Yes it probably is. The goal of my ideas is not to show the easiest, most convenient or straight-forward approach. I try to come up with new ideas which can result in new insights and enable possibilities that wouldn’t have been found otherwise.

Yes off course! Thanks for your advice. I for sure don’t know everything and I’m always open to new insights or better ways to do things. This way we can learn from each other and other people reading your advice may benefit as well!

In one of my earlier videos I mentioned that I was thinking of selling the Swappable hotend as a kit. It’s not easy to sell own made things like these due to liability and initial costs. I must find a partner to make my designs ready for production and sell-able. At the moment I’m focusing on getting my brand out there and to grow the channel.

Nothing too special. The print quality sucked when I was using Cura (which was almost two years ago) and I decided to try Simplify3D and it was like I had a whole new printer. I use standard settings: Printing speed: 3600mm/min Temperatures: PLA: 200-210°C/50°C-60°C PETG: 236°C/60°C ABS: 240°C/70-80°C Nylon: 260°C/80°C PC: 260°C/100°C Be aware that you don’t use a stock hotend above 240°C and your results might differ. Keep Nylon and PC dry!

I place all the software I use for making the videos in the description of the video itself. The most common software I use is: Fusion360 for designing Inkscape, RawTherapee for photos and illustrations Davinci Resolve and Audacity for editing and audio Simplify3D for slicing.

To be honest, this is not a FAQ, but I recon you want to know the answer anyway xD I use two Canon 80D camera’s and my main camera is equipped with a Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 lens. I sometimes use the Canon Macro EF 100mm 1:2.8 USM lens. I use a FeiyuTeck AK2000 gimbal for the b-roll footage which I often record at 60p.

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