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          Polymers Market for 3D Printing Applications Dynamics, Forecast, Analysis and Supply Demand 2017 – 2025      Cache   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/09/2019 -- 3D printing technology was introduced in the early 1980s but gained prominence after 1990. The 3D printing revolution focused on the usage of plastics due to its low-cost printer feedstock and high throughput. To date, 3D printing with metal has been expensive due to the high cost of titanium powders (price range of about US$ 200 per kilogram to US$ 400 per kilogram). Decrease in production costs and advancements in technology of 3D printing have the potential to reshape the industry structure. 3D printing is using widely in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industires due to its benefits such as economical cost, lesser time, less complexity, etc. Polymers that are used in 3D printing applications are typically available in filament form.

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Some of the commonly used plastics in 3D printing applications are polyethylene, nylon, polylactic acid (PLA), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), and polyvinyl alcohol plastic (PVA). PLA is produced from organic and renewable resources such as sugarcane and corn starch. It is typically used for biodegradable medical devices and implants and food packaging. It is utilized for 3D printing applications due to its environmentally friendly nature, ease of processability, and its ability to be used as either a resin or filament. ABS exhibits favorable characteristics such as durability, strength, heat resistance, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness of production. Due to these properties, it is extensively used for 3D printing applications. However, its usage is slowly decreasing as ABS is a petroleum-based polymer, which restraints its availability. It is also non-bio-degradable. Eco-friendly and bio-degradable polymers are preferred, especially in the medical industry. Another factor responsible for the diminishing popularity of ABS in 3D printing applications is production of irritating fumes during the fabrication process. PVA is water soluble polymer that is most commonly used as packaging film, thickener, or as glue. In 3D printing applications, PVA is primarily utilized in parts of a product that require structural support to prevent it from collapsing during the printing process. In this process, PVA provides support to the product structure while the final product is manufactured from other polymer material(s). Since PVA is water soluble, the finished product can be soaked in water till the PVA support structure is dissolved.

Increase in usage of 3D printers in various applications in industries such as electronics, energy, aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, and medical is one of the factors driving the market for polymers that are utilized in 3D printing applications. Out of materials that can be used in 3D printing applications (such as metals, ceramics, plastics, etc.), use of polymers is dominant due to their wide availability and versatile properties. This provides an opportunity to manufacturers of polymers to develop and provide plastic resins for specific industries and applications. In this way, they would be able to add value to their products and acquire, retain, and expand their customer base.

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          Magicfly 5.9 Inch 3D Printing Moon Light with Tap Control only $13.99      Cache   Translate Page      
Magicfly 5.9 Inch 3D Printing Moon Light with Tap Control
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          Rocket Pig Games The Swallower miniature      Cache   Translate Page      
Rocket Pig Games The Swallower miniaturePublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Our MONSTER MINIATURES Patreon is now live!!!!

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.

Our GOTHIC CITY Kickstarter ends in 3 Days!

You will NOT want to miss this! It's been in the works for almost two years and is going to be the biggest terrain Kickstarter you've ever seen!

DONT FORGET TO DOWNLOAD THE

GOTHIC CITY (TILESCAPE 2.0) TRIAL

or

DUNGEON CORE SET, IT'S FREE! OVER 60 PIECES AND NOW WITH 12 BONUS TILES!

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: 0.8
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4

Price: $0.00
          OpenSource 3D Printing - Deel 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Replies: 14653 Last poster: zekerpixels at 10-02-2019 00:22 Topic is Open xoniq schreef op zaterdag 9 februari 2019 @ 22:41: Mijn hele hypercube is geprint met PETG, en geen enkele warp. Warm printen, geen nozzel koeling, en op glas. (Daar plakt het enorm op, ik gebruikte ooit zelfs haarlak, maar daar kreeg ik het niet vanaf zonder het glas te breken)Het is even proberen wat het best werkt, het printen zelf ziet er nu prima uit. Wat ik nu heb, bij het printen van een skirt, als het eenmaal pakt dan zit het vast. Maar wanneer er wordt verplaatst om bijv. rondjes te printen voor de gaten, dan pakken stukken niet en worden er wat meegetrokken. Er is zo nog een print klaar. Dan eens zien hoe goed de first layer er nu uit ziet, anders morgen misschien op glas proberen. (het te goed plakken en de glossy afwerking is ook de reden dat ik het nog niet heb geprobeerd)
          Rocket Pig Games The Swallower miniature      Cache   Translate Page      
Rocket Pig Games The Swallower miniaturePublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Our MONSTER MINIATURES Patreon is now live!!!!

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.

Our GOTHIC CITY Kickstarter ends in 3 Days!

You will NOT want to miss this! It's been in the works for almost two years and is going to be the biggest terrain Kickstarter you've ever seen!

DONT FORGET TO DOWNLOAD THE

GOTHIC CITY (TILESCAPE 2.0) TRIAL

or

DUNGEON CORE SET, IT'S FREE! OVER 60 PIECES AND NOW WITH 12 BONUS TILES!

