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Stop the stringing with Retraction! 3D Printing 101
Retraction is a super useful setting you can use within your slicer to greatly improve the quality of your 3D Prints, but it's very misunderstood! In this 3D Printing 101 we'll go through the basics of what retraction settings are and how you can tweak them. You'll be amazed by how much of a difference correct retraction can make! This video is proudly supported by Simplify3D. Visit https://www.simplify3d.com/ to learn more. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future 3D Printing Reviews, Tutorials or Projects! --- Like what we do? Visit us at makersmuse.com for more information about Makers Muse! Say G'day to us on Twitter and Instagram @makersmuse Ways you can support Maker's Muse: -Want to buy a 3D Printer but don't know where to start? Get our eBook here! https://gumroad.com/products/NBvg/ - Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/makersmuse?ty=h -Buy a T-shirt! http://www.redbubble.com/people/makersmuse/shop - By using our amazon affiliate links US - http://amzn.to/1Ym50j1 UK - http://amzn.to/1PJICdR Or a direct donation through Youtube And lastly, a BIG thanks to the community, and those who have supported us here at Makers Muse! ----
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3D Systems ProJet® MJP 2500 Series
The ProJet MJP 2500 Series delivers high part quality, versatile material options and easy on-site productivity for office-friendly operation in rigid and elastomeric options.
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Desktop Metal Studio 3D Printer | Affordable Metal 3D Printing for the Office
The learn more about the Desktop Metal Studio system visit https://goo.gl/oiCfek For more information on our metal 3D printing services visit https://goo.gl/Hse3xU The Studio 3D Printer from Desktop Metal is designed to be the first office friendly, end-to-end solution for 3D printing complex metal parts in house. Here are some of the benefits of the system 10x cheaper The Studio System is up to ten times cheaper than comparable laser-based systems. With purchase and financing options, it’s the only metal 3D printing system that is cost-effective for engineering teams. Safe for the office We eliminated lasers and powders to make the Studio System safe for any facility. Unlike other systems, there are no requirements for third party equipment or special facilities—just power and an internet connection. An end-to-end solution The Studio System is a three-part solution that automates metal 3D printing. Tightly integrated through Desktop Metal’s cloud-based software, it delivers a seamless workflow for printing complex metal parts in-house—from digital file to sintered part. HOW IT WORKS 1) Prep Secure, web-based software constructs build plans from STL or CAD files, automatically generating supports and control parameters based on part geometry and material. 2) Print Layer by layer, a green part is shaped by extruding bound metal rods—metal powder held together by wax and polymer binders—in a process called Bound Metal Deposition™. 3) Debind The green part is immersed in proprietary debind fluid, dissolving primary binder and creating an open-pore channel structure throughout the part in preparation for sintering. 4) Sinter As the part is heated to temperatures near melting, remaining binder is removed and metal particles fuse together causing the part to densify up to 96-99.8%. Contact Us: https://goo.gl/xYPbJS Follow us on Social! Twitter: https://goo.gl/SfAJe9 Facebook: https://goo.gl/Sx8cQH Instagram: https://goo.gl/04kJzM LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/YB9nsG
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How to pick a 3D printer nozzle and how to install it!
"It’s just a tiny hole in a piece of metal with a thread". Yeah, sorta... but there's more to them! Learn which type of 3D printer nozzle is right for you and how to install it! This video's sponsor: The Printaguide! http://aprintapro.com/printaguide/ Products mentioned: http://e3d-online.com/E3D-v6/Extra-Nozzles https://www.mapa-refining.de/produkte/d%C3%BCsen-nozzles/ http://olssonruby.com/the-olsson-ruby/ 🎥 All my video gear http://toms3d.org/my-gear 💙 Affiliate links: Amazon [🇺🇸] http://amzn.to/2glL7nV Amazon [🇩🇪] http://amzn.to/2gLSWUL eBay [🇺🇸 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇦🇺] http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=1&pub=5575098911&toolid=10001&campid=5337833113&customid=&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg Matterhackers [🇺🇸] https://www.matterhackers.com/?rcode=TSAN86 iGo3D [🇩🇪] https://goo.gl/ROxm6Z 💙 Support me by shopping on eBay or Amazon through my affiliate links! Anything you buy through these gives me a small bonus to run the channel - at no extra cost to you! All details and more links at http://toms3d.org/support-me/ 👐 This video is licensed as Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike thanks to my supporters on Patreon! https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ https://www.patreon.com/toms3dp Music © David Cutter Music – www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk Music © Monstercat - http://monstercat.com
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3D Systems Corp Chart Analysis – Explosive Options
Bob Lang gives technical analysis on the stock chart for DDD. Be a better options trader - don't miss a single stock chart from Explosive Options! Get more at http://ExplosiveOptions.net/charts.
