Great 3D-Printers to look for 2016! Despite all the latest developments and new models in the 3D printers of different companies, they are all more or less similar to each other. This similarity that they share between them is the ability to only print the materials like PLA, ABS and exotic filaments. In this storm of new 3D printers, these…Read More
The Ultimaker 2 3D Printer Having a 3D printer can open up a whole new world of faster customization that is quite close to home. With the Ultimaker 2, you can have fun personalizing the objects in your life. Intended for both the skilled user as well as the beginner, the Ultimaker 2 is simple to interface with and nicely…Read More
3D-PRINTING Additive manufacturing also called 3D printing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed thing is reached using additive procedures. In an additive process an object is created until the entire item is created, by laying down successive layers of material. Each one of those layers may be…Read More
What are G-Codes and how 3D printers use it 3D printers fall under the category of computerized numerical control (CNC) machine. These are the computer aided manufacturing machines in which different tools are used to perform different operations and are controlled by a specific numerical controlled programming language called G-codes. As 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process in which…Read More
3D Рrіntеd Саr Аrіzоnа bаsеd саr mаnufасturеr Lосаl Моtоrs hаvе сrеаtеd thе wоrld fіrst fullу funсtіоnаl, 3D рrіntеd еlесtrіс саr, mаdе usіng јust 49 раrts аs орроsеd tо а trаdіtіоnаl саrs 5000 раrts. Тhе Ѕtrаtі, whісh іs Іtаlіаn fоr lауеrs, mеаsurеs 3ft bу 5ft bу 10ft аnd hаs сhаssіs bоdу mаdе оf оnе sоlіd ріесе wіth а tор sрееd оf…Read More
SITALL GLASS HEATBEDS Sitall is a Russian glass works, specializing in premium packaging products. Based in Roslav, 400km (250 miles) southwest of Moscow. Sitall Glass is something they developed for the 3D Printer market and for RepRap print Heat platforms. Without any other adhesives Sitall glass work like Wolfbite its molecules start moving and of course expanding slightly which when…Read More
Revolutionary 4D Print If 3D printing wasn’t enough to capture your attention, now designers and manufactures are discovering the awe inspiring 4 D printing, where the 4th dimension is time. IFL Science describes 4 D printing in this way “If you can imagine dropping a flat stretchable cloth over a randomly shaped object. The cloth then molds over the shape…Read More
About G-Code At the basic level, G-Code is the language by which people tell computerized CNC /3D Printer machines how to make something. G-Code is the instruction code that tells a 3D printer what to do. For example, the G-Code G0 X10 tells the machine to move the current tool to X position 10. Marlin’s GCode is loosely based on…Read More
Adhesives for your 3D Printer Adhesives is a must for almost everyone using a 3D Printer and it can certainly be a real pain in the b.. if you buy the wrong one. We put together a small list of different adhesion solutions and tapes. Enjoy! Make your own Opinion by the comments below each product. I tend to “stick…Read More
Every now and then we need a video because our eyes just wont read 5000 words.. I´m that guy..and Bob is the best workstation builder around, you can find his Youtube channel here . This guy is a beeeep genious! I will try to build this for my Ibox resin 3d printer (..gonna be a smaller box..). I might even make it a…Read More
I havent written about GRAPHENE Lab Inc. yet but this PLA Filament made first place in my todo list.
Graphene has developed a line of filaments in a variety of speciality materials, like wood, glow in the dark, and, “obviously”, conductive. Their latest product is a magnetic filament, which is now available from Graphene 3D Lab’s filament store and ours (just click the store button up top), BlackMagic3D, as well as from Amazon.
I have had success using a 122 deg. C. heated bed with a thin coating of Wolfbite Mega on a clean mirror, in conjunction with an enclosed printer and a chamber temperature of 60 deg. C. Higher chamber temperatures might further reduce part delamination and warping, but it hasn’t been tested by any of my collegues.Read More