Congratulations on joining the ranks of our amazing LulzBot 3D printer users! To help you learn about your new 3D printer work through the following sections. You will not only become more comfortable with everything- you'll also increase your level of knowledge in the exciting new field of 3D printing.


Your Second Print

Not sure what to print next? Your 3D printer was proudly made with the Free & Libre philosophy in mind. Print your very own Open Source Hardware keychain! This model will print quickly, using the Normal Quality setting.

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Filament Options

Curious about the different 3D printing plastic filament? Some filament is better suited to certain kind of models and scales. Find out about the different properties and strengths of each one and choose the right filament for your application!

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Changing Filament

Looking to use one of the many various 3D printer plastic filaments for your 3D printed parts? Look here for an easy method to switch out your filament.

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Eager to keep going?

Not ready to call it a day? No problem! Several online repositories exist for the sharing and collaboration of 3D models and projects. We will always recommend the Free & Libre options that respect your freedom and don't restrict what you can do with the model.

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Maintenance

Little maintenance is required keep your 3D printer running. Depending on your rate of use you will want to perform a quick check of your printer every 2 to 4 weeks. The following maintenance guide lines will keep your 3D printer printing quality parts.

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Join the LulzBot Community

The LulzBot User forum is a great way to meet your fellow LulzBot users, ask questions of your 3D printing peers and even see what some of our upcoming new hardware releases may be! The community is filled with everyone from new users looking to improve their prints to our more advanced users that are giving back to the Open Hardware community by modifying their LulzBot 3D printers to do even more. If you're having trouble registering the answer is "TAZ".

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