Borosilicate Glass Print Bed for RepRap 3D Printer 200x200mm

Borosilicate Glass print bed for Reprap style 3D printer. The material has excellent thermal and chemical properties compared to soda lime glass. Resists cracking due to direct high heat, perfect for a 3D printer bed. It is used on top of your heated print bed and provides excellent results. It’s a direct fit for an MK1, MK2 or MK2a heated bed. Can be used on 3d printer builds that have a 200 mm x 200 mm print bed including Prusa i3 and i2, Prusa Mendel, Mendel, Mendel Max Einstein and many others. Package Contents 1 x Borosilicate glass 3D print surface 200x200mm, 3mm thick.

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You Can 3D-Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin

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Formlabs, a 3D-printing supplies company, has a new kind of resin it’s calling ‘tough’. It’s still plastic, but plastic you can make real things out of.

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The company claims that things printed with Tough resin have about the same strength and impact resistance as ABS plastic. That’s not quite the 3D-printed car future we’ve all been promised, but it’s strong enough to make useful objects like chains and wrenches.

You Can 3-D Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin
You Can 3-D Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin

To print something out of Tough resin, you’ll need a Formlabs Form 1+ printer, which uses photosensitive resins and laser beams to sculpt objects. That technology enables the printer to bind each printed layer chemically, creating a chain of semi-flexible atoms that lends the final part extra strength, without needing to embed fibres in the material.

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3D Printer Kit RAMPS 1.4 + Mega 2560 + A4988 + Motor + Extruder RepRap+endstop

This is the new 3D Printer Starter Kit, developed specially for those beginners who are interested in 3D printer. You will have a complete set of most common and useful electronic components. You may learn about through using these basic projects.

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  • This product is a carrier board or breakout board for Allegro’s A4988 DMOS Microstepping Driver with Translator and Overcurrent Protection by Pololu; we therefore recommend careful reading of the A4988 datasheet before using this product. This stepper motor driver lets you control one bipolar stepper motor at up to 2 A output current per coil.
  • It is a Mega Pololu Shield, or RAMPS for short,designed to fit the entire electronics needed for a RepRap in one small package for low cost. RAMPS interfaces an Arduino Mega with the powerful Arduino MEGA platform and has plenty room for expansion. The modular design includes plug in stepper drivers and extruder control electronics on an Arduino MEGA shield for easy service, part replacement, upgrade-ability and expansion. Additionally, a number of Arduino expansion boards can be added to the system as long as the main RAMPS board is kept to the top of the stack. This board is mostly based on Adrian’s Pololu_Electronics and work by Tonok. Copper etch resists methods suggested by Vik. Also inspired by Vik’s work with EasyDrivers. circuit design based mostly on Adrian’s Pololu_Electronics Joaz at RepRapSource.com supplied initial pin definitions and many design improvements. Much inspiration, suggestions, and ideas from Prusajr, Kliment, Maxbots, Rick, and many others in the RepRap community.
  • Arduino Mega is an ATmega2560 as core microcontroller development board itself has 54 groups digital I / O input / output terminal (14 groups do PWM outputs), 16 sets of simulation than the input side, group 4 UARTs (hardware serial ports), using the 16 MHz crystal oscillator. With the bootloader, download the program directly via USB without having to go through other external writer. Supply part of the optional USB power, or as an external power using the AC-to-DC adapter and battery. Arduino development IDE interface is based on open-source principles, allows you to free download for use in project work, school teaching, motor control, interactive works.
  • Reprap smart RAMPS1.4 12864 LCD display controller This full graphic Smart Controller contains a SD-Card reader, an rotary encoder and a 128 x 64 dot matrix LCD display. You can easy connect it to your Ramps board using the “smart adapter” included. After connecting this panel to your Ramps you don’t need your pc any more, the Smart Controller supplies power for your SD card. Further more all actions like calibration, axes movements can be done by just using the rotary encoder on the Smart Controller. Print your 3D designs without PC, just with a g-code design stored on the SD card.
  • 42BYGH47-401A STEPPER MOTOR Size:42*42*47mm Shaft: 5mm diameter with flat Current Per Phase: 1.5A Holding Torque: 5.5Kg.cm (76 oz-in) Rated Voltage: 4.2V NO.of Phase: 2 Step Angle: 1.8¡ã ¡À 5% Resistance Per Phase: 2.8¦¸¡À 10% Inductance Per Phase: 4.8mH¡À 20% Insulation Class: Class B Dielectric Strength: 100Mohm Operation Temp Range: -20 ~ +40¡ã C Lead Wire: 22AWG / 750mm