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: 0.8
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4

Price: $0.00
          Skylab      Cache   Translate Page      

I have always been frustrated by the fact that no major model company has ever produced a decent model of Skylab. 3D printing has allowed me to solve that problem! Here is my interpretation of the Skylab orbital space station. I’ve made it to match the 1:72 scale of other Apollo spacecraft models available from Dragon Models. This way I could have everything at the same scale for the first time in my life!

This is more complex than my other uplinks, but if you’ve ever wanted a good sized, nicely detailed model of Skylab, I think you might like this one. I certainly hope so anyway!

Parts for the model are divided into three subassemblies. I suggest building one at a time, then connecting the three together. I have also included parts that allow you build it as designed (with both solar panels in tact), or as flown (one solar panel missing). A decal sheet is included for detailing the solar panels.

The truss supporting the solar science section (sub assembly 3) is the hardest part to assemble, so I’ve included several files that allow you to see how they go together. I suggest you build each section of the overall truss independently, then glue them all together.

Keep in mind that the pentagon truss part (Skylab Part 2-01) is to be used only to help align and assemble the first truss section and will need to be cut off once the entire truss has been built. The truss will not fit over the cylinder until this part is cut away!

Extras are included for detailing sub assembly 1. I couldn't find a direct reference to where they actually belong, so I'm sorry to tell you you'll have to refer to online pictures and decide where you want them for yourself...

Yes, the real truss was built of round pipes, but the flatter pieces here are much easier to create and work with. Overall it was a fun build for me, despite it taking so long to get right. It scratched an itch I‘ve had for very long time! Enjoy!


          Valentine Rhyme      Cache   Translate Page      

Love is in the air! Let your 3D printer show some affection this Valentine's Day with this well-known poem segment.

Used six (6) 8mm silver split rings to attach the 4 prints together and then added a magnet to the back of the first verse. Alternately, just print and add magnets.

A more traditional ending (last 2 lines) is also available for those who need to share these feelings year-round.

The first two verses are:
HL1_RAR060.stl
HL2_VAB060.stl

The second two verses are:
HL3_A_HVD060.stl
HL4_A_FMTO060.stl

The alternate second two verses are:
HL3_B_SIS060.stl
HL4_B_ASAY060.stl


          UNICORN 'SALON' - CRAFT      Cache   Translate Page      

A quick craft for young unicorn fans... Create a colorful unicorn mane on this 3D print.

Instructions:

  1. Print the unicorn head at 100% resolution.
  2. Cut a variety of 4" pieces of yarn.
  3. Slide yarn through hole and secure with a Cow/Lanyard Hitch or other knot or loop.
  4. Tie a loop at the top hole with a thin thread to make it an ornament or wall decor.

Examples used 4 pieces sock/sport weight yarn or 2 pieces bulky weight yarn in each hole.
Holes fits standard metal yarn needle to make threading the yarn easier.


          Wisconsin Sales - 3D Printing/Engineering technology - college market - Haldeman Homme, Inc - Madison, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          This Week In Techdirt History: February 3rd - 9th      Cache   Translate Page      

Five Years Ago

This week in 2014, the Snowden revelations continued with information like the NSA and FBI getting access to 40,000 Yahoo and Google accounts in the first half of 2013, and the GCHQ trying to hit Anonymous with a DDoS attack, while some new FOIA documents got us a closer look at how surveillance info is laundered via "parallel construction". Germany's Chaos Computer Club filed a criminal complaint against the German government over mass surveillance, while a Belgian prosecutor began looking into reports that the NSA and GCHQ hacked a well-known Belgian cryptographer. Meanwhile, Mike Rogers was trying to argue that Glenn Greenwald should be prosecuted for 'selling stolen material', Benjkamin Wittes was arguing that it's okay for the agency to deny spying on Americans, even if it does, and the DOJ was admitting that the NSA's phone record collection probably included congress.

Ten Years Ago

This week in 2009, a researcher predicted that technology was going to render copyright completely obsolete within a year or so. This did not, of course, come true — but it's easy to see where it came from, even just given the copyright absurdity happening that very week. The EU was considering a draconian copyright proposal not unlike today's reform directive, the RIAA hired a new litigation boss with a history of 'misstating facts' in court while the DOJ was packing its ranks with entertainment and software industry lawyers, there was a proposal for new ACTA provisions that would criminalize non-commercial infringement, Blizzard successfully abused copyright to go after World Of Warcraft bots, and the Associated Press began demanding money for the photo that was the basis of Shepard Fairey's famous Obama poster.

Fifteen Years Ago

This week in 2004, the EFF and other groups had noticed some dangerous corner-cutting in the RIAA's latest round of mass lawsuits, while the agency also appeared to be struggling to force its narrative about piracy onto the Morpheus/Grokster trial. The MyDoom virus was wreaking some havoc, causing Microsoft to set up an alternative website and, of course, causing antivirus companies to push massive damage estimates for reporters to uncritically repeat. One prediction piece about 3D printers may have jumped the gun slightly by saying they were closer than most people thought, but another was prescient in predicting that user-created video is the killer app for broadband, or at least wise to catch on to the fact that the internet is about connecting and communicating, not consuming a broadcast.



