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          Sales Associates (Smile Sales Associate) - SmileDirectClub - Kitchener-Waterloo, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
The Company is the first digital brand for straightening your smile, created after the realization that recent trends in 3D printing and telehealth could bring...
From SmileDirectClub - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 21:44:04 GMT - View all Kitchener-Waterloo, ON jobs
          These 3D-printed homes can be built for less than $4,000 in just 24 hours      Cache   Translate Page      

New Story printable homes 7

  • Last March, the 3D printing company Icon produced a 350-square-foot tiny home that cost $10,000 and took just 48 hours hours to build.
  • The company was confident that it could print a larger structure in just 24 hours for even less — around $4,000 — since the printer wasn't running at full speed. 
  • A year after its prototype was released, Icon is now selling an upgraded version of its 3D printer.

Printable homes represent the latest wave in construction, but they're not always cheap or easy to build.

In March, New Story, a housing nonprofit based in San Francisco, and Icon, a construction-technology company that designs 3D printers, defied these stereotypes by producing a $10,000 tiny home in just 48 hours.

Icon called the structure "the first permitted, 3D-printed home in America."

Read more: A French family just became the first to permanently live in a 3D-printed home

At 350 square feet, the house was far cheaper than the average tiny home, which has a price tag hovering at around $25,000, but can often reach six figures. Before using 3D-printing technology, it took New Story eight months to build 100 homes, each costing about $6,000.

While the prototype was being developed, Icon's printer, known as the Vulcan, was running at only 25% speed. That gave the companies confidence that they could build a 600- to 800-square-foot home in just 24 hours for $4,000 or less.

When it comes to producing an average-sized home — around 2,000 square feet — the savings aren't quite as stark. A year after releasing its $10,000 prototype in Austin, Texas, Icon told the Wall Street Journal that printing a 2,000-square-foot home would cost around $20,000.  

More remarkable is the fact that the company's upgraded printer, the Vulcan II, is now available for purchase, and could soon be used to produce affordable homes in places like Austin and Latin America. 

Icon's first 3D model offers a glimpse of what the machine could produce in the future. Take a look. 

SEE ALSO: This 24-year-old uses a 3D printer to make prosthetic limbs for people in the world's poorest countries

The Vulcan II can produce a home seamlessly onsite, without having to piece together individual units.

The printer churns out layers of cement, which amass to form the walls of the home. Non-printed fixtures like doors and windows are installed later. 

The Vulcan II is capable of producing walls that are up to eight-and-a-half feet tall and up to 28 feet wide.



The printer is designed to be mobile and weighs about 3,800 pounds.

The Vulcan II is operated by a tablet, which means only a few workers are required to produce a 3D home. 



It's also made to withstand rural weather conditions, meaning it could operate during a power shortage or without access to potable water.

The home's cement mixture is also able to withstand extreme weather conditions.



See the rest of the story at Business Insider
          Accessibility-Boosting Furniture Hacks - 'ThisAbles' from IKEA Transforms Furniture with 3D Printing (TrendHunter.com)      Cache   Translate Page      
(TrendHunter.com) While there are building codes in place that mandate accessible architecture and interior design, people with disabilities are underserved when it comes to furniture design—IKEA Israel is out to...
          Could 3D-printing technology help make homes more affordable?      Cache   Translate Page      
With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
          Nexa3D and BEGO introduce Varseo XL dental 3D printer at IDS 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Nexa3D, an additive manufacturing vendor backed by XponentialWorks, has announced the launch of the Varseo XL resin-based 3D printing system at IDS 2019 in Cologne, Germany. The Varseo XL is the latest addition to a portfolio of 3D printers marketed and sold by BEGO, a provider of dental materials. It will be commercialised in the... [Read entire story]
          360 LIVE: 3D Printing Tips with Fusion 360      Cache   Translate Page      
Watch Brad Tallis from Autodesk show you some tips while 3D Printing from Fusion 360. ▻GET STARTED | https://autode.sk/2HaB2Jk FREE TRIAL … source
          ICON launches new large scale Vulcan II 3D printer to build affordable homes      Cache   Translate Page      
ICON, an Austin-based construction technologies company, on Monday unveiled its new “Vulcan II” 3D printer that can print up to a 2,000 square foot house quickly at half the cost.
          Bugatti unveils Baby II, a €30K EV with 3D printed Type 35 body      Cache   Translate Page      
For its 110th birthday, French car manufacturer Bugatti is digging up the Bugatti Type 35, the company's famous racing car also called the Bugatti Baby, and giving it a modern makeover.
          Business Development Manager (3D printing)      Cache   Translate Page      
NY-New York, Description: HENKEL IS FOR THOSE WHO STEP UP. DO YOU? At Henkel, you can make a difference and craft your career. That’s why you own your projects and take full responsibility from an early stage. Our unique brands in markets around the world open up countless opportunities to follow your convictions and explore new paths. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset that allows you to always think out
          Proglašeni dobitnici nagrade SoMo Borac      Cache   Translate Page      

Dvadeset članova regionalnog žirija i predžirija sastavljenog od članova medija i digitalnih profesionalaca imalo je težak zadatak odabrati one najbolje. U sveukupno osam kategorija bile su 123 prijave, a osim dobitnika, 3D printanu SoMo Borac nagradu dobili su i finalisti.

Jako smo zadovoljni i s brojem prijava i s njihovom kvalitetom”, otkriva Ružica Vrdoljak Ličina, iz organizacije SoMo Borca, “a posebno nas raduje jako velik rast prijava u SoMo tech kategoriji.


          Could 3D-printing technology help make homes more affordable?      Cache   Translate Page      
With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
          These 3D-printed homes can be built for less than $4,000 in just 24 hours      Cache   Translate Page      

New Story printable homes 7

  • Last March, the 3D printing company Icon produced a 350-square-foot tiny home that cost $10,000 and took just 48 hours hours to build.
  • The company was confident that it could print a larger structure in just 24 hours for even less — around $4,000 — since the printer wasn't running at full speed. 
  • A year after its prototype was released, Icon is now selling an upgraded version of its 3D printer.

Printable homes represent the latest wave in construction, but they're not always cheap or easy to build.

In March, New Story, a housing nonprofit based in San Francisco, and Icon, a construction-technology company that designs 3D printers, defied these stereotypes by producing a $10,000 tiny home in just 48 hours.

Icon called the structure "the first permitted, 3D-printed home in America."

Read more: A French family just became the first to permanently live in a 3D-printed home

At 350 square feet, the house was far cheaper than the average tiny home, which has a price tag hovering at around $25,000, but can often reach six figures. Before using 3D-printing technology, it took New Story eight months to build 100 homes, each costing about $6,000.

While the prototype was being developed, Icon's printer, known as the Vulcan, was running at only 25% speed. That gave the companies confidence that they could build a 600- to 800-square-foot home in just 24 hours for $4,000 or less.

When it comes to producing an average-sized home — around 2,000 square feet — the savings aren't quite as stark. A year after releasing its $10,000 prototype in Austin, Texas, Icon told the Wall Street Journal that printing a 2,000-square-foot home would cost around $20,000.  

More remarkable is the fact that the company's upgraded printer, the Vulcan II, is now available for purchase, and could soon be used to produce affordable homes in places like Austin and Latin America. 

Icon's first 3D model offers a glimpse of what the machine could produce in the future. Take a look. 

SEE ALSO: This 24-year-old uses a 3D printer to make prosthetic limbs for people in the world's poorest countries

The Vulcan II can produce a home seamlessly onsite, without having to piece together individual units.

The printer churns out layers of cement, which amass to form the walls of the home. Non-printed fixtures like doors and windows are installed later. 

The Vulcan II is capable of producing walls that are up to eight-and-a-half feet tall and up to 28 feet wide.



The printer is designed to be mobile and weighs about 3,800 pounds.

The Vulcan II is operated by a tablet, which means only a few workers are required to produce a 3D home. 



