Category Archives: 3D Printing

Gear Design, number of Teeth 105 and Internal gear teeth 14

Gears play an essential role in various mechanical applications, from small machines to large industrial machinery. The automotive industry is one of the areas where gears are extensively used, where they play a vital role in transmitting power from the engine to the wheels. The design of a gear is critical as it affects the performance and efficiency of the system. In this article, we will discuss the design process of a gear with 105 teeth, a pressure degree of 20 degrees, and a module of 2, which is used in an automotive application.


Here you will find the Anycubic Chiron profiles and settings for Cura software. These settings are tested for ABS, TPU and PLA. These settings have manufacturer recommended settings for speed, bed heat, nozzle heat etc. Follow the below procedure, and add the printer and the profiles. See how it prints, please share your feedback here. 

ANYCUBIC 4 Max Pro 2.0 FDM 3D Printer Cura Profiles

Most users complain about print failures on Anycubic 4 Max Pro 2.0. Not sticking to bed, and many other problems. That is because of the lack of standard manufacturer standard profiles for this printer. Print failure has many reasons, by using the anycubic manufacturer standard profiles these issues will be resolved. Here, The ANYCUBIC standard profiles are attached with this page for CURA software for ANYCUBIC 4 Max Pro 2.0 FDM 3D Printer.

Stereolithography (SLA) Service

Stereolithography (SLA or SL; also known as stereolithography apparatus, optical fabrication, photo-solidification, or resin printing) is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photochemical processes by which light causes chemical monomers and oligomers to cross-link together to form polymers.