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          Facebook says removing content on 3D printing of guns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook Inc is removing content related to instructions on 3D printing of firearms, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as debate around access to gun in the United States intensifies.

          3D Printer (Lewisville) (SpreadMyAd) $2,500      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Tazbot 3D Printer with duel extrusion head, eliment, 360 scanner, controller, everything you need to make whatever you want. I have almost 5k invested. Will take 2500.00 FIRM!!! I have used for only 1 hour. Too busy and have to move only reason Im ...

          Facebook says removing content on 3D printing of guns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook Inc is removing content related to instructions on 3D printing of firearms, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as debate around access to gun in the United States intensifies.

          Facebook says removing content on 3D printing of guns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook Inc is removing content related to instructions on 3D printing of firearms, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as debate around access to gun in the United States intensifies.

           Entrepreneur on his fight to share 3D printed gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Last week, a federal judge temporarily stopped him from putting gun blueprints online -- the latest chapter in an ongoing battle with the federal government.
          Rogers architect wins NASA competition to design housing structures for Mars       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Rogers architect has won a NASA competition to build habitable homes for Mars using 3D printing.
          The Innovia Foundation grants $15,000 to Whitman County Library, expanding technology instruction countywide      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Technology learning is expanding across Whitman County thanks to a recent grant award of $15,000 from The Innovia Foundation, formerly known as Inland Northwest Community Foundation. The Foundation granted the funds to Whitman County Library (WCL) for the purchase of technology equipment and the expansion of programs for all ages in branch libraries, local schools and various locations served by the library district.

 Last year, WCL averaged 50 STEM programs every week serving thousands of participants. These ranged from assisting people with downloading free ebooks to teaching software coding in school classrooms. Unfortunately, the library did not have enough equipment or staffing to meet the public’s demands. Innovia has plugged the funding gap, allowing for increased programming in the coming year.

Grant funds are being used to purchase a variety of equipment including a 3D printer, Makey Makey kits, K’NEX Engineering kits, and Little Bits circuit sets. Most exciting is that current staffing will be increased for the coming year allowing for more classes and individual assistance to be provided countywide.
 
Since 1974, Innovia has granted more than $42 million dollars to our 20-county region with a mission of fostering vibrant and sustainable communities. Included in these efforts was support for library renovation projects in Endicott, Colfax and Uniontown.


If you reside within Whitman County Library District and are interested in library technology classes or simply need one-on-one assistance with your technology questions, contact James or Nichole at 509-397-4366 for more information.


          How to split a 3D model in 3D Builder      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Splitting models is one of the easiest ways to get good prints. There is a big difference between a 3D model and a 3D model designed for 3D printing. 3D printing a model requires a lot of specific parameters on the model to be exact for the print to succeed. For example, too big an overhang on a print will cause the printer to try and print in midair making it look stringy or may just collapse the model unless you use supports. By using supports, however, you can scar the surface of the print which you will then need to sand away before the print looks good. So whats the answer? Ideally, you want to be able to minimize the overhangs and supports on the model before you actually print it, and that's where splitting comes in. Using the split function in 3D builder you can slice a model into a number of smaller parts along certain planes or axis to reduce the need for support or to eliminate overhangs. In this How-To we will be using this model of a Rocketship made by hayling99 on ...
          Why 3D Systems Corporation's Shares Plunged in July and Popped in August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Why 3D Systems Corporation's Shares Plunged in July and Popped in AugustIt's been a wild ride for this 3D printer stock.



          E636: Pioneers of space tech & 3D printing: Planet Lab’s Will Marshall & Carbon3D’s Joe DeSimone at LAUNCH Festival      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Rogers architect wins NASA competition to design housing structures for Mars      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Rogers architect has won a NASA competition to build habitable homes for Mars using 3D printing. - Source: www.nwaonline.com
          Arkansas architect wins NASA competition to design housing structures for Mars      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
An Arkansas architect has won a NASA competition to build habitable homes for Mars using 3D printing. - Source: www.arkansasonline.com
          Why 3D Systems Corporation's Shares Plunged in July and Popped in August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What happened Shares of 3D printer manufacturer 3D Systems Corporation NYSE DDD fell 11 9 in July according to data provided by S amp P Global Market Intelligence as sentiment surrounding the company fell before earnings But shares more than recovered those losses
          ATF Agent Answering Questions About 3D Printed Guns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This video is put out by Gabby Giffords: Basically regulations regarding “what ifs”, and he uses the term “ghost guns” (building your own).  haha he talks about the people who troll him on twitter. I think you guys know my stance on this.  Any law that may potentially be made to combat this isn’t going […]
ATF Agent Answering Questions About 3D Printed Guns originally appeared on Everyday No Days Off - Gun Blog

          Facebook bans 3D printed gun content, removes blueprint links      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook is cracking down on content that instructs the public on creating firearms using 3D printers. Blueprints for these weapons have been available online for years, raising concerns about safety and the technology’s ability to circumvent existing gun laws. Facebook confirmed the removal to several media outlets today, saying the content is against its Community Standards. 3D-printed firearms can be … Continue reading
          Stencil      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ok, this design is of use to no one but myself. But I'm sharing it to show a concept of how a 3d printer can make a stencil for spray-painting purposes. A handle for ease of use, and a hole to hang on a hook. The rim adds stability.

Any suggestions?


          90 degree Bracket      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

My desk swings a lot when I use my 3D printer.
This is annoying and affects print quality.
To stop swinging, I have made this bracket.
Please feel free to download.


          Man Behind The Fight For Sharing 3D Printed Gun Blueprints Is Taking On The State!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cody Wilson, a self-described anarchist, is at the center of a fierce legal battle over whether Americans should be able to print guns that would be unregulated and untraceable. For years, Wilson has fought to make sure anyone should be able to download the files to make a gun at home with the click of a button using a 3-D printer or a computer automated milling machine.

          わずか5万円台で導入可能な3Dバイオプリンターが登場      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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細胞などを作り出せる3Dバイオプリンターは安くても1万ドル(約110万円)、高いものだと20万ドル(約2200万円)もする上に、クローズドソースで独自仕様です。この現状をなんとかすべく、カーネギーメロン大学の研究チームがなんと500ドル(約5万5400円)で作れる3Dバイオプリンターを生み出しました。すでに3Dプリンターを所有している場合は、わずか50ドル(約5500円)のパーツ交換でOKだそうです。Large volume syringe pump extruder for desktop 3D printers - ScienceDirecthttps://www. 全文
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          Facebook bans 3D printed gun content, removes blueprint links      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook is cracking down on content that instructs the public on creating firearms using 3D printers. Blueprints for these weapons have been available online for years, raising concerns about safety and the technology’s ability to circumvent existing gun laws. Facebook confirmed the removal to several media outlets today, saying the content is against its Community Standards. 3D-printed firearms can be … Continue reading
          How to split a 3D model in 3D Builder      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Splitting models is one of the easiest ways to get good prints. There is a big difference between a 3D model and a 3D model designed for 3D printing. 3D printing a model requires a lot of specific parameters on the model to be exact for the print to succeed. For example, too big an overhang on a print will cause the printer to try and print in midair making it look stringy or may just collapse the model unless you use supports. By using supports, however, you can scar the surface of the print which you will then need to sand away before the print looks good. So whats the answer? Ideally, you want to be able to minimize the overhangs and supports on the model before you actually print it, and that's where splitting comes in. Using the split function in 3D builder you can slice a model into a number of smaller parts along certain planes or axis to reduce the need for support or to eliminate overhangs. In this How-To we will be using this model of a Rocketship made by hayling99 on ...
          Facebook moves to stop sharing of 3D gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook on Thursday (Aug 10) said it was moving to prevent the sharing of blueprints for 3D-printed guns on the social network, which violates its rules on regulated goods. "Sharing instructions on how to manufacture firearms using 3D printers or CNC milling machines is not allowed ...
          How to Inspire Our Next Generation of Manufacturing Leaders - IndustryWeek      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

IndustryWeek

How to Inspire Our Next Generation of Manufacturing Leaders
IndustryWeek
In early July I dropped by Cleveland State University to check out the Advanced Materials for 3D Printing conference presented by the Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster. Industry experts and materials technologists had come together to talk ...


          Rocket Pig Games Executioner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games ExecutionerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Exectuioner

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          AUG 12 ONLINE AUCTION OF NEW, RETURNS and MISGUIDED FREIGHT - London ON - Thursday August 9th, 2018 - Gardner Auctions Incorporated      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Online Auction - London ON - Thursday August 9th, 2018 - Gardner Auctions Incorporated | SUNDAY AUGUST 12 2018 ONLINE ONLY AUCTION OF NEW RETURNED MERCHANDISE MISGUIDED FREIGHT Large Variety of Items Including 3D Printers Kitchen Appliances Computer Items Clothing Baby Items Inflatables More NOTICE before you bid keep in mind YOU MUST PAY PICKUP on Monday August 13 2018 11 00 AM to 6 00 PM or Tuesday August 14 2018 11 00 AM to 6 00 PM There are NO EXCEPTIONS Failure to do so will result in being prevented from signing up for future auctions As stated in
          Adventures in 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Originally posted on: http://blog.loethen.net/cwilliams/archive/2017/02/13/235740.aspx

Background:  I have a Micro 3D Printer, which runs (usually headless) off an OctoPrint server, running on a Raspberry Pi 3.  I moved a few months ago and the whole setup sat in a box until this weekend.

I start setting everything up again. I'm not a Linux expert by any means, but this thing is relatively plug and play, when it works. Fire everything up... led lights come on, it’s running headless (no monitor or keyboard) but I think it’s booted ok. Off to a good start.

The OctoPrint server presents a nice web interface you can use to control your printer, so I try to connect from my desktop.  No luck. 

Drag out a monitor, hmm... VGA, ok... dig around and find a HDMI to VGA adapter. Takes a little bit because none of my stuff is organized (AT ALL) but I eventually find one. Need a keyboard too... off to the garage to dig through more boxes.

Eventually, I return, keyboard in hand. reboot the Pi again... lots of scrolling text, so far so good. I go to log in... hmm... crap. I seem to have forgotten my login and password.  Try a few things, no luck.

Eventually, a few Google searches reveal the default login and password which I hadn't changed, so now I'm logged in. do a quick ifconfig (the linux equivalent of ipconfig.exe) and it looks like I've got an IP address, but it's different than the one I bookmarked for OctoPrint. Ok that feels like progress.

Back to the desktop, change the ip address.  still no luck. Think... what's different?  New router. There's no way it's connecting, and the old IP was hardcoded.

So back to the Raspberry Pi. Shut it down, pull out the SD card so I can edit the network config file on my PC. Dig around in more boxes for an adapter. 

Uhoh... my main PC doesn't have a slot to read it. hmm... ok, looks like one of my other machines does, so I pop it in. Open the folder. It closes. *sigh* repeat this a couple times.  Apparently this adapter isnt any good.

Find ANOTHER adapter, pop it in... try again. Folder stays open this time. ok good, open up the network config file and sure enough, the wifi info is wrong. change it to my new router, update the password, close it up. Stick the card back in the pi, boot it up… wait, wait… log in.  Try hitting it from my desktop. no luck.

hmmm… think think, I sorta recall something about the server needing to be on the subnet as whatever machine is hitting it, maybe?  Check the ip on my desktop… ok, different subnet. Raspberry Pi is on wifi, desktop is wired. try changing the ip address on the pi, go through all the steps again… pull out card, put in card, edit file, etc…  back in the pi, boot it up… try to hit it.  Nope.

I have two wifi networks (don’t ask) so I try connecting to the other one. just for grins I do a sudo apt-get update command on the pi. lots of errors and timeouts. Hmm… ok this thing OBVIOUSLY isnt actually connecting to the internet. That’s weird.  Go back and change it again, back to the original network. try running the update command again… same errors. Ok, what’s going on?

Take a break, grab a drink… walk around the house mumbling profanities under my breath… go back upstairs, and look at my network info on my main pc. hmm… Linux is case sensitive.  ok, take another look, sure enough… SSID is all caps, but not in the network config file. Feeling a bit stupid, and triumphant, all at the same time, I change it again… boot it up.

Holding my breath, I try to hit the server from my PC. Success!! Awesome…  but apparently I’m about 6 versions behind. Ok ok, fair enough. hit the update button, go look for something to eat downstairs. come back, reboot again.

ok, it says my printer is not connected to the server. click the connect button… wait… wait… nothing. I check the log tab… it’s trying, but can’t find the printer. weird. *sigh* ok, check the cables. Yes, it’s connected via USB to the Pi. Hmm… why isn’t the light on?  Oh, it’s not plugged in. Duh.  Plug in the printer, light comes on, reboot the pi, again.

so far so good, press the connect button… check the log entries, trying to find the right baud rate… hmm… fail. again.

maybe it’s the usb cable. go find another one. dig around in boxes. I should really organize this stuff better.  Eventually find another cable that matches, swap it out. Try to connect, still no luck. I hardcode the speed and port info, reboot, try again. Nothing.

All I wanted to do was just fire off a simple test print. *sigh*

Start checking versions. OctoPrint uses a few plugins, including one to make it work with the M3D Printer. Looks like that’s pretty far out of date too. Ok hit the update button. Says everything is up to date. Nope. Don’t see any way to force an upgrade, so… Uninstall the plug in, get the newest version, reinstall… All of this I can do remotely from my PC, so that’s nice.  Try to connect… still nothing.  What. The. Hell?!?

Need coffee… we’re out of instant. ok, MAKE coffee… wait…

Come back, un-hardcode the connection info, set it back to auto, reboot again. *sip*  OctoPrint pops up, detects the printer!!  Awesome, now we’re in business. Where did I put that filament?  I know it’s around here somewhere. Eventually find another box with my most recent filament order. Wait… should probably recalibrate the printer first.

Ok, recalibrating is fairly easy… takes about 30 minutes.  Mostly automatic, with some minor manual adjustments.  Ok, time to load the filament.  There’s a button for that too (I love this setup) so I warm the printer up, guide in some filament… ok I think it’s in. Tell the server I’m ready. 

Find a file to print, upload it, slice it. send it to print.

Buzz… whirr… click click… humm…  so far so good.  wait a couple minutes, *sip*

Go take a look at the print bed… there’s nothing on it. *sigh*  ok, cancel the print, redo the filament loading process again.

fire up the model again, send it to print.  wait… *sip*

Ok, now it’s working… I see filament on the print bed. Now to wait 7 hours for the completed print.  Come back an hour later, there’s filament EVERYWHERE EXCEPT THE PRINT BED…  Cancel the print job, clean up the mess. Take out the print bed. Clean it really well. Put it back in.

Start the job for the 3rd time. Go downstairs, eat dinner, help my youngest son level up his Pathfinder character.

Come back an hour later, looking good… still printing. Go to bed.

