Prusa Mini 3D printer $10 foundation dampening to reduce noise using pavers, Stacked easily

In this video, we show you reduce noise and vibration from your 3D Filament printer using pavers from your home box hardware store. Total investment was $9.00 for both pieces. Since they are both 16×16, they stacked easily.

We bought these from Lowes here

If you do not have a home box store near you, see 16×16 pavers here

Forget using foam pads as other videos suggest, this is the best looking and most aggressive setup with the rubber paver on the bottom. MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE AND LIKE this video, we will post videos on many topics, and as usual, the majority of other videos sho the wrong technique, do not show the right steps and usually does not include the right ingredients in their projects.

Print Dry your 3D filament in a Food Dehydrator and get better prints! For under $40.00

In this video, we show you exactly how to set up a food dehydrator to dry your filament out. Any small bit of moisture in your filament will affect your prints. If you hear hissing and popping when you are printing, your filament has moisture.

The unit we purchased is around $25.00 and can be found below. It was heavily researched to make sure had the right feaures (dial for temperature), the right dimensions (diameter) and also the height. We also wanted to choose the most inexpensive version with all of the criteria above.

the Food Dehydrator shown in the video : Buy Filament DeHydrator here>
Diagonal Cutters: Buy diagonal cutters we used here

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