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Best FREE CAD Programs for 3D Printing - 2015
On this episode of 3D Printing 101 I'll be discussing the 3 best CAD programs for 3D Printing that you can get started with for FREE. All of these produce .stl files and perfect companions for your 3D Printer! If you would like to learn more about any of these programs, drop a comment letting me know. 3D Printing 101 is a series designed to help get 3D Printing Novices up to speed and Printing quickly! Be sure to subscribe to Maker's Muse so you don't miss any future videos. :) LINKS: Tinkercad - https://www.tinkercad.com/ 123D Design - http://www.123dapp.com/design Onshape - https://www.onshape.com/ Blender - https://www.blender.org/ Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future 3D Printing Reviews, Tutorials or Projects! Disclaimer: We at Makers Muse seek to provide a 100% unbiased perspective when it comes to reviewing content and new tech. Therefore, we guarantee that Makers Muse has and will never accept cash or items of monetary value when it comes to providing reviews, and that all reviews are free of charge-with any funds involved only covering the costs of delivery. --- Like what we do? Visit us at makersmuse.com for more information about Makers Muse! Say G'day to us on Twitter and Instagram @makersmuse Ways you can support Maker's Muse: -Want to buy a 3D Printer but don't know where to start? Get our eBook here! https://gumroad.com/products/NBvg/ - Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/makersmuse?ty=h -Buy a T-shirt! http://www.redbubble.com/people/makersmuse/shop - By using our amazon affiliate links US - http://amzn.to/1Ym50j1 UK - http://amzn.to/1PJICdR Or a direct donation through Youtube And lastly, a BIG thanks to the community, and those who have supported us here at Makers Muse! ----
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17 Incredible 3D Printed Objects
From beautiful and unbelievable instruments that actually work to even things like an incredible 3D printed pizza made by NASA! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr # 10 3D-Printed Ear You’ve seen 3D printing make fashion garments and body prosthetics, so it’s not too much of a leap to imagine a 3D printed organ. Scientists at Princeton University designed this bionic ear that can actually hear even better than human ears. The 3D printed cells and nanoparticles with a small coil antenna create the cyber ear that can be installed onto a real human and hear radio frequencies a million times higher than our own ears. # 9 3D-Printed Cast Jake Evill was a recent graduate of Victoria University when he broke his hand and was stuck with an arm cast that he found “archaic.” So he designed a cast for the millennial: a 3D printed, lightweight, washable, and breathable. It lets in air and prevents that age-old feeling of gross itchiness and suffocation the usual plaster casts come with. Plus, they just look super cool. # 8 3D Printed Pizza Try explaining to someone from 10 years ago that NASA funded a 3D printing project to print pizza. Well, that’s the reality we are living in. The company known as BeeHex was commissioned by NASA to develop palatable food for astronauts’ deep space journeys to Mars. The printer can create specific flavors and toppings and even shapes based on scanned .JPEG files to keep those bored astronauts appeased on their years-long journey. Humans aren’t scheduled to make any trips to our sister planet until the early 2030s, so we’ll probably be seeing these printed pizzas at theme parks and novelty restaurants until then. # 7 Shakuhachi Flute The Shakuhachi flute is a beautiful Japanese flute from the ancient Edo period that is classically made from a bamboo shoot. In 2016, you can now 3D print one out of stainless steel with matte or gold finishes and an intricate dragon design. You can own this ancient instrument for as little as 240 dollars. # 6 3D Fetus 3D scans of your unborn fetus can be a little confusing to look at or understand. Now, you can get a 3D print of your fetus to hold and touch and see. For as little as 1275 US dollars a Japanese company will create a small sculpture with a software called Biotexture. # 5 3DVarius Violin If you’re into instruments at all you’re probably aware of the Stradivarius Violins and string instruments renowned for their well-made instruments. The 3Dvarius violins brings that model to the modern age with a slick 3D printed polymer design and funky synthetic sound. While it is based on the Stradivarius violins, it’s goal was to be it’s own unique shape and have it’s own unique sound. #4 Tampon Magazine Here’s something I’m sure none of us thought would exist: a Tampon Magazine. It’s meant to make you have fun and feel cute storing your tampons in a hyper-femme bullet style box, letting you shoot ‘em out whenever you need. It isn't really space efficient or practical but it is a way to bring something fun into what is arguably the worst time of any lunar cycle. #3 3D Printed Medical Models Surgeons and medical practitioners often have to practice procedures on dummy models or cadavers, but as you can imagine those options are either slightly inaccurate or expensive and a limited resource. Now, with 3D printed models practice dummies are easier to come by AND more accurate which is great for patients and surgeons alike. # 2 3D Printed Buildings When you think about 3D printing, you usually imagine printing little gadgets, lifehacks, and little things that make your life easier. If you take that to its logical conclusion, you might wonder if we'll ever have 3D printed buildings and housing. Well, we do, and they were printed and constructed by WinSun in China. These two buildings were constructed from parts entirely made with specially made 3D printing technology including the plumbing, wiring, and entire foundations. # 1 3D Printed Camera Lens This camera - including the lens - was made completely with a 3D printer, and it actually works! Camera lenses are made from either acyrlic or sandblasted resin, and it has all the moving parts that allow you to change aperture, load and unload film. The photos that come from this 3D printed camera aren’t exactly crisp or super pristine, but they have a dreamy quality about them that you would expect to come out of a handcrafted camera.
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The QuadFusion Print Head- Making Color 3D Printing Possible by M3D LLC