I love my printer, and I love OctoPrint, and I’m fairly fond of the Raspberry Pi, but man, some days.

UPDATE:

Less Successful…

image 

More Successful…

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(Miniature not included.)


          Principal 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with both internal and external key stakeholders to improve the product....
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          Senior 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with customers and our internal testing department to improve the product....
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          Rocket Pig Games Executioner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games ExecutionerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Exectuioner

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          Rocket Pig Games Executioner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games ExecutionerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Exectuioner

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          Facebook says removing content on 3D printing of guns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook Inc is removing content related to instructions on 3D printing of firearms, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as debate around access to gun in the United States intensifies.

          Electrical Engineer - 4D Tech Solutions, Inc. - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rapid prototyping (3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutter, etc …). 4D Tech Solutions is seeking a highly motivated entry-level software/electrical/test... $85,000 - $105,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 16:33:55 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          Comment on Facebook bans 3D printed gun content, removes blueprint links by jwn0001      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It's really more of a public services than anything else! The 3D printed gun is a political statement, not a movement to make plastic firearms. I am disappointed in the media for being so naive about this. But perhaps this isn't so much naivety aw it is marketing (or anti marketing). Really the worst thing about the plastic guns is that they can and likely will explode on repeated use. One really nasty thing about ABS plastic or PVC is that it is REALLY hard to see on X-Rays of the human body. SO after one of these grenades detonates in your hand, the doctor in the ER has to probe for the slivers of likely razor sharp tiny plastic shards embedded in your body using a tool much like a dentist pick like they use to clean your teeth! Sounds like fun huh? Ready to go to the range yet?? The whole point is whether or not it is legal and lawful to create things in your home or if this can be regulated. 3D printing itself has the potential to literally change the way we shop, buy and make things, and really is a disruptive technology in it's own right. I used this analogy. Foreign ships come to the USA to buy crude oil to take home and make plastic. In their country, the cheaper labor creates plastic things for retail (toys, plates, plastic silverware, etc) then ships this back across the ocean where it is hauled by truck to Wal*Mart )(or other retailers) and is then unpacked, shelved and readied for sale. The customer drives to the store, buys the plastic "thing" and takes it home. When it breaks it goers into a plastic bag and into the landfill to stay for many many years. A whole lot of cost of this product goes into the shipping, handling and mfg. What if at home you could have a small plastic shredder (size of a coffee machine) which shreds the broken plastic toy, plate, or whatever, into plastic pellets or powder. The powder can then be remelted and used as base material for a 3D printer to create a brand new "whatever it is" and the object is as good as new. This isn't science fiction, it can and is being done today.
          Comment on Printing Guns, Again by DH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
<i>..." $5,000 would buy a stack of guns and ammunition. As such, 3D printing a gun does not make much financial sense"</i> Actually, this would only be accurate if you could only print a single gun with each printer. The $5000 would be spread out over the total number of guns printed. The net cost of each gun would be the cost of the polymer used, plus a fraction of the cost of the machine. For example, if you were to print 500 guns, your cost per unit would be the polymer + $10, plus some nominal cost for electricity and square foot cost for the space it.takes up. If you were an independent contractor (hit man, assassin, freelance terrorist, etc) you could deduct these costs as business expenses, or depreciate the initial outlay for the printer over time on your tax return.
          Plastic guns, nuclear bombs and the endless debate over free speech and public safety      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Should a radical activist be allowed to publish instructions for using a 3D printer to create a fully operational plastic handgun? That’s the question facing U.S. District Court Judge Robert Lasnik, who has said he will hear arguments this Friday in a case that pits freedom of speech against public safety. The activist, Cody Wilson, …

Continue reading Plastic guns, nuclear bombs and the endless debate over free speech and public safety


          Hyundai Elantra Windshield Bolt [Flex] Replacement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Printed with TPU flex filament on Monoprice 3d Printer
(Requires Printer Mod https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2249932 or similar)

My first print was a tiny bit small (possibly shrinkage of the material or bad measurements)

I widened my design slightly, will post back with pic of the final print as soon as it comes into the world

Designed with tinkercad: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/exKbw8DJmdL#/


          BIBO 3d printer BIBO2 touch fan supports      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

BIBO 3d printer BIBO2 touch fan supports


          Tevo Tarantula Improved Z-Motor Mount      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

I couldn't find a good motor mount design for my Tevo Tarantula 3D printer that would solve my issue of a misaligned motor that would limit my build height. Since I couldn't find one, I made a simple design with an elliptical opening to slide the motor to fit properly. It also is thicker in width, making it more rigid and sturdy. Recessed T-screw holes allow for the stock screws to still be used. Hope it works great for you!


          Global 3D Printing Powder Market Size, and Forecast 2017 – 2025 | Advanced Powders and Coatings, Arcam AB, Arkema, Carpenter Technology, ERASTEEL, GKN, Hoganas AB, Sandvik AB, LPW Technology, and Metalysis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Global 3D Printing Powder Market Size, and Forecast 2017 – 2025 | Advanced Powders and Coatings, Arcam AB, Arkema, Carpenter Technology, ERASTEEL, GKN, Hoganas AB, Sandvik AB, LPW Technology, and Metalysis ResearchMoz presents professional and in-depth study of "3D Printing Powder Market - Global Industry, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 - 2025" To construct a three dimensional material from a 3D printer specialty printing inks are required. These type of

          4 Reasons Why You Should Buy 3D Systems Stock      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

4 Reasons Why You Should Buy 3D Systems StockWall Street cheered 3D Systems’ (NYSE: DDD) better-than-expected second-quarter results, sending DDD stock sharply higher. Also likely to boost 3D Systems and its stock are its new printers, which sound like they will be tremendous money-makers for the 3D printer manufacturer.



          How to Inspire Our Next Generation of Manufacturing Leaders - IndustryWeek      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

IndustryWeek

How to Inspire Our Next Generation of Manufacturing Leaders
IndustryWeek
In early July I dropped by Cleveland State University to check out the Advanced Materials for 3D Printing conference presented by the Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster. Industry experts and materials technologists had come together to talk ...


          3D printing technology fostered in Vietnam      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This meeting aims at analyzing possible future trends in the field, since there have been around 19,190 inventions related to 3D printing technology worldwide. According to Dr. Hoang Xuan Tung from the Materials Technology Department of the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) University of Technology, this new printing method allows designers to form precise physical […]
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Demographics:Turkish Male will start 9th grade in September looking to transfer to a boarding school. Will not as for financial aid. Grades:Not sure what an A qualifies as but my weighted gpa is: 94.5 8th grade 93 7th grade We also are not allowed to pick our courses here so I took the same courseload as anyone else. Test Scores: Will take the sat in October but the first practice test I took was in the low 1300s(I haven't learned some of the stuff covered in math so probably will improve) World Scholar’s Cup(International Debate,Writing,Bowl,Challenge(Examination of 6 subjects).(2 years) -Qualified for the Tournament of Champions 2 years in a row. -Regional(Istanbul+Izmir),Global(Hanoi+Barcelano),ToC(at Yale) Digital Art(4 years) -Logo Design Work -Lead a club for 2 years(teaching 5-6th graders photoshop and illustrator) Tennis -Playing since 1st grade. -Attended many tournaments with many awards -Currently playing as a hobby as injuries and a long time overseas didn't allow me to play for a long time. Hour of Code(4 years) -Participated in the hour of code activities in hour school(2 years as a teacher and 2 as a learner) -Taught the basis of algorithms to elementary students, scratch for middle schoolers, python for high schoolers,C# for teachers. Enable The Future(Robotel) (1 year) -Volunteered in 3d printing prosthetic arms and hands for children in need. -Worked with students from the high school with a similar project as middle schoolers. MUN(2 years) -4 regional competition as delegates -1 competition as chair. -They didn't do awards in the conferences I attended Marching Band(4 years, drum major for 1 year) -Played snare drums for a year Arduino Club (3 years) -Built arduino powered circuits most notably made the device for engine control for our school's rocket team. Thank you for reading! Any advice and recommendations are welcome!
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Laser printers have changed the way the world today looks at printouts, brochures and cards. The ultra-HD quality printouts have revolutionized the printing industry in a big way. Ilasersg.com is one of the leading digital fabrication services in Singapore which offer various industry solutions such as laser processing, 3D printing and so on.

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          Glass Additives Market Dynamics, Forecast, Analysis and Supply Demand 2015-2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- Market Overview

Glass is one of the most common containing material used in various industries, and advancements in the use of glass have provided considerable impetus on the importance of glass additives. The transparency of basic glass materials has led to the need for colouring them for the purpose of classification, which has influenced the demand for various glass additives. The rising need for coloured opaque glass that is thick, durable and has higher reactive stability will endure the demand for quality glass additive materials. The use of metal additives to improve the conductivity of glass vessels has also resulted a surge in demand for glass additives from healthcare, pharmaceuticals and chemicals industries. Moreover, technological developments such as using inorganic compound called lanthanum oxide as an additive that boosts strength and enhances refractive index of glass materials have incited the demand in the global market for glass additives.

Global Glass Additives Market: Drivers & Restraints

The prime factor driving the growth of the global glass additives market is the extensive use of glass in fibre optics, electronics, and consumer goods. As a result, the demand for additives that help differentiate and enhance the glass materials has bourgeoned. Besides this, the other key factors influencing the growth of the glass additives market include,

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The Influence of Nanoparticle Technology
The scientific developments in nanoparticle and chemical technologies has resulted in the higher adoption of nanoparticle additives that supplement the insulation factor of glass materials. Reduction of the glass bubbles to provide low resistance sea bottom drilling is one of the most recent example of the use of nanoparticles-based additive, which has fuelled the demand in the global market.

Rising Consumption of Glass as Packaging Material
Glass materials are extensively used in the food & beverages sector, and have been the most-preferred packaging material for soft drinks and edible semi-fluids. In pharmaceuticals industry as well, glass is perceived to be one of the most reliable type of packaging material. The demand for enhanced additive substances is expected to surge, owing to the need for upgrading the strength and the sustainability of glass against reactive substances.

The pervasive use of glass particles in electrical and electronic devices has increased the demand for additives that reinforce specific features into the glass material. However, the growth of the global market for glass additives is being limited, owing to the restraints such as,

Growing adoption of plastic as an inexpensive alternative to glass.
Relatively low costs of plastic additives.
Unavailability of rare earth metals which are used as crucial glass additive materials.
Glass Additives: Market Stratification

The global market for glass additives can be generally classified into the type of glass additives, which include metal alloys, nanoparticles, polymers and rare earth metals. Based on the application of glass additives, the market is primarily differentiated into silicate glass manufacturing, 3D printing, aerodynamic levitation, glass transition, and customisation of tableware, lamps and eye glasses, among others. Also, the market can be classified based upon the basic chemical elements used as glass additives, which include iron, manganese, sulphur, nickel, titanium, chromium, uranium and other rare earth metals.

Global Glass Additives Market: Regional Outlook

Among the key geographical regions in the world, the global market for glass additives is anticipating higher growth in the Asia Pacific region. The high manufacturing capacity of glass makes the APAC region lucrative for the growth of the glass additives market. North America is also expected to be a key leading region, owing to the consumption levels of glass in healthcare and pharmaceuticals sector. The electronics and automobile industry is Europe is also projected to boost the demand for glass additives that provide thermal and electrical insulation.

Leading Companies in Global Glass Additives Market

The use of additives has helped glass manufacturers to put forth tough competition in the production businesses. Reduction of costs and energy efficiency derived from the use of glass additives will continue to encourage the expansion of the leading companies in the global glass additives market. BASF SE, DuPont, Torrecid Group, Bayer Material Science, Nanobase among others, are observed as the key players dominating the global market for glass additives.

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New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, in partnership with our sister organisation, UK Antarctic Heritage Trust, have been carrying out conservation work on the historic bases on Stonington Island, off the Antarctic Peninsula. With its wild weather, rich wildlife, and breathtaking views, Stonington Island is a unique historic site, even by Antarctic standards! NZAHT was delighted to share its extensive knowledge with UKAHT around cold-climate conservation based on our experience of conserving the early explorer bases at Ross Island and the 20,000+ artefacts they left behind.


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Researchers at the the technical school ETH Zurich have constructed a unique lightweight concrete ceiling by mixing computational design, 3D printing and prefabrication.  
          Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market by Manufacturers, Types, Regions and Application & Forecast to 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Implementating website design in Hubspot COS to help kids with disabilities - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We need help with implementing and configuring our website design in Hubspot COS.

We are a mission-driven org developing 3D Printing & Scanning tech to help kids with disabilities. You can see a recent news article about what we do here:
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          Global 3D Printing in Oil & Gas Market Benefits, Opportunities and Future Investments 2018-2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Global 3D Printing in Oil & Gas Market Benefits, Opportunities and Future Investments 2018-2025 Qyresearchreports include new market research report “Global 3D Printing in Oil & Gas Market Professional Survey Report 2018” to its huge collection of research reports. 3D printing is the process of constructing physical objects from a digital framework using a printer.

