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The Best PETG Print Settings

Find the best PETG print settings for your needs, considering things like PETG temperature, stringing, print speed, and retraction settings!

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Curing the PETG Blues
The Best Cura PETG Settings / Profile

PETG is a durable, non-toxic filament that can be difficult to print. Learn how to find the best Cura PETG settings/profile for your needs!

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Printing on Another Level
3D Printer Z Offset: Simply Explained

If you're struggling to get your 3D prints to stick or want to print on top of an existing model, Z offset is the answer. Learn more!

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Cura Retraction Settings: How to Avoid Stringing

Retraction is the key to reducing stringing. Find out how to perfect your Cura retraction settings (including the coasting settings).

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See, Set, Slice
The 10 Most Important 3D Printer Slicer Settings

3D slicer settings are the defining factor for successful 3D prints. Learn about the 10 most important 3D printer settings.

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One Benchy at a Time
Cura: Print One at a Time – Simply Explained

Cura's print "One at a Time" slicer setting can be super handy! Read on to learn how it works, how to use it, and more!

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The Coast Is Clear
Cura Coasting Settings: Simply Explained

Cura is a 3D slicer with some very neat features. Keep reading to learn about the best Cura coasting settings and see what they can do!

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Keep Your Prints Cool
3D Printing Brim: When Should You Use It

Looking for something to help with warping and layer adhesion but don't want to commit to a raft? Brims are a great alternative, providing many of the same benefits without using as much material. And they're so much easier to remove!

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