It's also made to withstand rural weather conditions, meaning it could operate during a power shortage or without access to potable water.

The home's cement mixture is also able to withstand extreme weather conditions.



See the rest of the story at Business Insider

          How to Make a #3DPrinted Smart Flower Pot      Cache   Translate Page      
Beautiful print from 5Volts on Instructables:n this project, we will make a 3D Printed Flower Pot that could house a small-medium sized plant with an LED display on the outside to indicate the moisture of the soil.Read more and see more on YouTube
          Expert 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
          Adventures in 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://kariem.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…

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More Successful…

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(Miniature not included.)


          The 3D Printer for Schools? UP Mini 2 Review      Cache   Translate Page      
In this video I share my thoughts on the UP Mini 2 3D Printer. This printer was generously provided by 3dprintingsystems.com It now lives at the Greenacres … source
          Could 3D-printing technology help make homes more affordable?      Cache   Translate Page      
With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
          Personal plastic recycling machine 3D printing raw materials no longer have to spend money to buy exit safe mode      Cache   Translate Page      
Individual plastic recycling machine 3D printing materials don’t have money to buy Tencent digital news (compiled: Guti) will our life produce a lot of waste plastic products, beverage bottles, old packaging and so on, and we will choose to save the waste plastic recycling station to sell. But in addition to this way, there is […]
          SoMo Borac award winners announced at Weekend Media Festival      Cache   Translate Page      

Twenty members of the regional jury and pre-jury assembled of the media and digital professionals had a difficult task of picking the best work. The eight categories had a total of 123 submissions, and the 3D printed SoMo Borac award was also given to the finalists.

„We are very pleased with the number of applications as well as their quality“ stated Ružica Vrdoljak Ličina, from the SoMo Borac organization „and we are especially thrilled that there is an increase of applications in the SoMo tech category.


          3D drawing for 3d printer      Cache   Translate Page      
very simple design. one piece, no moving parts. rectangle with 2 screw holes, for plastic 3D printer. will send dimensions. (Budget: $30 - $250 CAD, Jobs: 3D Rendering)
          Going a Little bit off-topic (demonstrating my homemade mini metal lathe      Cache   Translate Page      
In this post I will talk about one of my favorite tools that helps me in building and developing my 3d printers , so Today I will talk about my homemade mini metal lathe...

In my opinion the metal lathe is the mother of all metal shaping tools because it can be used to drill , turn , bore , shape and even mill metal parts and it was a dream for me sometime ago

here is some pictures of my lathe in its current status





the main body is fabricated by welding pieces of 8x8 cm square metal tubes to form a L shaped frame that can hold the spindle bearings and the bed rails



other parts like cross slide and angle slide are made using 10 mm thick aluminum sheets and some 6mm steel sheets









for now I am using my lathe without a tail stock , maybe I will find more time in future to build one , but actually I successfully used this lathe to build a hotend for my 3d printer



I hope you liked it and thank you for reading.

Elias




          Can it be a multi-use assistant machine ?      Cache   Translate Page      
Being a mechatronics hobbyist always gives me the passion to have more gadgets and machines that helps me to reach my projects faster and better , and actually this is the way the whole 3D printer idea came , but why don't we think about the 3D printer using a little bit different way ?
Why don't we think about it as a cnc machine that moves some 3D printing equipment ?
I think this idea guides me to more exiting projects and more abilities inside my mini home workshop , and these are some of my Ideas that has been done with the 3D printer.

I used the machine with a rotary tool to make it as a mini "CNC" router or engraver and that required using some cam software with minor modifications in settings to get the desired "Gcode" that works with my printer.

Actually I got surprised with the results I got after I finished engraving a small piece of hard wax , it was so accurate and all details appeared well ..!










This attempt gives me the desire to try other uses like PCB manufacturing ,so I chose to try "ink-scratching" method because it is very easy and fast to use and gives nice resolutions , so I started with making a spring loaded scratching head and fixed it to the printer carriage , and again the printer gave very nice results and more than enough for home workshop prototyping , and this is the method I used to develop my all-in-one 3D printer controller (check this link).












          Testing the new 3D printer      Cache   Translate Page      
So it's time to test the printer and its printing speed...

I think it's much better than the first printer I have built and it's much faster , but it still needs some work with the extruder (the hardest part to function perfect) but it is doing well now and I am working on improving it because I can't buy a premade one from here so I will post about it when it get ready .





          My all-in-one homemade controller      Cache   Translate Page      
Getting a ready to use 3D printer controller was a good idea, so after a long waiting I got the RAMPS 1.4 controller and some DRV8825 stepper drivers modules from outside the country, and I was happy with it until I found that I need more high current outputs , so I decided to rebuild my printer controller and I chose to make the system as one printed board that handles all other components and also to build all other unavailable components. So I used the printer itself to scratch an ink coated pcb (coated with a permanent marker) and build the desired controller board after designing the schematics and the layout using "eagle cad" software

so the finished board had these specifications:

- 6 stepper motor drivers .
- 6 high current PWM controller outputs .
- 6 endstop inputs .
- 2 servo outputs .
- WIFI or Bluetooth for wireless connection and control .
- LCD with a rotary encoder and keys to act as standalone user interface .
- SD card slot that will give the printer the ability to finish a full print job without a pc .
- I2C port that gives the ability to connect many I2C components (lcd drivers or digital pins expanders for more keys or even more eeprom ) .

and I used these components with the system :

- Drv8825 modules as stepper drivers and that give the printer the ability to drive steppers with up to 1/32 step resolution .

- Esp8266 module with 1MB rom with the esp-link firmware that give the printer an TCP/IP serial port over wifi network or over a standalone access point .

- high current mosfets that can handle at least 10 amps .


and here is the designed and the finished board...




















and some pics about the making process of the printed board ...











          A whole new design for a new printer...      Cache   Translate Page      
After I got some experience in 3D printing I found that a 3D printer must have more specifications to be able to give reliable and accurate prints and the first thing I can think about to get more accuracy is rigidity, and actually this is one of the most important things that delta printers needs , so that gave me the decision to change the whole design and use one of my favorite kinematics that I always wanted to try not only to get more rigidity but also to get more printing speed so I chose to start with the core xy kinematic.

with corexy I can make the X and Y axis as one gantry and fix it to the printer frame that have a separate Z axis
I chose to make the frame out of 5x5cm with 3mm thick angle aluminum bar and of course I used the delta printer to print all plastic parts I designed


and here are some pics for the frame and the XY gantry with the printer bed frame I made




















          The New self printed parts...      Cache   Translate Page      
So it is time to share what my 3d printer looks like now because the printer finished printing it's own new parts out of  PLA thermoplastic

the 3d printed parts gives the printer more accuracy and more accurate moves and with this new parts I rebuild the printer with less than an hour and that what I was hoping to do when I started the whole 3d printer idea but unfortunately I could not access a 3d printer in that time because there was no 3d printer in my country

anyway , i can say now that i finished building my printer and it's time to 3d print more things or maybe i will print even a more accurate 3d printer with another mechanism ...

and lets see some pictures of the finished printer..
















and here is a pic for 3d printed timing pulley with 0.3 layer height ..








          The main controller board      Cache   Translate Page      
The main board is a single sided homemade pcb , it contains all necessary connectors for 3d printer components and it has extra pins for future extensions

i build this board after understanding how the RAMPS shiled works so i rearrange the pins to make the board a single sided pcb





as shown the board can control :
5 stepper drivers 
3 heaters 
4 fans 
4 servos 
6 endstops  
3 thermistors  
lcd with all buttons needed  
sd card 
and it contains a PS-on pin (to turn on the power supply ) and a serial and i2c connectors for Bluetooth or WiFi  modules ,and also it has 15 pins for any additional features to add in future 

it has a built in 5v voltage regulator to power all extensions and components except the thermistors that are powered from the arduino mega to keep them accurate .

there is fear of high load components with this board because it only controls other components with no high amps running through it.