          3D printed utility dielectric core manufacturing process for antenna prototyping      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A prototyping method for dielectrically loaded antennas is presented. Dielectric loading has been used with horn antennas, feeds, and lenses. Dielectrics have also been used for coating antennas submerged in water and biological matter and have led to improvements in bandwidth and efficiency as well as antenna miniaturisation. The authors present a new technique to produce variable dielectrics with permittivity from 6 to 28 using two commonly available powders, titanium dioxide (used in foods) and magnesium silicate (used in talcum powder). An example spherical helical ball antenna is used to demonstrate the process. In this antenna, the mixed powders were encased in a 3D printed shell that achieved a reduction in diameter of the spherical antenna by a factor of 1.85. The technique aids rapid prototyping and optimisation using search algorithms.
          Orig: capaciteit in va Nw:Mijn apc UPS is 2000VA/1200Watt.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Replies: 0 Last poster: 12much at 10-08-2018 10:17 Topic is Open UPS versus Victron. 😂😂😂 Het mooie van het originele verhaal in :Capaciteit in VA dat iedereen hier verstand van elektronica heeft... Breinbreker: Mijn apc UPS is 2000VA/1200Watt. Met de standaard accu van 9Ah moet ie 30minuten 1200W kunnen leveren. Een hydrofoor van 230Volt/800Watt houdt het 20minuten vol. Super. Helemaal blij mee. Genoeg voor 1x douchen en 1x afwassen per dag. Nou wil ik de accu van de UPS niet met normale netstroom voeden maar mijn zonnecellen rechtstreeks op de accu zetten. Dwz. De accu’s van de Apc UPS parallel aan mijn zonneinstallatie met een Victron pwm regelaar. Waarom dan de apc zul je zeggen? De Victron kan de stroompieken van de hydrofoor niet aan. Nou had ik vroeger een 27mc bak in mijn auto, tweede accu aan boord met een scheidingsrelais. Als ik stil stond werd niet de de startaccu leeg getrokken maar wél tegelijkertijd beide accu’s opgeladen als de motor draaide. Ervan uitgaande: Alle accu’s hebben dezelfde capaciteit en leeftijd 1 accu uit de set leeg trekken is slecht, maar gaat niet gebeuren onder de 11,2Volt omdat beide installaties daar tegen beveiligd zijn. Dus geen afname meer onder die drempelwaarde. De ontbrekende startspanning voor het relais kan met een schakelaartje oid tot stand gebracht worden om weer te kunnen laden na het gebruik van de hydrofoor. Waarom zo moeilijk doen? Als beide systemen tegelijkertijd uitgeschakeld worden door te lage accuspanning, moet de wekker weer opnieuw ingesteld worden, evenals veiligheids installatie (zitten om dezelfde reden geen backupbatterijen meer in) de Victron zonneinstallatie moet handmatig gereset worden, mijn 3D printer of laser stopt ermee indien in gebruik ( verkwisting van materiaal) laptop wordt met 19V dcdc converter gevoed en de elektronische beveiliging van de geiser werkt dan niet meer. Geen echt gevaar omdat de gasflessen mechanisch afgesloten worden, maar dan hoeft ie niet apart gereset te worden. Offgrid wonen is best een uitdaging maar mijn vraag na dit schijnbaar eindeloze verhaal: Zien jullie beren op de weg? Moet ik de UPS nog extra beveiligen tegen de motor van de hydrofoor? Ik heb vroeger een labvoeding uit de elektuur gebouwd. Daar moesten twee extra zware diodes over de uitgang gesoldeerd worden als je van plan was om regelmatig motoren te voeden met dat ding. Ik weet alleen niet meer hoe en waarom. Groet en alvast bedankt voor jullie input.
          Facebook bans 3D printed gun content, removes blueprint links      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Facebook is cracking down on content that instructs the public on creating firearms using 3D printers. Blueprints for these weapons have been available online for years, raising concerns about safety and the technology’s ability to circumvent existing gun laws. Facebook confirmed the removal to several media outlets today, saying the content is against its Community Standards. 3D-printed firearms can be … Continue reading
          Custom 3D-Printed Microfluidics for Cell-Based Health Research      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi (yes, there is such a thing) have developed a method to 3D print functional and inexpensive microfluidic probes for cancer research. The technique could make microfluidics more accessible, allowing researchers to easily design and produce their own devices, and conduct cell-based healthcare research, such as studying cancer cells, more easily. […]
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          Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market by Manufacturers, Types, Regions and Application & Forecast to 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Facebook moves to stop sharing of 3D gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
San Francisco (AFP) Aug 9, 2018
Facebook on Thursday said it was moving to prevent the sharing of blueprints for 3D-printed guns on the social network, which violates its rules on regulated goods. "Sharing instructions on how to manufacture firearms using 3D printers or CNC milling machines is not allowed under our Community Standards," a Facebook spokesman said in response to an AFP inquiry. "In line with our policies
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I bought this Benchtop Power on Alixpress for 8,00$. It has 3 holes on each side for mounting, so the picture on the e-commerce is wrong.

I cut and insulated other ATX wires inside the power supply.

Then I created this holder using FreeCAD to mount the PCB on the top of the power supply, with the aim of reducing the volume required for the 3D print.

If you want to modify the holder for different hole position I attached the FreeCAD file.

Sliced with Slic3r and printed in PLA using my Wanhao D6.

It seems quite robust.

I imported 2 object in slic3r and the flipped then latter.


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Spinal injuries can be like downed power lines – even if everything on either side of the injury is perfectly functional, the break can effectively shut down the whole system. Now, researchers at the University of Minnesota have designed a device that could link everything back together again. A silicone guide, covered in 3D-printed neuronal stem cells, can be implanted into the injury site, where it grows new connections between remaining nerves to let patients regain some motor control.

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Spinal injuries can be like downed power lines – even if everything on either side of the injury is perfectly functional, the break can effectively shut down the whole system. Now, researchers at the University of Minnesota have designed a device that could link everything back together again. A silicone guide, covered in 3D-printed neuronal stem cells, can be implanted into the injury site, where it grows new connections between remaining nerves to let patients regain some motor control.

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As 3D printing evolves, researchers have gone beyond mere fabrication processes to developing techniques for optimizing how particular materials can be printed. To that end, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering have developed a new approach to optimizing the 3D printing of soft materials. This approach combines expert judgment with an algorithm designed to search parameter combinations relevant for 3D printing, they said.

3D printing, soft fabrics, algorithms, predictions
Images of 3D prints made using a new method developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon. Their approach combines expertise with an algorithm and applies that to a 3D-printing process to optimize the printing of soft materials. (Image source: Sara Abdollahi, Alexander Davis, John H. Miller, Adam W. Feinberg, Carnegie Mellon)

Calling their method Expert-Guided Optimization (EGO), the technique—designed by a cross-disciplinary team of biomedical, materials, and social scientists—enables optimal printing for high-quality soft materials with a completely new approach, said Sara Abdollahi, a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering at Carnegie Mellon.

“We developed the EGO strategy after realizing the lack of systematization in 3D printing, especially involving new materials and processes on which little prior information is known,” she told Design News. “We were seeking an approach that would be easy to implement and flexible enough to modify as needed.”

Algorithm Used for Predictions

Studies have shown that experts are good at selecting factors that matter in prediction, but not so good at combining those factors to make an actual prediction, Abdollahi explained. The team used this idea, but applied it in an engineering context to develop a product. “Specifically, the expert was used to inform and start off the search, which was followed through with an algorithmic search to combine the expert selected parameters to make a prediction for the optimum [result],” she explained.

In essence, what the team achieved for the first time was to use a concept from the social and decision sciences to inform an engineering problem, Abdollahi said. “From a practical standpoint, we were able to systematically optimize 3D printing of soft materials without the need for complex physical models, a data training set, or haphazard trials,” she said.

The team published a paper on its work in the journal PLOS One. It demonstrated the EGO method by printing objects made of liquid polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) elastomer resin, which is often used in wearable sensors and medical devices, with a freeform reversible embedding (FRE) printing method.

Researchers Printed “Calibration Objects”

Abdollahi said the concept can be applied for other 3D-printing processes, such as binder jetting, vat polymerization, and others, as long as the parameter space for each of those processes can be defined.

“Broadly speaking, the method explores random combinations at first, giving an opportunity to gauge different sets of factor-levels selected by the expert,” she explained. “Once a promising combination is found (i.e., a parameter set that produces the fittest print), the approach is to work around this combination iteratively toward improvements.”

Specifically, researchers printed what are called “calibration objects” in 3D printing—that is, a cube and a cylinder, Abdollahi told us. “This is fitting in the context of soft-material 3D printing, using the FRE technique, than is a more recent 3D printing approach on which an extensive library of geometries and sizes is lacking,” she explained. “To get an idea of the sort of prints that can be developed with this tool, a good starting point would be to look at what is possible to create with the technology at hand.”

Standardizing the Approach

Researchers plan to continue their work to explore using other materials, more complex geometries, other search algorithms, and other 3D printing processes or even a different process altogether, Abdollahi said. “A farther vision would be in determining the steps to standardize this approach and see it being applied in industry and real-world context,” she added. “This model has the potential to save time and effort, but also money if we think about the costs that go into the iterative design of products in manufacturing and prevent unnecessary waste products, which can be significant, for example, in 3D printing of metal parts.”

Elizabeth Montalbano is a freelance writer who has written about technology and culture for 20 years. She has lived and worked as a professional journalist in Phoenix, San Francisco, and New York City. In her free time, she enjoys surfing, traveling, music, yoga, and cooking. She currently resides in a village on the southwest coast of Portugal.

 

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Last week, the prospect of 3D printed guns captured the imagination of the nation. Most of that reaction is probably best described as panic. What new sort of evil could criminals perpetrate on a country already reeling from a now regular recurrence of active shooters in public places? For those who haven’t kept up, the […]

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It seems a simple enough concept: as a 3D printer consumes filament, the spool becomes lighter. If you weighed an empty spool, and subtracted that from the weight of the in-use spool, you’d know how much filament you had left. Despite being an easy way to get a “fuel gauge” on a desktop 3D printer, it isn’t something we often see on DIY machines, much less consumer hardware. But with this slick hack from [Victor Noordhoek] as inspiration, it might become a bit more common.

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By the end of this year, Siemens Gamesa and its research partners in Denmark plan to install at sea a prototype suction bucket foundation that could reduce the cost to construct and install offshore wind turbine foundations by 40 percent compared to existing technology.

The gravity-based suction bucket foundation, also known as a caisson, is sunk into mud at the sea floor in shallow waters up to about 30 meters deep. Unlike steel monopile foundations, which can disrupt whales and other marine life when hammered into the sea floor, the installation of suction bucket foundations is almost noise free.

In the first phase of the project, the consortium, which also includes Aalborg University, Universal Foundation A/S, and Fred. Olsen Windcarrier A/S, assembled a full-scale 8x8-meter prototype at a facility in Frederikshavn, Denmark.

The consortium was awarded a €3.8 million (USD $4.4 million) grant from Denmark’s Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program for a second phase, during which the prototype will be installed in different soil conditions at a test site off the coast of Denmark.

Project researchers say they can build the new suction bucket foundations at a lower cost than existing foundations partially because they will be using much less steel.

Existing suction bucket foundations are constructed of steel plates 30-40 mm thick. The project team says it can reduce the steel plate thickness in their foundation to 16-20 mm.

According to a joint press release, Siemens Gamesa and the Danish steel components manufacturer Ib Andresen Industri originally developed the steel fabrication process for use in onshore turbine towers.

Industrializing turbine foundation construction

The project is emblematic of recent activity in the offshore wind space to streamline both the construction and installation of turbine components. Greentech Media has reported in recent months on research into “industrializing” offshore wind project development and the potential use of 3D printing to erect concrete offshore turbine towers.

In this case, the researchers contend that mass production of foundation components, as called for in their design, should save time and money.

Existing steel suction bucket foundations are welded at the shipyard into finished units. The prototype foundation developed for this project comprises pre-fabricated steel modules that can be mass produced, stacked, and then shipped to the staging port. Final assembly of the modules would be done with bolts at port.

“We have made the suction bucket in modules to make construction and installation easier. That will lead to more producers of the metal pieces,” wrote Finn Daugaard Madsen, project manager, Siemens Gamesa, in an email.

“And we are not limited by space. We could mount it close to a harbor; therefore, the concept allows us to make as many workstations as needed," he added.

Asked how the prototype is able to exhibit the same strength as existing foundations with less steel, Madsen said, “That is the beauty of innovation. We have tried different shapes and tested them at Aalborg University to find the best and cheapest.”

“We have made calculations that show that the very special profile on the individual steel sheet ensures an extremely strong construction even with the use of significantly less steel,” Lars Bo Ibsen, professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, told Energy Supply.

Finn Daugaard Madsen said the project teams hopes to install and begin testing the prototype by the end of this year. The testing phase extends through April 2019.

At that time, said Madsen, “If everything is looking fine, we and our partners will start to promote the system.”


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La storia greca inizia con una catastrofe (crollo del mondo miceneo e del suo sistema), attraversa un arco luminoso di diversi secoli, inventando la civiltà occidentale, e termina con un’altra catastrofe (la guerra del Peloponneso tra Sparta ed Atene). Non è che prima non ci fosse nulla, e nemmeno che dopo non ci sarà più nulla: ma la fase più originale e creativa sta in questi limiti. Prima c’era la civiltà cretese, sintesi delle civiltà orientali dei grandi fiumi, Tigre Eufrate Nilo; dopo ci sarà la sontuosa civiltà ellenistica, che media tra il mondo classico e noi.

Diversi sono i “doni”, che i greci hanno fatto alla civiltà occidentale, doni tanto vitali, che sono in atto anche ai nostri tempi, e senza i quali molto di ciò che oggi caratterizza i nostri tempi non ci sarebbe stato e non ci sarebbe. Non solo, ma tendono a diffondersi ulteriormente. LA DEMOCRAZIA, cioè il potere alla maggioranza, è un’invenzione del tutto originale della Grecia, dal nome fino ai suoi principi costitutivi. La legge, la norma non è più il prodotto di una gentile concessione del dio (come era stato anche in Grecia fino al miceneo, 1200 a.C. circa, ed era così ancora nel mondo che circondava la Grecia), che si manifesta attraverso gli atti di un monarca, dio anche lui o discendente o prediletto del dio, ma la norma è l’esito di un confronto e di un dibattito TRA UGUALI, all’inizio (epoca arcaica, 900-500 a.C. circa) limitatamente ad un gruppo ristretto di migliori (àristoi, quindi aristocrazia), e poi esteso alla massa (demos, quindi democrazia): possibilità e diritto uguali per tutti di dire tutto e di parlare di tutto, e poi diritto di elettorato attivo e passivo (ma sono esclusi schiavi e donne). La realtà della democrazia nella Storia oscilla tra l’ideale platonico (“la chiamano democrazia, ma è un’aristocrazia – di mente e di animo – con l’approvazione delle masse”), e la gestione dei demagoghi, primo dei quali e superiore a tutti Pericle, pronti ad orientare le decisioni dell’assemblea (organo supremo) verso decisioni a loro utili, con l’uso spregiudicato dei mezzi di formazione delle opinioni, oratoria giornali TV…….

LA SCRITTURA ALFABETICA. Non l’hanno inventata loro, ma i fenici. I greci hanno avuto una particolare capacità di appropriarsi di prodotti culturali altrui, rielaborarli in modo del tutto originali, e poi trasmetterli all’umanità. L’alfabeto greco, ripreso da etruschi e romani, oggi tende alla diffusione universale, perché è lo strumento fondamentale dell’inglese e di internet. Strumento semplice (lo si impara a cinque anni), estremamente duttile e di facile uso. La democrazia lo richiedeva: la partecipazione aveva bisogno vitale della conoscenza, la quale per lungo tempo si è trasmessa per via orale quanto ai prodotti letterari, ma poi aveva bisogno dello scritto quanto a decreti, leggi, proclami, insomma il diritto. Verba volant scripta manent. Non solo la scrittura alfabetica presero dagli altri, ma una gran quantità di altri prodotti culturali e materiali: in tal senso la democrazia si rivelò un formidabile moltiplicatore di effetti. Infatti la possibilità per TUTTI di partecipare a TUTTO moltiplicò le probabilità di sviluppi successivi, dato che in teoria ogni singolo individuo era nel diritto e nella possibilità di elaborare e proporre la propria soluzione, e non un numero ristretto di teste: più cresce il numero dei pensatori, più la soluzione eccellente è possibile.

Anche la MONETA i greci la copiarono, esattamente dai lidi, e, passando per l’attività dei cambiavalute e degli usurai (banche), ha dato luogo a quella merce particolare – la moneta e la sua economia – che noi chiamiamo finanza, e che tanto bene sta facendo alla nostra vita.

