Original Prusa printers in Star Wars? – Interview with Joshua Lee

Featured, Interviews

Joshua Lee is an animatronic model senior designer, with more than 25 years of experience in the film industry. He worked on many famous movies: The Fifth Element, Prometheus, Maleficent, or cult statuses series like Star Wars or Harry Potter.  He won the Visual Effects Society (VES) “Outstanding Models in a Photoreal or Animated Project” […]

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Announcing results of the PrusaPrinters.org Winter design contest


The second PrusaPrinters.org contest just ended! Our first designer contest was a massive success! With over 150 submitted models and we had a really tough time deciding who was the best but this time It was incredibly difficult to choose the best ones because the number of submitted models is 304! We turned dozens of […]

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How to improve your 3D prints with annealing


Probably everyone involved in practical 3D printing has been thinking about improving the physical and mechanical properties of their prints. You could try out some special materials, but those are usually both expensive and hard to print. The only other obvious option is to tweak your print settings, which has its own limitations. Surely there […]

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Black Friday: free shipping worldwide, free gifts with MK3S and SL1, and filament discounts + MINI shipping info

Featured, Highlights

We’re launching Black Friday deals in our e-shop – and it’s more than just free shipping this year! Also, I have some important news about the Original Prusa MINI 3D printer, which will start shipping in just a few days!   Black Friday deals are here Last year, our Black Friday deals were all about […]

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Win the Original Prusa i3 MK3S 3D printer in our Winter Designer Contest!

Contests, Featured

Our first designer contest at PrusaPrinters.org was a massive success! With over 150 submitted models, we had a really tough time deciding who was the best. Huge thanks to everyone who participated and congratulations to winners! And ever since the contest ended, we’ve been getting dozens and dozens of messages, asking us when the next […]

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3MF file format and why it’s great


The most common and universal file format for 3D printing is STL. It was released in 1987 and it’s dead simple. An STL file describes a raw, unstructured, triangulated surface. It doesn’t contain any scale, color or material information. There is no validation, it’s just a bunch of triangles, so it doesn’t prevent you from […]

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Announcing results of the PrusaPrinters.org Halloween design contest


The first PrusaPrinters.org contest just ended! And because we were running it for the majority of October, it was pretty clear what theme we should choose: Halloween. The festival of fright, time of terror and ghastly galore of ghouls and ghosts! And what shocked us even more than a spooky scary skeleton was the number […]

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Prusa Dev Diaries #2: How we made the heatbed silent

Dev Diaries

We continue with our series of articles, which give you a unique glimpse into the world of Prusa Research’s development, design and programming. In our last article, we explained how we tackled an improved Mesh Bed Leveling routine. This time, we’ll explain how we made the heatbed virtually silent. Silent operation is one of our […]

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