          The Start...      Cache   Translate Page      
I started the 3d printer project by making a research about 3d printers kinematics and types and i choosed the delta kinematic because it can make faster moves and its body is easier to make and also it need only 4 stepper motors so it is cheaper to make.


Here it is the finished printer and I will post more detailed pictures for each part in the next days




The hot-end carriage can move in a circle with 250 mm diameter and about 290 mm over the bed




          The idea       Cache   Translate Page      
As a machatronics hobbyist I always tried to make projects using arduino boards and reverse engineering and used parts from old devices, but sometimes completing projects is hard especially when it comes to the making of needed solid parts or moving parts 

So making any part with any shape (at least at home) had always been a dream, and a 3d printer is the tool that can fix the problem and helps making more professional projects,  but first a 3d printer by itself will be the next project and the start for more and more great projects...

Homemade 3d printers are getting more popular these days and making a 3d printer is becoming easier than before because of components and modules that any hobbyist can connect to each others to make a 3d printer even without understanding how each part or module works..

But what if we can't get those components?! And what if we can't get even basic parts?!

That what happened with me because in my country there is no supplies for 3d printers especially for electronics like arduino shields or stepper motor drivers or even small heater cartridges and I can't get these parts here so I decided to make each part I can't get until I reach my 3d printer

And in this blog i will share my work and problems and solutions that made me go ahead toward the finish of the 3d printer

Elias


          3D Printer Could Build A House In A Day      Cache   Translate Page      
Here’s an older article that is still interesting. Have we started 3D printing houses yet in 2019? It looks like they are still at the phase of seeking investors, but I like this idea. Imagine being able to lease a 3D printer to build your entire house. The technology, called Contour Crafting, is already here … Continue reading
          3D Printing Video – Women In 3D Printing!      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s about time more women were featured in the 3D Printing industry. Here is one such pioneer.
          Intent Based Networking and 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page      
Intent based networking will drive the hyperscale applications of the future such as the Internet of Things, 3D Printing, Fintech Services, Streaming Media, Logistics and other areas… Firms Welcome Cisco to Intent-Based Networking, So What’s That? For one thing: “the next big thing on the networking horizon.” “Apstra has the only vendor-agnostic intent-based networking system […]
          Inside 3D Printing Seoul Opens Up The New Era Of Digital Manufacturing      Cache   Translate Page      
KINTEX holds the 4th annual Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo with Rising Media on June 28-30, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Inside 3D Printing returns to Seoul with an unprecedented event scale of 73 exhibitors and sponsors in 210 booths, with an expected attendance of +9,000 visitors from 25 countries. Inside 3D Printing is […]
          Meet Some of the Speakers at the 3D Printing Conference and Expo – Strategies for the 3D Ecosystem      Cache   Translate Page      
INSIDE 3D PRINTING CONFERENCE & EXPO RETURNS TO NEW YORK! EXHIBIT HALL OPEN TUES. MARCH 14 10:00AM – 5:00PM AND WED. MARCH 15 10:00AM – 3:45PM     Tyler Benster As a High Tech Evangelist, Tyler lives and breathes all things technology. He works with startups and the Fortune 100 alike to launch new initiatives […]
          Can Objects Be Fabricated To Express Properties And Complexity Found In Nature?      Cache   Translate Page      
Rising Media’s Inside 3D Printing San Diego Reveals Agenda and Partners with Uformia to Announce The Nature Game; December 14-15, 2016 Rising Media announced the full program for Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, taking place in San Diego, California on December 14-15, 2016. Rising Media also announced details of The Nature Game, also taking […]
          Rising Media Launches the Frontier Tech Forum to Drive Business Innovation with Emerging Technologies – 3D Printing, Robotics, and Virtual Reality; To Debut in San Diego on December 14-15, 2016      Cache   Translate Page      
Rising Media announced the launch of the Frontier Tech Forum, an umbrella brand encompassing the Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, and Virtual Reality Summit global conference and expo series. The Frontier Tech Forum is set to debut in San Diego on December 14-15, 2016. (San Diego, California – October 18, 2016) – Rising Media announced the […]
          3D Printing Industry Videos – What Do Marketers Need To Know About 3D Printing?      Cache   Translate Page      
When 3D printing came in, the engineers were the audience. But what about 3D Printing marketing?
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Pinterest Marketing? Oh yeah, and when you’re done managing your Pinterest account, don’t forget to run your business too! All joking aside, you’ve got a full plate as it is. But the numbers behind Pinterest don’t lie. Pinterest users spend hours browsing for products they want in their lives. You know you can’t ignore the […]
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Recently, giant 3D printers in China were able to produce ten houses in just one day, and at a cost of less than $5,000 per house, proving just how time and cost efficient 3D printing can be. So how does 3D printing work, and why is it so efficient? How can 3D Printing enter the […]
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Netflix Inc. has acquired the rights to the documentary Print The Legend, about a 3D printing industry which has drawn recent attention from Wall Street. Netflix said, the documentary, which Netflix will premiere exclusively in 2014, goes behind-the-scenes of the top American 3-D printing brands as they fight to dominate the sector. So-called 3-D printers […]
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This quick 1 minute 3D Printing video discusses the 3D Printing Channel and gives the viewer a basis to understand how the channel can help you promote your business in the 3D Printing industry.
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Chance Turner of EPD Electronics in Harrison shows off a 3D printer and robotic arm to Burrell High School students on Tuesday, March 12, 2019.

Talk about your homework.


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Cemetery Modular Map-Tiles (COTBS)Publisher: Black Scrolls Games

Grab it now and you'll also get a 3D printable mausoleum as a free gift!

The download link will be in the "thank you for your purchase" letter.

Time-limited offer, only for the fastest gamers!

Available only until the 13th, 12 pm CST.

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To get it printed without Grid Lines please >> click here <<


The Cities of the Black Scrolls - Cemetery tiles are finally here!
Thanks to our awesome Kickstarter backers we had a chance to create this set. Thank you!

This set is fully compatible with our Fortress, Moat, and Village tiles. It is perfect to create smaller buriel sites or bigger graveyards and cemeteries.

30 double-sided tiles that are containing cemetery corner, straight, open an other areas with and without fences, cu-out gates, corners and ruined parts.


This set includes many double-sided, amazingly detailed 6x6 inch sized tiles in both physical and digital formats, and will provide you a more thrilling gaming experience while you are sitting around a table or having fun online with your friend. 

Play a more atmospheric game 

The areas are on 6 inches by 6 inches sized, double-sided tiles with seamless borders that make it possible to mix them with each other. If you are the type who likes the wonderful and breathtaking visual worlds of movies and games, then you can relive them on your gaming nights sitting around a table in your home (or online) with your friends.

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Every tile has an alternative and unique night version on the other side! (Digital version is also included.)

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Features of the digital tiles:

- Easy to print PDF files, print out as many tiles as you need for your game! You’ll get them in 300 dpi, high-quality format! (1 inch=300px)
- Small printer-friendly draft tiles to help you plan your areas (PDF, 200DPI)
- JPG and PNG files that you can use in online Virtual Tabletop programs (300dpi, 1 inch=300px)

Check the publisher preview under the cover for more details about the content!

Features of the printed tiles:

>>> This product will come with grid overlay in printed format, if you need the printed cards without grid lines please click here to add it to your cart. 

You will get 31, double-sided cemetery tiles.

- 3 description tiles (cover, addresses + content, sample map)
- 4 U-shaped end tiles
- 6 "open" graveyard areas
- 3 passage tiles (with sidewalls on top and bottom)
- 6 corner areas
- 7 sidewall tiles
- 2 cut-out tiles with sidewall ends, corners, gates and ruined sidewall pieces

Check the "publisher preview" under the cover for more details about the content!

- Double sided and UV coated durable tiles with the night version on their other sides where it is suitable. 
- You can draw on them with wet-erase markers! 
- Connect them easily with transparent tape or use any no-slip materials to prevent tiles from sliding. (Stronger tapes could remove the top coat, please use it only on your behalf.)
- The smaller cut-out elements like doors and corridors will not be pre-cut to keep our prices low but you can easily cut these few items around with sharp scissors.

