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3D modeling is an excellent way to exercise creativity while keeping in touch with your technical side. 3D models are necessary if you want to print 3D objects (which can solve a few annoying life problems), create your own 3D games, or make machinima films. But a common question is, “Which program is best for 3D modeling and animation?” Learning Maya is smart if you plan to go professional, but with prices starting at $123 per month (or $3675 for a perpetual license), it’s quite cost-prohibitive. Easy 3D modeling programs exist, like Sculptris, but we highly recommend Blender if you need free 3D modeling software. 3D modeling isn’t easy to pick up, though, so here are some of the best online newbie courses for Blender that won’t cost you a penny. 1. The Blender Beginners series by ZoyncTV is slightly outdated (it’s based on Blender 2.6) but a lot of what you’ll learn is applicable to the current version of Blender. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Content is available in both video form and PDF form. 7. Getting Started with Blender: 7 Fantastic Tutorials for Newbies Getting Started with Blender: 7 Fantastic Tutorials for Newbies
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The European Space Agency (ESA) is currently exploring the possibility of establishing a permanent lunar base with the aid of 3D printing technology. The space agency and Foster + Partners, the London-based architecture firm that worked closely with the agency in the exploration of the project, have released a video outlining how they envision a future mission to construct a moonbase may unfold. Whilst the idea of a frontier settlement on Mars has captured the imagination of the general public, establishing a base on the Moon would be a much more attainable prospect and could even serve as a proving ground for a mission to the Red Planet. For mankind to establish a permanent outpost beyond low-Earth orbit, certain safeguards are required to protect us from the harsh conditions that prevail beyond the defensive shield of our planet's atmosphere. The process of transforming the "lunar" material into a usable building block began by mixing the basaltic rock with magnesium oxide. Source: ESA ESA explores the concept of a 3D-printed moonbase ESA explores the concept of a 3D-printed moonbase
Following our recent report of a Chinese company printing 10 houses in a day, the potential for architects to essentially click-and-print complex large-scale projects on a regular basis has moved a step closer to reality. This week, the UK's Loughborough University announced a deal with construction company Skanska and architecture firm Foster + Partners to develop and commercialize 3D concrete printing. View all The researchers at Loughborough's School of Civil and Building Engineering have been developing 3D concrete printing technology with a view to commercialization for seven years now, and have refined their technique to a system that comprises a gantry and robotic arm – the latter now in its second generation of development. Much like Andrey Rudenko's 3D concrete printer, Loughborough's device extrudes cement-based mortar under very precise computer control into layers, in order to create building components, which are then joined together. Sources: Skanksa, Loughborough University Loughborough University researchers unveil plans to commercialize 3D concrete printing Loughborough University researchers unveil plans to commercialize 3D concrete printing
These buildings were created with a 3D printer It might not exactly sound appealing to live in, but a Chinese company has constructed two buildings using a 3D printer that recycles industrial waste to form new building material. Shanghai-based Winsun has been showing off the two neighboring projects, one an 1100-square-meter villa, the other a 6-story residential block, in the Chinese city of Suzhou. The residential block is the world’s tallest 3D-printed building, according to the company. It took Winsun a day to print out one level of the residential block, and then five more to put the level together. Michael Kan Winsun was founded in 2002, and specializes in 3D printers designed for construction. The company’s printers are 6.6 meters tall, and work by secreting layers of construction material on top each other to form densely packed building blocks. Winsun is promoting the printers as an environmentally friendly technology, given that the ink can be made from recycled building materials. These buildings were created with a 3D printer
