Prusa MK3S Upgrade? The PitStop Extruder.

This post will be applying to the Prusa MK3S specifically but it can be applied to other variants and clones.You can find my thoughts on the stock printer here. In my previous review about the Prusa MMU2S, I mentioned that I had installed a PitStop Extruder on my printer to help with loading, this is […]

Fake News! – How An Old Scam Has Resurfaced.

Lets look at an old fashioned phishing email. An old, old, phishing scam is the fake email attachment and one we have not seen for a while is the fax! A lot of companies no longer have a fax machine but can receive emails through online fax services through their IP phone systems. This is […]

PrusaSlicer And You

First of all, what is slicing? Slicing in our context of 3D printing is where the program takes a 3D model you give it and “slices” it into layers that can be printed. This is where support material, infill and perimeters are generated          . 3D printing has two fronts you need to work with to […]

The 3D Printer that just works, Prusa Research I3 MK3S.

It is worth mentioning before anything else, preparing parts to be printed requires a computer with a way interact with the full size SD card and a free copy of Prusaslicer. I will be detailing Prusaslicer in a future post. This will be an overview of the Prusa I3 MK3S, (you can get your own […]

OneDrive For Business – Add shortcuts to folders

Microsoft OneDrive for Business had a new feature rolled out, finally going live worldwide a few months ago. The new explorer icon with blue brackets shown here denotes a shortcut folder. You can see our other blogs on OneDrive here: From my previous posts on OneDrive, this is a quick summary of how to identify the […]

Prusa Research MMU2S Review.

With the rising popularity of 3d printers, more and more people are finding the limitations of the average printer only being able to use one material at a time. I am quite fond of Prusa’s solution to this. MMU2S stands for Multi Material Unit, this is their improved version 2. This device allows Prusa printers […]

Microsoft Quick Assist – an amazingly simple tool to help your friends!

Microsoft Quick Assist is a built-in tool in Windows 10 that allows a user to get help or provide help to another windows 10 user. Let’s take a look at what it is and how it works. SPOILER ALERT: I really can’t help feeling that we are going to start seeing scammers using this tool […]

Windows FREE video chat feature – will it beat Zoom?

In the latest updates to Windows, Microsoft have released the video app Meet Now. they have handily placed it at the bottom of the taskbar so you can see it. This feature has been around for Using the video is simple and it’s easy to see that its based around Skype. However, you can use […]