When it came time to print monoprice 110010 another one of the presliced sample files with the Joule, I opted to use the Recycle Black PLA from Proto-pasta. This toolbox can be fitted onto the grooves located on the printer’s base. There was no stringing, and the supports easily detached themselves from the object. This was printed in roughly seven hours at a layer height of 0.2 millimetres and a speed of 50 millimeters per second.
Monoprice Joule headphones
Additionally, the bendy snake test print came out rather good when printed with Matterhackers’ Raspberry Gold Quantum. (link opens in a new window) This design, gaming laptop which makes contact with the bed in various discrete locations, was a perfect candidate for the unusually sticky bed. The print is barely 4 inches long, which exaggerates the.2mm layer height, and there is a tiny amount of stairs stepping in it. It prints at a speed of 50 millimetres per second in 1 hour and 15 minutes. I wanted to print something bigger, and this support-free ChaosCoreTech Pikachu that could be scaled up to 200% was the perfect candidate. This was printed with Matterhackers’ Raspberry Gold Quantum (link opens in new tab), and although it had a few rough patches around the ears, the rest of the print came out quite smooth and clean. The power went out, so I decided to test the power loss recovery feature, resulting in the horizontal line appearing roughly an inch higher. The line is where it picked up where it left off printing. It took 9 hours and 11 minutes to print with a layer height of 0.2 millimetres and a speed of 65 millimeters per second.
Explanation of headphones
It had no problems working with PETG; the only issues were a few stray wisps, which were easily brushed off. When printing a ChaosCoreTech Poison Bottle, I used recycled Greengate Purple Reign PETG material. Because the walls were printed a little too thin for the translucent filament, the infill is visible. This was produced in 5 hours and 35 minutes at a layer height of 0.2 millimeters and 65 millimeters.
Coaching of headphones
TPU had less success, which is not surprising given that it was extruded using a single-gear Bowden machine. I used some Inland Black TPU to print this Flexi Rex (opens in a new tab). Because it is otherwise a solid print that flexes just as it should, this dino could benefit from some cutting to make it look more presentable. This was produced in two hours and fifty minutes at a layer height of 0.2 millimetres at a speed of 40 millimeters per second.
If you are starting with 3D printing and don’t want to break the bank in the process, the Monoprice Joule is an affordable machine that could serve as a good starting point. With a suggested retail price of only $199.99, it is significantly more affordable than the widely used Creality Ender 3 v2 that it mimics. Because it is similar to the Ender 3 family of printers, it will be easy to find upgrades or replacement components. The print is barely 4 inches long, which exaggerates the.2mm layer height, and there is a tiny amount of stairs stepping in it. It prints at a speed of 50 millimetres per second in 1 hour and 15 minutes. I wanted to print something bigger, and this support-free ChaosCoreTech Pikachu that could be scaled up to 200% was the perfect candidate.