Here is 5 ideas to get you started printing
I still remember when I got my first 3D printer, I couldn’t stop thinking about what to print next. In the start, I made many mistakes, because I haven’t learned the basics. So to help you get started on the right foot, I have assembled my 5 recommendations for first prints.
The idea is that you pick one, you learn, and when you feel ready, you go for more complex prints. I love to make my time as a 3D print enthusiast more pleasant, and it is my recommendation that you start with prints that are related to printing, so you can have your hobby for yourself until you master it – Enjoy
You may already have a few colorful rolls of filament, and to keep the strings of the filament organized it helps to have a filament clip. This clip takes less than 5 minutes to print, so it is a great first print.
This next print is also going to make your day as a maker quite a bit easier. If you are like me, you don’t have a place for your SD cards, and then it ends up in your pocket, or at the bottom of a drawer. So having a case for the cards has really helped me. As the filament clip, this also prints in a few minutes, and you don’t need to use support or other settings to get a good print.
If you don’t already know it, you will soon see the benchy everywhere in the 3D print community. The benchy model is created to test how good your printer is, and can be used to fine-tune and calibrate your printer. I recommend newcomers to 3D printing to print the benchy as one of their first prints and then keep it. That way you can come back in a few days and see how much you have learned.
Now it is time to up the game a bit, while still keeping your prints small so you get a fast result. This keychain contains three parts, so it is a good way to try printing multiple objects at the same time. If your print the filament roll in a different color than the other parts, you can also practice switching filament.
Now that you have been 3D printing for the whole day you deserve to spend the evening together with your favorite tv series (Or youtube videos of 3D printing) and a good bowl of pistachio nuts. Try using REALvision Online scale feature to make the object larger and small, and choose the size that suits you.
I hope these print suggestions were helpful, and that you have already started printing one of them :). You can click the little white conversation icon in the left corner if you have any questions for me (Yes it is me, who answers). And remember that you can sign up for free to REALvision Online to start slicing the objects.