2018-06-07
3d Printer Nozzles with showing abrasion and wear

3D Printer Nozzle Abrasion: Discover and understand the mechanisms behind your nozzle wear

It’s getting more and more common to see fiber reinforced polymer as 3D printer material. And as you push your filament through your hotend, pressure is building; as the plastic exits out of the nozzle, many hard fibers are sliding and rolling against the inner wall. This causes Abrasive wear, also referred as ''cutting wear'', ''slurry erosion'' and ''scratching wear''.
2018-02-04

ENP Water Blocks for 3D Printers

Water cooling a 3D printer is an excellent solution for performance, stability, and high-temperature enclosed chambers. We’ve been supporting water cooling solutions since our beginning and it was time for an update. These improvements are based on users reviews and […]
2018-02-04

3D printing filament size: 1.75mm vs 3.00mm

Choosing a filament size can seem like a tough decision when designing a 3D printer. It is not only a question of personal taste, there are advantages to both standards. Keep reading if you wish to know more. The first […]
2017-03-10

Printing at 300 mm / s – Part 3 – Firmware and tests

This third part will discuss firmware and slicer configuration, real experiments, and prints. Make sure you read the first part which explores the components involved in both speed and acceleration performance and then the second part which explores all the theory […]
2016-11-14

Printing at 300 mm / s – Part 2 – Calculations

This second part will discuss the measurable and calculable limits of the parts explained in Part I. It will be very useful if you want to find the theoretical limits of your machine. Next part will show firmware and slicer […]
2016-10-19

Printing at 300 mm / s – Part 1 – Basics and hardware

Printing at 300 mm/s is something quite impressive. You’ve probably seen it at least once on a few printer specs or on a video. Are they really printing at this speed? Maybe, but it is very hard to verify. Printing […]
2016-09-20

Comparison between temperature sensors used in 3D printers – Part 3

2016-09-01

Comparison between temperature sensors used in 3D printers – Part 2

2016-06-30

Comparison between temperature sensors used in 3D printers – Part 1

This post will help you understand the differences and the operation of most common temperature sensors used in 3D Printing. Each type of sensor has many key performance aspects and the goal of this topic is to compare them in details. Part 1 will explain the most common sensor […]
2016-01-12
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DYZE DESIGN at the REAL2016: thanks to LOJIQ

It is with a lot of enthusiasm that DYZE DESIGN will pursue its 3D printing world’s conquest stopping by San Francisco city, California, next March, for the REAL2016! This unique event gathers under the same roof amateurs, companies and experts […]
2015-10-29

Accelerateur National Bank’s Grand Prize Winners

DYZE DESIGN is proud to have recently won the National Bank’s Accelerateur contest organized by the former dragon and experienced Quebecois entrepreneur Alexandre Taillefer, for his documentary tv show Alexandre et les conquérants on Ici Explora. DYZE DESIGN stood out from […]

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