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Beginners guide to 3D Printing

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I came across this and thought it could be useful if you want to start in 3d printing. It's a full guide explaining the basics:

Beginners guide to 3D printing:

 

The aim of this guide is to teach you the fundamental concepts of how to 3D print, and provide you with the tools and resources you need to get started and make an informed choice about buying your first 3D printer. You will learn the basic history of 3D printing, different technologies, software and hardware, and other crucial information that will help you get started

 

 

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