A general thread for 3D printer owners to place general tips and tricks that can make the experience better. I'll kick off with some points. 1. Make sure the printer is place on a rock solid surface that doesn't move or vibrate. The printers themselves will vibrate an unstable table/desk and lead to irregular surface imperfections on the print. 2. if your using a heat bed and printing ABS make sure the printer is not placed where there can be cold drafts. Constant or slowly changing temperatures are your friend. 3. Bed levelling... make sure it is level and correctly set in relation to the print nozzles. I find that metal feeler gauges work far better than the normally suggested piece of paper.