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  • TronHoo Expands Its Product Portfolio with Laser Engraving Machines

    TronHoo Expands Its Product Portfolio with Laser Engraving Machines

    Providing infinite possibility of engraving creativity, increased speed and efficiency, repeatable engraving accuracy and reduced cost, TronHoo, as an innovation leader of 3D printing technology, introduces a new product line, the Laser Engraving Machines, to its produc...
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  • How to Smooth 3D Prints ?

    How to Smooth 3D Prints ?

    People might feel that when we have a 3D printer, we are omnipotent. We could print whatever we want in an easy way. However, there are various reasons that might affect the texture of the prints. So how to smooth the most commonly used FDM 3D printing material -- th...
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  • LaserCube APP Downloads

    LaserCube APP Downloads

      Precision in order to improve the speed of sending, we research, on the basis of the original indigenous tronhoo2code coding technology to send laser engraving machine data coding and decoding process, on the premise of reducing linear interference transmission speed and stability, tronhoo ...
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  • Troubleshooting Tips for Losing Fine Details

    Troubleshooting Tips for Losing Fine Details

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? Sometimes fine details are needed when printing a model. However, the print you got may not achieve the expected effect where should have a certain curve and softness, and the edges and corners look sharp and clear.     POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Layer Height Too Large ∙ Nozzle Size Too ...
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  • Troubleshooting Tips for Lines on the Side

    Troubleshooting Tips for Lines on the Side

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? Normal printing results will have relatively smooth surface, but if there is a problem with one of the layers, it will be clearly showed on the surface of the model. These improper issues will appear at every certain layer that like a line or ridge on the side of the model.   PO...
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  • Blobs and Zits

    Blobs and Zits

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? During your printing process, the nozzle moves at different portions on the print bed, and the extruder continuously retract and re-extrude. Every time the extruder turns on and off, it causes over extrusion and left some spots on the surface of the model.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Ex...
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  • Ringing

    Ringing

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? This is a subtly visual effect that the waves or rippling appears on the surface of the model and most people will overlook this small annoying issues. The position of the rippling appeared and the severity of this problem are random and unreasonable.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Vibrati...
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  • Scars on Top Surface

    Scars on Top Surface

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? When finishing the print, you will find some lines appear on the top layers of the model, usually diagonal from one side to the other.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Unexpected Extrusion ∙ Nozzle Scratching ∙ Printing Path not Appropriate     TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS Unexpected Extrusion In so...
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  • Supports Fell Apart

    Supports Fell Apart

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? When doing a print that need to add some support, if the support fails to print, the support structure will look deformed or have cracks, making the model unsupported.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Weak Supports ∙ Printer Shakes and Wobble ∙ Old or Cheap Filament   TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS We...
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  • Poor Surface Beneath Supports

    Poor Surface Beneath Supports

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? After finishing a model with some support, and you remove the support structure, but they could not be moved completely. Small filament will remain on the surface of the print. If you try to polish the print and remove the remaining material, the overall effect of the model will...
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  • Poor Overhangs

    Poor Overhangs

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? After slicing the files, you start printing and wait for it to finish. When you go the final print, it looks good, but the parts that overhanging is a mess.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Weak Supports ∙ Model Design Not Appropriate ∙ Printing Temperature Not Appropriate ∙ Printing Speed t...
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  • Layer Shifting or Leaning

    Layer Shifting or Leaning

    WHAT’S THE ISSUE? During printing, the filament did not stack up in the original direction, and the layers shifted or leaned. As a result, a part of the model was tilted to one side or the entire part shifted.   POSSIBLE CAUSES ∙ Being Knocked During Printing ∙ Printer Losing Alignment ∙ Upper La...
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