Detailed, lovingly crafted graphics which will make your gaming nights more thrilling!

The design of the tiles is the result of our eight years’ experience we spent in the mobile game and tabletop game business. We hope that the 3D rendered graphic we use will represent a higher standard in tabletop gaming and provide a more thrilling gaming experience for our customers at a more affordable price. 

Variate, re-usable and modular tiles to help you create diverse fortresses quickly and easily and to save you time and money. Spend more time with the adventure and NPCs instead of seeking new maps to the different adventures. These tiles will always be handy. 

Bould the cemetery you ever dreamed of!

More pictures with details:

Miniatures are D&D, Bones and our own printed minis and they are only for scale.

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Use it with the Village and Moat sets! 

"The quality of the artwork and colors blew my players away." by J.F. Kelly via Geek Dad

"The artwork from Black Scrolls Games is some of the best I've seen. If you are into RPG gaming, you owe it to yourself to check out their products." by K. Williams

"Just got these in the mail today and they look FANTASTIC!" by Nathan D. via DriveThruRPG for our Modular Inn tiles

"This is one of the best battlemats that I've ever seen. It features the same gorgeous near-photorealistic look that you find in both Lord Zsezse Works and Black Scrolls Games products. Each tile is distinct and many have elements that help inspire your storytelling... Just get it..." by Jacob R. for our Tropical Islands set

"I ordered them just to see if the product was as good as said.... WOW. Great map design. It is really great en realistic 3D, and that on a flat surface. The material is great and of high quality. And has a handy format. Also being able to just tape them together and use dry-erase pens... I am a big fan and will order more of these." by  Roy B for our Keeper of the Realms map

I've created my products because they make my work easier as a Game Master, and game sessions are more enjoyable with them. As usual, this set has become much bigger than I planned, but I didn't want to give you a half-finished product or earn money on later expansions. I've forged all of my experience and knowledge I collected as GM and 3D artist in the past years into these tiles and I hope you will enjoy them at least as much as I enjoyed working on them. If you still have questions, please read the FAQ below or write to me in the comment section, I will try to reply you as soon as I can.

Have a good game, fellow gamers!


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The Locken (Join our PATREON)Publisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

- Our Monster Miniatures are Support-Free and print without any preparation!

- Each come with a based and a non-based version.


If you would like regular monthly monster miniatures, Deluxe models and Epic-sized model kits....then look no further!

JOIN our Monster Miniature PATREON!

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.

We are now making our Dungeons Core TOTALLY FREE for you to download and enjoy!

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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 (60 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 3.50
RETRACTION SPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 6 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4

Price: $4.99
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Dental 3D Printing Market research report delivers a close watch on leading competitors with strategic analysis, micro and macro market trend and scenarios, pricing analysis and a holistic overview of the market situations in the forecast period. The Insight Partners offers a latest report on “Dental 3D Printing Market Analysis and Forecast 2027” delivering key […]
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The plans are free, but you’ll need to bring your own 3D printer.

Ikea is the largest furniture manufacturer in the world. But its sleek designs, filled with handle-less drawers and low-profile furniture, aren’t necessarily friendly to the needs of people with disabilities.

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With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
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          Could 3D-printing technology help make homes more affordable?      Cache   Translate Page      
With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
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Tweets (Tulsi Gabbard). She is literally the only sane choice from either party.

"Bernie Sanders-Style Politics Are Defining 2020 Race, Unnerving Moderates" (Martin/Ember) (((('donors'))) and their employees are terrified, not that a progressive Democrat will lose, but that she or he might win):
"And about the Republican strategy, led by Mr. Trump himself, to pin the “socialism” label on the Democrats in 2020?

Senator Brian Schatz of Hawaii said it was mostly just his party’s elite “donor class” that had anything to fear from a sweeping, progressive agenda.

Well, them and the arbiters of conventional political wisdom, he added.

“What we’ve learned from last two presidential elections is that nobody knows anything,” Mr. Schatz said of the election of former President Barack Obama and Mr. Trump. “The people who write op-eds and stroke their chins and tell us how to win are the people who have been getting it wrong for almost two decades now.”"
"Power Failure and Blackout: An Update on the Situation in Venezuela" (Strether).  "Venezuela Denounces US Participation in Electric Sabotage".  Little Marco knew more about the details than he should have known, and also seemed able to predict that this would happen.  "The Psychosis of the Neocons: Senator Marco Rubio “Makes Fun” of the Suffering of the Venezuelan People" (Nimmo).

Speaking of Albright:  two devils: tweet (William Owen):
"500,000 dead Iraqi children and a coup in Venezuela "
"Another Failed Coup in Venezuela?" (Ciccariello-Maher) (Guido's a big bust, and is now more valuable to the CIA as the short end of a false flag):
"On Monday, Guaidó made a less-than-triumphant return to Venezuela and, despite his violation of a travel ban, the government has opted not to arrest him for now. If anything, Maduro will protect him at all costs: Amid threats on Guaidó’s life, the Lima Group has warned of dire consequences should anything happen to him. If Guaidó were to be killed, however, it would almost certainly be at the hands of a Venezuelan right-wing eager to provoke military intervention (the government has dismantled similar plots in the past)."
"Trudeau, Bolsonaro, et al: “Informed Consent” and the Political Contempt for Human Life" (Deutsch).  Bolsonaro, Guido, Trudeau, peas in a pod and the statesmen of our time.  "The hidden key to the SNC-Lavalin scandal" (Garossano).

"Macron Calls for “European Renaissance” in Controversial Alt-Right Pivot" (Durocher).  "Macron publishes platform for European elections calling for EU police state" (Lantier).  "Algeria: The Iceberg That Could Sink Emmanuel Macron" (McConnell). It is useful for people to see what a Khazarocracy looks like:  "Act 17: Police soak Yellow Vest demonstrators with water cannon, fire teargas (VIDEO)".  Tweet (Sarah Abdallah):
"Meet the unarmed protesters who have been mutilated by Putin’s thugs. Oh no wait... These are demonstrators disfigured by Macron’s police in France. Nothing to see here. "
"Rouhani and Imran Khan Discussion Action Against al Qaeda":
"Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has urged Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to take “decisive” action against the al-Qaeda* linked Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group which claimed responsibility for the deadly 13 February terror attack against IRGC forces on a highway in eastern Iran near the Pakistani border.

‘We are awaiting your decisive action against these terrorists,” Rouhani told Khan in a phone call on Saturday, as quoted by Press TV.

The Iranian leader added that Iran was “fully ready to cooperate with the Pakistani Army and government to eradicate these terrorists, whose presence is not in favour of us, you or the region.”

“We should not allow decades of friendship and fraternity between the two countries to be affected by the actions of small terrorist groups, the source of whose financing and arms is known to us both,” Rouhani stressed.

Tehran earlier accused Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States of facilitating terrorist violence against Iran.

Khan reportedly responded that Pakistani forces had closed in on the terrorists’ hideouts, and that there would soon be “good news” for Iran.

“It is in Pakistan’s own interest not to allow our territory to be used by terrorist groups, and the Pakistani army is prepared to confront the terrorists more decisively with the information provided by Iran,” the Pakistani prime minister said, according to Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency."
"Mueller's Manafort Scam: 4 Years In The Slammer For Helping Ukraine Against Russia!"(McCarthy).  It can't be repeated enough that there is wrongdoing, but it all involves Ukrainians, the people who have set up much of #Russiagate.  The short sentence reflects the fact that what Manafort did is standard, bipartisan, operating procedure in Washington, done by all these political camp followers peddling influence, and the only reason Manafort ended up in a courtroom was the need to find somebody to take the fall for #Russiagate, simply to prove that it exists in some form, so the Democrats could maintain their precious ((('donor'))) model of grifting.  He's a terrible fellow, and indubitably a crook, but also a victim.

"Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Two" (Armstrong).  It remains unclear if Trump, what with all those circumcised dicks in his mouth, has completely given up on MAGA and decided to take a break from sanity to collect more shekels, or whether the most recent round of nonsensical behavior is just some kind of head fake before he returns to electioneering mode.  Despite everything, he still hasn't crossed any Rubicons.

Yank and Yang and dine:  tweets (Daniel Schulman). Trump consistently invites the local human trafficker/pimp to dine with him and his fancy pals, and the pimp sets up an office to sell seats at the same table.  This strikes as more of a real scandal than the entirety of #Russiagate.

"The Trump-Yang Voter Explained" (Wallace).  "Andrew Yang Rejects Support From White Nationalists" (Wallace).  There are two big elephants in the room - the Anthropocene, and the massive job losses which are going to occur very soon due to various forms of automation.  It is striking that both are completely ignored by most of the political classes, and Yang is the only one even mentioning the massive social effects of the job losses.

"Syria Preparing Its Missiles for the Next Battle with Israel" (Magnier).  It would be hilarious if Israel reached its inevitable ignoble end as a result of some desperation Bibi campaign stunt.

The English language has an expression 'if the shoe fits', and the Khazars, as part of their Jewish pseudoscience of psychoanalysis, have the concept of projection.  "Did pro-Israel lobby funding influence Democrats' responses to Ilhan Omar?" (Perkins).  "The Shameful Attack that Backfired" (Zogby).  Tweet (Roosh):
"PornHub employee appears on Reddit AMA criticizing their forced incest porn trend to say that it is "antisemitic rhetoric." Thing is, no one brought up the Jews. She quickly edited her comment. "
It is not uncommon for the guilty to misinterpret what they hear as an accusation that in fact has not been made.  Omar has in fact been extremely careful throughout in what she says, as devastating as it has turned out to be, because the Khazars and their beshekeled stooges consistently rushed to fill in the blanks.  It is interesting that the things that she didn't say, the words they put in her mouth to make a better story - largely as bait to the Americans who see a visible Muslim - the quintessential elements of 'anti-Semitism', are actually 100% true.  Note from the Mandel tweet that he actually admits everything, but claims it is just self-defense for the poor universal victims buying a little respite from the haters (and a series of wars which have ruined the lives of millions of people).

More 'emperor's new clothes' truth, and gleeful responses to finally hearing it:  "Ilhan Omar Blasts Obama For "Caging Of Kids" Along Border, 'Getting Away With Murder' Overseas" (Durden).

"Meghan McCain Ridiculed After Accusing Jewish Cartoonist Of Anti-Semitic Cartoon Of Her" (Scarce).

"More Power to You Miss Omar" (Margolis) (such a 'nice' people!):
"The prescient and courageous Pat Buchanan said it years ago: the US Congress was ‘Israeli occupied territory.’ His political career was ruined.

So was my mother’s career. She was one of the first American female journalists to cover the Mideast in the early 1950’s. After extensively reporting the unknown fact that there were nearly one million Palestinian refugees driven from the new state of Israel, she was silenced by advertisers pulling ads from the papers she wrote for and, finally, threats to throw acid in my face. Her career was ruined."
"If US sanctions Turkey, can India be far behind?" (Bhadrakumar) (but was it really Melania?):
"The Turks harbour the suspicion that the failed coup in July 2016, which was masterminded by the Turkish Islamist preacher Fetullah Gulen living in Pennsylvania in exile for the past two decades, had covert American support.

Last week, incidentally, US First Lady Melania Trump visited a pre-kindergarten class in Oklahoma, which Ankara believes is linked to supporters of Gulen. Turks believe that the White House was taunting Erdogan."
"“Canada’s Dershowitz”, Apologist for Israeli War Crimes, nominated for Peace Prize" (Engler). Cotler.  A total monster, a man so evil that most of us can't even comprehend it.  Blood pours from his fangs, so he is a perfect winner.

Although it is not, of course, in the (((media))), the fish-in-a-barrel murder tactics of the 'nice' people - I just can't get over how consistently 'nice' they are! - continues, week by week:  tweets (Billy):
"My former doctor, a wonderful human being from London, Ontario, Canada, was shot by Israeli security forces. He was there to treat casualties and conduct research on 3D printed tourniquets. He never approached the fence."
"Why is there so little media skepticism about Leaving Neverland and its allegations against Michael Jackson?" (Walsh).  Both alleged 'victims' have separately been completely debunked.  Oprah Winfrey is working overtime to sell this drivel, and she is essentially an employee of David Geffen, with this movie part of the massive Geffen-protection racket of distraction.  Geffen is infamous for being the big 'Hollywood' pedo ringleader, and the strategy - which includes the Atlantic take-down of Singer (also guilty as hell, but a relatively small fish) - has been very successful, with Geffen never mentioned except on the gossip sites.  The same (((people))) are still finding ways to make money off poor Michael.
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Silicon Valley startup and nonprofit New Story and Austin-based construction technology company Icon are taking on new-home construction and affordability by way of 3D printing.

Silicon Valley startup and nonprofit New Story and Austin-based construction technology company Icon are taking on new-home construction and affordability by way of 3D printing.

Icon's Vulcan II 3D printer can print a small home's frame in less than 24 hours, and later this year, it will print a neighborhood of more than 50 homes in a semi-rural Latin American community for families who earn less than $200 a month. According to Fast Company's reporting, Vulcan II builds walls and floors with layers of concrete in a day, with conventional roof, windows, and utilities to be completed the next day. 

In Haiti, where progress to rebuild after the 2010 earthquake was painfully slow, the nonprofit developed a new process to build more efficiently. But it realized that the pace of traditional construction would always hamper its ability to address the global need for better housing. After analyzing various options to speed up construction and decrease costs–including prefab homes–the team realized that 3D printing could be a viable solution. In late 2017, they began working with Icon, funding the R&D work necessary to develop the machine.

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          PLuGHiTz Live - Special Events (Video): Formlabs brings accuracy and flexibility to the 3D printing market      Cache   Translate Page      
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3D printers have become a very popular device category, even becoming popular for in-home use. While these printers can accomplish a lot, there are some things that your standard, consumer-grade 3D printer just cannot pull off. There is another category of printers, however, that is far more capable than the ones you'll find in a retail store. Commercial 3D printers, like the ones from Formlabs can print in more detail, with different materials, and more.

If you've ever encountered something printed by one of the consumer printers, you know what it looks like. The surfaces are usually rough and often you can see and feel the individual layers where it was printed. That is because of the overall resolution of the printer. Think of a consumer printer more like a dot-matrix printer, but the commercial printers are like laser printers. In fact, if you look at the Formlabs printer, it actually uses a laser in its setup. This method allows for a smooth finish and an indistinguishable print layer. In fact, these printers print in 50-micron layers, making them essentially indistinguishable.

In addition to resolution, the Formlabs printers also allow for some incredibly unique printing materials. At the event, the company showed off some of these unusual materials. One of the most impressive was a dental grade polymer, which is being used to make dentures. This process allows a dentist to take a scan of your mouth and enter it into a computer, printing a new set of dentures in the office. This is faster, cheaper, and more convenient than taking a physical mold of the mouth and shipping it to a production facility, having to wait for the dentures to be produced and shipped back.

Truly, though, the most impressive material was called Elastic and was a completely flexible material. You can squeeze the printed item in your hand, bend it around, and the item will correct itself. Essentially, it is like being able to print with rubber bands instead of hard plastic. There are many jobs that this material can make possible that were simply out of reach in the past.

The Formlabs printers are available now starting at $3,350.

Interview by Daniele Mendez of The New Product Launchpad.

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Daniele is a student at Florida Polytechnic University who is studying Computer Science with a concentration in Cyber Security. In High School, she was introduced to the science and technology world through the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), a robotics foundation where students of varying ages can compete through tasks that their robots perform. With help from mentors she met through FIRST, she became interested in programming and developing. Today, Daniele is a special events host for F5 Live: Refreshing Technology and PLuGHiTz Live Special Events and a co-host for both The New Product Launchpad and FIRST Looks.

