Summary of Gridfinity Tips: 3D Printing Your New Workshop Organization System

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The video showcases how to use the Gridfinity system to organize a 3D printing workshop. It covers how to download the necessary files, what infill settings to use, what nozzle size to use, and how to be mindful of filament runs. Finally, it offers a few tips on how to get the most out of the system, such as printing one part at a time and gluing the grids in perfectly square.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Zack Friedman shares tips on how to improve the efficiency of your 3D printing workshop using Gridfinity. He points out that Gridfinity is an open source standard and that there is already a community of designers who are helping to improve the design files. He also mentions that there are many resources available to generate your own Gridfinity organizers.
  • 00:05:00 Gridfinity bins can be customized by downloading boxes from printables, and by modifying infill, layer thickness, and nozzle diameter. It is important to be aware of layer counts and to use the right nozzle size for the job. For example, using a 0.8 millimeter nozzle on prints with a large number of flat surfaces can result in robust and sturdy parts, while using a 0.4 millimeter nozzle on prints with a small number of flat surfaces is more efficient. Finally, it is important to be mindful of filament runs and to use the right spool size for the task at hand.
  • 00:10:00 The author of the video suggests printing your new workshop organization system using a higher temperature than you are used to in order to ensure a better layer adhesion and less stringing. He also recommends using a specific color for each type of tool in the system, in order to make it easier to remember where each item is.
  • 00:15:00 Gridfinity is a new workshop organization system that uses color to help the user find tools. The tips outlined in this video include the following: - Printing one part at a time until the print is dialed in perfectly. - Glue the grids in perfectly square to avoid warping. - Make sure the filament is fed evenly and correctly to avoid print failures.

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