How to get the best out of your failed 3d prints
3d printing is fun, but sometimes a failed 3d print can let you down. The best thing you can do about it is to laugh it off (and recheck your settings).
Just like our work after a very long night at the bar. Seriously, go home printer, you’re (still) drunk.
Oh hey kiddo! That’s a nice… uh… TARDIS? Don’t mess with space and time, or things might get wonky…
Such a great mind cannot fit into a tiny PLA head. It needed freedom, and it got it eventually.
Oh cool! It’s Jabba the hutt from Star Wa- wait…
So let’s say you want to print a cute li’l bunny for your niece, so you load the filament, set the printer, hit start and leave for work. Then you come back to see this abomination, painfully shrieking “Kill me…”
This might be an interesting new breed, but we’d suggest you incinerate it ASAP before it lays eggs.