Dagli egizi impararono la STATUARIA e la PITTURA, ma poi le hanno sviluppate in modo del tutto originale, dando luogo ad una interminabile stagione di primato artistico dei greci, e ad un’idea dell’arte figurativa, trasmessa all’Europa ed al mondo mediante i romani, con un rapporto di discendenza diretta fino ai giorni nostri.

Del tutto greca è l’invenzione della FILOSOFIA, come attività di ricerca della verità mediante la logica e la razionalità. Quasi mai si negano le verità rivelate e religiose, ma anche queste sono interpretate alla luce di una analisi logica e razionale. Un nome tra i tanti e su tutti, Platone, straordinario pensatore ineguagliato anche ai giorni nostri, nonché straordinario poeta. La sete di sapere, che produce la filosofia, porta anche all’avvio di un inimmaginabile processo di sviluppo delle scienze fisiche mediche e matematiche.

Fondamentale è poi il contributo dei greci nella storia del teatro, e non si va lontano dal vero, quando si dice che è una loro invenzione. Non che in altre culture mancasse, perché il recitare è per così dire una caratteristica del genere umano, ma la struttura e la maniera greca hanno caratterizzato non solo l’antichità, ma poi sono state un inevitabile riferimento per tutto il teatro occidentale, o per uniformarsi o per differenziarsi, ma sempre con il teatro greco ci si è dovuti misurare. Senza tralasciare alcune opere teatrali, ancora oggi trascinanti, come l’Edipo re o l’Antigone ed anche l’Elettra di Sofocle, o la Medea di Euripide, o la trilogia dell’Orestea di Eschilo, o le Nuvole di Aristofane.

Si può qui non fare cenno ai grandi autori di LETTERATURA? Il primo, il più decisivo fra tutti, Omero, ha informato di sé l’intera cultura greca, come dire occidentale. Il poeta è l’inventore del cinema: sa trovare le parole giuste, affinché le immagini create dalla sua mente attraversino l’etere, colpiscano l’udito degli ascoltatori, e si ricompongano nella loro mente, le medesime che erano nella testa del poeta. Sono personaggi, atti, gesta pensati dal poeta, trasmessi con il tramite delle parole, e riformatisi nella mente dell’uditore, il quale, stando seduto in un qualche luogo, si abbandona alla narrazione del cantore, lascia il corpo là dov’è, ma con la mente naviga nello spazio e nel tempo, per poi tornare alla fine del racconto, felice per l’esperienza spirituale vissuta.al medesimo obiettivo mirava l’inventore della STORIOGRAFIA, Erodoto, con la sua monumentale ricerca di storia usi costumi e cultura del mondo esterno ai greci, Italia compresa. Un’opera godibilissima, per la gran massa di notizie e curiosità, che mi permetto di suggerire come lettura sotto l’ombrellone.

Poi è arrivato Pericle, uomo di grande spessore, ma affossatore della democrazia, incarnazione sublime dell’Uomo della Provvidenza, che tanto affascina, illude e delude le masse, che poi avranno tempo per leccarsi le ferite. L’uomo della provvidenza, come lo si vagheggia, quello che – chissà perché ? – si dedicherà al bene della Nazione non c’è mai stato: è saggio rimboccarsi le maniche, e dare ognuno il proprio contributo, e non comportarsi da “idioti”, come la lingua greca chiama coloro che si astengono dalla partecipazione politica, consegnando se stessi la propria vita e quella dei figli al ciarlatano ed al piazzista di turno. Se non finisce in tragedia (come è stato per noi con la guerra) è già un miracolo.

Le nostre radici sono là, in quel mondo greco uscito rinnovato e vitale dalla catastrofe del mondo miceneo (terremoti? Siccità? Invasioni?), ed artefice di una cultura di cui siamo impregnati anche noi moderni, e spesso non ce ne rendiamo conto. Fa male all’anima, quello che stanno combinando gli esaltati assassini e sanguinari dell’ISIS, con la demolizione delle tracce archeologiche ed artistiche del mondo antico, quelle statue profanate con il tritolo ed il martello pneumatico, quelle colonne abbattute. Loro, i nuovi barbari, hanno capito o solo intuito l’importanza di quelle testimonianze storiche, e le vogliono abolire. Spetta a noi differenziarci da loro, recuperare le radici della nostra Storia, irrobustirle, dare loro nuova vita e visibilità, ed andare cauti con la frenesie del “cambiamento”. Si dà infatti un’equazione priva di logica, secondo cui il cambiamento è costituzionalmente positivo. Signori miei! E se si cambia in peggio, è proprio il caso di cambiare?


 


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“Càpita nella vita sia personale che comunitaria di avere la sensazione di aver fatto una corsa troppo veloce, di esere andati troppo avanti, al punto di non percepire più dove ci si trovi. Allora è saggio fermarsi, sedersi, e parlare con se stessi. Ed in questo ci aiutano le voci dei grandi del passato, e qui da noi sono stati veramente grandi e veramente tanti. Si recuperano così le radici del nostro essere, e si riprende slancio, dopo aver meditato un pochino e riflettuto. Ed è questo ciò che intenderei fare, offrire a chi li apprezza spunti di riflessione, angoli di astrazione dal presente, che proprio gratificante non è. Spero di fare cosa gradita.” 


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A new survey is prompting wheelchair users to call for more innovation to help them fulfill their potential in the workplace.

The survey, commissioned by the Toyota Mobility Foundation, showed that 92% of respondents have had problems working or finding a job as a direct result of their wheelchair and 36% have been unable to work at all for the same reason. The foundation is calling on engineers and designers, as well as software and data science experts, to find better solutions for people with lower-limb paralysis.

“The challenge is to start thinking beyond the status quo,” August de los Reyes, a director of user experience on the Search, Assistant, and News Ecosystem at Google, Inc., told Design News. “There’s a great opportunity to innovate in this space, whether it’s at the component level, the device level, or in the entire system of transportation.”

The survey painted a stark picture of the work-related problems facing wheelchair users. It noted that wheelchairs and other types of so-called “mobility devices” limited the number of jobs for which users could apply. Approximately a quarter of respondents said they had to become self-employed and 26% said they had to work at home as a result of their wheelchair use.

The Toyota Mobility Foundation wants to change that—not only through the survey, but also by launching a $4 million global challenge for engineers and designers. Known as the Mobility Unlimited Challenge, it will award $500,000 to five finalists to take their concepts to the prototype stage. It will also award $1 million to help bring the winning product to market. The organization has called for entries to be submitted by August 15, 2018 and plans to unveil the winning concept in Tokyo in 2020.

de los Reyes, who serves as a global ambassador for the challenge, said that the goal is to develop better solutions and to raise greater awareness of the need for innovation. The need to innovate is critically important, he said, not only for the 65 million people worldwide who use wheelchairs, but also for the societies that can benefit by making wheelchair users more productive. “The talent pool of people with disabilities is largely untapped,” he said. “Part of the reason it is untapped is because today’s assistive technologies don’t provide, and sometimes actually prevent, people in wheelchairs from accessing opportunities.”

Beyond the ‘Chair on Wheels’

de los Reyes, who is a wheelchair user, compared the state of innovation in wheelchairs to that of the “horseless carriage” market of the early 1900s. Early automobiles were limited by the vocabulary and mental models surrounding them, he said. Similarly, today’s mobility devices have been limited by the idea that all solutions must involve a “chair on wheels.”

August de los Reyes of Google: “There’s a great opportunity to innovate in this space, whether it’s at the component level, the device level, or in the entire system of transportation.” (Image source: August de los Reyes)

The Mobility Unlimited Challenge will encourage engineers and designers to go beyond such limitations. As such, de los Reyes said, developers are urged to think creatively in the areas of material science, electronics, data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, among others.

“I would challenge them to think outside the box and beyond the chair,” he said. “Even beyond the exoskeleton.”

As potential innovation examples, de los Reyes cited the use of sensors to locate potholes and unexpected curbs on sidewalks, thereby enabling users to steer around those hazards. Also, the development of lighter weight portable ramps could enable wheelchair users to more easily traverse stairways. And better batteries could help cut the weight of wheelchairs. Today, he said, portable ramps weigh upwards of 100 lbs and powered wheelchairs can be 500 lbs.

He encouraged engineers to employ the best tools at their disposal to conjure up newer and better ideas. “Introducing artificial intelligence and machine learning within a system of actuators and motors could provide new opportunities for mobility,” de los Reyes said.

Often, such innovative new ideas end up benefiting everyone, not just those in wheelchairs, de los Reyes said. “If you look at the curb-cuts in cities, people walk their bikes and baby strollers up them,” he said. “Everyone uses them, even though their original intent was for people in wheelchairs.” Similarly, he noted, delivery drivers and countless commuters make wide use of automatic door openers that were originally intended for wheelchair users.

de los Reyes hopes that a new crop of innovative solutions will have a similarly broad benefit. “This is an urgent call for innovation, not only to help the people who can’t access their opportunities, but also to help economic productivity worldwide,” he said.

Senior technical editor Chuck Murray has been writing about technology for 34 years. He joined Design News in 1987, and has covered electronics, automation, fluid power, and auto.

 

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Rize's engineering-grade thermoplastic, Rizium One, in combination with the APD process delivers isotropic parts stronger in the Z-axis than polycarbonate (PC), carbon fiber- and nylon-reinforced parts and twice as strong as ABSplus.


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Parts made with Rizium One do not absorb water, have a high HDT, and can be sterilized using liquid chemical sterilization. They also possess high chemical resistance, including resistance to alcohol, acetone and acid.

Built-in security

Files uploaded onto the Rize One system are securely encrypted. Additionally, parts can be labeled on a designated surface with text or images using Marking Ink. This opens up the possibility of printing secure information onto a functional part, such as with a QR code, which can be scanned and instantly display the corresponding digital information online. Secure digital rights management capabilities ensure traceability, compliance, and authenticity of printed parts.

You can't put an ROI on safety

The Rize One is office-safe. It does not emit harmful particles or compounds, and doesn't require chemical post processing. There are no special facility or disposal requirements for the system or its prints. All materials used in the printing process may be recycled and the system is small enough to fit in a lab or office.

Rize One 3D printer

The first hybrid 3D printer that sustainably delivers the highest strength, safety, security and speed, at the lowest price.

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Contact sales@dynamismpro.com for more information on Rize One, potential applications, and how we can help you integrate this breakthrough technology into your business.

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da Vinci Color

Democratizing Color 3D Printing

The da Vinci Color is the world's first FFF full-color 3D printer which utilizes CMYK Inkjet technology to produce quality full-color 3D prints.

The da Vinci Color is the world's first FFF full-color 3D printer which utilizes CMYK Inkjet technology to produce quality full-color 3D prints.

Millions of Color Combinations
By using CMYK inkjet cartridges to apply color to special color-absorbing PLA filament, colors can be infinitely mixed to create a full spectrum range that is applied during the printing process.
New 3D Color-inkjet PLA Filament
Allows for the absorption of droplets of ink, which enables the da Vinci to apply color. This sturdy material has been designed to deliver consistent print quality.

All New Printing Experience

Incorporates a material inventory detector, allowing filament runout detection with a stop and resume feature to ensure prints don't fail due to material runout.

Incorporates a material inventory detector, allowing filament runout detection with a stop and resume feature to ensure prints don't fail due to material runout.

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Unique Technology
Remarkable inkjet technology provides full-color prints, and provides high-speed and efficient printing. Da Vinci Color prints are water resistant, so there is no need to worry about washing away color.
Automated Maintenance
Take 3D printing automation one step further by using motors to level the print bed automatically. Optional WiFi functionality provides the benefit of slicing and sending print jobs directly from a computer.

Printer Spec

Layer Resolution

100 - 400
microns
Print Dimension

7.9 x 7.9 x 5.9
inches
Print Speed

120
mm / sec

da Vinci Color

The world's first full color FFF 3D printer

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da Vinci Color

The world's first full color FFF 3D printer

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Reduce downtime, stay productive

The Ultimaker Enhanced Service Plan extends and enhances the standard warranty coverage on Ultimaker hardware so you can avoid unbudgeted repair costs and still get the best possible local service from our trained and certified partners.

This peace of mind frees you to do what really matters: manage your business. Because when technology works, business works.

Available for the Ultimaker S5, Ultimaker 3, and Ultimaker 2+ (including Extended models), you get an extra 12 months of warranty for your 3D printer with all repairs and shipping covered.


improved nozzle

Ultimaker S5 Enhanced Service Plan

• 24-month plan
• Parts, labor and shipping costs covered for warrantied issues
• $895


Ultimaker 3 Enhanced Service Plan

• 24-month plan
• Parts, labor and shipping costs covered for warrantied issues
• $695

Ultimaker 2+ Enhanced Service Plan

• 24-month plan
• Parts, labor and shipping costs covered for warrantied issues
• $595


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The support you need

As well as extended coverage for a full two years, the Enhanced Service Plan plan also covers shipping costs which a standard warranty does not. Ultimaker's trained and certified network of local partners is there to support you in your time zone and repair your 3D printer to official guidelines using 100% original Ultimaker parts.


How to order

Existing owners can buy an Enhanced Service Plan for any Ultimaker S5, Ultimaker 3, or Ultimaker 2+ purchased from an official reseller in North America within the last 90 days.


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Unlock Peak Performance with Form Cure

Finely tuned to maximize material properties, simply use the Form Cure's default settings for Standard Resins, or unique recommended settings for optimum performance with all other Formlabs resins. Once time is up, parts are fully cured and ready for their intended application.



Reliable, Professional Post-Curing

Form Cure combines heat and UV light to make sure you get the most out of your 3D prints. An advanced heating system precisely controls temperature up to 80C, 13 multi-directional LEDs emit UV light at the optimal 405 nm wavelength for Formlabs materials, and a turntable provides uniform exposure by rotating the print one revolution per minute.



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Ultimaker Cover/Door Kit

The Ultimaker Cover/Door kit is designed to improve the performance of your 3D printer. It allows you to equip your Ultimaker printer with an enclosure in order to obtain a constant temperature and to facilitate the printing of technical filaments that are subject to warping.
(Please Note: S5 kits only include cover components)

As an added benefit, the kit also protects and secures the printer and its users. The integrated filtration system prevents the release of fine particles and odors emitted during the printing process.


Easy Assembly

Kit Includes: Plexiglas panels, screws, bolts, filter system, HEPA filter, and power cable. Tools required for installation: flat screwdriver for split screw (diameter 2mm), Phillips screwdriver for hexagonal screws (diameter 3mm).