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66-Year-Old Man is Cured of Rare Heart Condition Thanks to 3D Printing by Materialise

(image source: UCLA Health Science)

(image source: UCLA Health Science)

When it comes to complicated surgeries, 3D printing has really begun to make inroads in areas that previous technologies have had a difficult time with. We’ve seen the technology used to create medical models which have aided surgeons in procedures previously thought to be inoperable. These 3D printed models are capable of providing doctors with a tangible replica of arteries, organs and other tissues within the human body that previously were only replicable via 2-dimensional CT scans, MRIs and X-rays.

heart3Recently at UCLA, doctors were able to use a 3D printed heart model to go forth with a very complicated surgery on 66-year-old Richard Whitaker. Whitaker had been suffering from congestive heart failure, which resulted in two hospital stays over a period of months, and needed something done in order to save his life. He had been suffering from swollen ankles and extreme fatigue, as his lungs were not getting proper blood flow. He had very rare and unusually large pulmonary arteries, and this caused doctors quite a bit of concern as they contemplated different possible routes to take on replacing Whitaker’s defective pulmonary valve. Because of this, they elected to 3D print a model of his heart, including multiple materials in order to best replicate the organ. To do this, they utilized the services of Materialise.

“We are harnessing the latest technologies such as 3D printing to help us better address the most complicated cases,” said Dr. Jamil Aboulhosn, director of the Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center and the Streisand/American Heart Association Endowed Chair in the Division of Cardiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

The 3D printed heart model was created by taking a CT scan of Whitaker’s chest. The majority of the model consisted of a silicone-like material which was aimed at replicating the properties found within his heart tissue, while a harder material was used in order to replicate rigid calcium deposits within the organ. Working with Dr. Daniel Levi and Dr. Morris Salem, Dr. Aboulhosn was able to perform a mock surgery on this 3D printed heart, allowing the team to ensure that the replacement valve that would ultimately be inserted into Whitaker’s artery could fit his extra-large pulmonary arteries.

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Once the surgical team felt confident in performing the mock surgery, it was on to the real thing. They fed a valve and stent through a vein in Whitaker’s groin, all the way up to his heart, using a catheter. Once the valve was put into the correct location, it began working instantly, controlling the blood flow between his heart and lungs, allowing for it to only flow in one direction.

“We are very pleased that Richard is doing well,” said Dr. Aboulhosn, who also is an associate professor of cardiology and pediatrics. “With technologies such as 3-D printing and advances in minimally invasive procedures, congenital heart patients who might not have survived childhood 40 years ago are able to lead full, normal lives today.”

(image source: UCLA Health Science)

(image source: UCLA Health Science)

Within four days, Whitaker was discharged from the hospital, ready to resume a normal life and travel with his family, something which was greatly inhibited previously.

“I didn’t miss a beat and was able to get back to my life quickly,” Whitaker stated.

This is just one more case in which 3D printing was able to save the day. Without the advent of this technology, the surgery would have been much more tricky. The technology certainly will continue to gain traction within the medical field.

“The models created from 3-D printing are becoming more and more realistic,” Dr. Levi explained. “Even now, they allow us to predict which strategies we can use and in which patients. In the future, they will be used to not only simulate procedures but also allow more rapid development of new devices to help individual patients.”

What do you think about this latest case of 3D printing coming to the rescue of a patient? Discuss in the 3D printed heart model forum thread on 3DPB.com. Check out the video of this story below.

ROBO 3D PLA Red Printing Material, 1 kg, 1.75 mm, Rocket Red

Our high quality filament is here to help you seamlessly 3D print, enable you to bring your ideas to life, and showcase your reality. The filaments are universally designed and compatible with open source 3D Printers using 1.75mm diameter filament, with a dimensional accuracy of +/- 0.05mm.

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  • 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm)
  • PLA (Polylactic Acid) 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
  • For use on all open source FDM 3D Printers
  • Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature for ROBO 3D R1 3D Printer 210°C – 215°C (356°F – 410°F)

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Arturo Cardener c 3D printer parts Reprap E3D V6 all-metal aluminum alloy bowden hotend full kit/

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