Id like to see the process on picking the parts to upgrade an ender printer. What i mean is taking a stock ender printer, and upgrading it, like a hotend, linear rails, control board, abl, good ways to change the build surface (how to remove the original surface and install different ones like wham bam, or the carbon fiber board). All non “official” kit parts. The idea being if i wanted to do some or all of the upgrades, you have a video thats tinestamped showing how to go from stock to all decked out.
I say not “official” kit parts mostly beacuse the linear rail upgrade kit for the ender 3 in the shop costs alone as much as an ender 3. Though you can do it with the kit and it would still cover the installation process.
Another video idea would be to do a annual (bi weekley or monthly) live stream doing a project, while taking questions. Either from the forum or from the chat.
There are lots of videos on how to tune filament, but perhaps going through the process and showing your results for a few of the filaments the store offers. There could be a comparison between the value pla, standard pla, and a few of the other brands of pla the store carries. I was asked by a friend regarding the store brand tpu settings, which comes down to individual printers and doing a filament calibration, but seeing how you guys find the sweet spot on a stock printer, and seeing the comparisons would be interesting. For bonus points, doing a comparison like what CNC Kitchen does would be really interesting.
More of a forum, but could lead to a video idea. Would be to showboat a speed benchy. Like take a few printers you guys work with, go through any upgrades done like firmware, hotend or bed plate, and see which printer does the best/fastest. That could easily be a bit of a contest sort of thing too.
Doing a comparison of wifi/remote printing options could be interesting. Like what is available in store, how to integrate them, how user friendly they are to set up/use and what problems/limitations to be aware of.
I liked @LEGOManiac and his idea of extending a build plate/space. How one may go around that from both a hardware then a software standpoint. With a focus on critical areas. My first printer is my testbed/frankenprinter, so im always looking to new ideas.