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Ultimaker Breakaway is a support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. Breakaway support is quick to remove and does not need further post-processing for a smooth finish on your 3D print. Designed for a hassle-free 3D printing experience, Breakaway provides good adhesion to ABS, PLA, Nylon, CPE, or CPE+.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker Breakaway
No sanding or waiting for your support material to dissolve, simply print and break it away
Ensures a smooth surface finish on your model
Great results when combined with ABS, PLA, Nylon, CPE, or CPE+
Long shelf life and less moisture sensitive compared to water-soluble support material, such as PVA
Ideal for use with build materials that are sensitive to water

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The new ZMorph VX is the most versatile and practical multitool 3D printer that you can put on a desk. With multiple fabrication methods and dozens of supported materials, ZMorph is designed to be your workhorse, a versatile object making machine and problem solver.


ZMorph Swap

Easy to use, right out of the box.


Autocalibration available right from the touchscreen panel, completely revamped Voxelizer software and workflow switching system designed to interchange toolheads in under a minute. Going from 3D printing to CNC couldn't be easier.


zmorph materials

Multiple materials.


ZMorph's multitool capability allows for use of over 30 types of material. Beyond 3D printing standards - ABS, PLA, HIPS, Nylon - the VX can work with wood, machining wax, EVA foam, MDF, and many more.


Two-material 3D printing that keeps you ahead of the game.

The redesigned Dual Pro Toolhead enables selective two-material 3D printing, color blending, image mapping, printing with PVA water soluble support.


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Improved interface.


Every aspect of the LCD touchscreen interface has been completely redesigned, and combined with firmware improvements to further improve product operation and reliability, and allowing for control without requiring a tether to a PC.


Closed Loop System.


ZMorph’s unique Closed Loop System works like a guard - it monitors the printer and maintains precision at all times, especially when printing at high speeds, or CNC milling with high torque. It’s reliability reimagined.


Heavy duty.

Think built like a tank. A true workhorse, with top quality components, Closed Loop System and construction designed to deliver both high speed during 3D printing and withstand high torque during CNC works.


Meet the new Voxelizer, Zmorph's all-in one software.


Control all Zmorph functionalities with one software. Optimize your models with 3D filters. Make unprintable things printable thanks to smart support structures. Create stunning prints with advanced multi-material algorithms like image mapping. Voxelizer gives you and your ZMorph outstanding possibilities.


Supported.

When purchased from Dynamism, the ZMorph VX includes technical support, and every ZMorph comes with a 12-month manufacturer's warranty (can be extended to 24 months). ZMorph provides tech support and a rich knowledge base with guides, tutorials and more.



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PETG by Village Plastics, produced with a mean diameter of 2.88mm. Recommended for all users.

The key to quality 3D printing filament is consistent diameters and tight tolerances. By using 3-axis laser monitoring for flaw detection that is taking 300 measurements per second per axis, Village Plastics can ensure that they meet these precise requirements. Compare this to most other filament producers using 2-axis monitoring:

laser flaw detection
In the process of inspecting the entire length of filament, upwards of 500,000 measurements are taken and logged. Line, tech, time, settings, material, and measurement information are all stored for traceability.

Features & Benefits:
Excellent layer adhesion
Warp resistance and reduced shrinkage
Chemical resistance to both acidic and alkali compounds
High density
Odorless during printing

Recommended Print Settings:
Optimal Print Temp: 230ºC – 260ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 70ºC – 100º

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Desktop Metal Studio System™

Office-friendly metal printing

Expert​ ​metallurgy​ ​built-in

The Desktop Metal Studio System uses industry standard MIM (Metal Injection Molding) materials. This opens up an ecosystem of high-quality alloys with a mature supply chain and well-studied process controls. Resulting parts can be sintered to 96-99% density, with better than 99% dimensional accuracy with the system’s adaptive furnace profiles.

End-to-end solution
Cloud Connected system automatically determines the ideal thermal profile and part placement, as well as accounting for shrinkage. No dedicated metallurgist is required for furnace operation.
Office-safe
Designed for use in an office environment without PPE or expensive facility installation requirements.
Cost-effective
Initial purchase and facility setup costs up to 10x less than comparable laser-based systems, and cloud-based integrated metallurgy significantly lowers operating costs.
Printer
Unlike laser-based systems that selectively melt metal powder, the printer extrudes bound metal rods—similar to how an FDM printer works. This eliminates the safety requirements often associated with metal 3D printing while enabling new features like the use of closed-cell infill for lightweight strength.
Build area: w 30 d 20 h 20 cm (12 x 8 x 8 in)
Build rate: 16 cm³/hr (1 in³/hr)
Min layer height: 50 µm
Debinder
The debinder prepares green parts for sintering by dissolving primary binder. With a low-emission design, it requires no external ventilation and is safe for an office environment. Automatic fluid distillation and recycling means there is no need to refill between each cycle.
Fluid volume: 17.4 L (4.6 gal) max
Vapor mgmt: no external ventilation required
Footprint: w 74 h 102 d 57 cm (29 x 40 x 23 in)
Furnace
Fully-automated with closed-loop thermal control, the furnace is the first to deliver industrial-strength sintering in an office-friendly package. Built-in profiles are tuned to every build and material to ensure uniform heating and cooling without the residual stresses introduced in laser-based systems.
Gas connection: 2x 900L onboard canisters
Peak temp: 1400 °C (2552 °F)
Footprint: w 138 h 162 d 75 cm (54 x 64 x 30 in)

Build area: w 30 d 20 h 20 cm (12 x 8 x 8 in)
Build rate: 16 cm³/hr (1 in³/hr)
Min layer height: 50 µm
Fluid volume: 17.4 L (4.6 gal) max
Vapor mgmt: no external ventilation required
Footprint: w 74 h 102 d 57 cm (29 x 40 x 23 in)
Gas connection: 2x 900L onboard canisters
Peak temp: 1400 °C (2552 °F)
Footprint: w 138 h 162 d 75 cm (54 x 64 x 30 in)

How it works

1. Prep / Digital model
Proprietary embedded software accepts a variety of formats including but not limited to STL. All equipment can be monitored live via the web-based, remote server that provides total process quality control.
2. Print / Green part
Similar to FDM, the Studio printer shapes a “green” part layer-by-layer by heating and extruding specially formulated bound metal rods. The green part can be sanded by hand easily for light finishing.
3. Debind / Brown part
A portion of the binder is first removed in the included debinding station. The debinding solvent is distilled in a closed loop system and only needs to be supplemented occasionally with a “topping off” quantity.
4. Sinter/ Sintered part
The furnace then heats the part to temperatures near melting, densifying metal powder to 96-99.8%.
5. Post process / Finished part
5. Post process / Finished part
Supports can be removed by hand. The resulting near net shape parts can be welded, bead blasted, or machined for final form, fit, and function.

Separable Supports™

Laser-based systems weld parts to supports, requiring machining or wire EDM to remove the part. The Desktop Metal Studio System has easily hand-separable supports due to the use of a ceramic interface material.

Desktop Metal Studio System

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Color Kit: 16 Colors, a Full Spectrum of Possibilities
The first integrated color mixing solution for stereolithography, the Formlabs Color Kit enables 3D printing in 16 colors without the manual work of finishing and painting. Field test product concepts more quickly with 3D prints that fit their environment.

How it works
1. Select a recipe: Formlabs has tested 16 colors that you can find recipes for on our website. Choose the best one for your project.
2. Add Color Pigment to Color Base: Follow the recipe to measure the appropriate amount of Pigment and add it to your Base cartridge.
3. Shake: Mix your Color Resin thoroughly by shaking the cartridge.
4. Print: Insert the cartridge into your Form 2 3D printer as usual and print!

Part of the Form X Platform
Form X is Formlabs’ experimental product platform. Form X showcases innovative tools, materials, and approaches, for advanced users who want to explore the boundaries of what’s possible with desktop stereolithography.
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HIPS by Village Plastics, produced with a mean diameter of 2.88mm. Recommended for all users.

The key to quality 3D printing filament is consistent diameters and tight tolerances. By using 3-axis laser monitoring for flaw detection that is taking 300 measurements per second per axis, Village Plastics can ensure that they meet these precise requirements. Compare this to most other filament producers using 2-axis monitoring:

laser flaw detection
In the process of inspecting the entire length of filament, upwards of 500,000 measurements are taken and logged. Line, tech, time, settings, material, and measurement information are all stored for traceability.

Features & Benefits:
Durable
Flexible
Economical
Heat resistant
Can be sanded or painted
Can be used as support with ABS

Recommended Print Settings:
Optimal Print Temp: 230ºC – 250ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 110ºC
PEI film recommended
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Office-friendly 3D printer, industrial-class results

Meet the easy-to-use desktop 3D printer with a large build volume that delivers accurate, industrial-grade parts, time and again.

Built to run continuously and maximize uptime, Ultimaker S5 combines dual extrusion, advanced connectivity, and an open filament system – ready to make 3D printing accessible for even more applications, from rapid prototyping to creating on-demand tooling and end-use parts.
Scale up with powerful 3D printing

A large build volume for a desktop 3D printer lets you print bigger models, or put multiple parts on a single build plate so you can meet demand with maximum efficiency.
Design freedom for even more applications

Print with a wide range of engineering materials and easy-to-remove support. Ultimaker’s dual-extrusion technology enables designers and engineers to create complex geometries, for applications from prototyping to manufacturing aids and end-use parts.
Reliability from first layer to finished part

Enhanced multi-point bed leveling ensures a perfect first layer by compensating for slight variations in build plate topography, and sensors monitor material flow while printing – so you can trust the S5 to do its job while you do yours.
Easy control at your fingertips

Touchscreen control, swappable print cores, and notifications to your desktop or the new Ultimaker app all help make operating the Ultimaker S5 easy, so there’s no need for training.This is powerful 3D printing, without the hassle.

Reliability at scale



Every day, hundreds of thousands of engineers, designers, architects, and medical professionals around the world rely on Ultimaker 3D printers for their work. Ultimaker S5 takes this dependability and performance to the next level with a range of new and refined features.
Bigger build volume

A build volume of 330 x 240 x 300 mm (13 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches) is the biggest yet in an Ultimaker 3D printer, but still fits comfortably on your desk.Thoroughly tested printing profiles in our Ultimaker Cura software, smart printer features, and a new material option –Tough PLA – ensure great results and unparalleled ease of use even with large prints.
Improved printing environment

Glass doors help control airflow inside the printer for even better print quality and reliability, as well as providing added safety. A new anodized aluminum build plate also gives a more reliable printing experience for engineering materials and a more consistent surface finish on the base of your model. A glass plate is also included.
Enhanced first-layer adhesion

A quality 3D printed part is built on a good first layer, which needs a level bed. The Ultimaker S5 print head’s capacitive sensor scans the build plate at multiple points and compensates for any tiny variations in its surface by adjusting the Z-axis height in your print’s first layers, ensuring your print starts perfectly, time and again.
Filament flow sensor

Ultimaker S5 detects if you need to replenish filament during a print, pauses, and notifies you to add more material before resuming. The result? You can still finish a print even if you run out of material – and more successful prints means greater return on your investment, and increased efficiency.
Dual extrusion for complex designs
Ultimaker’s dual-extrusion technology is the most reliable on the market, enabling you to print in two materials or colors. Print with Nylon, CPE, or PLA combined with water-soluble PVA support material to realize complex, technical models, then simply dissolve away supports to leave a flawless surface finish.
Fast, customizable setup with print cores
Material-matching print cores with built-in EEPROM chips are auto-detected by the printer, minimizing downtime during configuration. Swap print cores in seconds to switch from a build and support material combination to dual-color 3D printing. Print cores are available in a range of nozzle sizes, from 0.8 mm for rapid prints down to 0.25 mm for fine detail.
Productivity has never been easier
A 4.7-inch (11.9 cm) touch display makes operation effortless, with images to help explain how to configure the printer, plus a visual preview of your print. Ultimaker S5 is designed for an easy user experience in every way, with the power adapter now integrated into the printer for easier installation, especially when placed on a rack.
Discover a seamless, end-to-end 3D printing work flow

Materials to suit your needs



Whether you need quick and simple concept models, strong tooling ready for the wear and tear of the production line, or parts with special resistant properties, it’s all possible with Ultimaker materials. Or take advantage of the Ultimaker S5’s open filament system for a custom material solution.
PLA
Ultimaker PLA (polylactic acid) yields excellent surface quality and detail, producing consistent, reliable results. Create high-resolution concept models, choose from a wide range of color options, and achieve astonishing complexity with water-soluble PVA support structures.

Supported material combinations



Ultimaker S5


Powerful. Reliable. Versatile.

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PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is a water soluble support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. With a good thermal stability, Ultimaker PVA is ideal for printing complex models that require supports for large overhangs, deep internal cavities, and intricate geometries. Designed for a seamless 3D printing experience, PVA provides good adhesion to both PLA and Nylon. Available in 350g and 750g spools.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker PVA
Good thermal stability resulting in better degradation resistance compared to other PVA filaments
Less moisture sensitive than other PVA filaments
Great adhesion to both PLA and Nylon
Safe dissolution in tap water (no harmful chemicals required)
Biodegradable with no hazardous by-products
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ABS by Village Plastics, produced with a mean diameter of 2.88mm. Recommended for Intermediate-level users. Recommended for intermediate users.

The key to quality 3D printing filament is consistent diameters and tight tolerances. By using 3-axis laser monitoring for flaw detection that is taking 300 measurements per second per axis, Village Plastics can ensure that they meet these precise requirements. Compare this to most other filament producers using 2-axis monitoring:

laser flaw detection
In the process of inspecting the entire length of filament, upwards of 500,000 measurements are taken and logged. Line, tech, time, settings, material, and measurement information are all stored for traceability.

Features & Benefits:
Resilient
Heat resistance
Durable
Mild flexibility
Can be post-processed by sanding or acetone treatment

Recommended Print Settings:
Optimal Print Temp: 230ºC – 250ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 100-110ºC

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PLA by Village Plastics, produced with a mean diameter of 2.88mm. Recommended for all users.

The key to quality 3D printing filament is consistent diameters and tight tolerances. By using 3-axis laser monitoring for flaw detection that is taking 300 measurements per second per axis, Village Plastics can ensure that they meet these precise requirements. Compare this to most other filament producers using 2-axis monitoring:

laser flaw detection
In the process of inspecting the entire length of filament, upwards of 500,000 measurements are taken and logged. Line, tech, time, settings, material, and measurement information are all stored for traceability.

Features & Benefits:
Bio-friendly
Easy to use
Minimal warping and shrinking
Can be painted

Recommended Print Settings:
Optimal Print Temp: 195ºC – 215ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 60ºC
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PolyLite™ by Polymaker offers excellent 3D printing performance, a vibrant palette of colors, and will become your affordable, go-to choice. This premium filament 3D prints reliably and has minimal warping and shrinking compared to other materials, perfect for applications featuring flat surfaces and hard angles, or requiring tight tolerances for fit.
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Polylactide, also known as Polylactic Acid, is a thermoplastic synthesized from organic sugars. PLA has become the most common material for 3D filaments due to its ecofriendliness and ease of use. PLA maintains several desirable properties for 3D printing such as a low melting temperature and glass transition temperature. As a result, PLA offers a high level of detail and exceptional print quality.
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The Functional Rigid Filament
Tired of fragile 3D printed parts? Armadillo 3D printing filament is a perfect alternative to some of the most common rigid materials on the market.

