3D printers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Some companies have gigantic 3D printers that they use to print parts for vehicles, buildings, and much more. Most people, however, only have modestly sized 3D printers that they can use for DIY projects and general fun.
For example, those lucky enough to the owner a 3D printer can 3D print their own toys, home décor, and jewelry. But honestly, that’s barely scratching the surface: the potential of your 3D printer is limitless (well, almost limitless, as humans can’t yet 3D print food – but, hey, hopefully, one day!).
So, if you’ve just recently bought yourself a 3D printer, or were fortunate to have one gifted to you, here’s a useful guide for beginners and newbies.