The QuadFusion is the first of its kind four filament mixing extruder, allowing you to mix both colors and materials. About this project : M3D, the leading name in consumer 3D printing, is proud to announce The QuadFusion Print Head, our first direct drive four-filament mixing extruder Subscribe to our channel for latest and most popular technology videos everyday! http://bit.ly/FutureT Back and learn more about this project on Kickstarter : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/m3d/the-quadfusion-print-head-making-color-3d-printing/ LEGAL NOTICE: We do not own this video, it belongs to its rightful owners. About anything please contact us via [email protected] If you want your product to be promoted and/or tested please contact us via [email protected] More about project : This revolutionary new print head allows you to mix both materials and colors, making it possible to print in a full-color palette when you use CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Key) filaments.Multi-Color & Multi-Material 3D Printing  Until now, full-color palette 3D printing has been the ultimate dream for 3D enthusiasts. Some commercial products have been introduced in recent years, but they come with limitations and a high price tag. Few options exist under the $3000 price point. A few multi-filament extruders and advanced add-ons are on the market but they are are limited, for example by mixing just two or three filaments, printing only in PLA, or relying on multiple independent nozzles. The QuadFusion is the first four-filament mixing extruder available on the consumer market. Combining Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Key (CMYK) filaments allows you to print over 50,000 unique colors. The key filaments can either be Black, White, or Transparent. Using white creates different tints which lighten a color, using black creates shades which darken a color, and using clear adds a degree of transparency and depth. This vase was printed using Red, Blue, Transparent and Black filaments. Technically, there are over 150 different colors within this vase, with a slightly different color on every single layer.      With the QuadFusion you can also print with any four compatible filament materials. To be compatible, they should have a similar melting point temperature. This allows you to easily change between materials within your print, or to blend materials together in as many ways as you can imagine. This allows prints to vary in strength, flexibility, and rigidity from one area of the print to another. This allows you to fabricate things in a whole new way, you no longer need to think of your final product as a collection of separate parts to be made out of different materials, but rather it can be one 3D printed part made out of a combination of different materials.   A great benefit to both color and material mixing, is that you can get more out of less. Since you can combine colors and materials, you don’t need to keep as many different colors and materials in stock. Additionally, there is no need to worry about painting or post-processing, you just grab your print off the printbed and go.   Our New Filaments    You can use any standard 1.75mm filament in the QuadFusion Print Head, however if the colors aren’t optimized for color mixing, you may not get a high quality color result, for example if you want to use a key like Black, you need to use a calibrated black because typical black filaments are loaded with carbon pigments which have a very wide particle size and distribution, so what would normally happen is you’re trying to change from black to yellow for example, and you’re going to have to expunge 200mm of filament to get a clear switch between the two, which is a very large waste pillar, and even then you still may have residual specks of black show up in your print.   To solve this problem we developed a few lines of filament that would be ideal for color mixing. To do this we calibrated the pigment size and molecular distribution so that it falls within a narrow range, giving you the ability to get controlled mixing ratios, which results in a wider and more pure color palette. The recommended starting material is based primarily on PETG, which comes in two series: ABS-R3 provides opaque material ABSR provides transparent colors and keys.  We also offer an opaque PLA line, as well as an opaque Tough 115A line.   Versatility    We wanted to make the QuadFusion available to as many people as we could, which is why we wanted to make it compatible with a wide range of 3D printers on the market, not just our own. We are going to make a variety of 3D printable mounting plate files available for download to help users get the head mounted as seamlessly as possible. Currently, we have verified mounts for the following 3D printers: MakerBot Replicator 2X, M3D Crane, M3D Promega, and ...
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Cube 3 Filament Cartridge Mod
Here is my second video that goes with the Cube 3 Filament firmware mod. In this video I will walk you through how I modded the Cube 3 filament cartridges to be easier to use with "bulk" filament. I talk a bit fast at times and the editing is jumpy at times but bear with it, you'll want to do this to make your printer even better. Feel free to ask any questions. Enjoy! Original idea came from the Print3d Forum: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/904-HOW-TO-Replace-the-tubing-on-your-Cube-3-cartridge 4mm Push Fittings: http://amzn.to/2jftwEM 4mm M5 Push Fittings: https://goo.gl/kQJQmw 4mm M6 Push Fittings: https://goo.gl/sQURV4 4mm OD x 3mm ID PTFE Tubing: http://amzn.to/2gU8yKX 3mm OD x 2mm ID PTFE Tubing: http://amzn.to/2eWHfz1 M4 x 40mm Bolts: http://amzn.to/2eXYQ9V M4 Nuts: http://amzn.to/2eY174Z Nozzle Drill Jig: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/927-Cartridge-Replacement-Tube-The-KISS-Method!!?p=40630&viewfull=1#post40630 Filament cartridge bulkhead cap: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/927-Cartridge-Replacement-Tube-The-KISS-Method!!?p=40306&viewfull=1#post40306 Another bulkhead cap that says PLA or ABS: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/927-Cartridge-Replacement-Tube-The-KISS-Method!!?p=40370&viewfull=1#post40370 More: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthread.php/927-Cartridge-Replacement-Tube-The-KISS-Method!!?p=40425&viewfull=1#post40425 Support me via Pateron: http://ft3dp.com/patreon Affiliate codes! Amazon: http://ft3dp.com/amazon Amazon.uk: http://amzn.to/2fRs371 Maker Geeks: http://ft3dp.com/makergeeks Banggood: http://ft3dp.com/banggood GearBest: http://ft3dp.com/gearbest Ebay: http://ft3dp.com/ebay Aliexpress: http://ft3dp.com/aliexpress You can get 15% off your first month's box by using this referral link. http://ft3dp.com/makerbox and coupon code: FUGATECH By using this link you can help out the channel. Follow me on Social Media: Facebook: http://ft3dp.com/facebook Instagram: http://ft3dp.com/instagram Twitter: http://ft3dp.com/twitter Thanks for watching!
