First Look at the MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner The MakerBot Digitizer, a 3D scanner, is a cool and highly useful accessory for any designer or hobbyist who has a 3D printer. I was on hand at MakerBot Industries' Brooklyn headquarters for the first press demo of the company's Digitizer 3D scanner. Following a talk by MakerBot's CEO, Bre Pettis, we were given a demonstration of the scanner in action. It appears to be simple to operate, and capable of good-quality scans. My first impression is that it should be a great tool for anyone who owns a 3D printer and wants to scan objects for printing. MakerBot Industries, founded in 2009, has made its name by developing 3D printers for hobbyists and professionals. The company wanted to build a 3D scanner to go along with its 3D printers. The Digitizer, which can scan objects up to 8 inches across and 8 inches tall, takes 12 minutes to scan an object to a digital file. The MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner is scheduled to go on sale in October, for $1,400.
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MakerScanner - open source 3d scanning Kossel Clear - Let's build a full sized delta 3D printer! by Blue Eagle Labs Update: We reached our stretch goal! Please check our updates tab for more information. We are Blue Eagle Labs and we are HUGE fans of 3D printers. For the past 6 months, we have been working on our rendition of the delta printer, the Kossel Clear. The Kossel Clear will be a popular, viable, and mainstream delta printer alternative for 3D printer fans. We have designed our printer with the first-time builder in mind. The Kossel Clear offers the following main advantages: Complete Build Documentation: For the 1st time builder, making your own delta 3D printer might seem to be a daunting task due to the vast amount of information that needs to be gathered. 1. 2. 3. Our Kossel Clear is a delta type 3D printer that uses 3 stepper motors to control the kinematically linked effector for movement in the x,y,z axis. Design Highlights Auto Calibration: Thanks to Johann Rocholl's auto calibration routine, builders will now have a lot less on their minds. Acrylic Rods/Arms: Measure twice, cut once?
Objet 3D Printer Solutions for Rapid Prototyping My first Marvin... | Maker Tale | 3D Hubs Talk So I've just joined 3D Hubs and printed my first Marvin! He is such a cute little fellow, and I wanted to make sure that he would look the best he could on my keyring. I am a jewellery designer, so I am quite used to working on a small scale, even in 3D printing. I used my Ultimaker Original +, which I finished building at the beginning of January. Since then I have been printing a lot, trying to tweak the settings for the organic and cellular shapes I usually print. Layer Height: 0.1mm Shell Thickness: 0.4mm Retraction: enabled Bottom/Top Thickness: 0.6mm Fill: 0% Print Speed: 20mm/s Temp: 210C Bed Temp: 70C Filament Dia: 2.85 Flow: 100% No Support or Adhesion I also enabled combing and set the z-hop at 0.075 I used Faberdashery PLA filament in 'Electric Blue' for this print, which took 28 minutes in total.
DIY 3D scanner Cool. Splinescan used to have something like that as well, sans flash. I'm not sure about the technical details, but ? He may be open to approaches from people who are up for coding it or who want to play around in the splinescan source to see how things work, dunno. Once he hits a major release, I expect he may open up to co-developers who can add sexy/important features like David-scan has. I reallly want to install things like the flash thing, only without the server imploading. I'm lining up a test server to install a virgin mediawiki and phorum install on in order to test out stuff like this without rolling out unknown code on a primary server. I think it will be nice to support patch fuctionality, so that users can upload 'patches' to Darwin, Mendel, post-Mendel (Eiffel?) Patches would be clearly and politely labeled as such, and we'd manually check them into the master release after user/dev testing.
3D printing with a delta robot that seems to simplify the concept This 3d printing delta robot really seems to solve a lot of the hurdles faced by previous offerings. With other delta printers we’ve looked at the motor control of the three arms is usually a it complicated. On this build the motors can just be seen in this image at each corner under the build platform. It’s also interesting to note that the printer head doesn’t have a motor mounted on it for feeding the filament. After the break you can catch a clip of the team showing off the speed and dexterity of the delta bot, followed by a printing demo. [Thanks Kyle]
The Buccaneer - Pirate 3D Wound Up - Coffee Filled Filament - 3Dom USA Wound Up™ is a coffee filled 3D printing filament made using waste byproducts from coffee. Wound Up™ uses those coffee left-overs to create a special 3D printing material with visibly unique print finishes. The filament produces products with a rich brown color and a noticeable natural grain. Now a cup printed with Wound Up™ is a true “coffee cup.” This is the first in a line of intriguing materials from 3Dom USA called the c2renew Composites. Wound Up™ filament can be printed on any machine capable of printing with PLA using standard PLA settings. Quality: All 3Dom USA 3D printer filament is manufactured in our own production facility located in Fargo, North Dakota. Diameter Tolerance: Variable diameter can cause big problems in your 3D printer. Packing Information: A full 1kg (2.2lbs) of Wound Up™ coffee based 3D printer filament arrives on the Eco-Spool™ plastic reel and is vacuum sealed with a desiccant packet to keep out any moisture.