August 22, 2013 AT 4:00 am
Have Epic 3D Print Fails to Share with the Flickr Group “The Art of 3D Print Failure”? #3DThursday #3DPrinting
Have Epic 3D Print Fails to Share with the Flickr Group “The Art of 3D Print Failure”? I am sharing a few of the photos I liked best, starting with Fred Kahl‘s “MaX Fredroom 3D Printed Hangover” above:
When 3D prints go wrong and lessons from failure.
Inspired by a blog post from RichRap, this group is meant as a show and tell of the prints that went wrong.
Add a description of what happened and your thoughts and analysis and hopefully others will comment on how best to avoid the problems in the future.
Photographs should be of failed prints from a 3D printer only.
Discussions should be limited to analysis of the failure and ways of preventing such failures in the future.
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