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Additive Manufacturing: Optimizing 3D Prints

3D printing is a complex additive manufacturing process. And while all kinds of things can go wrong, with the right knowledge, design, and materials, you can get amazing, high-quality prints, delivering the same results with ease every time.

Join instructors Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath—the founders of Nonscriptum, a 3D printing and maker tech education company—as they show you how to get the best quality 3D prints using popular software programs for filament-based printing, such as PrusaSlicer and UltiMaker Cura, and web-based host programs like OctoPrint and Klipper. Discover slicer settings that have the biggest impact on print quality including layer height, infill, and surface feature settings. Learn how to print more reliably and efficiently by dialing in your bed adhesion, retraction and extrusion settings. Along the way, Rich and Joan help you take your skills to the next level.

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