The design of the equipment is very smart and allows our students to fully understand the mechanics and how the machine works. Me3D machines travel well with a very convenient handle and the self leveling build plate has saved us countless time in set up.
Me3D has created an accessible education tool for young people to explore the potentials of 3D printing. We work work in regional locations across Australia and the Me3D team has created a product that can be easily transported and set up for different learning environments.
The setup was minimal and after a 30 minute demo our team was now printing models from several of our games in development.
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Hey there 3D printing people! This is one in a series of posts about how to get the most of your Me2 and become a guru and master of 3D printing. Today we’ll talk about the basic settings in matter control which you can edit to get top notch prints like we do in the office. […]
Hey there 3D printing people! Post number 2 for our 3D mastery blog is here this time on “Advanced” settings! Today we’ll talk about more advanced slicing settings and how they influence the quality of your print. These are the settings which we’ve spent hours dialling in so that you don’t have to. However, you […]
Hey there 3D printing people! Today we’re going to talk about the materials we use in 3D printing. There is a huge variety of filaments out there ranging from colour changing to conductive to dissolvable and transparent. It’s easy to get lost in this crazy messed up world of printing so let me be your […]
One of the greatest things we get to see is someone printing their very first thing, not just something they found on the internet but something they have created from scratch. Watching the realisation that the finished part they are now holding wasn’t even an idea just minutes ago, that’s when they figure out “oooh […]
Before every Me2 leaves the Me3D workshop, we run a calibration and test print on it (pardon the fingerprints). During this process we measure and calibrate the ‘Z-Offset’ of every machine before it goes out the door and write it on a little sticker to get you started. But what is this Z-Offset, why should […]