hope everyone at here can help me to improve.

    Sincerely,

    #2
    Hi Tonny_Am. Welcome to the forum!

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      #3
      Cool and welcome to the 3D Printing world.. we are hosting a contest on the Forum here is a link https://gleam.io/bSTBn/3deez-giveaway

      When i am asked what is my favorite thing i have printed... I have to say this " Something or anything I deigned and can now hold in my hand" That is my favorite.. I bet you will feel the same way.. Enjoy your new printer We are giving away a MiniMax 3-D Printer from MakerstoolWorks.com it is a cool printer

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        #4
        Welcome to the Forum Tony!

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          #5
          Dear all, thanks for warm welcome

          Here is my first 3D Printer Kit: DIY Mini 3D Printer, made in Taiwan.
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          ์Now plan to modify by add the heated bed in.
          Need some help, how to add this kind of heated bed to my machine.

          Heated bed : http://www.aliexpress.com/item/CoolC...890576947.html

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          My 3D Printer -Wiring DIagram
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          I don't know how to wire it with my control board. Anyone here help me please!!!

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            #6
            Hi Tonny! Welcome to the forum! I am glad you decided to purchase on Prusa i3. I personally recommend that 3d printer because it prints good quality and they have a good customer support service. I am looking forward to seeing your 3d printed creations! If you encounter some problems along the way, don't hesitate to post here and we will help you

            --
            Bobby Lin
            Director
            Mylocal3dprinting

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              #7
              Originally posted by Tonny_Am View Post
              Hello, I'm newbie for 3D Printing.

              45 Years old, just left from routine job.
              Interesting in 3D Printing technology. Hope it change change my life.

              Currently I have owned mini 3D printer for PLA, small print size only 100x100x100 mm. And on the way to assembly new china made Prusa i3 with 2 extruder from E3D Chimera. A fews parts are damage, now wait for the new replacement.

              As I'm new, hope everyone at here can help me to improve.

              Sincerely,
              Welcome to the forum.. I wonder what is that small PLA printer you are using at the moment? is it the e-Wast printer? I will built that one very soon

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                #8
                Better to buy a new technology 3d printer as it'll give you quick and good results. I was also a newbie but read several resources. Even, you can read about different 3d printers from here.
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