Views: 5440 Fugatech 3D Printing
Markforged Eiger 3D Printing Software
The Markforged Eiger software is both powerful and easy to use in your browser, importing your design and slicing it for high strength printing. Click here to start your trial: http://bit.ly/eigerswoosh
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Top 8 of the Coolest 3D Floors Created with Epoxy
There are a whole bunch of options to choose from when it comes to flooring for your home – from wood and tile to laminate and even rubber, the list goes on and on. However, there is another option. 3D epoxy floors beat all the others hands down when it comes to the mind-blowingly realistic effects they create. Bad Boy Style And The Most Handsome Boy In The World 2018 https://goo.gl/xkK6JV Alphabet Pingo Letter Name UPPER-CASE Level 2 https://goo.gl/yo1DfN
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Additive Manufacturing - Direct Metal Laser Sintering DMLS Technology
Additive Manufacturing - Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) Technology: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) was developed jointly by Rapid Product Innovations (RPI) and EOS GmbH, starting in 1994, as the first commercial rapid prototyping method to produce metal parts in a single process. With DMLS, metal powder (20 micron diameter), free of binder or fluxing agent, is completely melted by the scanning of a high power laser beam to build the part with properties of the original material. Eliminating the polymer binder avoids the burn-off and infiltration steps, and produces a 95% dense steel part compared to roughly 70% density with Selective Laser Sintering (SLS). An additional benefit of the DMLS process compared to SLS is higher detail resolution due to the use of thinner layers, enabled by a smaller powder diameter. This capability allows for more intricate part shapes. Material options that are currently offered include alloy steel, stainless steel, aluminum, bronze, cobalt-chrome, and titanium. Eng. Rami Khalil
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Source Graphics BFB 3000 Desktop 3D Printer
The Bits from Bytes 3000 is an affordable 3D printer perfect for the home, office or classroom. To learn more about the BFB 3000, or to explore other 3D printing options, please call us at (714) 701-1500 or visit us at www.sourcegraphics.com
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An Introduction to CAD Software for Designing 3D Printable Models
If you've picked yourself up a 3D printer, you've no doubt printed yourself a heap of models from Thingiverse by now. It's great fun and the best way to learn how to control the options you have available through Cura; scaling, rotating and tweaking layer heights for optimal prints. Eventually, though, you're going to want to step into the world of 3D design to build upon your 3D printing skills and make some unique models to print. To do so, you'll need to get your hands onto some decent CAD software and learn the ropes when it comes to operating the software. The full guide https://core-electronics.com.au/tutorials/fusion-360-for-3d-printing.html Core Electronics is your home in Australia for: 3D Printers https://core-electronics.com.au/3d-printers-australia.html LulzBot https://core-electronics.com.au/brands/lulzbot-australia
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3D Systems Cubify Sculpt hands-on | Engadget
Subscribe to Engadget today: http://bit.ly/YA7pDT Watch The Latest Engadget Video Here: http://goo.gl/ZYWTn **** Click below for more! **** There's been a fundamental disconnect for as long as desktop 3D printers have been an affordable reality: how can consumers easily create 3D models to be printed? At the moment, the best solutions for finding objects to 3D print are databases like Thingiverse -- places where you can search for and download files that most closely match what you're looking to create. Read on at Engadget: http://goo.gl/oBfDcE Engadget provides the web's best consumer electronics & gadgets coverage. Launched in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor and co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget now covers the latest mobile devices, computers, TVs, laptops, personal electronics, hardware, tablets, and cameras. Engadget's video property is a part of the AOL On Network. Get More Engadget: Read: http://engt.co/YZHYeP Like: http://on.fb.me/YZI4mL Follow: http://bit.ly/YFfj0
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Colorjet 3D Printing Explanation
Colorjet 3D printing produces full color 3D prototypes perfect for quick design verification and effective visual communication. Parts are created from gypsum powder held together by binder. Color is added directly to the model as it is printing, no additional painting is needed. Parts can be clear coated to provide superior finishes and protection. Applications: Excellent for demonstration models Max Dimensions: 10" x 15" x 8" Layer Thickness: 0.0035" - 0.004" Material Options: Gypsum powder Finish Options: Standard Clear Coat Lead Time: 3 - 5 days from order date
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Medical 3D printing software - Bespoke Modeling
Pas 3D printing toe in de medische sector met behulp van Bespoke Modeling van 3D Systems.
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ProJet 3000 Line of 3D Professional 3D Printers By 3DSystems
The ProJet 3000 line of 3D printers prints precision, durable plastic parts ideal for functional testing, design communication, rapid manufacturing, rapid tooling and more. It features selectable resolution choices for speed and quality and several different material options. For more information on the Projet SD 3000 please visit: http://www.camlogic.com/hardware/3d-printing/190-projet-sd-3000
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Bastech - 3D Systems ProJet® MJP 2500 Series
http://www.bastech.com The ProJet MJP 2500 Series delivers high part quality, versatile material options and easy on-site productivity for office-friendly operation in rigid and elastomeric options. Bastech has been a reseller of 3D Equipment since 2006 and was established to provide solutions for your in-house Additive Manufacturing (3D printing), engineering, prototyping and manufacturing needs. Our staff is focused on matching your requirements, desires and constraints to the best available hardware and software for your 3D printing (polymers, metal and wax), scanning and other additive manufacturing needs. Bastech’s staff will also be there for support after the sale with consumables, machine service and technical support. Our service technicians are well trained and experienced in supplying your team with maintenance, repair and training support they need to stay online. Extensive knowledge of the equipment, software and engineering/manufacturing processes has made Bastech a leader in the Midwest for your prototyping, manufacturing and engineering solutions. http://www.bastech.com 855-890-9292
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3D printing guides - Setting up a LCD and SD card controller panel
Learn how to set up an LCD screen, click encoder input and SD card reader on your 3D printer! 0:46 Things you need 2:19 Connections 2:43 Firmware 3:49 Getting it right Get a Full Graphic Smart Controller http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/I6iAmQv Neither of these have color changing displays. That's an editing joke! u8glib download https://code.google.com/p/u8glib/ Fix the encoder scrolling with: #define ENCODER_PULSES_PER_STEP 4 #define ENCODER_STEPS_PER_MENU_ITEM 1 💙 Buying items through these affiliate links gives me a small kickback without adding any extra costs for you! All details and more links at https://toms3d.org/support-me/ Amazon [🇺🇸 🇩🇪 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇮🇹 🇪🇸 🇫🇷] https://toms3d.org/Amazon eBay [🇺🇸 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇦🇺 🇮🇹 🇪🇸 🇫🇷 🇦🇹 🇧🇪 🇨🇭 🇮🇪 🇳🇱] http://geni.us/eSOtG Matterhackers [🇺🇸 🌐] https://www.matterhackers.com/?rcode=TSAN86 iGo3D [🇩🇪 🌐] https://goo.gl/ROxm6Z Aliexpress [🌐] http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/iMB6emu
Views: 235900 Thomas Sanladerer
Becoming 3D: The State of 3D Printing Seminar
Learn how 3D printing is changing the manufacturing process today. This event featured 2 presentations from 3D industry leaders from South Florida: Charlie Koch - 3D Printing & short run manufacturing options David Sepanik - How to build revenue using 3D manufacturing techniques
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What is PolyJet 3D Printing Technology | Smooth, Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing
To request a PolyJet 3D Printing Services quote or to get more information about materials or the process, visit http://goo.gl/DLURQa A carriage — with four or more print heads and ultraviolet (UV) lamps — traverses the work space, depositing tiny droplets of photopolymers, materials that solidify when exposed to UV light. After printing a thin layer of material, the process repeats until a complete 3D object is formed. These well-established technologies create models or finished goods for industries that span jewelry and architecture to aerospace and consumer electronics manufacturing. The PolyJet jetting head slides back and forth along the X-axis, similar to a line printer, depositing a single super-thin layer of photopolymer onto the build tray. Immediately after building each layer, UV bulbs alongside the jetting bridge emit UV light, immediately curing and hardening each layer. This step eliminates the additional post curing required by other technologies. The internal jetting tray moves down with extreme precision and the jet heads continue building, layer by layer, until the model is complete. Sophisticated software tools enable all heads to work in perfect harmony, to synchronously jet identical amounts of materials on the tray. This results in a perfectly even and smooth surface. Two different photopolymer materials are used for building: one for the actual model, and another gel-like material for support. The geometry of the support structure is preprogrammed to cope with complicated geometries, such as cavities, overhangs, undercuts, delicate features, and thin-walled sections. When the build is finished, a WaterJet easily removes the support material, leaving a smooth surface.