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Open 3ds Max. Go to Standard Primitives and create a ground plane with box. Create a pillar with box. Create a ball with sphere and put it in front of the pillar. Turn on Auto Key button. Go to the tenth frame and drag the ball through the pillar. Go to www.scriptspot.com and download Fracture Voronoi script. Save the script in the 3ds Max Scripts folder. In 3ds Max, go to Max Script > Run Script. It opens the Choose Editor file window. It opens the Fracture Voronoi script window. I have set the Nb parts as 10 since I want the pillar to be broken into ten different chunks. I have selected the Uniform color option as I want all the chunks in a same color. Click on Break in 10 button. You can further break each broken piece into several more chunks. Go to Customize > Show UI > Show Floating Toolbar. It opens all floating toolbars. Drag and dock the MassFx Toolbar to the left side of the screen. Select all pillar chunks and apply MassFx Rigid Body modifier onto them. Click on MassFx Tools icon. Breaking Objects With MassFx in 3ds Max Breaking Objects With MassFx in 3ds Max
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Using 3D Printers To Generate Villages Of Houses Rome wasn't built in a day, but a village of 10 houses created out of 3D printed concrete parts has been constructed in just one day in Shanghai, China. And the even better news? Each one only cost around $5000. Oh, and they’re partly made out of recycled waste, too. The company that built the structures, WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co, spent years perfecting the system which allowed them to achieve this impressive feat. The material used to construct the parts is a mixture of high grade cement, recycled construction waste and industrial waste, which is then reinforced with glass fibers. The software used to design the parts also allows for the addition of things like plumbing and windows which can be added on after the building is erected. Although these buildings may not look like your traditional three bedroom home, they are hoped to provide a rapid and inexpensive housing solution for poverty-stricken or displaced individuals and families. Images via 3ders.org Using 3D Printers To Generate Villages Of Houses
A 3-D Printed House? A 3-D Printed House? Well, this may well be the coolest video you see today. It’s a TEDx talk from a fellow named Behrokh Khoshnevis, who is a professor of engineering at USC, where he directs something called the Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies. CRAFT has stated as its grand challenge “building a custom-designed house in a day while drastically reducing the costs, injuries, waste and environmental impact associated with traditional construction techniques.” But don’t listen to me–listen to the guy who’s trying to make it a reality. And if you’re really pressed for time, let me call out some of the most exciting things the professor says here, with a few little glosses of my own. “The building is built layer by layer,” he says, adding that “in the process lots of things can be done including automatic reinforcement, automatic plumbing…” In other words, you get a full house, not some sort of ramshackle Potemkin village-style façade. Bur wait? What do you think?
WASP's Revolutionary Delta Printer 3D Prints Structurally Sound Homes from Clay WASP's Revolutionary Delta Printer 3D Prints Structurally Sound Homes from Clay Italy’s WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) aims to help the world’s impoverished by 3D-printing sustainable dwellings using all natural materials. Unveiled at the Maker Faire Rome, the portable 3D printer called the Delta can be transported to areas in need to print homes on site. The printer works with locally-sourced materials like mud and fiber to create structurally sound homes with a culturally-sensitive, vernacular aesthetic. Unlike other 3D printing companies, WASP has turned its attention to natural and local materials, rather than quick printing plastics, to create healthy new homes. Their new home-printer is a tall three-armed machine, which is held together with lightweight ratcheting straps and can be assembled in two hours. When disassembled, it can easily be transported in a vehicle, enabling it to travel from place to place with ease. Related: The World’s First 3D Printed Room is a Mind-Boggling Baroque Interior Via Phys.org
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Prusa I3 Fine Calibration & Software part 3 - TrustFm SECTION 7 - Fine Calibration & Software - Page 3 Section 1 - Wooden frame : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 2 - Y Axis : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 3 - X-Z axis : part 1 - part 2 Section 4 - Extruder : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 5 - Electronics : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 6 - Coarse Calibration & Software : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 7 - Fine Calibration & Software : part 1 - part 2 - [[ part 3 ]] Section 8 - Extras : part 1 - part 2 - part 3 Section 9 - Maintenance & Modding : part 1 - part 2 In this page we will see the Cura slicer. Cura can be used as a host like Repetier-Host but i prefer using it only as a slicer. You can drag and drop your stl file and then from "File" > "Save GCode" you can generate your gcode file. Let's start configuring Cura for our machine. Esteps per 1 mm filament 0 Amount of steps per mm filament extrusion. Communication settings : Serial port : AUTO Baudrate : AUTO Prusa I3 Fine Calibration & Software part 3 - TrustFm
