Digiteyezer - Home Formlabs Form1 VeryCool Build A last minute note to direct people to the other page where I showed building the NEW hot-end for this printer. Other than that, this project is finished. — COMPLETE — I solved my problems of the plastic not sticking to the table by a light cleaning of the table top with fingernail polish remover. What is available here now is not acetone as it used to be. It is mostly alcohol. :-) See also my page on making an all-metal hot-end for your 3D printer, which goes along with this page: After several people engaging in much chatting on the Shout Box about making 3D printers, I was finally hooked and decided to start on one myself. Despite all the hassles you may run into, remember the words of Winston Churchill when he said to "─never, ever, ever give up." The first point I want to make is that I am happy with the printed parts deal I got to start this project off. I needed stepper motors of the NEMA17 type. My motors
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Deezmaker | 3D Printing Fun Fini le proto, vive la fabrication directe ! Les équipements de prototypage rapide sont de plus en plus prisés pour produire des pièces de série. Ils seront les machines-outils de demain, au moins pour la fabrication des pièces de géométries complexes. Les industriels confrontés à la fabrication des pièces biscornues doivent s'attendre à un bouleversement de leur métier. Pour Benoît Verquin, spécialiste au Centre technique des industries mécaniques (Cetim), pas de doute : « La fabrication directe connaît actuellement un essor considérable ». D'autres secteurs s'y intéressent. « La fabrication directe séduit l'aéronautique, qui utilise des pièces à forte valeur ajoutée, fabriquées dans des matériaux onéreux et dont la mise en forme nécessite des usinages coûteux », indique Didier Boisselier, responsable technique à l'Irepa Laser, un centre technologique installé à Illkirch (Bas-Rhin). L'opération de réparation se déroule en trois étapes : préusinage de la partie à réparer, chargement laser et usinage final.
Mataerial 3D Refiner by 3Dprintsexpress.com by Ross Yeager ******NOTE: For INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING, please refer to FAQ section at bottom****** *** Click the Picture below for a enlarged version hosted at 3dprintsexpress.com *** We are two masters of engineering students at UC Berkeley in their last year and avid 3D printers (almost obssesed... we're always looking for an excuse to use 3D printing in a class). We figured why not 3D print at the lowest resolution and with the highest speed... you get the print in a fraction of the time, but they looked horrible and the plastic layers were very prominent. So we tried different methods to improve the prints finish and still save a ton of time. As a side note, if your interested in the 3D Refiner then check out the RigidBot 3D Printer, together these two products are the perfect combination for any 3D printing enthusiasts or hobbyists, see it here: Thank you for all your support, we are truly grateful!