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PLA vs ABS | What's the Difference for 3D Printing?
To purchase 3D Printing materials for Stratasys and MakerBot 3D Printers visit: http://goo.gl/CpmzLY For more information on 3D printing or 3D scanning visit https://goo.gl/3eRdr6 If you have a 3D printer you know that there seems to be a divide with manufacturers recommending PLA and/or ABS for their systems. Some say they can print in both, and others recommend one over the other for optimal performance. In this video you will gain some insight into the key differences between ABS and PLA thermoplastics for 3D Printing. MAKERBOT PLA FILAMENT Safe for the classroom, office, or home, this filament is non-toxic and easy-to-print with minimal warping or curling. It's also the best, most consistent filament for the MakerBot Replicator+, MakerBot Replicator Mini+, and the previous Replicator models. MAKERBOT ABS FILAMENT More suitable for engineering and testing applications, this filament offers greater impact-resistance than PLA and can better withstand wear and tear. MakerBot ABS is the best most consistent filament for the MakerBot Replicator 2X Experimental 3D Printer. Contact Us: https://goo.gl/xYPbJS Follow us on Social! Twitter: https://goo.gl/SfAJe9 Facebook: https://goo.gl/Sx8cQH Instagram: https://goo.gl/04kJzM LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/YB9nsG
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TRUMPF Additive Manufacturing: TruPrint 3000 - Flexible solution for industrial 3D printing
Further information: https://www.trumpf.com/en_INT/products/machines-systems/3d-printing-systems/ Laser Metal Fusion for industrial production. The TruPrint 3000 is a universal medium-format machine with external part and powder management for the industrial production of complex metal parts using the laser metal fusion process. Because of its large build volume, it offers great flexibility in terms of size, part number and geometry of the respective application.
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SLA 3D Printing Explanation
SLA 3D Printing is one of the pioneering technologies in the 3D printing industry. It has been around since 1988 and continues to be one of the most tried and trusted methods of 3D printing and rapid prototyping. The SLA system utilizes an ultra violet laser directed onto a vat of photo-curable liquid resin. The laser is passed over the resin in specific patterns hardening the resin layer by layer until the prototype is completed. Once the printing process is completed the excess resin and support is washed away. The model is then placed in a UV oven for curing and finally it is hand finished. Applications: Excellent for high resolution applications with complex geometries. Fit and form testing Max Dimensions: 25" x 25" x 21" Layer Thickness: High Resolution - 0.002" - 0.004" Standard Resolution - 0.005" - 0.006" Material Options: Wide range of materials Finish Options: Standard Painted Lead Time: 3 - 5 days from order date
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Cloud Based 3D Printing from AstroPrint
Read more: http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/05/20/astroprint-offers-cloud-based-3d-printing/ Video Transcript: There’s an obvious demand for the ability to 3D print whatever you want from wherever you want, as numerous options for wireless, cloud 3D printing present themselves. Now, a new cloud-based 3D printing solution has launched on Kickstarter — and exceeded its goal in 24 hours — that hopes to be the best option on the market. AstroPrint is a combination hardware and software package that allows users to operate their 3D printer from their smart devices. Launched by the team behind 3D model repository 3Dagogo, AstroPrint comes in two parts. The AstroBox is a pcDuino V2 and pcDuino3S that connect to your 3D printer via USB and, in turn, connects your printer to the web. AstroPrint.com is a web platform that can slice, store and retrieve, organize and print your 3D files. AstroBox creates its own local wifi network so that, in the case that your internet goes down, your printer will keep going. Normally, AstroPrint.com will offer two membership packages. The Basic Plan is free and gets you 10Gb of storage to print from one printer over your local network. The Pro Plan will cost $10/month after the campaign and expands your data storage to 50Gb for unlimited printers to print via the cloud or your local network. Though the box will eventually retail for $149, you can purchase the AstroBox preassembled, with a Pro AstroPrint membership. By November, AstroPrint hopes to have fulfilled all of their backers. For those who don’t want to assemble their own wifi option for their 3D printer, the AstroBox appears to be a pretty affordable way to have one pre-made.
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ProJet 3000 Line of 3D Professional 3D Printers
The ProJet 3000 line of 3D printers prints precision, durable plastic parts ideal for functional testing, design communication, rapid manufacturing, rapid tooling and more. It features selectable resolution choices for speed and quality and several different material options.
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SinterIt prepares to launch a $5,000 SLS 3D printer
SinterIt prepares to launch a $5,000 SLS 3D printer# When it comes to additive manufacturing, the options for getting an object made have never been as vast as they are today. Between variables including cost, quality, resolution and speed, there’s a 3D printer (or 3D printing service) out there for seemingly everybody regardless of what the task at hand. However despite the increase in options over the years, some 3D printing methods are still only limited to larger industrial-sized machines that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars - and despite their popularity - haven’t been able to come down in price or convenience as soon as some might have hoped. Among them is Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology, a process in which a laser melts a powder material such as plastic or metal layer-by-layer to produce a three-dimensional object. Up until now, for most people, getting an object printed via SLS 3D printing meant either working for a company that used an SLS 3D printer already or resorting to a third-party 3D printing service such as Shapeways. Now, a new company that was founded by three ex-Google employees wants to bring the technology to small and medium-sized businesses for less than the price of two MakerBot Replicator II’s.
