MPL’s “Learning at Home” series is designed to support elementary level students' continued learning beyond the classroom. The posts explore topics related to the Ontario Curriculum and are designed to spark curiosity, learning and fun! We are celebrating CMHA Mental Health Week! This year's theme is "Name it, don't numb it" where we focus on…
Victoria Day is a holiday to celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria. She was born May 24, 1819, and is an important figure in Canadian History. Queen Victoria was Queen of Britain and Canada, when Canada became a country in 1867. In fact, she chose Ottawa to be the nation’s capital. The Province of Canada…
Can Pink Noise really help your sleep? Science identified a new sonic sound that might be your solution to your bad sleep. What is pink noise?
Scientists and researchers are finding evidence that adopting the keto diet can reduce migraine, seizure disorders, and even Alzheimer’s dementia. Even more so, there are also positive connections between keto and relieving depression symptoms.
Why not cut down the time so you can cut down the cost for your 3d print! Here are some ways to print with good quality but with less dollars.
Rafts, brims (sidewalks) and skirts are an easy way to get better results when you print. One of the easiest ways to prevent poor bed/build plate adhesion, along with print warping, is to utilize rafts, brims and skirts.
There's a lot of failure in your future and that’s okay as this is a necessary step you need to embrace during your 3D printing learning journey.
The best advice we give to all customers who use our 3D printers is to avoid using supports. Let’s talk more about support, why you should avoid it, and how to avoid it.