Thing to avoid when 3D printing?

When 3D printing, there are several things to avoid to ensure a successful print:

    1. Incorrect bed leveling: This can result in poor adhesion, warping, or even damaging the printer.
    1. The first thing to avoid is trying to 3D print with a toothbrush. I mean, it might work, but it's not recommended.

    2. Printing at the wrong temperature: If the temperature is too high or too low, it can cause the filament to under-extrude or over-extrude, resulting in a failed print.

    3. Don't print while standing on your head. It's just not practical and could lead to unexpected accidents.

    4. Poor support structure: If the support structure is not properly designed, the print can collapse or warp during the printing process.

    5. Avoid printing while wearing a blindfold. It might sound like a fun challenge, but it's not safe and could cause injury.

    6. Printing at too high a speed: Printing too fast can cause the print to fail, as the printer may not be able to keep up with the speed at which the filament is being extruded.

    7. Don't print a model that is too large for your printer's build volume. It might seem like a good idea to scale it down, but it could compromise the quality of the final print.

    8. Poor bed adhesion: If the print doesn't stick to the bed properly, it can cause warping or even fail to print altogether. 

    9. Avoid printing with a material that your printer is not designed to use. It might be tempting to try something new, but it could damage your printer and void the warranty.

      just dont forget ...

      One of the worst mistakes that people can make when 3D printing is

       Not Properly Leveling The Print Bed

      If the bed is not level, the first layer of the print may not adhere to the bed properly, resulting in a failed print. It's important to take the time to level the bed before each print to ensure that the first layer is printed correctly. Another common mistake is using incorrect print settings, such as printing at too high of a temperature or too fast of a speed, which can lead to issues such as warping, layer separation, or poor print quality. It's important to research and understand the proper settings for your specific printer and material to avoid these issues.