Armadillo filament is a high performing rigid material, providing 90% higher abrasion resistance than nylon materials. Its toughness ratings are superior to commonly used materials, 86 times greater than that of ABS. It is an excellent material to use for bridging, with virtually no warping issues.

When you need a rigid product that can withstand wear and tear, the Armadillo resistance to fracturing makes it a perfect replacement. Suggested applications include braces, fasteners, gears, and protective covers.

Key Features:
► Shore Hardness = 75D
► Excellent bridging capabilities and virtually no warping
► Abrasion resistance 84% better than PLA and 60% better than ABS
► Chemical resistance to many materials, including naphtha, ASTM Oils #1-3, petroleum and freon
► Consistent diameter and material properties providing reliable, high quality prints
► No heated bed required. Build platform requires same prep as PLA
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The Industrial Grade Flexible Filament
Cheetah™ flexible filament is the fastest and easiest to print flexible filament on the market. The focus in development of this material was on optimizing the user experience. The result is a filament that is printable across all types of desktop 3D printers at ABS and PLA speeds, many times twice the speed of other flexible materials on the market.

Cheetah filament possesses industry leading durability along with impact strength 84% greater than ABS. The abrasion resistance is also second only to NinjaTek’s Armadillo product, making Cheetah the perfect blend of speed, toughness and strength. Suggested applications include seals, plugs, hinges, sleeves, snap-fit parts.

Key Features:
► Shore Hardness = 95A
► Prints at speeds greater than 60 mm/s with standard ABS settings
► Significantly greater impact strength than all widely used materials – 84% greater than ABS!
► Industry leading toughness and durability to ensure longevity in printed parts
► Abrasion resistance 40% better than ABS and 76% better than PLA
► 580% elongation capabilities improve ability to withstand wear and tear
► Patented low friction exterior allows for smooth feeding
► Chemical resistance to many materials, including: naphtha, ASTM Oils #1-3, petroleum and freon
► Consistent diameter and material properties providing reliable, high quality prints
► REACH and RoHS 2002/95/EC Directive compliant

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Polypropylene (often abbreviated as "PP") is one of the most widely used plastics on the planet. It's a favorite of engineers and manufacturers worldwide, covering a wide range of applications. With its toughness and exceptional fatigue resistance, it is the go-to material for creating functional prototypes and durable end-use parts. Since it has a low density, it can be used to create lightweight parts with a high strength-to-weight ratio.

Polypropylene also has excellent temperature, electrical, and chemical resistance. It can take temperatures up to 105°C, can be used as an electrical insulator, and can stand a wide range of bases and acids - including industrial cleaning agents. PP is also semi-flexible, translucent, and has low friction and smooth surfaces, making it suitable for producing everything from electrical components to living hinges.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker Polypropylene
Durable with high toughness and fatigue resistance (PP retains its shape after torsion, bending, and/or flexing)
Low friction and smooth surfaces
Good heat resistance (up to 105°C)
Semi-flexible
Chemical resistance to a wide range of bases and acids, including industrial cleaning agents
High electrical resistance makes it a good electrical insulator
Very resistant to moisture
Translucent
Low density resulting in lightweight parts (high strength-to- weight ratio)
Excellent layer bonding
Adequate bed adhesion and low warping when using Advanced 3D Printing Kit adhesion sheets
Recyclable, for low environmental impact

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Highly versatile for industrial applications, TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) filament is the go-to choice for a wide array of manufacturing projects that demand the qualities of both rubber and plastic. Designed for 3D printing consistency, TPU 95A is a semi-flexible and chemical resistant filament with strong layer bonding. In addition, it is easier and faster to print than other TPU filaments.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker TPU 95A Exceptional wear and tear resistance
High impact strength
Shore-A hardness of 95
Up to 580% elongation at break
Good corrosion resistance to many common industrial oils and chemicals
Engineered for a fast and seamless 3D printing experience
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Used by many manufacturers worldwide, Nylon (polyamide) is well known for its impressive durability, high strength-to- weight ratio, flexibility, low friction, and corrosion resistance. Its ability to withstand significant mechanical stress makes it a great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker Nylon
Industrial-grade impact and abrasion resistance
Durable
High strength-to-weight ratio
Low friction coefficient
Good corrosion resistance to alkalis and organic chemicals
Reduced humidity absorption when compared to other Nylon filaments
Seamless 3D printing experience
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With Ultimaker PC (polycarbonate) filament, you can print strong and tough parts that retain dimensional stability when subjected to temperatures as high as 110 C. Ultimaker PC is a perfect filament for printing molds, tools, functional prototypes and parts for short-run manufacturing.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker PC
High toughness, especially for the non-transparent filament options
Resists temperatures and retains form up to 110 C
Flame retardant characteristics
Dimensionally stable
Strong inter-layer bonding capabilities, especially when using the front door add-on
Good bed adhesion, especially when using the adhesion stickers supplied in the Advanced 3D Printing Kit
Allows printing of translucent parts for lighting applications with a transparent filament option
Engineered to be printed at moderate temperatures compared to other PC filaments
Minimized warping provides a seamless 3D printing experience

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CPE (co-polyester) materials are chemical resistant, tough, and demonstrate good dimensional stability. It is a preferred choice for both functional prototypes and mechanical parts. While both CPE and CPE+ provide similar performance characteristics, CPE+ provides the added benefit of higher temperature resistance and increased impact strength.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker CPE Family
Excellent chemical resistance
Excellent toughness and dimensional stability
Good inter-layer adhesion, especially when using the Advanced Printing Kit
Low levels of ultrafine particles (UFPs) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
Ideal for short run manufacturing and functional prototypes
Transparent filament option available

Differences between Ultimaker CPE and CPE+
CPE is available in a wide range of colors to choose from, including grayscale for more professional looking models
CPE’s tensile and flexural strength are higher, whilst CPE+ is formulated to be up to 10 times tougher
CPE+ features a temperature resistance of up to 100 ºC, while CPE is only resistant up to 70 ºC
CPE has a better build plate adhesion than CPE+, but this can be helped by using the adhesion stickers supplied in the Advanced 3D Printing Kit
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Used by an array of industries worldwide, ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is known for its exceptional mechanical properties. Specifically formulated to minimize warping and ensure consistent inter-layer adhesion, Ultimaker ABS allows the creation of functional prototypes and complex end-use parts with ease.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker ABS
Excellent mechanical properties
Excellent inter-layer adhesion, especially when using the Advanced Printing Kit
Withstands temperatures up to 85 ºC
Great for exceptionally strong prototypes or end-use parts
Achieves nicer aesthetics compared to other ABS filaments
Formulated for an easy 3D printing experience with minimal warping and good bed adhesion

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Ultimaker PLA (polylactic acid) filament provides a no-hassle 3D printing experience thanks to its reliability and good surface quality. Ultimaker PLA is made from organic and renewable sources. It’s safe, easy to print with and it serves a wide range of applications for both novice and advanced users.

Reasons to choose Ultimaker PLA
Good tensile strength
Good surface quality
Easy to work with at high print speeds
User-friendly for both home and office environments
Allows the creation of high-resolution parts
Ideal for concept models and prototypes that require aesthetic detail
Great for lost casting methods to create metal parts

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ColorFabb developed its own unique blend of PLA/PHA which results in a tougher and less brittle PLA 3D printing filament. Like PLA, PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoate) is a bio-polyester, so this unique blend is still 100% biodegradable.
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High Temperature Resistance
One of ColorFabb HT’s biggest assets is its elevated heat resistance temperature of 100C. This means your co-polyester creations can finally withstand heat without deforming, opening up new areas in which 3D printed applications can be successfully applied.

Tough Material = Tough Parts
ColorFabb HT is made with Amphora HT5300 and is a low-odor and Styrene-free material uniquely suited for advanced 3D printing users, particularly those who need their models to exhibit excellent durability, toughness, and high temperature resistance, enabled by Eastman Tritan™ copolyester technology. ColorFabb HT empowers professional users to create more durable and useful items, making prototyping truly functional.
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nGen Flex was developed with Eastman chemical company. Based on their work with co-polyesters, nGen Flex makes a very compatible material with other Amphora grade materials (nGen, XT, HT). This means you can expect to mix both materials with good adhesion properties to truly form a dual-extruded model. With just the right amount of flex, nGen Flex is best described as a semi-flexible material.

Flexible and Tough
Printed in single perimeters and with very little or no infill, objects will feel quite flexible. When printed with multiple perimeters and more infill, objects will be very firm and tough. The material is rated at a shore hardness of 95A.

Temperature Resistance
nGen Flex is temperature resistant to about 130C. That means 3D printed objects can be steam sterilized at 121C, which is a great asset for medical and laboratory environments.


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ColorFabb XT is made with Amphora AM1800 and has a unique formulation for 3D Printing that features excellent properties resulting in high strength and very high toughness, odor Neutral processing, High Tg, and improved temperature resistance. It's made with a styrene-free formulation, is FDA food contact compliant, and BPA (Bisphenol A ) free. XT allows users to produce 3D printed functional products in a safe way. Start printing your own functional and engineering parts now!
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Reliable
nGen is a true all-around material suitable for most day to day 3D printing activities. At the core of its reliability is the special chemical composition of the Eastman Amphora™ AM3300 3D polymer, which results in a good melt stability. From pellet to filament to 3D print, nGen retains its material properties very well, meaning more stable results with less waste of time and material.

Printable
nGen is a high quality filament made from Eastman Amphora™ AM3300 3D polymer. It exhibits advanced overhang ability, excellent looks, and large printing temperature range—empowering users to create durable and useful items. With the unique combination of a low processing temperature and an elevated temperature resistance (85C), nGen can quickly print creations that are functional, durable, efficient, and attractive.
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All of the filament, parts, and accessories needed for operating your MakerGear M3 3D printer
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Increased speed

With an improved Handheld HD scanning mode, capturing 3D scan details at high scanning speed is possible. Equipped with a new generation of HD scanning technology, EinScan Pro+ offers an enhanced Handheld HD scanning mode by implementing an intensive line-scanning strategy, allowing for data capture at 550,000 points per second.

 
increased speed

Highly versatile for many applications

Watertight models can be exported directly for 3D printing, or output unclosed 3D models for reverse engineering and further revision in 3D modeling software.

 
high versatility

Multiple scan modes

With the available accessories, EinScan Pro+ is capable of scanning in five different scan modes. By itself, the scanner is able to perform the Handheld Rapid scan function, which is ideal for larger models with rich features that don’t require high precision or accuracy. Handheld HD scan mode uses sticker targets applied to the object being scanned, allowing it to align reference points and capture details to within .1mm accuracy.

 
multiple modes

Accessories offer more

The optional Industrial Pack provides a turntable, and tripod for additional scan modes. Using the turntable and tripod, Einscan Pro+ can scan smaller objects (50-150mm) automatically in high detail by rotating the object in small increments. Free Scan mode is done using only the tripod, and is best suited for highly detailed objects that are light weight and easy to move around during the scan process, allowing the alignment of various features to be meshed into a single model. Rapid Registration scan mode applies the same reference point approach as HD Scan mode, but significantly increases scan speed, making it ideal for large objects with few surface features. The optional Color Pack adds full color texture scanning to capture objects in vivid color (not compatible with HD scan mode).

 
color scan

Bigger is better

EinScan Pro+ recalibrates scanning range by using a new 300 x 170mm (11.8 x 6.69in) single-side scanning range. The overall area of a single scanning frame is enlarged 1.6 times. Handheld scanning speed for large-size objects has been considerably increased, which makes scanning large objects more efficient.

 
big scan

Specifications



          EinScan SE/SP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Each scan generates a high-quality 3D data file

Structured light 3D scanning technology allows for detailed reconstruction of an object's real geometry.
Please Note: For transparent, reflective, or dark objects, a surface treatment such as spray powder will be needed to capture surface features.

 

Easily output to formats compatible for 3D printing

Auto-meshing to watertight models allows for easy export of high quality 3D data which can be printed on any 3D printer.

 

Less hassle with automatic software

Features such as automatic calibration, one-click scanning, auto-alignment and fusion for direct mesh generation mean less time setting up and more time scanning.

 

Direct upload for online file saving and data sharing

Sketchfab integration with scanning software provides the opportunity for simple uploading and file sharing for users.

 

Easier operation, faster scanning, and enhanced efficiency

Time required for a single scan: EinScan-SE 8 seconds, EinScan-SP 4 seconds
Time required for a 360-degree scan using auto-scan mode: EinScan-SE 2 minutes, EinScan-SP 1 minute
Single shot accuracy: EinScan-SE .1mm, EinScan-SP .05mm

 

Specifications



          Ultimaker 3 Extended      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ultimaker 3 Family

Brand new.

The Ultimaker 3 Extended is an entirely new, industrial-grade large format 3D printer designed from the ground up by Ultimaker. Innovations in Ultimaker 3 result in true design and build freedom. And, the Ultimaker 3 Extended allows complex geometries and mixed materials, all with minimal user intervention.

 

Dual.

Ultimaker 3 Print Cores

A completely redesigned extrusion system allows sophisticated dual material printing. 

The Ultimaker 3 Extended goes beyond simple dual-extrusion with swappable print cores (within each extruder) that best performance based for each material being used, and an innovative industrial design that moves the unused nozzle out of the way during printing. All aspects of the print, from the specific print core, to the material being used, are automatically recognized by the Ultimaker 3’s software (Cura), which prints at optimal settings for any scenario.

 

 

 

 

 

You can combine build and water-soluble support materials to achieve superior surface finish and complex geometries with ease. Or, use multiple colors to create a unique look without the need for paint. The print core system allows for faster material swaps and a greater ease of use. And the print core’s customized internal geometry allows for cores optimized for both build and support material. This redesign allows for fewer clogs and greater reliability. Spend more time printing! 

 

Optimized.

It's a new printer that's built on Ultimaker's considerable experience. The cooling system has been optimized for greater efficiency: increased cooling, decreased noise. LED indicators on the swappable cores indicate potential issues and alert the user that intervention may be necessary. New NFC-enhanced material spools tell the printer what you're planning to build with, and extensively tested and optimized materials profiles in the software (Cura) make automatic settings adjustments to allow for a more consistent and high-quality result. A redesigned build platform features several improvements: it's lighter and stiffer; reducing vibrations and improving print quality. An active assisted-leveling system allows for minute Z-adjustments in the first ten layers of your build, creating the best base for your print and helping to ensure success all the way up.

