3D Répertoire d'impression The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low-Overhead Manifesto - Kevin A. Carson Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer (Technology in Action) - Patrick Hood-Daniel & James Floyd Kelly Beginning Google Sketchup for 3D Printing (Expert's Voice in 3D Printing) - Sandeep Singh 3D Printing: High-impact Emerging Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors - Kevin Roebuck Getting Started with MakerBot - Bre Pettis, MakerBlock User's Guide to Rapid Prototyping - Todd Grimm Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing - Ian Gibson, David W. Making Things Move DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists - Dustyn Roberts Build Your Own CNC Machine (Technology in Action) - Patrick Hood-Daniel Blender 3D 2.49 Incredible Machines - Allan Brito Blender Foundations: The Essential Guide to Learning Blender 2.6 - Roland Hess SolidWorks 2011 Assemblies Bible - Matt Lombard
3D printing parts with overhangs using new dissolvable support material Feb.28, 2013 ABS and PLA filaments have been used in 3D printing community for quite a long time. Some people have been testing other types of filaments, such as Laywood, Nylon or HIPS filament. HIPS stands for High Impact Polystyrene and is one of the most produced polymers worldwide. It is a flexible product widely used in the food packaging industry because of its strength, hygiene, and ability to retain heat. HIPS filament is extruded from High Impact Polystyrene. When printing with an FDM 3D printer, such as a Makerbot or RepRap, you run into problems when printing objects that have large overhangs or bridges within your model. Earlier last year Thingiverse user Tony Buser has printed a model uses polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as a support material. 3DPPVD discovered the HIPS filament can be a new dissolvable support material. (Images credit: 3dppvd.org) I made my prints with a Makerbot Replicator 1 with two extruders. Thanks to Ken Cassetti for the tip! 本站所有文章版权归3ders.org所有，未经许可不得翻译或转载。
Blender Open Material Repository - download blender materials/shaders for free! 3D Printing Basics | Beginner's guide | 3D printers Table of contents: 1. What is 3D printing? 3D printing is also known as desktop fabrication or additive manufacturing. 2. 3D printing technologies There are several different 3D printing technologies. SLS (selective laser sintering), FDM (fused deposition modeling) & SLA (stereolithograhpy) are the most widely used technologies for 3D printing. This video describes how laser-sintering processes melt fine powders, bit by bit, into 3D shapes. This video shows how FDM works. The video below explains the process of Stereolithography (SLA). Generally, the main considerations are speed, cost of the printed prototype, cost of the 3D printer, choice and cost of materials and color capabilities. 3. October 5, 2011 - Roland DG Corporation introduced the new iModela iM-01. Sep, 2011 - Vienna University of Technology, a smaller, lighter and cheaper printing device has now been developed. This smallest 3D printer weighs 1.5 kilograms, it costs around 1200 Euros. Read more.. 4. 3D printing applications 5. 6.
We Alone on Earth premier magasin de l'imprimante 3D de l'Allemagne à ouvrir en Septembre | Imprimante 3D Nouvelles & Impression 3D Nouvelles Aug.20, 2013 3D Printer Shop iGo3D in Germany announced that first specialised local store for 3D printing will have its grand opening in Oldenburg on 7th of September. The store has a size of about 130 square meters and 3D printers from Ultimaker, Builder, Witbox, 3D Systems, Leapfrog and Felix will be displayed in the store. There will also be an opportunity for young developers and FabLabs to showcase newly developed products in the local store in order to get the first feedback from potential customers. iGo3D offers the largest selection of 3D printers and filaments in the "Trusted Shops" certified online shops in Germany. In the coming months, iGo3D will add more products to its selection including more 3D scanners. The opening ceremony of Germany's first 3D printing store will take place on 7th of September at 2pm in the City Center of Oldenburg (CCO).
3Delivered - 3D Printing Free Textures and ZBrush Brushes ZBrush Brushes Set 1 We have 138 brushes to use with ZBrush, completely free! Simply click on the brush you wish to download and save it to your computer. Import them into ZBrush, or open the brush up in Photoshop in which you can actually drag the texture layer around to find a better area of texture or to save several brushes with the same type of texture but still slightly different. Download Set One: Click here to DOWNLOAD all the .PSD and .JPG files at once. 24mb (.ZIP) Set Two: Click here to view set two Set Three: Click here to view set three Please help us keep this site free and show your continued support by donating if you can, we'd appreciate very much!