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          flagstaffs & cards      Cache   Translate Page      
flagstaffs  & cardsPublisher: Xerbath

In this set you'll get big and small flagstaffs to be uses in CTE or other table-top games

STL-Files for 3D printing,

big flagstaffs and marker flags for the Napoleonic age, (France, Pussia, Austria, Britain)

small flagstaffs and marker flags for numering unites 

Price: $1.99
          marker carrier flat & washers & cards      Cache   Translate Page      
marker carrier flat & washers & cardsPublisher: Xerbath

Marker-carriers small, flat (STL-Files for 3D printing) + Microsoft PowerPoint Templates to be used for table-top games as CTE, with 3D STL data for (included) matching washers and  PPT-Files to generate your own Unit-reference cards

Price: $2.99
          marker carrier for whiteboard & washers & cards      Cache   Translate Page      
marker carrier for whiteboard & washers & cardsPublisher: Xerbath

Marker-carriers for whiteboards for 3D printing

& 3D STL data for (included) matching washers

& Microsoft PowerPoint Templates to gererate your own Unit-reference cards

to be used for table-top games as CTE.

Price: $2.99
          marker carrier steep & washers & cards      Cache   Translate Page      
marker carrier steep & washers & cardsPublisher: Xerbath

Marker-carriers small, steep (STL-Files for 3D printing) + Microsoft PowerPoint Templates to be used for table-top games as CTE, with 3D STL data for (included) matching washers and  PPT-Files to generate your own Unit-reference cards

Price: $2.99
          Wisconsin Sales - 3D Printing/Engineering technology - college market - Haldeman Homme, Inc - Madison, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
We provide consultation, sales and service of Stratasys 3D Printers, Desktop Metal 3D Printers, Universal Laser Engravers, Roland Systems and more.... $45,000 - $65,000 a month
From Haldeman Homme, Inc - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 06:25:17 GMT - View all Madison, WI jobs
          2/10/2019: Health: PROTECTIVE OUTDOOR GEAR . . . MADE BY A 3D PRINTER      Cache   Translate Page      
PROTECT yourself while cycling or skiing with Patronace 3D-printed foam garments, available in an array of colours. The multilayered textiles cushion a fall with threedimensional honeycomb-style shapes, printed on the areas that cover knees and elbows.
          Play Chess Like Harry Potter      Cache   Translate Page      

If you are a Harry Potter fan, you might remember that one of the movies showed an Isle of Lewis chess set whose pieces moved in response to a player’s voice commands. This feat has been oft replicated by hackers and [amoyag00] has a version that brings together a Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Android, and the Stockfish chess engine in case you want to play by yourself. You can see a video of the game, below.

Interestingly, the system uses Marlin — the 3D printing software — to handle motion using the Arduino. We suppose moving chess pieces over a path …read more


          2019 Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain/Operations Co-Op Northeast - Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies - Somerville, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
Supply Chain Business Analyst. Build prototypes using machine shops or 3D printing technology. Drive business insights through the active mining of supply chain...
From Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 02:06:36 GMT - View all Somerville, NJ jobs
          Orbex Builds World’s Largest 3D Printed Rocket Engine      Cache   Translate Page      

UK start-up Orbex has just built the world’s largest 3D printed rocket engine. The engine is unique in that it is the first one printed entirely as a single piece without any joins. As a result, this makes it lighter and more efficient than other small phase II launchers. The new rocket is not just […]

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          3D Printing as a Production Technology      Cache   Translate Page      

3D printing is seeing accelerated adoption in the workflow of manufacturing processes all around the world. Think of tools, molds, jigs, fixtures, cutting patterns but also on-demand production of spare parts. There are numerous applications and even more being discovered every year. As of late, 3D printing has moved past the prototyping and one-off era […]

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           Orbex unveils world’s largest 3D-printed rocket engine       Cache   Translate Page      

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UK-based space startup Orbex has unveiled the world's largest 3D-printed rocket engine. The single-piece, cryogenic liquid-fueled engine is installed in the second stage of an engineering prototype of the company's Orbex Prime launcher and is claimed to be more powerful by volume than many heavy launchers.

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          The journey to utilising 3D printing across the manufacturing space - Manufacturing Global      Cache   Translate Page      
The journey to utilising 3D printing across the manufacturing space  Manufacturing Global

Founder of Kora 3D Stephen Burrows discusses his journey to utilising 3D printing.


          3d Printed Fidget Spinner Ball Bearing Tri-Spinner PLA Plastic by ClemCustomCreations      Cache   Translate Page      

5.00 USD

Great fidget spinner to pass time and fidgeting.

Made from PLA plastic which is a biodegradable plastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch.

Has 4 bearings.

Bearings are steel and sealed, spin times are good right out of the gate but will increase as toy gets broken in.

Bearings are press fit but can be pushed back out for replacement or customizing.

Spinners come fully assembled.



Small parts are present, never put in your mouth or allow a child or baby to play with toy as there is a choking risk due to the small parts.


          2019 Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain/Operations Co-Op Northeast - Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies - Somerville, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
Supply Chain Business Analyst. Build prototypes using machine shops or 3D printing technology. Drive business insights through the active mining of supply chain...
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           Orbex unveils world’s largest 3D-printed rocket engine       Cache   Translate Page      

The new Orbex Prime engine burns liquid oxygen and propane#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

UK-based space startup Orbex has unveiled the world's largest 3D-printed rocket engine. The single-piece, cryogenic liquid-fueled engine is installed in the second stage of an engineering prototype of the company's Orbex Prime launcher and is claimed to be more powerful by volume than many heavy launchers.

