3D Printing in the Workshop / 3D Printers for Woodworking w/ the Creality CR-10

3D Printing in the Workshop / 3D Printers for Woodworking w/ the Creality CR-10
Today we’re going to-do an overview of 3D printing in the workshop. Since it seems that 3D printers can be found everywhere these days, why not in the woodworking shop? So, we decided to have a quick look Creality CR-10 and review just a few things this 3D printer can do for you in the workshop, including printing with wood filament!
In this video we 3D print a variety of woodworking tools, including cylinder center finders, Dremel attachments, Milwaukee bit holders and a hacksaw handle.
We use wood filament to 3d print wood bowls, wood tool handles and wood spinning top.

MakeTech’s review of the Creality CR-10: https://youtu.be/ywwsrb2qq2E

Thanks to GearBest for letting us review this printer:
Ge the Creality3D CR-10: https://goo.gl/iKtvyu
Get the Wood Filament: https://goo.gl/wG2XNZ
More 3D Printers and Supplies: https://goo.gl/74oBEf
GearBest Deals: https://goo.gl/emWgHJ

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Woodworking Tool Tips Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgn5pIkLhZC6UNY7oGCqqalh2WTG0Ywge
5 Woodworking Hacks for Clamps: https://youtu.be/Pp7b-kziLqU
5 Woodworking Tips for the Table Saw: https://youtu.be/31DWE1aRVto
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3D Printer Models from Thingiverse Used:
First Cylinder Center Finder: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1605373
Second Cylinder Center Finder:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:952766
Mini Hacksaw Handle: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1962712
Milwaukee Bit Holder: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:767642
Drill bit sharpener: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1024834
Spinning Top: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2267405
File Handle: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2137628
Decorative Bowl: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32655

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3D Printing in the Workshop / 3D Printers for Woodworking w/ the Creality CR-10

18 thoughts on “3D Printing in the Workshop / 3D Printers for Woodworking w/ the Creality CR-10”

  1. "Center finder works perfecly" while he draws 2 lines. 😀
    How do you know it's perfect? You could as well draw some 2 random intersecting lines with ruler. XD

  2. Great video. I'm glad you guys showed actual real life use cases being printed and being used rather than random objects that serve no purpose. Awesome review!

  3. I don't know if you can ask MakeTech if he has used the drill bit sharpener? I wanted to print one out but was wondering how good it worked?

  4. I have owned a 3D printer for over 2 years. I use it mainly to print objects that cannot be bought. That means that I create my own 3D objects and do not rely on the online repositories for my items. Case and point. I made several dovetail measuring devices that were seen online but were terribly expensive. I made my own. Just downloading someone else's objects is fine but creating an original object that cannot be purchased is priceless. (learning to make 3D objects may or may not take a long time. I have over 20 years of 3D experience so it is second nature to me)

  5. Hi Colin,
    I was just thinking, can that printer make a gripper style push block? Those blocks are ridiculously over priced. If you can print one, what would be your total cost of doing so?
    Cheers mate.

  6. If I may toss in a quick suggestion, now that I've ordered this 3D printer, I've looked into numerous drawing software programs (SketchUp, Blender, etc.) and the one that I think is by FAR the best option for 3D printing or definitely for woodworking is Fusion 360 by Autodesk. It's a full, professional, extremely powerful CAD program that is not only easy to learn and to use, it's FREE to students and hobbyists. And not only is it free, you can legally use it to make money up to $100k/year before you are required to pay for a license. I wish I'd found out about this years ago.

  7. I wish Gearbest would just let us know who all they've got in touch with so that I can subscribe to everyone. This is the first I've heard of you, but I'm glad I did.

  8. Thanks for the video 🙂 I have the CR-10 and uses it all the time for dusthose reducers and misc plastic items in the shop 🙂 Great asset.

    TR

  9. I just don’t get all the hoopla over these 3D printers. All you can make is chintzy plastic toys and for the price of a 3D printer I’m sure you could buy thousands of these tool toys better made at your friendly Harbor Freight. Now when they develop and sell a 3D printer that can make tools from hardened tool steel then I will get excited about this new technology.

  10. Interesting! However, I don't think that it's for me as I don't see how this fits into a wood shop. If you do some projects that might change my mind I'd reconsider, but I really can't see that happening any time soon…………… 🙂

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