- Jul 18, 2010
I have a Creality Ender 3 coming and was wondering if anyone on here use it and what’s the best software to use for designing parts.
Awesome video. That helps a ton. Thank you very much.Fusion 360 is where you need to go. They have a trial version for hobby users that allows 10 drawings/parts.
My recommendation is to get setup on that software and then follow some how-to videos from Lars.
Long time users of other software's like Solidworks are slowly transitioning over to Fusion 360.
His videos got me going in the right direction:
Fusion 360 Tutorial for Absolute Beginners— Part 1 - YouTube
That is good to know, they were trying to sell me on the business edition for some insane amount $$$$ yearly.Looks like Soldworks has a new "maker" program for 99 bucks a year. Sounds feature rich..
I haven't done anything with TPU. From what I read it's very abrasive and can be hard on the brass nozzle end.Have you printed much with TPU.. I have..
Ninjaflex.. #3 I like it, its OK but its a "tick" more challenging to print then the others.. (86A)
At some point I would like to try and print Nylon but don't have the setup to do so yet. From the reading I have done Nylon can be very tricky. The following are some of the high level take-aways I have gotten from my reading.What about Nylon X