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           Surgeon Replaces Crushed Ankle Bone With 3D Printed Implant      Cache   Translate Page      
3D Printed Implant replaced a damaged ankle bone, this was done by a group of surgeons at Loyola. The damaged bone with a metal talus was made with 3D printing technology.

          Senior 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with both internal and external key stakeholders to improve the product....
From Align Technology - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 07:36:58 GMT - View all Raleigh, NC jobs
          Kinematic Mount For 3D Printer Bed Shows Practical Design      Cache   Translate Page      

[Mark Rehorst] has been busy designing and building 3D printers, and Son of Megamax — one of his earlier builds — needed a bed heater replacement. He took the opportunity to add a Kelvin-type kinematic mount as well. The kinematic mount and base efficiently constrain the bed in a controlled way while allowing for thermal expansion, providing a stable platform that also allows for removal and repeatable re-positioning.

After a short discussion regarding the heater replacement, [Mark] explains the design and manufacture of his kinematic mount. Of particular note are the practical considerations of the design; [Mark] aimed to use …read more


          Flying Clamp for Tennis Stringing      Cache   Translate Page      

This is a flying clamp for tennis stringing.
It was actually tested with my stringing machine.

You have to print 2 center_parts, 2 side_parts, 1 lever_parts for one flying clamp.
Use 60% or more for fill when printing for the strength of the parts.

You need additional parts following,

1) a M6 eye-bolt (L=60mm) You can buy it from Ali-express
2) 4 D5 x L3mm neodymium magnets You can also buy it from Ali-express
3) 2 M5 bolts (L=30mm and 35 mm)
4) 2 M5 nuts and a M6 nut (lock nuts recommended)
5) Some sand paper (#200 -600)
6) 4 small tapping screws (L=10 to 12)

a pair of neodymium magnets is used for the substitution of a spring.
Place magnets into the D5-holes so that they repel.

Cut out 4 pieces of sand paper using the guide printed and paste them to the parts for slip protection of the string.

You may have some leutor works depends on the accuracy of your 3D printing.


          Sam Labs: Small Block Template      Cache   Translate Page      

A template to easily insert a small sized Sam Labs (https://samlabs.com/) block into any 3D printing project


          Atlantean Bar or Luxor Bar      Cache   Translate Page      

This is an attempt at replicating the Atlantean Bar or Luxor Bar for 3D printing.
There is too much information for me to go on about it and it's claimed potential. I will say that since owning a ring of this design my life has only improved, as well as other things that have benefited by being near it.
I approach most things with a scientific mindset and therefore have done my own controlled tests, using plants. The plants that have one of these 3D printed Atlantean Bars under or on top of their plant pot always grow faster, taller and healthier than those without.
I encourage you to do your own research and I've supplied a link to a site that I just googled and have no affiliation with, there's an endless amount of information on these healing items.
http://www.soul-guidance.com/houseofthesun/atlantisbar.html
The scientists of you will have to print it and run your own tests before you will believe, at least that's the way it was for me.


          Lego Compatible Minecraft Pickaxe      Cache   Translate Page      

My kids are keen on Minecraft. My kids are keen on Lego. My kids are keen on Minecraft Lego.

I'm keen on CAD and 3D printing.

So here is a Lego Minecraft pickaxe.


          Kinematic Mount For 3D Printer Bed Shows Practical Design      Cache   Translate Page      

[Mark Rehorst] has been busy designing and building 3D printers, and Son of Megamax — one of his earlier builds — needed a bed heater replacement. He took the opportunity to add a Kelvin-type kinematic mount as well. The kinematic mount and base efficiently constrain the bed in a controlled way while allowing for thermal expansion, providing a stable platform that also allows for removal and repeatable re-positioning.

After a short discussion regarding the heater replacement, [Mark] explains the design and manufacture of his kinematic mount. Of particular note are the practical considerations of the design; [Mark] aimed to use …read more


          Play Chess Like Harry Potter      Cache   Translate Page      

If you are a Harry Potter fan, you might remember that one of the movies showed an Isle of Lewis chess set whose pieces moved in response to a player’s voice commands. This feat has been oft replicated by hackers and [amoyag00] has a version that brings together a Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Android, and the Stockfish chess engine in case you want to play by yourself. You can see a video of the game, below.

