About Us

Hello and welcome to 3D Print Beast!

We decided to start this website in 2021 after noticing that the troubleshooting content for 3D printing on the web is way too generic to be helpful in many scenarios, especially considering the sheer number of factors that can affect the 3D printing process in different ways.

With this in mind, we made it our goal to avoid generic advice, create each individual piece of content in a way that addresses a specific 3D printing problem, and ensure that the problem can be solved by using the information we have provided, regardless of your experience.

Hope you enjoy your stay!

Our Mission

Here at 3D Print Beast, we aim to share our knowledge and experience about all things related to 3D printing with our fellow readers to make the process of 3D printing a more pleasurable experience, as we know that the process of obtaining a successful print isn’t always easy with so many factors involved.

Our primary purpose is to explain all 3D printing concepts clearly and understandably for both beginners and experienced 3D printing enthusiasts alike since we believe that some topics can be pretty technical and complex to understand and bring elements of frustration to what should be an enjoyable hobby for everyone.

To this date, we have tested numerous different 3D printers, printed hundreds of models with various types of filaments, and spent more hours than we can ever count on troubleshooting issues.

Eventually, we wish to make all of these experiences a part of 3D Print Beast in hopes that everyone finds something of value here to make their 3D printing journey better.

Editorial Process

All content on 3D Print Beast goes through an editorial process (which we will be outlining below) to ensure that the information provided is reliable, trustworthy, and easy to understand.


Each writer who produces content for 3D Print Beast is an expert at 3D printing with their own experiences and original ideas, which makes it possible for us to publish articles that contain specialized information on the topic.


All articles on 3D Print Beast go through a technical review after the initial writing process, where another expert analyses content to ensure that the information given provided is reliable.

Once the technical review process is over, the content is evaluated for factors such as grammatical correctness and clarity, which allows us to deliver the information in a way that is easily accessible and understandable.

Testing (For Troubleshooting Content)

All the advice given on the troubleshooting articles are thoroughly tested to ensure that they indeed provide the necessary information to solve the problem.


The published content is monitored regularly to keep it up-to-date and compatible with new versions of software or new models of hardware that are released after publishing.

Our Team

Mike Davies
Founder & Chief Editor

Mike started his 3D printing journey with the Anet A8 when it first came out back in 2017, and has been obsessed with 3D printers ever since. Nowadays, he primarily uses his Ender 3 to print functional parts that make his life more convenient whenever possible.

John Martin
3D Printing Expert & Contributor

John is all about the technical side of 3D printing, and spends most of his time on finding new ways to increase the quality of his prints as a result. While his 3D printer of choice is an Ender 3 V2 Neo at the moment, he is known to be constantly switching printers for experimenting purposes.