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3D Printing In Action
3D Printing offers new options. And it is fun too:)
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3-D Printing Slicers In Linux....Let's Print..
Here we have a look at some 3-D slicers that work well in Linux, and to be honest i have not found many that do not have a Linux D/L for us to use. A slicer is a program which lets us decompose our model (stl file) so we can print it, so you can use some free software to design your object, tinkercad being an example and then put it through your slicer ready for the big print...nice
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Viridis3D - Robotic Additive Manufacturing
Affordable 3D Printing of Sand Molds, Cores and More The Robotic Additive Manufacturing systems from EnvisionTEC and Viridis3D are the fastest, most flexible robotic 3D printing options in the foundry and 3D printing industries today. Learn more at http://www.enggtechnique.com/3D-Printers/robotic-additive-manufacturing/Viridis3D
Are 3D Systems Corporation Bears Capitulating?
Back in August, 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) was one of the most heavily shorted stocks on the market with about 26% of its shares outstanding being shorted. Since then, shares of the 3-D printing giant's short interest has declined by 42% ­ -- or to about 16% of shares outstanding. In other words, investor sentiment towards 3D Systems has been improving, which has helped shares double in value since August. If too many investors are bullish or bearish on a stock and sentiment reaches extreme levels, it could mean a reversal in sentiment is nearby and stock prices could follow suit. At the end of the day, tracking short interest can help investors determine overall sentiment and whether investors are being too extreme. In the following video, 3-D printing analyst Steve Heller discusses the decline in 3D Systems' short interest and what it could mean for the stock going forward. Investing made simple: The Motley Fool's essential guide to investing is now available to the public, free of cost, at http://bit.ly/1atRpHZ. This resource was designed to cover everything that new investors need to know to get started today. For your free copy, just click the link above. Visit us on the web at http://www.fool.com, home to the world's greatest investing community! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to The Motley Fool's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/TheMotleyFool Or, follow our Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+MotleyFool/posts Inside The Motley Fool: Check out our Culture Blog! http://culture.fool.com Join our Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/themotleyfool Follow The Motley Fool on Twitter: https://twitter.com/themotleyfool
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Carbon Fiber Nylon Review Part 1: The Strongest 3D Printing Material? | Isele Bros. 3D Printing
We review the printing characteristics of 3DX Tech carbon fiber reinforced nylon in part I of our CFR Nylon Review. Visit our hub at https://www.3dhubs.com/cincinnati/hub... and email us at [email protected] Email us and have your 3D print directly converted into an order by attaching a .stl file or .obj file at [email protected] Background music from www.bensound.com. Thanks for watching!
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3D Print design process in a nut shell
Welcome to my short version of the design and production process for a 3D printed part. I use Solidworks, Repetier Host and a BQ Prusa i3 3D printer Enjoy :) Update. This part is available for download from here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:831734
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3D Systems Corporation (DDD) Stock Chart Technical Analysis for 11-17-14
Join My Private Trading Team - http://claytrader.com/innercircle/ Learn to Use Charts - http://claytrader.com/training/ Learn how to read stock charts and identify technical patterns as ClayTrader does a quick stock chart review on 3D Systems Corporation (DDD). For more free videos and content from ClayTrader check out the links below. ClayTrader.com is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guidance Marketing, LLC. Guidance Marketing, LLC and its employees are not a Registered Investment Advisor, Broker Dealer or a member of any association for other research providers in any jurisdiction whatsoever and we are not qualified to give financial advice. Investing/trading in securities is highly speculative and carries an extremely high degree of risk.
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3D Printing, Protoypes & Production - Quickparts
Quickparts Solutions a division of 3D Systems, is another preferred American supplier of contract manufacturing services you will find only at a Design-2-Part trade show at http://www.d2p.com. Quickparts Solutions, 3D Systems' professional cloud-based 3D design-to-manufacturing service, is the world's leading provider of unique, low-volume and high-volume custom-designed parts. • Patented, instant online quoting technology for custom part procurement • Expertise in 3D design to manufacturing solutions • Unique and proven manufacturing services support 3DS' Quickparts team addresses the needs of a broad range of custom parts buyers. They offer services during the entire development of the product, from rapid prototyping & pre-production, to tooling & production. Prototyping / Pre-Production Quickparts Solutions is your single source for custom manufactured rapid prototypes to low-volume production plastic and metal parts. Quickparts Solutions offers Instant Online Quotes for the following rapid prototyping processes: Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering, ColorJet Printing, MultiJet Printing, QuickPlastic™ Cast Urethane, Plastic Jet Printing and Quickmetal™ Plaster Mold Casting. Production Quickparts Solutions provides production tooling and part options to help you move from the prototype to the final product. Quickparts allows you to cut weeks off of your product launch, helping you realize cost and time savings. They offer several services based on your project needs: QuickCut™ CNC, Quick Sheet Metal™, QuickMold™ Tooling, Injection Mold Tooling and Metal Die Casting. Investment Casting Patterns A popular application of 3D printing is for the process of investment casting. A casting pattern which is melted or burnt out, is used to create a mold for use in metal casting. Quickparts offers 3 different technologies so you can choose the option that is best for your application: QuickCast™ Patterns, ProJet™ Wax Patterns and Castform™ Patterns.