Interestingly, the system uses Marlin — the 3D printing software — to handle motion using the Arduino. We suppose moving chess pieces over a path …read more


          Exclusive Report on Medical 3D Printing Market 2019-2025 | Focusing Top Key Players like: Arcam AB, Autodesk, Stratasys, ExOne Company, H Intressenter AB, Optomec, Organovo Holdings      Cache   Translate Page      
Exclusive Report on Medical 3D Printing Market 2019-2025 | Focusing Top Key Players like: Arcam AB, Autodesk, Stratasys, ExOne Company, H Intressenter AB, Optomec, Organovo Holdings UpMarketResearch offers a latest published report on “Global Medical 3D Printing Market Industry Analysis and Forecast 2019-2025” delivering key insights and providing a competitive advantage to clients through a detailed report. The report contains 119 pages which highly exhibits on

          Comment on This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues by John Aldred      Cache   Translate Page      
Haha, it's the weekend, man. And, you're here, too. :)
          Comment on This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues by Nermin Huskić      Cache   Translate Page      
John Aldred people shooting serious are wasting time on fb talking about equipment
          Comment on This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues by John Aldred      Cache   Translate Page      
People shooting serious video don't use autofocus, Nermin. :)
          Comment on This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues by Nermin Huskić      Cache   Translate Page      
John Aldred 12bit, yeah with very very bad af or huge crop.
          Comment on This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues by John Aldred      Cache   Translate Page      
Your comment's about a year out of date, Nermin. Sony's the only one still clinging onto 8-bit. Everybody else offers 10-Bit baked or 12-Bit RAW now. :)
          A: Corsair Gaming Strafe RGB Cherry MX Red (BE layout) - € 80,-      Cache   Translate Page      
Corsair RGB strafe gaming toetsenbord te koop met Cherry MX Red switches. Werkt volledig, enkel een van de originele voetjes ontbreekt en is vervangen door een 3D printed versie, en nog twee extra sets links/rechtse voetjes 3D erbij als reserve. Je kan de originele ook bijbestellen bij Corsair zelf. Belichting & macros kunnen volledig geprogrammeerd worden. Alle toetsen kunnen verwijderd...
          Comment on WDTPRS: 5th Sunday after Epiphany AND 5th Ordinary Sunday: Familial military or martial family? by Jacob      Cache   Translate Page      
Father, do you have any cool pics of the Swiss Guards in their new 3D printed helmets?
          Wisconsin Sales - 3D Printing/Engineering technology - college market - Haldeman Homme, Inc - Madison, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
We provide consultation, sales and service of Stratasys 3D Printers, Desktop Metal 3D Printers, Universal Laser Engravers, Roland Systems and more.... $45,000 - $65,000 a month
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          [3D Printer] Creality Ender 3 (Pro)-ervaringen      Cache   Translate Page      
Replies: 791 Last poster: wowly at 10-02-2019 09:45 Topic is Open sugarcube schreef op vrijdag 8 februari 2019 @ 22:36: [...] Welkom bij de club. [...] Als ik een tip mag geven, de ender3 is out of the box al een uitstekende printer. Je zou ook zo kunnen beginnen, wat ervaring opdoen, en later pas finetunen waar je het meest voordeel ziet. Ik had ook een extra glasplaat besteld, maar die zit na half jaar nog steeds in de doos. Wat zeker zal helpen is om hem netjes in mekaar te zetten : X as recht, Z as recht, Z-binding vermijden (eventueel met z-spacer te printen), genoeg spanning op de X-riem, extruder calibreren. en bed levelen natuurlijk Maar als je graag knutselt kan je inderdaad eindeloos "verbeteren" en fine-tunen aan de ender3 Wat je zei is precies wat ik van plan was. Eerst leren, dan verder bouwen. Dat de ender 3 out of the box best goed is is de reden dat ik zei dat het de kinderschoenen is ontgroeid; kwaliteit en zeer goede prijs. Voordat alle andere delen er zijn duurt nog weken, ik anticipeer daarop door ze alvast te bestellen hahaha. Maar bedankt voor de tips mbt de Assen. Ik vraag me af, hoe stroef of hoe soepel moet het lopen?
          inkjet 3D printed solar cells/panels They are here      Cache   Translate Page      
The video does not explain the panels efficiency only the technique. The video does say one panel could supply the energy needs of an office work station.. Pretty darn neat and we can...
          What does today's political environment mean for additive manufacturing in the US? - The Fabricator      Cache   Translate Page      
What does today's political environment mean for additive manufacturing in the US?  The Fabricator

This is an edited version of a blog originally posted to MultiBriefs. For those utopians starry-eyed about emerging 3D printing/additive manufacturing (AM) ...


          Comment on *VIDEO* Forget guns, here comes 3D printed ammunition by Istanbul Eskort      Cache   Translate Page      
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          [3d printer] Damic's HyperCube Evo perikelen      Cache   Translate Page      
Replies: 46 Last poster: Damic at 10-02-2019 12:57 Topic is Open Deze week veel met het led scherm bezig geweest dus niet veel gebeurd aan de printer Wel alles gemonteerd en klein printplaatje gemaakt zodoende dat de fans/sensoren snel gewisseld kunnen worden Nu nog kabel scoren om terug te gaan naar het bord
          OpenSource 3D Printing - Deel 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Replies: 14654 Last poster: Yagermeister at 10-02-2019 11:57 Topic is Open Ik heb nu eindelijk mijn Bear MK3 klaar. Hij is nu gezellig de eerste dingen aan het printen. Het geluid is in ieder geval stukken minder alhoewel ik nog vilt onder de voetjes moet doen. De afwijking in het bed gaf bij octoprint 0,53mm aan wat ongeveer de helft was van de oude dus hier ben ik ook zeer tevreden mee. Wel ga ik nog eens kijken naar andere lagers en mogelijk lineare rails ipv de stangen aangezien het hele bed nog best flink door zakt met wat druk. En voor de liefhebbers: Plaatjes!
          ساخت جوهر حاوی نانوذرات برای زیست‌چاپگر سه بعدی      Cache   Translate Page      

