Creality 3d printer CR10S
I recently purchased a Creality CR10S 3d printer because it’s a 3d printer why not. The 3d printers have really come down in price and you can pick one up for under $200 now. The system was easy to assemble and get up and running. I did have some issues with the Ultimate Cura software that was sent with it. When I stopped using that software the 3d prints started coming out much better. I guess I need to learn how to make the adjustments to each of the software platforms to make sure the prints work out well. So far, I have just downloaded files from Thingiverse and I have modified a couple but none well enough to upload as a remix.
Here are some of those prints:
I was able to create some real-world prints that are useful. I installed a video doorbell about a week ago, but the view wasn’t the best. I was able to find someone on Thingiverse who had a similar doorbell and made a 45-degree angle to get a better view. I also had to change the design a bit to make it work for my situation. After a few tweaks and errors, I think it works well now.
Here are the photos of that build:
My next project is to make enclosures for some golf cart headlights I got from work (that were destined for the trash). I will make lights for my palm trees for hopefully much less than they sell for online.