Print Quality Troubleshooting Guide This guide is a great place to start if you are trying to improve the quality of your 3D printed parts. We have compiled an extensive list of the most common 3D printing issues along with the software settings that you can use to solve them. Best of all, the guide uses a large collection of real-world images to make each issue easy to identify when examining your own 3D printed parts. So let’s get started! Thumbnail Overview Use the thumbnails below to identify the picture that most closely represents the quality issue that you are seeing in your own 3D printed parts. List View Each issue will now be listed one-by-one with details about what causes the problem and instructions for troubleshooting it. Not Extruding at Start of Print This issue is a very common one for new 3D printer owners, but thankfully, it is also very easy to resolve! Extruder was not primed before beginning the print Nozzle starts too close to the bed The extruder is clogged Print Quality Troubleshooting Guide | Simplify3D
Simplify3D User Forum • View topic - Tip of the Day 8- Scripts tab, G-Code Introduction:The scripts tab is a really powerful tool in the FFF settings window. This allows you to set Starting Scripts, set G-Code for every Tool Change, set G-Code for every Layer Change and set G-Code for the end of your print! If you're intimidated by G-Code, it's actually a lot easier than it looks, a great way of learning and testing is to use the Communications tab over USB connection and send your printer a line of G-Code at a time to see the responses. Basics of G-Code:G-Code is read line by line, the printer will accomplish one line of G-Code, then move on to the next. G28; home all axisG1 X100 Y100 Z100 F3600; Move to X100, Y100, Z100 at 3600 mm/min (G-Code is natively in mm/min) The link below is extremely useful, a glossary of G-Code commands for RepRap style Scripts Tab: Starting G-Code: This is the G-Code that will be ran after heating up but before your print. [previous_Z_position][current_Z_position] Tool Change G-Code: Ending G-Code:
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> Components>Plastic Parts>Moulded parts for Prusa i3 Rework View larger Moulded parts for Prusa i3 Rework New product Note that all parts are now moulded in black ABS, only the optional Wade Extruder Body is 3D printed. 500 Items Add to wishlist Volume discounts More info X CarriageX End IdlerX End MotorY Belt HolderY MotorY CornerY IdlerZ Axis Top LeftZ Axis Top RightEndstop Z HolderZ Axis Bottom LeftZ Axis Bottom RightArduino WasherFan DuctWade Big GearWade Extruder Body (optional)Wade Small GearExtruder Idler Reviews No customer reviews for the moment. Moulded parts for Prusa i3 Rework
The #1 ranked 3D printer is now better than ever! The Duplicator i3 V2.1 is based on the revolutionary work of reprap core developer Josef Průša (Prusa). Wanhao is proud to introduce an entry-level 3D printer designed for customers who want to begin 3D printing without having to build a kit. This is a pre-assembled steel frame Prusa i3...the best-selling reprap in 3D printing! Better features than machines 3 times the price... The MK10 hotend is all-metal with the exception of the industrial-grade PTFE insert and allows temps up to 260°C. Extra-long 45mm LM8UU bearings guide the extruder assembly for better lateral tracking. The Z-Axis endstop switch comes secured to a height-adjustable bracket allowing the freedom to choose between any of your favorite build plates. Software Freedom... 5 years of feedback has proven that users want the freedom to choose their 3D printing software based on the CAD programs they use every day. Printer Specifications: Date: 11/01/2015 Date: 4/25/2016 Duplicator I3 V2.1 - Steel Frame – Wanhao USA
Prusa i3 Release status: working Specifications Main improvements The following is a list of the main improvements made upon the Prusa Mendel Iteration 2 Enhanced frame rigidity (prevents x-axis backlash) Easy assembly Parametric files for multiple sizes/bearings or bushings Development The development of the Prusa Mendel is hosted on github: History Prusa i2 (November 2011) On 11-11-11, the Prusa i2 is announced on the reprap blog. Prusa i3 (May 2012) The first commit to the Prusa3 GitHub repository. "Final refactoring complete" (September 3 2012) Josef Prusa: "Final refactoring complete." There were many commits the following months, evidencing the continuous development process. The rate of commits dropped rapidly after August 2013. However, that is not the end of the Prusa i3 development. Original development moved to Vanilla (January 2014) Prusa moved the original development to "vanilla repository" on Github in January of 2014. Variants Printed Parts Frame type Prusa i3
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