Scott ErtzEpisode Author

Scott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLuGHiTz Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the DDR community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bar Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and judging engineering notebooks at competitions. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors.

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Het hot end is het hart van de 3D printer. Is deze slecht, dan zullen de printjes er ook niet uitzien. Ik heb een E3D V5 hotend. De handleiding van E3D is uitstekend, dus ik zal hier niet al teveel uitwijden over het in elkaar zetten van de printkop. Hieronder zie je het aluminium huis […]
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With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
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          Could 3D-printing technology help make homes more affordable?      Cache   Translate Page      
With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
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Scientists have developed a novel 3D printer that uses patterns of visible and ultraviolet light to dictate which of two monomers are polymerized to form a solid material. Different patterns of light provide the spatial control necessary to yield multi-material parts.
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@vblog_tech @3Dpcb http://www.cesvblog.com/ http://www.nano-di.com/ #ces2016 #gadgets #vr #gaming #IoT #startup #wearables Tweets by vblog_tech info //at// cesvblog.com Ariel Shapira Hod Berman Source How will 3D PCBs stack up to the real thing? How will 3D printed circuit boards stack up to the real thing? 3D printing is all the fad, but is it all overestimated […]

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3D printing technology has improved significantly over the past few years, and the price of 3D printers has come way down. When 3D printers first became available they cost a small fortune. Consumer printers used to cost at least $5,000, which was far too much for the average drone hobbyist. Now, a good-quality professional 3D [&hellip
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The laser sintered metal 3d printers are on the rise, but they are still expensive and require inert gas. As it stands though, they are very precise. The company to build the first viable unit also printed fully functioning 1911s that only required heat treating and coatings. The only parts they didn't print were the springs.
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Cemetery Modular Map-Tiles (COTBS)Publisher: Black Scrolls Games

Grab it now and you'll also get a 3D printable mausoleum as a free gift!

The download link will be in the "thank you for your purchase" letter.

Time-limited offer, only for the fastest gamers!

Available only until the 13th, 12 pm CST.

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To get it printed without Grid Lines please >> click here <<


The Cities of the Black Scrolls - Cemetery tiles are finally here!
Thanks to our awesome Kickstarter backers we had a chance to create this set. Thank you!

This set is fully compatible with our Fortress, Moat, and Village tiles. It is perfect to create smaller buriel sites or bigger graveyards and cemeteries.

30 double-sided tiles that are containing cemetery corner, straight, open an other areas with and without fences, cu-out gates, corners and ruined parts.


This set includes many double-sided, amazingly detailed 6x6 inch sized tiles in both physical and digital formats, and will provide you a more thrilling gaming experience while you are sitting around a table or having fun online with your friend. 

Play a more atmospheric game 

The areas are on 6 inches by 6 inches sized, double-sided tiles with seamless borders that make it possible to mix them with each other. If you are the type who likes the wonderful and breathtaking visual worlds of movies and games, then you can relive them on your gaming nights sitting around a table in your home (or online) with your friends.

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Every tile has an alternative and unique night version on the other side! (Digital version is also included.)

fortress map tile set night version

Features of the digital tiles:

- Easy to print PDF files, print out as many tiles as you need for your game! You’ll get them in 300 dpi, high-quality format! (1 inch=300px)
- Small printer-friendly draft tiles to help you plan your areas (PDF, 200DPI)
- JPG and PNG files that you can use in online Virtual Tabletop programs (300dpi, 1 inch=300px)

Check the publisher preview under the cover for more details about the content!

Features of the printed tiles:

>>> This product will come with grid overlay in printed format, if you need the printed cards without grid lines please click here to add it to your cart. 

You will get 31, double-sided cemetery tiles.

- 3 description tiles (cover, addresses + content, sample map)
- 4 U-shaped end tiles
- 6 "open" graveyard areas
- 3 passage tiles (with sidewalls on top and bottom)
- 6 corner areas
- 7 sidewall tiles
- 2 cut-out tiles with sidewall ends, corners, gates and ruined sidewall pieces

Check the "publisher preview" under the cover for more details about the content!

- Double sided and UV coated durable tiles with the night version on their other sides where it is suitable. 
- You can draw on them with wet-erase markers! 
- Connect them easily with transparent tape or use any no-slip materials to prevent tiles from sliding. (Stronger tapes could remove the top coat, please use it only on your behalf.)
- The smaller cut-out elements like doors and corridors will not be pre-cut to keep our prices low but you can easily cut these few items around with sharp scissors.

Detailed, lovingly crafted graphics which will make your gaming nights more thrilling!

The design of the tiles is the result of our eight years’ experience we spent in the mobile game and tabletop game business. We hope that the 3D rendered graphic we use will represent a higher standard in tabletop gaming and provide a more thrilling gaming experience for our customers at a more affordable price. 

Variate, re-usable and modular tiles to help you create diverse fortresses quickly and easily and to save you time and money. Spend more time with the adventure and NPCs instead of seeking new maps to the different adventures. These tiles will always be handy. 

Bould the cemetery you ever dreamed of!

More pictures with details:

Miniatures are D&D, Bones and our own printed minis and they are only for scale.

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cemetery graveyard map tile set role playing game cemetery graveyard map tile set role playing game

 cemetery graveyard map tile set

Use it with the Village and Moat sets! 

"The quality of the artwork and colors blew my players away." by J.F. Kelly via Geek Dad

"The artwork from Black Scrolls Games is some of the best I've seen. If you are into RPG gaming, you owe it to yourself to check out their products." by K. Williams

"Just got these in the mail today and they look FANTASTIC!" by Nathan D. via DriveThruRPG for our Modular Inn tiles

"This is one of the best battlemats that I've ever seen. It features the same gorgeous near-photorealistic look that you find in both Lord Zsezse Works and Black Scrolls Games products. Each tile is distinct and many have elements that help inspire your storytelling... Just get it..." by Jacob R. for our Tropical Islands set

"I ordered them just to see if the product was as good as said.... WOW. Great map design. It is really great en realistic 3D, and that on a flat surface. The material is great and of high quality. And has a handy format. Also being able to just tape them together and use dry-erase pens... I am a big fan and will order more of these." by  Roy B for our Keeper of the Realms map

I've created my products because they make my work easier as a Game Master, and game sessions are more enjoyable with them. As usual, this set has become much bigger than I planned, but I didn't want to give you a half-finished product or earn money on later expansions. I've forged all of my experience and knowledge I collected as GM and 3D artist in the past years into these tiles and I hope you will enjoy them at least as much as I enjoyed working on them. If you still have questions, please read the FAQ below or write to me in the comment section, I will try to reply you as soon as I can.

Have a good game, fellow gamers!


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IDES 450 – Interior Design Advanced Residential Studio Betty R. Torrell The senior-level students in the Interior Design program printed the designs of their custom furniture class assignment on the 3D printer in the 3DU.  The students’ assignment was to create a piece of custom designed furniture for their class studio project, which was a […]
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Rainier Square Tower

3Diligent, a Digital manufacturing company, 3D printed 140 exterior curtain wall nodes for the Rainier Square Tower, currently in construction in Seattle.