3d print heartمرجع پلیمر در بازار ایران: شرکت انگلیسی آئدر با همکاری دو دانشگاه، اقدام به ساخت جوهر حاوی نانوذرات برای زیست‌چاپگر سه بعدی کرده است. این شرکت قصد دارد تا دریابد که آیا هوش مصنوعی می‌تواند به تسریع فرآیند چاپ سه بعدی کمک کند.   زیست‌چاپگر سه بعدی آئدر (Aether) یکی از استارت‌آپ‌های فعال در حوزه […]

نوشته ساخت جوهر حاوی نانوذرات برای زیست‌چاپگر سه بعدی اولین بار در پلیم‌پارت. پدیدار شد.


          Solid State Technology and Devices Seminar, Feb 15      Cache   Translate Page      
In the coming age of Internet of Everything (IoE) where people-process-device-data will be seamlessly connected, CMOS Electronics will play critical enabling role. Beyond performance-power-area-cost, what might be the featuring characteristics for such electronics? What would be the role of CMOS technology? What new applications may emerge beyond computation-communication-display-IoT applications?

To address these important questions, inspired by nature, we are redesigning conventional CMOS electronics into physically fully compliant electronics to redefine their purposes. We integrate heterogeneous materials (classical crystalline and novel 1D/2D) and processes (state-of-the-art CMOS technology, emerging inkjet for interconnects, 3D printing for encapsulation, electrochemical deposition (ECD) for through polymer via (TPV), automated transfer, Lego like lock and key assembly) through robust manufacturable processes for high volume production of physically flexible, stretchable and reconfigurable 3D-IC and multi-dimensional (MD-IC) CMOS electronics (including roll-to-roll processes of flexible silicon based CMOS electronics). Next, we are using machine learning to incorporate AI and actuators (like microfluidics, responsive materials, etc.) into these electronic systems to make them interactive. Finally, we are particularly focus on affordability and safety of these electronics. By introducing sustainable materials and processes (like non-functionalized paper based electronics, biocompatible and biodegradable encapsulations, DIY assembly, etc.), we envision to take these democratized (easy to learn, simple to build and use and affordable) electronics to masses to let them access advanced electronic technologies for personalized healthcare, safety, mobility, automation and sustainability. We have successfully used these electronics from lab testbed to commercial products as wearable for human, marine species, plants and objects to gradually realize Internet of Everything.

Bio: Mustafa (PhD, ECE, UT Austin, Dec 2005) is currently a Visiting Professor of EECS, UC Berkeley. He is also a Professor of Electrical Engineering, KAUST. He was Program Manager in SEMATECH (2008-2009) and Process Integration Lead for 22 nm node FinFET CMOS in Texas Instruments (2006-2008). His research is focused on futuristic electronics which has received support from DARPA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GSK-Novartis, Saudi ARAMCO and SABIC. He has authored 350+ research papers and patents. His students are working in MIT Media Lab, Stanford, Caltech, UC Berkeley, Harvard, UCLA, Intel, TSMC, and DOW Chemicals. He is a Fellow of American Physical Society and Institute of Physics (UK), a distinguished lecturer of IEEE Electron Devices Society, and an Editor of IEEE T-ED. His research has been extensively highlighted by international media (CNN, Fox News, Washington Post, WSJ, IEEE Spectrum, etc.) including being featured by Scientific American as one of the top 10 world changing ideas in 2014.
          Comment on This light-powered 3D printer materializes objects all at once by Robert Eckert      Cache   Translate Page      
Probably won’t happen in my lifetime, but I think it would be cool to see something like this be able to reproduce living matter. Even if it is single cell amoeba.
          Bolt Action Sniper Rifle Legendary Battle Royale 3D Printed Prop Toy by Senpai3D      Cache   Translate Page      

95.00 USD

If you need this by a specific date, please lemme know and I will do my best to make it happen :)
If you want the orange tip on the item's barrel, please let me know also!

This is an entirely hand-painted, full-scale 3d printed prop inspired by one of the most useful items in the hit game. This allows you to wield your very own legendary Bolt action sniper rifle! At a length of 42 inches, this exists at the perfect scale for male or female cosplayers or perfect for display on any wall! Its super lightweight so it's easy to carry around while looking absolutely awesome. This is the perfect gift for anyone who loves the game! It arrived in the mail with a detached PVC barrel for easy assembly and shipping.

The “unpainted” option comes as a completely white, assembled kit print for sanding, gap-filling, and painting to be done by you!

