HTPLA-CF opens new possibilities in 3D printed violin design and construction! It’s a bold claim, but I’ll stand by it. We don’t quite have the data for
Replacing traditionally machined parts with 3D printed ones sounds like a far-fetched idea, but is it? Subtractive technologies like CNC milling have long been taken seriously in creating functional
Carbon Fiber HTPLA can make very accurate parts particularly when heat treating, demonstrating less distortion of form and dimension change after heat treating compared to other HTPLAs.
The Prusa MK3 and Proto-pasta HTPLA are an innovative combination, but getting a good result when 3D printing isn’t always straight-forward. In this article, we’ll share some practices