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Additive Manufacturing - Inkjet Printing Technology
Additive Manufacturing - Inkjet Printing Technology: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The additive fabrication technique of inkjet printing is based on the 2D printer technique of using a jet to deposit tiny drops of ink onto paper. In the additive process, the ink is replaced with thermoplastic and wax materials, which are held in a melted state. When printed, liquid drops of these materials instantly cool and solidify to form a layer of the part. For this reason, the process if often referred to as thermal phase change inkjet printing. Inkjet printing offers the advantages of excellent accuracy and surface finishes. However, the limitations include slow build speeds, few material options, and fragile parts. As a result, the most common application of inkjet printing is prototypes used for form and fit testing. Other applications include jewelry, medical devices, and high-precisions products. Several manufactures have developed different inkjet printing devices that use the basic technique described above. Inkjet printers from Solidscape Inc., such as the ModelMaker (MM), use a single jet for the build material and another jet for support material. The inkjet printing process, as implemented by Solidscape Inc., begins with the build material (thermoplastic) and support material (wax) being held in a melted state inside two heated reservoirs. These materials are each fed to an inkjet print head which moves in the X-Y plane and shoots tiny droplets to the required locations to form one layer of the part. Both the build material and support material instantly cool and solidify. After a layer has been completed, a milling head moves across the layer to smooth the surface. The particles resulting from this cutting operation are vacuumed away by the particle collector. The elevator then lowers the build platform and part so that the next layer can be built. After this process is repeated for each layer and the part is complete, the part can be removed and the wax support material can be melted away. Eng. Rami Khalil
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MAG iCreatum CNC Carving (Expandable Option)
MAG iCreatum a Full Factory on your Desktop CNC Carving (Expandable Option) Personalize your creation with MAG’s CNC Carving. MAG’s second interchangeable module is a high-speed CNC routing head that allows you to take your creativity to the next level. A Difficult Choice Made Easy 3D printers are amazing. Unfortunately, they used to be hulking, complicated, expensive, and with limited functions. We’ve been hearing about and experiencing the pain of setting up the difficult-to-use DIY 3D printer kit and being limited by the standard plug-and-play 3D printer. We are hoping to change that. So we came up with an idea: create an all-metal 3D printer, which is easy-to-use for beginners, expandable for makers, and truly affordable for everyone. That’s why we designed Mag Creator to be all-metal and all-in-one. With so many 3D printer options, it can be difficult to decide on the right model. Luckily, MAG Creator makes the choice easy by combining 3D printing, CNC carving, laser engraving, and more modular functions. It is the only 3D printer you will ever need – for work or at home. The Right Choice for Everyone Unlimited, elegant, and simple — MAG is the right choice for everyone because it is simple to set up, elegantly designed, and has an unlimited capacity for expansion. In addition to the basic FFF (fused filament fabrication) 3D printing, MAG is equipped with a built-in 3D System and supports an ever-increasing array of interchangeable modules. MAG is the everything 3D printer that grows with you— meeting not only your 3D printing needs today, but also of all your tomorrows. Unlimited all in one! With MAG’s modular design, customizing your MAG experience to meet your specific needs is a cinch. Modules come with effortless interchangeability–no tools needed. 3D Printing MAG’s 3D printer uses high-resolution stepper motors to print objects of stunning quality including a dual extruder,. The 3D printer comes with REAL auto-bed leveling that enables printing with precision at top speed while minimizing the risk of malfunction due to Calibration problems. You Don't need to think about calibrating your 3d printer anymore! Laser Engraving (Expandable Option) Personalize your creation with MAG’s laser engraver. MAG’s first interchangeable module is a 200mW laser head that allows you to take your creativity to the next level. CNC Carving (Expandable Option) Personalize your creation with MAG’s CNC Carving. MAG’s second interchangeable module is a high-speed CNC routing head that allows you to take your creativity to the next level. Magic Plotter (Expandable Option) Personalize your creation with MAG’s Magic Plotter. MAG’s third interchangeable module is a Plotter head that allows you to take your creativity to the next level. And MORE! The laser engraving module, CNC carving, Plotter are only the beginning. Many other modules are under development, a ceramics extruder, and a pastry extruder (for chocolate, jam, and many other edibles). MAG has an open module SDK. Besides developing our own new modules, we have also invited other talented engineers to create more modules and to share their ideas with the user community. We are collaborating with several promising startups to develop innovative tool heads for special materials and applications! Perfect for Any Setting MAG is extremely compact. Unruly wires are hidden from sight. Its elegant look fits any setting or decor. It is small enough to blend in with your living space but large enough to satisfy your creativity. Simple Setup Go from unboxing to printing in just a few minutes. MAG is built with several easy-to-assemble modular components. When MAG needs repair, just replace specific parts instead of the entire machine. MAG was built from scratch. We gathered the team and each member wrote down all the functions and capabilities we wanted in MAG. Some were attainable while some were just fantasy, but that’s where our dream started. We took the best parts of open source designs and infused them with our own ideas. Our dream took shape with the interchangeable modules, and seamless integration of software and hardware. We have been through 4 different prototype versions and built over 50 working units of many different 3d printers design. We showcased our creation at Rome Maker Fair. We are now ready to take the next step of mass production. MAG 3D Systems Imagine, YOU can Create a Better 3D Reality! Here and Now! Yours Malak Ghorghi
Views: 146 MAG iCreatum
Cube 3D Printer - Printing a Complex Mat Art Vase
This video explores printing complex objects on the Cube 3D printer. It was first tested to see how far it would gt with no support materials; but, the design created too great a gap to be successful. The second try was with support and the print completed successfully. Some minor layer warping is exhibited. The object is available for download at: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23836
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XYZ-Printing - Da Vinci Mini W : 3D Printer for Beginners! - REVIEW
With wireless connectivity to your home network, the da Vinci Mini, by XYZPrinting is a great beginner unit for those looking to take their first step into 3D Printing. The Da Vinci Mini filaments are made using PLA plastics derived from corn starch, making them biodegradable and non-toxic. XYZprinting filaments are tested extensively and are guaranteed to be DEHP-free and heavy-metal free. This filament is safe for the environment, and your home! Purchase from 'reichelt', where many electronic items are almost 20% cheaper then anywhere else in the UK! http://www.reichelt.com/3D-Printer/DA-VINCI-MINI-W/3/index.html?ACTION=3&LA=446&ARTICLE=182710&GROUPID=7354&artnr=DA+VINCI+MINI+W&SEARCH=da%2Bvinci%2Bmini Or purchase from Amazon direct!! Amazon Links: US - http://amzn.to/2gsLNMs UK - http://amzn.to/2g3MLOi Twitter - https://twitter.com/IftisTechCorner Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/iftibashir/ GoPro Reviews, Tips & Tricks! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE5C176859DE6BC92 DJI Quadcopters and Camera Gear: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkAeX8W01U1j9Yt1B5L2FJJpCEpA-8gDr Non-GoPro Action Camera Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkAeX8W01U1ikJ4i35DhuqrLLzI7UYNEk Action Camera Accessory reviews! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkAeX8W01U1i6A7Qr4nzYhZhBoVRZvgv9 Smartphones/Tablets & Apple Stuff: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE259065D8C16E1C6 Drives/Storage - NAS and DAS systems: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCEDEB6BDBCD223BA Take a sneak peak at what we’re working on to bring you, or just interact with us! Twitter - https://twitter.com/IftisTechCorner Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/iftibashir/
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3D Systems Geomagic 2014 Overview
3D Systems is proud to announce the 2014 release of its new, comprehensive reverse engineering, inspection, design and 3D modeling software line. The 2014 line of engineering software reinvents the engineer's desktop by providing the industry's most accurate and comprehensive precision engineering capabilities. 3D Systems is the only company that provides an advanced and complete set of integrated software that covers every stage of the scan-design-inspect-print workflow.
