News — 3D print warping
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Posted by John Marello on
The Complete Guide: How to Avoid Warping in Your 3D Prints Warping is one of the most common issues any 3D printing enthusiast has faced. It rarely happens that warping causes some serious and dangerous failures. However, it may render your models completely unusable, even though you try your best to get rid of it in post-processing. Here’s why warping occurs and what to do when it happened to you. to read the complete article, click HERE