Welcome to Structur3D's 3D Printing Materials Community!

Welcome to the Structur3D Printing online discussion forum. This is a place for makers (and prospective makers!) to discuss the world of 3D printing. Here you can speak on topics like 3D printing news, resources, and awesome use cases of the Discov3ry universal paste extruder. Really, the limits of conversation are endless - come and join us!

The Rules
We welcome all new members of our community and expect you to follow our forum guidelines while you are here. This is to ensure we have a civilized and positive environment for ideas and discussion!

Using Discourse
The open-sourced forum platform we have chosen to use is Discourse. Discourse is designed to offer safe defaults for communities. There is a trust system in Discourse where regular users automatically earn abilities to assist in governing the community as they participate over time.

All new users start out at trust level zero, in a trust sandbox with restrictions for their safety and everyone else’s safety. Trust level zero users are limited in …

  • the number of hyperlinks within a post
  • posting any images or files as attachments
  • send private messages
  • flag posts or topics
  • have links in the “about me” field of their profile
  • @name mention too many users in a post

There are also a lot of rate limits around how many actions new users can take. Of course, new users don’t stay new users forever; reading a variety of topics is enough to transition to trust level 1 in about 10 minutes by…

  • entering at least 2 topics
  • reading at least 15 posts
  • spend a total of 5 minutes reading posts

You can get started by introducing yourself here and suggesting what type of paste you want to print with. Perhaps read about one of the many 3d printers users are chatting about integrating with the Discov3ry.

Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service are also available and should be read before contributing.

This topic thread will be used for future announcements, check back every now and then.

Happy making!

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