 

Industrial-grade materials.

A wide range of materials are available from Ultimaker, allowing you to select what's best for your application. Nylon, PLA, ABS, CPE, and PVA are available at launch. And, CPE+, PC, and TPU95A are coming.

 

 

 

 

 

Simply connected.

Communicate with your Ultimaker 3 Extended via wifi or LAN, or use the USB port to print from the included 16gb USB stick. (Note that direct printing from computer to printer via USB is not supported). And, monitor the ongoing print using the integrated live camera simply by connecting your Ultimaker 3 Extended to your network.


          Ultimaker 3      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ultimaker 3 Family

Brand new.

The Ultimaker 3 is an entirely new, industrial-grade large format 3D printer designed from the ground up by Ultimaker. Innovations in Ultimaker 3 result in true design and build freedom. And, the Ultimaker 3 allows complex geometries and mixed materials, all with minimal user intervention.

 

Dual.

Ultimaker 3 Print Cores

A completely redesigned extrusion system allows sophisticated dual material printing. 

The Ultimaker 3 goes beyond simple dual-extrusion with swappable print cores (within each extruder) that best performance based for each material being used, and an innovative industrial design that moves the unused nozzle out of the way during printing. All aspects of the print, from the specific print core, to the material being used, are automatically recognized by the Ultimaker 3’s software (Cura), which prints at optimal settings for any scenario.

 

 

 

 

 

You can combine build and water-soluble support materials to achieve superior surface finish and complex geometries with ease. Or, use multiple colors to create a unique look without the need for paint. The print core system allows for faster material swaps and a greater ease of use. And the print core’s customized internal geometry allows for cores optimized for both build and support material. This redesign allows for fewer clogs and greater reliability. Spend more time printing! 

 

Optimized.

It's a new printer that's built on Ultimaker's considerable experience. The cooling system has been optimized for greater efficiency: increased cooling, decreased noise. LED indicators on the swappable cores indicate potential issues and alert the user that intervention may be necessary. New NFC-enhanced material spools tell the printer what you're planning to build with, and extensively tested and optimized materials profiles in the software (Cura) make automatic settings adjustments to allow for a more consistent and high-quality result. A redesigned build platform features several improvements: it's lighter and stiffer; reducing vibrations and improving print quality. An active assisted-leveling system allows for minute Z-adjustments in the first ten layers of your build, creating the best base for your print and helping to ensure success all the way up.

 

Industrial-grade materials.

A wide range of materials are available from Ultimaker, allowing you to select what's best for your application. Nylon, PLA, ABS, CPE, CPE+, Polycarbonate, TPU95A, and Polypropylene are all options for build material, while Breakaway and PVA are options for support material.

 

 

 

 

 

Simply connected.

Communicate with your Ultimaker 3 via wifi or LAN, or use the USB port to print from the included 16gb USB stick. (Note that direct printing from computer to printer via USB is not supported). And, monitor the ongoing print using the integrated live camera simply by connecting your Ultimaker 3 to your network.


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Formlabs Form 2

The most advanced desktop SLA 3D printer ever created

Incorporating numerous improvements over the Form 1 and the Form 1+, the Form 2 brings professional 3D printing to your desktop.


Build volume has been increased and a more powerful laser utilized. The print process has been improved. A next-generation resin system ensures worry-free printing no matter how large the object. And enhanced connectivity options allow remote monitoring and intervention.


Incredible resolution, high-quality finish

The Form 2 uses a narrower and more powerful laser than the Form 1+ and build space has been increased by 40% (to 145 x 145 x 175 mm), allowing you to create objects of remarkable size and detail - with a minimum layer thickness of 25 microns.



Advanced
materials system

The redesigned resin system features a slide peel mechanism and heated resin tray, reducing inconsistency and improving reliability whether you're printing a functional part or a sculptural piece. The cartridge-based system automatically dispenses resin based on the size of your print, eliminating the need to pause and refill.


Resin Tank

Removable Resin Tanks make storing and swapping resin simple. They're stackable and they block light, prolonging the life of your material, and hold your resin at 35 °C when in use - optimal for a successful print.


Resin Library

A full range of standard, functional, and the new biocompatible Dental SG resin ensures there's a Formlabs material that's right for your project. Formlabs Resin Cartridges are equipped with an ID chip that allows you to track your resin supplies and usage via the Printer Dashboard. Want to experiment with third-party resins? Use Open Mode and you're free to do so.


Touch panel

An onboard touch-screen display allows for complete control of the Form 2 - no need for a tethered computer.



WiFi

WiFi connectivity allows you to send prints to the Form 2 directly from your computer, without using USB. Remote monitoring via your Formlabs Printer Dashboard will alert you when a print is completed, allows you to manage your print queue, and pause or resume an in-progress print.



Formlabs Form 2

Everything needed to start printing, in one package

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          Koil (NEW)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As 3D printing continues its rapid adoption across all industries, there is a growing concern for the resulting waste generated within the industry. We've partnered with Keene Village Plastics to address some of this with their latest innovation in material delivery, spool-less filament Koils.

By using a 3D printed two piece master spool developed by Slant 3D, Koils can be shipped without the spool and loaded onto a master spool. After a Koil is finished, rather than being left with an empty spool that needs to be recycled, more Koils can be easily reloaded. In addition to reducing waste, costs are also reduced in production and shipment of Koils, providing a lower overall price. Master Slant Spools are available for purchase, or can be freely downloaded and printed under Creative Commons License.

Koil loading instructions Download Link

SlantSpool 6 Inch (750g Koil) File Download Link
SlantSpool 8 Inch (1kg Koil) File Download Link
SlantSpool 10.5 Inch (5lb Koil) File Download Link

SlantSpool design courtesy of www.slant3d.com
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Matter and Form V2

3D Scanner

Designed to transform beginners to professionals, the V2 is the next evolution of desktop 3D scanning. Unlock your potential with a 3D scanner powered by MFStudio, and experience the rewarding feeling of watching your real life objects become digitized before your eyes.

MFStudio software
Your hardware is only as good as the software that runs it. MFStudio has been designed over 5 years with the help of the backers and users. It's a powerful software tool that lets you fly through projects with ease. Enjoy total control over your scanning setup to achieve great results. Resourceful users will be able to create something spectacular.

+Quickscan feature included
Turbo boost your V2 scanner with the +Quickscan feature for MFStudio. +Quickscan provides complete geometry scans in as fast as 65 seconds. This feature delivers game-changing speeds and real-time feedback, giving you license to scan freely without having to wait.
3D printing's perfect pair
The perfect 3D printing companion, the V2 is designed to integrate seamlessly into your workflow. Simply scan, mesh and export your creation, to be used with any 3D printer in the world.
Sleek, foldable, portable
Designed to slide smoothly into your workspace. Keep your scanner and workspace neat and clean with an integrated case that protects both the turntable and the camera. Simply fold up the base when not in use. No other protective or storage case needed.

For art and design

Start introducing digital techniques into your creative process. Whether you are new to 3D, or a digital pro, the V2 can open up your possibilities. Build an intuitive bridge between the physical and virtual mediums to diversify your process.

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For archiving and research
A new way to analyze. Preserve artifacts and share real metrics with digital archiving. Open up opportunities with interactive, tactile learning experiences. Preserve and promote cultural heritage with 21st century technology.
For education in 3D
Bring arts, sciences, and technology together with project-based learning using 3D scanning. The diverse applications of 3D scanning allow a unique, practical method of inquiry into core disciplinary topics. Students working with 3D printers now have the speed, accuracy, and ownership to extend their ideas further.

Matter and Form V2
3D Scanner

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Matter and Form V2
3D Scanner
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Even Better.

Based on the award-winning Ultimaker 2 and featuring all the latest innovations and understanding of desktop 3D printing, the Ultimaker 2 Extended+ is one of the most advanced, precise, and reliable large-format desktop 3D printers around.


improved nozzle

Swappable nozzle, greater control.

Easily switch between 0.25, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8 mm nozzles for greater detail or faster print speed.


advanced feeder

Geared feeder, increased reliability.

The innovative feeder allows you to easily swap filament and choose the correct pressure for your filament.


improved cooling

Optimized airflow, smoother prints.

The new fancaps ensure the airflow is aimed perfectly below the nozzle and equally from both sides.


World class specs. Incredible speed & accuracy.

Highest speed & accuracy possible on any desktop 3D printer. Ultimaker 2 Extended+ is unmatched with its print speed of up to 300mm/s and 0.02mm layer resolution.


Biggest build ratio. Small footprint, large build volume.

Industry leading print-to-size ratio.


Low cost material. Open filament system.

The material you use to print is very low cost. Unlike some competitors the Ultimaker uses an open filament system, which allows you to choose and swap out any filament type.


          Ultimaker 2+      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 

Even Better.

Based on the award-winning Ultimaker 2 and featuring all the latest innovations and understanding of desktop 3D printing, the Ultimaker 2+ is one of the most advanced, precise, and reliable desktop 3D printers around.


improved nozzle

Swappable nozzle, greater control.

Easily switch between 0.25, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8 mm nozzles for greater detail or faster print speed.


advanced feeder

Geared feeder, increased reliability.

The innovative feeder allows you to easily swap filament and choose the correct pressure for your filament.


improved cooling

Optimized airflow, smoother prints.

The new fancaps ensure the airflow is aimed perfectly below the nozzle and equally from both sides.


World class specs. Incredible speed & accuracy.

Highest speed & accuracy possible on any desktop 3D printer. Ultimaker 2+ is unmatched with its print speed of up to 300mm/s and 0.02mm layer resolution.


Biggest build ratio. Small footprint, large build volume.

Industry leading print-to-size ratio.


Low cost material. Open filament system.

The material you use to print is very low cost. Unlike some competitors the Ultimaker uses an open filament system, which allows you to choose and swap out any filament type.


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Nylon by Village Plastics, produced with a mean diameter of 2.88mm. Recommended for intermediate users.

The key to quality 3D printing filament is consistent diameters and tight tolerances. By using 3-axis laser monitoring for flaw detection that is taking 300 measurements per second per axis, Village Plastics can ensure that they meet these precise requirements. Compare this to most other filament producers using 2-axis monitoring:

laser flaw detection
In the process of inspecting the entire length of filament, upwards of 500,000 measurements are taken and logged. Line, tech, time, settings, material, and measurement information are all stored for traceability.

Features & Benefits:
Excellent dimensional stability
Highly abrasion resistant
Chemical resistance
Exceptional tensile strength
Very low friction coefficient
High flexibility

Recommended Print Settings:
Optimal Print Temp: 245ºC – 280ºC
Optimal Bed Temp: 110ºC – 120º
PEI film and enclosure recommended
          3D Printers Get a Fuel Gauge: Adding a Filament Scale to OctoPrint      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

It seems a simple enough concept: as a 3D printer consumes filament, the spool becomes lighter. If you weighed an empty spool, and subtracted that from the weight of the in-use spool, you’d know how much filament you had left. Despite being an easy way to get a “fuel gauge” on a desktop 3D printer, it isn’t something we often see on DIY machines, much less consumer hardware. But with this slick hack from [Victor Noordhoek] as inspiration, it might become a bit more common.

He’s designed a simple filament holder which mounts on top of an HX711 load cell, …read more


          3D-PRINTER training at SGSITS by industry experts      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
With over thousands different 3D printer models available on the market today, Which 3D Printer should I buy? is one of the most common questions we are asked at DAuto.Together with our customers, we found the following parameters to help the user experience of a range of 3D printers: print quality, build quality, reliability, ease of use, print failure rate, customer service, community, running...
           3D-printed nerve stem cells could help patch up spinal cord injuries       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A 3D-printed device, loaded with neuronal stem cells, that can be implanted into an injured spinal ...#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Spinal injuries can be like downed power lines – even if everything on either side of the injury is perfectly functional, the break can effectively shut down the whole system. Now, researchers at the University of Minnesota have designed a device that could link everything back together again. A silicone guide, covered in 3D-printed neuronal stem cells, can be implanted into the injury site, where it grows new connections between remaining nerves to let patients regain some motor control.

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          Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market by Manufacturers, Types, Regions and Application & Forecast to 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 10, 2018 ) Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market report is replete with detailed analysis from a thorough research, especially on questions that border on market size, development environment, futuristic developments, operation situation, pathways and trend of Material…
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I need a 3d helmet rescaled, printed and painted. (Budget: $25 - $50 USD, Jobs: 3D Animation, 3D Design, 3D Modelling, 3D Rendering, Graphic Design)
          Comment on 3D printing, GitHub, and PDM erosion by Ray      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This is a good printer named <a href="http://geeksready.com/http-canon-com-ijsetup/" rel="nofollow">canon pixma mx922 all in one printer </a> I especially like the dual paper trays, small size, and speed at which it prints both documents and photos.
          Principal 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with both internal and external key stakeholders to improve the product....
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          Senior 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with customers and our internal testing department to improve the product....
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          Facebook Confirms Ban On 3D-Printed Guns Files      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Facebook has confirmed blocking blueprints for making 3D guns across its platforms, including Messenger and Instagram, amid the court battle between the U.S. federal government and 3d-print gun enthusiasts looking to publish the code online. “Sharing instructions on how to print firearms using 3D printers is not allowed under our Community Standards. “In line with […]

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          Anycubic Chiron Extruder Fan Duct (Front and Rear)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

This is my first success customized 3D model.
This duct is suitable for the original 40x40x10mm fan on Anycubic Chiron and should be able to eliminate the "hair" coming out on the left side of the 3D print due to the original fan duct is blowing in one direction only.

Moreover, the leveling sensor can still be installed while using this duct.


          Graef Futura F1 knife holder      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

This is a part of a Graef Futura slicing machine for food (bread slicer). The part is installed between drive and cutting knife and was broken. The 3D printed part works very well. Maybe someone out there needs this to for his/her slicer :).

The Part should fit for the Greaf Futura F1, F5, F6 and F20.


          Creating Physical Objects With 3D Printers to Stimulate Reminiscing for Memory Loss [2 R44 AG049548-02A1]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Condition:   Dementia
Interventions:   Behavioral: 3D-RT;   Behavioral: RT-Verbal
Sponsors:   Moai Technologies LLC;   St. Louis University;   University of Montana
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          What happened to a 3D printed gun at the range      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
On the range, we set up several cameras to see what would happen as Prince put that pistol in a vise and tied a string around the trigger to pull it from a distance.
        

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Berita Terkini dari ANTARA

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I like Valplast partials. I don’t enjoy adjusting them though. Enter Arfona.  The r.Pod is a FDM (Hot Glue Gun on steroids) 3D Printer that can print in 2 different materials. Up until now we have been limited by very brittle and weak materials using resin based printers. But FDM can print anything, wood, concrete…

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          Inside Belkin, Part 1: A Slideshow of Their Facilities, an Industrial Designer's Playground       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A lot of us industrial designers have worked freelance or for smaller consultancies, where we have to send our designs out to subcontractors and wait for prototypes and parts to come back.

