3D Printer Test Kit 2.0 By 3dkitbash.Com: Test and Share Your Results With the Community
About two years ago 3DKitbash.com presented an original 3D Printer Test Kit. At that time its aim was to help people understand what to expect from 3D printing and decide what materials to print with. The kit represented 8x fast printing individual test prints that showed different characteristics that could guarantee successful prints.
This time they’re representing a new version of developed 3D printer test kit and have recently launched a campaign on Kickstarter. It consists of 8x test chips, which will help reproduce all the printing conditions that may arise. The chips will be preprogrammed to print in nearly 30 minutes and preserve reliable surface data. The chips can be used for calibrating 3D printers and will prove to be capable of testing new materials for printing, if you decide to experiment with them.
The new Test Chips concentrate on the following characteristics:
- The sharpness of the edges that your printer can produce;
- Testing the sharpness of the details that can be printed;
- Testing FDM printers and calibrating SLA printers;
- Flexibility of the prints made in various filaments and with different settings
- Testing how clear the 3D printed text of different sizes is;
- Checking the printer and the slicing programme managing different 3D print gaps;
- Checking the hidden hinges with different overhangs or tolerances.
3DKitbash.com point that they take care of their users, welcome them to post and share the printing results and ask to use hashtags. Using the Hashtags will single out the prints by the Kit from the rest of 3D prints. There will be an individual hashtag for each of the test chips. Your pictures will be viewed by all the users who search with a particular hashtag.
If there are enough results shared among the users, you will be able to browse them and choose the type of printer that is most suitable for you. In the same way you can choose the materials you would like to work with.
Up to now 3DKitbash.com has developed a nice variety of more than 30x special fast-printing test chips that are appropriate for teaching the users and, at the same time, help to reduce waste of materials and time. Hurry up to join the community of users and testers and share your results.