I purchased a MostFun Sail 3D printer, which is an entry-level home product. After using it for a while, I felt the surprise and fun brought to me by 3D printing technology.
Some noteworthy places:1,About the choice of model.Because the 3D printer will be affected by gravity, the selected model should not have direct floating. If there is an empty space, be sure to select "Print Support" so that the software will create a fluffy structure to support the floating position. 2.About firmness:The printed object is very strong. I used it to print several cell phone holders and Apple Watch charging racks. It is still used today.But where it is too thin, it will still be damaged... solid things are strong, but the thin areas are very brittle and not much different from the plastic products on the market.
It can be seen that we can also use the 3D printer to make some interesting little things at home without any professional knowledge. The threshold is not as high as imagined, and it is not so different from an ordinary printer.