Views: 4719 Geomagic Freeform
Understanding SOLIDWORKS Settings and Templates
Whether getting started with SOLIDWORKS or establishing company standards this video will introduce you to all of the concepts you need to understand as a SOLIDWORKS power-user or administrator. Understand how to set and share system options, create templates and sheet formats to make the most of your custom properties, and customize your work environment for maximum efficiency. If you have to build or modify templates or you keep losing your settings after each upgrade then this video is for you! About MLC CAD Systems: MLC CAD Systems offers real-world, hands-on expertise in implementing the full suite of MASTERCAM and SOLIDWORKS software products, and 3D Systems' and Markforged 3D printing technologies. In addition, MLC CAD Systems provides MASTERCAM and SOLIDWORKS training and support, and 3D printer support and repair, and installation services. https://www.facebook.com/mlccadsystems/ https://twitter.com/mlccadsystems https://www.linkedin.com/company/mlc-cad-systems/ https://www.mlc-cad.com/
Views: 697 MLC CAD Systems
3D Printer Stopped Working!
My RepRapPro Omerod 2 3D printer has stopped working again - after it accidentally heated up too much when the firmware crashed. I don't think there is much wrong with it - probably just needs a Z axis recalibration but I also discuss other options in this video.
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Kickstarter Video — David: The Next Step in 3D Printing
Get notified when David is available for Pre-Order! : http://eepurl.com/3EUkP --- Sculptify is an American desktop 3D printer manufacturer headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The company has developed a new method for 3D printing, which allows customers to print with nearly limitless material options. This method, combined with high-precision components, allows Sculptify to deliver a premium desktop 3D printer, specifically designed for personal use. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Sculptify3D Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sculptify Music in this video is used under license from the rights holder.
Views: 2074 Sculptify
3D Printed Aluminum: Introducing Our New 3D Printing Material
3D printed aluminum, our latest 3D printing material, is known to be great for producing strong, light and precise end-use metal parts. Learn more: https://i.materialise.com/blog/3d-printed-aluminum/ 3D printed aluminum looks somewhat more matte and features slightly rougher surfaces than traditionally milled aluminum. Aluminum can be used a variety of objects including functional parts, spare parts and jewelry. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/i.materialise Twitter: https://twitter.com/imaterialise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imaterialise
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Continuous Carbon Fiber 3D Printer Unveiled at SolidWorks World
Read more: http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/01/29/continuous-carbon-fiber-3d-printer-unveiled-solidworks-world/ Transcript: MarkForged unveiled its Mark One carbon fiber 3D printer at the SolidWorks World event last week, displaying a machine that almost seamlessly prints parts encased in nylon and filled with carbon fiber, via a process called Continuous Filament Fabrication. Two different filaments fed from two different spools into two extruder heads lays down a long, continuous carbon fiber infill. According to the company the prints can achieve a stiffness of 20x that of ABS and 5x stronger. MarkForged, started by Gregory Mark, is a spin-off of Aeromotions, a manufacturer of computer-controlled racecar wings. Though carbon fiber is strong and lightweight, carbon reinforced parts could previously be obtained mostly through CNC milling, which is a costly and labor-intensive process. Without other options in the 3D printing market, Mark was led to develop the Mark One. This new process allows him to print parts with a higher strength-to-weight ratio than aluminium. Because the printer is a dual-extruder machine, it can also print other materials, as well, such as the company's own PLA, nylon, and, even, fiberglass filaments for fiberglass reinforced parts. The machine has a build volume of 12″ x 6.25″ x 6.25″, modelled after the long-axis CNC machines.
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The Environmental Impact of 3D Printing
3D printing allows for cheaper and quicker production of complex and novel items. The technology has been used by industry to build prototypes and specialized parts since the 1980s, but interest in desktop applications of the technology has increased in recent years as the price for the machines has dropped. Proponents of the technology often cite the environmental benefits of 3D printing, though fundamental questions remain: What technologies are involved in 3D printing? How efficient are these technologies in the use of materials and energy? Does the design of printed objects reduce end-of-life options? Does more localized production reduce the carbon footprint? Will simplicity and ubiquity cause us to overprint things, just as we do with paper? Robert L. Olson explored some of these questions in his article "3D Printing: A Boon or a Bane?" in the November/December 2013 issue of the Environmental Forum. The article discusses the enormous potential of 3D printing and examines the paucity of research on the environmental impacts of the technology. This event is being consponsored by the Environmental Law Institute, publisher of the Environmental Forum, and the Wilson Center's Environmental Change & Security Program.
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