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Hopefully, you are familiar with lithophanes. If you aren’t, be sure to check out my other 3d lithophane article. In that article, I went over some slicer settings to get good quality lithophanes.  This time though, we’re going to make something FUN with our litho.. a Lithophane Night Light! What All Do I Need? This […]

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Very nice!
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The missing upper support on the y axis looks really weird to me. The same on the amazon pictures, so i guess its right. Hope you enjoy the device.
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Congrats on the printer. A new door opens.<br /><br />A note, you might want to consider:<br />You want the setup to be as rigid as possible. So printing on that leg-support thingomabob is rather suboptimal. Having the printer standing on loose ground can introduce oscilationmodes in the print. That is: the printer can start to oscilate with the weight of the printing head zipping back and forth to put down material. But I assume that was temporary anyway.<br /><br />On the topic of rigidity I believe there is a lot to be gained from adding corner bracing to the creality printers. I don't have one myself, but a buddy of mine found a guide on it somewhere. In general I think some of the main differences from these "entry-level" printers to the big boys is that the expensive models will pretty much print really nicely right out of the box, where as the more budget friendly printers stand to increase a ton in print quality if calibrated and fine-tuned properly!<br /><br />Best of luck to you!
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How's your new Ender 3! = 6?<br /><br />r/unexpectedfactorial
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Thanks for letting me know prices have dropped, I've been DYING to get one of these, I've got some models on file that i just Need to feel in my hands. Watching this I was excited for you, I want one so bad lol hopefully metal printers soon ;)
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I love how you continue to talk about the stuff I life! My current gig is developing in-process inspection systems for these guys: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGGLSN6CTwI">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGGLSN6CTwI</a> <br /><br /><br />It's been interesting to be able to say, "I need a bracket to hold a laser window (or whatever) right over HERE ..." and simply have it printed. At least in the research labs, our machines have been printing parts to modify the machines that printed them. It changes your world when you start having the tooling to make more tooling. "If you don't like the Universe, modify it!"
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Very good review of the Up Mini 2 from TierTime, I am not sure about that part cooling or lack there of, I agree, its 2017, lets get that cooling fan rocking! Great review Jaidyn, thanks for sharing your thoughts and experience with this printer. Very awesome that you are able to donate this to the library, too. Expand those minds!
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Your production quality is clearly improving - looks good! I'm really keen to see and hear more about the whegged robot. Any news?
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I'm sooo happy right now. I used to watch all of your videos about two years ago. The last video I watched was a vlog named "I'm Back" and then you stopped sharing videos. Today I saw your Deathstalker Chroma review and I'm freaking out right now. I've just subscribed your channel and I won't miss another video again! Please keep filming and sharing videos. I love your style <3
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Gesa Schneider [Source: Women in 3D Printing]

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Cemetery Modular Map-Tiles (COTBS)Publisher: Black Scrolls Games

Grab it now and you'll also get a 3D printable mausoleum as a free gift!

The download link will be in the "thank you for your purchase" letter.

Time-limited offer, only for the fastest gamers!

Available only until the 13th, 12 pm CST.

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To get it printed without Grid Lines please and nbsp; and gt; and gt; click here and lt; and lt;


The Cities of the Black Scrolls - Cemetery tiles are finally here!
Thanks to our awesome Kickstarter backers we had a chance to create this set. Thank you!

This set is fully compatible with our Fortress, Moat, and Village tiles. It is perfect to create smaller buriel sites or bigger graveyards and cemeteries.

30 double-sided tiles that are and nbsp;containing and nbsp;cemetery corner, straight, open an other areas with and without fences, cu-out gates, corners and ruined parts.


This set includes many double-sided, amazingly detailed 6x6 inch sized tiles in both physical and digital formats, and will provide you a more thrilling gaming experience while you are sitting around a table or having fun online with your friend. and nbsp;

Play a more atmospheric game and nbsp;

The areas are on 6 inches by 6 inches sized, double-sided tiles with seamless borders that make it possible to mix them with each other. If you are the type who likes the wonderful and breathtaking visual worlds of movies and games, then you can relive them on your gaming nights sitting around a table in your home (or online) with your friends.

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Every tile has an alternative and unique night version on the other side! (Digital version is also included.)

fortress map tile set night version

Features of the digital tiles:

- Easy to print PDF files, print out as many tiles as you need for your game! You and rsquo;ll get them in 300 dpi, high-quality format! (1 inch=300px)
- Small printer-friendly draft tiles to help you plan your areas (PDF, 200DPI)
- JPG and PNG files that you can use in online Virtual Tabletop programs (300dpi, 1 inch=300px)

Check the publisher preview under the cover for more details about the content!

Features of the printed tiles:

and gt; and gt; and gt; This product will come with grid overlay in printed format, if you need the printed cards without grid lines please and nbsp;click here and nbsp;to add it to your cart. and nbsp;

You will get 31, and nbsp;double-sided and nbsp;cemetery tiles.

- 3 description tiles (cover, addresses + content, sample map)
- 4 U-shaped end tiles
- 6 "open" graveyard areas
- 3 passage tiles (with sidewalls on top and bottom)
- 6 corner areas
- 7 sidewall tiles
- 2 cut-out tiles with sidewall ends, corners, gates and ruined sidewall pieces

Check the "publisher preview" under the cover for more details about the content!

- Double sided and UV coated durable tiles with the night version on their other sides where it is suitable. and nbsp;
- You can draw on them with wet-erase markers! and nbsp;
- Connect them easily with transparent tape or use any no-slip materials to prevent tiles from sliding. (Stronger tapes could remove the top coat, please use it only on your behalf.)
- The smaller cut-out elements like doors and corridors will not be pre-cut to keep our prices low but you can easily cut these few items around with sharp scissors.

Detailed, lovingly crafted graphics which will make your gaming nights more thrilling!

The design of the tiles is the result of our eight years and rsquo; experience we spent in the mobile game and tabletop game business. We hope that the 3D rendered graphic we use will represent a higher standard in tabletop gaming and provide a more thrilling gaming experience for our customers at a more affordable price. and nbsp;

Variate, re-usable and modular tiles and nbsp;to help you create diverse fortresses quickly and easily and to save you time and money. Spend more time with the adventure and NPCs instead of seeking new maps to the different adventures. These tiles will always be handy. and nbsp;

Bould the cemetery you ever dreamed of!

More pictures with details:

Miniatures are D and amp;D, Bones and our own printed minis and they are only for scale.

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 cemetery graveyard map tile set

Use it with the Village and Moat sets! and nbsp;

"The quality of the artwork and colors blew my players away." and nbsp;by J.F. Kelly via Geek Dad

"The artwork from Black Scrolls Games is some of the best I've seen. If you are into RPG gaming, you owe it to yourself to check out their products." and nbsp;by K. Williams

"Just got these in the mail today and they look FANTASTIC!" and nbsp;by and nbsp;Nathan D. via DriveThruRPG for our Modular Inn tiles

"This is one of the best battlemats that I've ever seen. It features the same gorgeous near-photorealistic look that you find in both Lord Zsezse Works and Black Scrolls Games products. Each tile is distinct and many have elements that help inspire your storytelling... Just get it..." and nbsp;by and nbsp;Jacob R. for our Tropical Islands set

"I ordered them just to see if the product was as good as said.... WOW. Great map design. It is really great en realistic 3D, and that on a flat surface. The material is great and of high quality. And has a handy format. Also being able to just tape them together and use dry-erase pens... I am a big fan and will order more of these." and nbsp;by and nbsp; Roy B for our Keeper of the Realms map

I've created my products because they make my work easier as a Game Master, and game sessions are more enjoyable with them. As usual, this set has become much bigger than I planned, but I didn't want to give you a half-finished product or earn money on later expansions. I've forged all of my experience and knowledge I collected as GM and 3D artist in the past years into these tiles and I hope you will enjoy them at least as much as I enjoyed working on them. If you still have questions, please read the FAQ below or write to me in the comment section, I will try to reply you as soon as I can.

Have a good game, fellow gamers!



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Scientists are constantly looking for ways to reduce industrial waste, with reuse for other purposes as one potential option. Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have achieved this for an intractable biorefinery byproduct, lignin, through the development of a new composite material well-suited to additive manufacturing.

Lignin is what’s left over from the processing of biomass, researchers said. The material gives plants rigidity and also makes biomass resistant to being broken down. They described their work in an ORNL news release.

Using as much as 50 percent lignin by weight, a new composite material created at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory is well-suited for use in 3D printing. Lignin is a byproduct of biorefinery. (Image source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Creating a Composite

ORNL scientists have combined a melt-stable hardwood lignin with other materials—conventional plastic, a low-melting nylon, and carbon fiber—to create a composite that has suitable characteristics for extrusion and weld strength between layers during the printing process, they said. The composite also boasts excellent mechanical properties, said Moe Khaleel, associate laboratory director for Energy and Environmental Sciences at ORNL.