The larger design consultancies, or companies like Apple and Belkin, have everything on-site and don't have to wait for anything.

If (like me) you've never worked for the latter type of organization, well, it's pretty darned cool to see inside one. We recently got a look at Belkin's considerable facilities at their headquarters in Playa Vista, Los Angeles, California. Here are the images they've allowed us to show you.


3D Lab: Workbenches for Belkin's staff of modelmakers
3D Lab space: 3D printers (from left to right: FDM machine, multi-material Stratasys EDEN machine, smaller Stratasys printer)
3D Lab: Epilog laser cutter
3D Lab: EDEN machine being prepared for print
3D Lab: Power water jet for removing EDEN support material from 3D models
3D Lab: FDM (fused deposition modeling) machine. This is used to print larger or more structural parts for testing
3D Lab: FDM (fused deposition modeling) machine. This is used to print larger or more structural parts for testing
3D Lab: Paint booth
Photo Stage: Used for still photography and video
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A lot of us industrial designers have worked freelance or for smaller consultancies, where we have to send our designs out to subcontractors and wait for prototypes and parts to come back.

The larger design consultancies, or companies like Apple and Belkin, have everything on-site and don't have to wait for anything.

If (like me) you've never worked for the latter type of organization, well, it's pretty darned cool to see inside one. We recently got a look at Belkin's considerable facilities at their headquarters in Playa Vista, Los Angeles, California. Here are the images they've allowed us to show you.


3D Lab: Workbenches for Belkin's staff of modelmakers
3D Lab space: 3D printers (from left to right: FDM machine, multi-material Stratasys EDEN machine, smaller Stratasys printer)
3D Lab: Epilog laser cutter
3D Lab: EDEN machine being prepared for print
3D Lab: Power water jet for removing EDEN support material from 3D models
3D Lab: FDM (fused deposition modeling) machine. This is used to print larger or more structural parts for testing
3D Lab: FDM (fused deposition modeling) machine. This is used to print larger or more structural parts for testing
3D Lab: Paint booth
Photo Stage: Used for still photography and video
View the full gallery here
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by brobo

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Question about the blank gear tile -- I could be wrong, but I thought equipment was limited to the number of cards in the box? I've always played that "extra" equipment in excess of the physical cards is kept in storage but can't be brought out.

Definitely about to go make some of those box corner supports!
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by zyrain

12 House Rules to make Gloomhaven even more fun.


After 15 months of weekly play, my group just finished Gloomhaven. I played through 75+ scenarios (plus solo scenarios). We unlocked all character classes, and we saw all but 2 played (circles and spears were unplayed). And so, I've come up with this list that I'm sharing with you.

The goal here is to to make the game more fun, in our opinion. It's not to make it 'better' or 'more balanced'. Also, each and every one of these is done with a mindset to keep as many RAW as we could, as Issac's game is great and too much messing with it would be counter-productive.

Rule #1: Be a cooperative team.
Rule #2: Share your battle cards
Rule #3: You can sell your equipment to other players.
Rule #4: Make initiative order hinting just Early/Middle/Late
Rule #5: Use All or Nothing rolling modifiers on (dis)advantage.
Rule #6: Don't shuffle in your re-shuffle attack modifier card.
Rule #7: You can use a stamina potion after your turn ends.
Rule #8: When a summon has movement, but no focus, you can direct its movement
Rule #9: Use a dynamic scenario difficulty level
Rule #10: Use a "discard" deck for city and road events
Rule #11: Retirements and Personal Quests...just do something reasonable.
Rule #12: Use custom components!

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #1: Be a cooperative team.[/BGColor]

I get what the designer was going for with the Selfish Mercenary Team, but we found that this lead to actual not-fun fights. Several items on this list assist with this goal, but in general, it was far better for us to be a co=op team than selfish individuals. Also, for us, things like city cards that said "lose X collective gold" didn't have any in-built resolution system (it was later errata'ed to be 'or else nothing', but the damage was done), and what do you do about ties? Changing the mindset to be a team helped the fun of this game more than anything else. Take turns getting the chests, instead of always letting the fastest player get it. It's more fun for everyone that way!

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #2: Share your battle cards[/BGCOLOR]

In line with Rule #1, we started showing everyone our battle cards and helping each other achieve them. This had several great effects. For one thing, the amount of pre-round bickering on tactics went away without the maddening complication of which card they could be trying to achieve. Second, we lose the disappointment at someone else achieving your goal when they didn't even care about it (sure, you could have opened the door).

Now, it was fun in the very beginning to experience the chaos of secret battle cards, but the beginning is exactly the wrong time for this complication, especially with new players just learning the game. However, there aren't that many battle cards, and after a while it became super-obvious which card people had speaking in code didn't last long), and we pretty much knew anyhow, thus we switched to open battle cards and the tactical joy of helping everyone get them (figuring out more than just yours) really increased our fun.

Finally, perks are FUN! Missing battle goals ISN'T FUN!

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #3: You can sell your equipment to other players.[/BGCOLOR]

It makes no sense, even as selfish mercenaries, to only sell an item back to the bank instead of to another players. So this rule is simply, allow them to buy it at the normal half price.

This had several wonderful effects. First, it mattered a lot less who got the treasure chests. Knowing if it was an item you needed and they didn't that you could buy it for half price, really helped.

While this isn't pure loot sharing, which I think is a terrible idea and anyone who's played the full game and seen how all the characters work should agree, it really smoothed over the fighting over treasure, which wasn't fun.

We found, using this change meant that by the time of retirement, most characters were fully equipped, though not at all 'maximally equipped'. This is the most fun zone to be in, as using equipment is fun. The only downside is potentially operating at a higher scenario level, which is no downside at all, really. Given that, the really low-loot characters still felt poor, and the high loot ones still felt rich.

BTW, I chose this variant over the others on BGG threads because it has zero impact on the overall coin economy in the game. There's no way to game it get more gold (like the sell at 75% or 100% variant), which can mess with, for example, retirement enhancements.

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #4: Make initiative order hinting just Early/Middle/Late[/BGCOLOR]

Also in line with #1, according to RAW, you can get awfully close to just telling people your initiative number without saying your initiate number. We simplified this is just "I'm going early" (meaning initiative less than 30), "I'm going LATE" (initiative over 60), or "I'm going middle".

Easy, quick, still allows room for chaos moments. Much more fun than the weird code language we were heading to.

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #5: Use All or Nothing rolling modifiers on (dis)advantage.[/BGCOLOR]

Several people have voiced opinions on how to change the interaction between advantage and rolling modifiers. We decided to keep it simple. When you have disadvantage, ignore all rolling modifiers drawn, and keep drawing. When you have advantage, set then all aside and after figuring out which base you're using, apply them all.

Now, I know a lot of you will take issue with this as it makes advantage too powerful. We're after fun here, and here's a not fun real example:

We gotta kill this guy, it's the last round before we die. We need an impossible 7 attack. Let's use our item that grants +1 to attacks and one that grants advantage. A null? Oh, good thing we have an advantage! Ooh, a rolling +1, that's....bad? what? suck! Now we have to restart the whole scenario....

That is not fun. this is not fun at all. What about when you pull 4 rolling modifiers in one attack because you're using all the advantage this rule gives you? Awesome, you got up to 14 attack with that bless. Who cares that he only had 8 hit points. It was EPIC!

BTW, when attacking stuff with disadvantage, which only happens in rare cases, the fact that the modifiers are nerfed more with this rule is ALSO fun. It makes certain monsters pretty darned scary, and really makes you think twice about distance 1 ranged attacks, which is a great tactical fun increase.

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Rule #6: Don't shuffle in your re-shuffle attack modifier card.
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This one is simple. If you drew your null, reshuffle all cards except your null and keep your null in the discard pile. This means your crit will be the cause of the next reshuffle (at which point your null will go back in and only the crit stays out). If you happened to have drawn both, just shuffle both back in.

This is because drawing a null 5 times in a scenario isn't fun at all, and yes, it's happened. It's ALSO not fun to constantly draw crits. Still, SOME nulls and crits are fun, so we didn't want to take the official less randomness variant.

This does lead to situations where you might play differently, knowing you can't draw a null. Almost always this results in characters being a bit more epically heroic than otherwise. Sure, my Spellweaver will walk up and poke that stone golem for its final 2 damage instead of running away, I know I can't draw my null and just die next turn! I am a hero!

Finally, this makes it more likely to have bless and curse come up. This is a good thing, as it should matter every time you get cursed or blessed, but now, if you have a fat attack modifier deck, it often doesn't matter.

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Rule #7: You can use a stamina potion after your turn ends.
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If you force stamina potion use during your turn, effectively every player needs to think though their next round on their turn and that slows the game down at the worst possible time. It's much better to allow such thinking in parallel with executing the other turns.

Theoretically, the player should try not to make use of additional information gained on turns after his, so use the honor system here.

Being fuzzy about this really keeps the game moving and thus more fun.

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Rule #8: When a summon has movement, but no focus, you can direct its movement
[/BGCOLOR]

This is a tiny change, but we found that when you're clearing one room at a time, summons get left behind. This is the most minor change to get them a little farther in. Overall, we found summons a very weak aspect of the game and hardly ever used them (with one BIG exception). In general, I'm very wary about most 'fixes' I see for summons in the BGG threads, as most overpower summons. However, this one neatly addresses a common situations, where the rest of us are resting or gathering around a door to rush in next turn, and the summon stays put, which feels VERY silly. It also avoid other silly situations like when they're standing on a treasure chest or loot pile, and we can't get to it (without a dismissal).

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Rule #9: Use a dynamic scenario difficulty level
[/BGCOLOR]

The RAW allow you to choose any scenario level, but gives a recommendation. The formula to choose it makes no sense whatsoever. It doesn't take into account the experience with the players (either with that class or overall), doesn't account for perks, or enhancements, it doesn't account for amount of equipment, nor the prosperity level which affects the power of that equipment.

We spent a several scenarios operating at a difficulty level inappropriate for us, mostly TOO EASY, but at times frustratingly too hard. Most of these times happened at the start of playing new characters.

So what rule do I suggest? Simple: Start at level 0, and increase the difficulty level by 1 after every two successful scenarios, and decrease it by 1 after every failed scenario or after each retirement.

The +1 per two is definitely fast, but it allows nailbiting, much more fun, by the skin of your teeth scenario wins, which are super-fun, and much more fun than cakewalks. Also this yields higher XP and gold per hour played, which allows more leveling of characters before retirement. also, this dynamic system makes up for any changes to game difficulty brought on by adopting these house rules.

All that said, don't be afraid to be somewhat subjective in your choice. Especially when encountering certain monster types. For example, it took us a long time to learn how to successfully deal with Oozes, so don't be afraid to temporarily bump down the difficulty for attack those banes to your existence.

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Rule #10: Use a "discard" deck for city and road events
[/BGCOLOR]
We like content. Content is fun. Seeing the same old city cards over and over again when we know both options is NOT fun. So simply, instead of having 3 piles (1) not yet in the game (2) in the draw pile (3) removed from game, we added a fourth pile (4) "discarded".

If our draw deck became empty, we would have taken a few random cards from the discard pile and shuffled them back into the draw deck. This never happened though! It probably would have if we'd used this rule from the start, but we started doing it about 1/3 of the way in. Seeing all those events take shape was awesome. If we hadn't used this rule, we would have missed out on a lot.

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #11: Retirements and Personal Quests...just do something reasonable.
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We tried really hard to stick to the RAW with respect to retirements. It had a lot of rough edges. So we fudged a lot here based on how much fun people were having with their characters. Replaying scenarios was not fun, so we sometimes didn't and said we did. Sometimes we let players count "Group kills" for monsters. And sometimes we just imaged that we started and force failed a bunch of scenarios to fulfill a card's requirement. In short, the RAW required us to keep playing a character well past when we wanted to, and that wasn't fun. I like that the retirement is a forced UPPER BOUND on a class, but it should have a different lower bound where retirement can be done early.

I'm going to re-run this game with new players and act as a GM/facilitator, and I plan to assign personal quest cards to players depending on their class. My goal is to put cards that specific scenarios in the starter classes, so no replays are needed, and also, as a happy accident, effectively force a party balance of melee/ranged/magic/support chars which still has players switching class categories every retirement (it's not fun to always be the support guy!).

I'm also going to implement "retirement checkpoints" after certain scenarios that finish a natural story arc in the game. You know where these are if you'd played, but basically at these points if people are sick of their characters they can retire.

Also, there will be a 15 scenario (attempts!) cutoff. If you've played 15 scenarios with a character you can retire her.

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Rule #12: Use custom components!
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While this isn't really a house rule. It made our entire experience much better. We are at the point where we can set the whole game up from bookshelf to table to starting a scenario in 5 minutes. Here's a list of mods:

1. Use a laptop to track party progress (we used the PDF class sheet)
2. Collect terrain in a tacklebox (I posted mine in the files section).
3. Use a shoebox with transparent CD-sleeves to hold monster stat cards, monster tokens, and monster cards all in the same sleeve.
4. Use a multi-slot folio to hold map tiles in alphabetical order.
5. Use take-out containers to hold each character's cards, items, board, etc.
6. Use one of the various apps to track the monster attack deck, round timer, and element infusions.
7. Use the rulebook from BGG, it's better organized.
8. Use custom components to "see" monster status on-the-board without referring to the stat arcs.
- 3D printed standees with a space to hold a number-die (these dice go from 1-6, and 7-12, and 13-18, etc.) and a 'stick' to hold "status markers".
- attach to the standees colored status markers, which could be simply colored paper clips (red for wounded, green for poisoned, etc.) or printed rings that allow for more details (white chit with 3 on it for Shield 3).
- we put flying creatures on laser-cut acrylic hexagons. It's awesome.

[BGCOLOR=#00FFCC]Final Thoughts[/BGCOLOR]

As a final note, I've read through most of the other suggested house rules in various threads, and I want to say that many of them I do not agree with. Messing too much with treasure, summons, healing, level-up card availability, etc all seem to make the game less fun as they mess with an awesome trade-off and tactical system that Issac developed.

I thought hard about fixing the insane AI movement and focus rules, but now that they've been fully understood by the community (with flowcharts and even a test to see if you understand them), there's a serene elegance in feeling mastery over how the monsters will move, and a real concern that any patches will unbalance some monsters and scenarios unique reliance on the RAW, so ultimately, we kept them all the way through our play.







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Tracked drive systems are great, but implementation isn’t always easy. That’s what [nahueltaibo] found every time he tried to use open sourced track designs for his own rovers. The problem is that a tracked drive system is normally closely integrated with a vehicle’s chassis, mixing and matching between designs is impractical because the tracks and treads aren’t easily separated from the rest of the vehicle.

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