Thank you SO much to ExplodingRedCow9 for sharing this awesome 3d model! Check out the model over at: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2833899

Note: This may smell like paint initially after being opened from the shipment packaging but this will quickly dissipate

--Legal Notice--
*This is not an officially licensed product and is only considered "fan art" protected under Fair Use as I am not profiting from the item in a commercial way, I am only being paid for my services for assembling and printing the item. If you have any concerns, please contact me before placing any reports with Etsy.*
**I do not claim any ownership of the Sniper design and this model is a handmade replica made specifically for cosplay and entertainment purposes.**


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          5 Ways to Improve Your Pad by Printing Art      Cache   Translate Page      

Is your bachelor pad missing that extra… something? Why not incorporate a few pieces of fine art? Nothing classes up a bachelor pad quite like art does.

Unfortunately, quality art can cost you an arm and a leg. But what if we told you that you can create great art for your home only by using a printer? Here are 5 ways you can boost your home’s aesthetic through the tried-and-true practice of home printing. And you don’t have the break the bank to get an MTV-worthy crib!

1.      Stylize Bathroom Tiles

A great bachelor pad must have a great bathroom. Your bathroom décor should be so clean and elegant that it’ll distract from that fact that the room is used for bodily hygiene. One element of the bathroom that makes a huge difference: tile. If you live in an older building, your bathroom tile might be chipped or faded. Or, it’s possible that your bathroom is too bland overall, in which case it wouldn’t hurt to spice up the bathroom tile.

You can use home printing to give your bathroom tiles a makeover. Silly as it sounds, it’s really easy to do and it can add a whole new flair to your bathroom aesthetic. Here’s what you do:

Using a photo design document, like Photoshop or InDesign, create a stunning design that you can overlay over each tile.Adjust the design so that it’ll match the measurements of a single tilePrint the design on clear matte sticker paperWhen printed, cut away the excess sticker paperCarefully stick the design onto the bathroom tilePrint out the design in bulk and apply to all the tiles in your bathroom

In no time, the tiles in your bathroom will be more decorative, or, at the very least, their imperfections will be less noticeable.

2.      Create 3D-printed Items

You can undertake more intricate art projects via 3D printing. What is 3D printing? Basically, a 3D printer allows you to print out 3D objects. The machine uses melted plastic and precise layering to craft any kind of item, so long as you can make a digital blueprint of it. 3D printing is still in its early stages, but there are smaller 3D printers available that are compact enough for a bachelor pad. If you don’t own one, don’t worry—this is the only 3D printer solution on this list. But if you do, here are a few artistic creations that you can produce:

A bust of yourself and friendsLampshadesVasesSculptures

You can even craft furniture! You’ll have to print your furniture in pieces, and then assemble it IKEA-style. But if there’s a furniture design that you really want, that you either can’t afford or can’t find, a 3D printer can bring it to life. You can literally create one-of-a-kind creations with a 3D printer, so long as you apply some creativity and ingenuity.

3.      Create Multi-Panel Art

One of the most popular pieces of hanging wall art is the multi-panel. You’ve definitely seen it before, but here’s an example if you need a little refresher. What’s great about multi-panel art is that it gives you flexibility on where and how you hang the pieces. And the separation between each panel provides enough wall space to make the art blend in perfectly with the minimalist aesthetic of contemporary décor.

Most printers aren’t large enough to print out a gallery-sized painting or photograph. But you can definitely print out multi-panel art to frame and hang on your wall. Multi-panel artworks are composed of two or more pieces, which makes the printing process manageable:

Figure out how you want to segment the painting or photographPrint out each piece individuallyFrame each piece and arrange them on the wall

If you’ve taken a great photograph, or you’ve painted or illustrated an image you’re proud of, turn it into a multi-panel piece that’ll add some flourish to your wall.

4.      Print Art

Do you have a favorite work of classic art? Or have you created your own work of art that you’d love to show off on your wall? Why not print it out and frame it?

Many folks are reluctant to print out artwork on a standard printer because they don’t like how it looks on standard printer paper. But that’s an easy remedy! Just pick out a different kind of printer paper that’s best suited to the artwork you’re going to print. So long as you use an inkjet printer (laser printers don’t print color images as well), you’ll be able to turn your bachelor pad into a small gallery.

5.      Create Wood Art

Wood art refers to an illustration that’s done on a panel of wood. These make for some of the most luxurious artwork pieces you can place in your pad. It’s more complicated than printing designs for bathroom tiles, but it’s not quite as extensive as 3D printing—here’s a great tutorial on how to do it. The best thing is that it’s cheap! Head on over to Home Depot and buy a small panel of wood, and you’re halfway done.

Whether you’re trying to craft a stylish place to hang with your friends or an elegant abode to impress your date, printing artwork is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to class up your pad and give it an air of sophistication.

The post 5 Ways to Improve Your Pad by Printing Art appeared first on Bonjourlife.


          This 3D Printed LED Softbox Really Shines      Cache   Translate Page      

Generally speaking, objects made on desktop 3D printers are pretty small. This is of course no surprise, as filament based printers are fairly slow and most don’t have very large beds to begin with. Most people don’t want to wait days for their project to complete, so they use 3D printed parts where it makes sense and supplement them with more traditional components such as aluminum extrusion wherever possible. But not always…

This 3D printed photography softbox created by [Nicholas Sherlock] doesn’t take the easy way out for anything. With the exception of the LEDs and the electronics to drive …read more


          This 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle Looks Like Something From “TRON”      Cache   Translate Page      
An electric motorcycle called Nera looks like something from a video game — a design made possible by the fact that it's almost 100 percent 3D printed.