Researchers published a paper detailing their work in the journal Science Advances.

“ORNL’s world-class capabilities in materials characterization and synthesis are essential to the challenge of transforming byproducts like lignin into co-products, generating potential new revenue streams for industry and creating novel renewable composites for advanced manufacturing,” he said.

Not Easy

The team’s work was not without its challenges, researchers said. Lignin is not an easy material with which to work; it chars easily and can only be heated to a certain temperature for softening and extrusion from a 3D printing nozzle. This is because prolonged exposure to heat dramatically increases lignin’s viscosity, making it too thick for useful extrusion, they said.

The team found success in developing a composite for 3D printing by combining lignin with nylon. Much to their surprise, this combination increased the composite’s room-temperature stiffness while decreasing its melt viscosity, Amit Naskar, the lead on the project, said.

Moreover, the lignin-nylon material had tensile strength similar to nylon alone and lower viscosity, in fact, than 3D-printing polymers such as conventional ABS or high-impact polystyrene, he said. 

Neutron Scattering

To understand why the material combination reacted like it did, the scientists studied its molecular structure by conducting neutron scattering at the High Flux Isotope Reactor and used advanced microscopy at the Center for Nanophase Materials Science at ORNL. What they found is that the combination of lignin and nylon “appeared to have almost a lubrication or plasticizing effect on the composite,” Naskar said.

Indeed, by studying the structural characteristics, the team was able to bolster the 3D printability of the materials, said ORNL’s Ngoc Nguyen, another collaborator on the project.

Specifically, they mixed in a higher percentage of lignin—40 to 50 percent by weight—a 4 percent to 16 percent carbon fiber. The lignin percentage represents a new achievement in the quest for a lignin-based printing, Nguyen said. The result is a composite that heats up more easily, flows faster for speedier printing, and results in a stronger product, researchers said.

The ORNL team has a patent pending on its lignin-nylon composite, and plans to continue its work to refine the material and find other ways to process it, researchers said.

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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If you think that bars and coffee places were the areas that have been left untouched by 3D printers, you are mistaken. Technology continues to improve at a fast rate and it’s clear that 3D printing is making its way through every possible industry. Although 3D printing drinks is not common yet, adding its 3D... [Read entire story]
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http://www.numericalinnovations.com/collections/ace-translator-3000 Demonstrate using ACE 3D to convert an entire PCB set of Gerber files to 3D Step. Free Trial Download: http://www.numericalinnovations.com/pages/ace-translator-3000-download-demo Source How will 3D PCBs build up to the real thing? How will 3D printed circuit boards stack up to the real thing? 3D printing is all the fashion, but is it all overvalued […]

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We take Gerber/Drill from Eagle PCB and convert the board into a 3D model in SolidWorks. We use Artwork’s NETEX-G software along with the Read3Di plug-in. Source How will 3D printed circuit boards heap up to the real thing? How will 3D printed circuit boards stack up to the real thing? 3D printing is all […]

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Challenge: To produce an authentic to scale model of a calf feeder that was capable of feeding up to eight cavles at one time.
Background: This is the second version of this project.  In the inital version on this blog the student had produced a four calf feeder which was for potential use with a commercial business.   This model had to be produced as detailed in previous post.   This has taken number models and prototypes until the 'four feeder' was successfully produced.  The next step was to change the colour varation, which is a simple matter of changing the print colour and then increasing the size of the print.    This has involved significant testing and reworking to get the dimensions to scale - as this is is a potential collaboration between our school/students and a local business creating something to use with existing products not easily available on the market.
Level of Difficulty: High - this is a precision piece that needs to work to a specific size, be mounting successfully on a model fence and meet the needs of the cow models to interact with.  There is no margin for error and this requires precision, which has been a positive if challenging experience for the students.
Timeframe: Two hours - this has been produced with a 8mm nozzle which is our default size.  Consideration has been given to reducing the size of the nozzle to increase the quality of the print.
Size: This print is 80mm long and 25mm wide.   Crucial to the success of the print has been the hinges at the back which have been designed by the students.   These have allowed the feeder to be clipped into place on the fence.    Students have been experimenting with producing the best fit design to do this. 
What we would do differently: Our students are having a meeting examing the commercial aspects and considerations of mass production, they have identified a potential fault with the design and want to look at the considerations of its use (as a toy) relative to the strength of the print (specifically on the hinge that they have deisgned to hang it to the model fence.    As noted there is a potential issue with the size of the nozzle as well - it may be a print that we produce a higher quality print with my reducing the nozzle size. 
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Shower Thought

So, here's a literal shower thought that I have to get out of my head.


Sometimes you 3D print stuff that needs some kind of markings on the face. A good example is the Prusa LCD case and their brand name on the front:

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The way it's done here, is to create the markings by omitting material. Either by printing overhangs or by having the face upwards.

A second (in my opinion) more attractive way is to use color. This can be achieved by manually changing filament at a certain layer. For example using the Prusa color print tool. I did this in my model here:

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However this requires the face to be printed up and the markings need to be raised from the rest of the face.

So here's my thought: It should be possible to print the very first layer in multiple colors with manual filament changes in between. For this, the printer would need to print all elements of the same color first, then stop and ask for a manual filament change and continue with the next color. If you only use two or three colors, that would be easily doable. Maybe even for the first two or three layers.

I am aiming for an effect like the following but without the need for a Multi Material Unit (MMU) on my printer.

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So I am wondering – I can't be the only one who had that thought. It should be technically feasible. The only question is what slicer would create the appropriate gcode for me? Maybe an MMU aware slicer could be tricked into something like this? Did I miss something obvious somewhere? Has this been done before?

Answer: Here's how to do it

Of course I was not the first to think of this. User moorviper linked to some useful ressources in the Tom's 3D community forums.

A detailed description is available on Thingiverse.

The gist is:

  • set up a printer with multiple extruders in Slic3r
  • configure M600 (filament change) as the gcode command for a tool change
  • print a multi material model as if you have a multi-extruder printer

Pretty simple. I'm looking forward to try it on one of my next designs.

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3D printing can already create sensors for NASA rovers, rocket engines, safer football helmets, dentures. Name it, and it seems like it can be 3D printed. But the technology is still pretty limited, partly because most 3D printing systems can only make parts made of one material at a time. Now, researchers at the University of Wisconsin have discovered a way to use light to 3D print with more than one material.

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Every tile has an alternative and unique night version on the other side! (Digital version is also included.)

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With many parts of the country in the throes of a housing affordability crisis, an Texas-based company says it might have part of the answer.Construction technologies firm Icon this week showed off its next generation 3D printer for homes, Vulcan II, at its warehouse in South Austin.“We have been hard at work developing the next generation of our technology and are thrilled to unveil the Vulcan II printer today and announce we will begin shipping them next month and [...]
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By The ExOne Company NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / March 13, 2019 / The ExOne Company (NASDAQ: XONE) (“ExOne” or “the Company”), a global provider of three-dimensional (“3D”) printing machines and 3D printed products to industrial customers, announced that John F. Hartner, Chief Operating Officer, and Brian W. Smith, Senior Vice President – Corporate […]
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It's not the leak that many were hoping for, regardless it is still a peek at what Navi may offer when released.  The Inquirer spotted a mysterious AMD 66AF:F1 GPU attached to some Compubench compute results that could be a Navi GPU.  If that is indeed what it is then the new GPU will offer mid-range performance, as opposed to competing against NVIDIA's current family of high end cards.  It is rather telling that the Bitcoin Mining benchmark was not run, as we have seen in recent financial reports that bubble has pretty much burst.

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"In leaked benchmarks on CompuBench, the compute performance of the mysterious GPU suggested that it lags a little behind the Vega 56 and is more on par with the Radeon RX 580."

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