Print “Motorcycle” A new BBC video shows an electric motorcycle called the Nera that looks like something from a stylized video game — a “TRON”-like design made possible by the fact that it’s almost 100 percent 3D printed, down to the airless tires. “The idea was to demonstrate to designers and engineers and architects and the […]

The post This 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle Looks Like Something From “TRON” appeared first on Futurism.


          This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues      Cache   Translate Page      

We thought with the Sony A6500 that the overheating issue days with Sony would be over, but apparently not. Eterprising user, Brian Windle, over on Thingiverse, however, has developed a solution. It’s a 3D printed bracket that houses a couple of USB-powered fans to blow cool air onto the back of the camera underneath the […]

The post This guy created an open source 3D printable solution to A7III overheating issues appeared first on DIY Photography.


          15%OFF for CCTREE Filament      Cache   Translate Page      
15%OFF for CCTREE Filament with code:5d42bf,10%off for 3D printer & filament with code:5f17f5 Use coupon code (if blank discount is included in the banner link): 5d42bf
          This 3D Printed LED Softbox Really Shines      Cache   Translate Page      

Generally speaking, objects made on desktop 3D printers are pretty small. This is of course no surprise, as filament based printers are fairly slow and most don’t have very large beds to begin with. Most people don’t want to wait days for their project to complete, so they use 3D printed parts where it makes sense and supplement them with more traditional components such as aluminum extrusion wherever possible. But not always…

This 3D printed photography softbox created by [Nicholas Sherlock] doesn’t take the easy way out for anything. With the exception of the LEDs and the electronics to drive …read more


          Wisconsin Sales - 3D Printing/Engineering technology - college market - Haldeman Homme, Inc - Madison, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          NEW ARRIVAL! Whimsical fairy Deer Antlers Horns 3D Printed (Ultra Light Weight Plastic) twisted vine antlers forest comic-con by MudandMajesty      Cache   Translate Page      

150.00 USD

They are large and majestic, statement cosplay horns. May be requested unpainted for your own project. They stand about 12" tall.

The set is attached to a headband but will come unattached to better protect them during shipping

Screws and predrilled headband will be included!

Processing time is 3-5 days however the closer it gets to Holidays the processing time is longer as we get a lot of orders at the same time so please order soon:)

You will be amazed at how light they are and how great they look. Have fun!
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          3d creative graphic design for a Frosted glass vinyl film      Cache   Translate Page      
I need 3d creative graphic design for a Frosted glass vinyl film for car rental office Show me your ideas before starting. Please no time wasters (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: 3D Design, 3D Model Maker, 3D Printing, 3D Rendering, Graphic Design)
          Lawmakers pitch slew of new gun bills      Cache   Translate Page      

After passing a suite of gun laws last year, lawmakers are proposing measures including purchase waiting periods, 3D printing bans, and looser magazine limits.

Read the story on VTDigger here: Lawmakers pitch slew of new gun bills.


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           Orbex unveils world’s largest 3D-printed rocket engine       Cache   Translate Page      

The new Orbex Prime engine burns liquid oxygen and propane#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

UK-based space startup Orbex has unveiled the world's largest 3D-printed rocket engine. The single-piece, cryogenic liquid-fueled engine is installed in the second stage of an engineering prototype of the company's Orbex Prime launcher and is claimed to be more powerful by volume than many heavy launchers.

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          ACAD *.dwg to Fusion 3D object      Cache   Translate Page      

I have an Autocad *.dwg drawing of a rib profile that I want to impost into Fusion and then use revolve or rotate to get a 3D object that I can then print on a 3D printer. 

I have been able to get the *.dwg in Fusion as a Sketch but cannot assign it to a plane or surface where it can be used/manipulated. 

How can I do this? 

Should I have drawn a 3D cube before importing the *.dwg first?  

I've searched & Googled but haven't hit the answer yet.


Thanks for your time and effort, J e r

          Orbex Builds World’s Largest 3D Printed Rocket Engine      Cache   Translate Page      
UK start-up Orbex has just built the world’s largest 3D printed rocket engine. The engine is unique in that it is the first one printed entirely as a single piece without any joins. As a result, ... - Source: 3dprinting.com
          Biogelx are proud to continue working with ReMDO to apply advanced manufacturing to regenerative medicine.      Cache   Translate Page      

The RegenMed Development Organization (ReMDO) is a non-profit organization that manages a consortium of more than 60 industry and academic members to advance regenerative medicine manufacturing technologies. In partnership with the US Army Medical Research & Materiel Command (USAMRMC), the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) awarded ReMDO a five million, five-year programme to develop universal […]

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          TRIDITIVE signs a partnership with two spanish technological centers for SCALADD AM platform      Cache   Translate Page      

The partnership will allow the development of new materials and mechanical characterization of final parts for  AMCELL®     SCALADD the additive manufacturing platform for mass production of TRIDITIVE will give access to industrial companies to mass production with Additive manufacturing thanks to AMCELL® and the expertise provided by the Network of experts in SCALADD. […]

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