3D Solutech Apple Green 1.75mm 3D Printer PLA Filament 2.2 LBS (1.0KG) – 100% USA

3D Solutech is a professional 3D printer filament manufacturer specialized in providing various colors and materials for 3d printing.

Quality is our top priority as we hand check each spool and vacuum seal.

3D Solutech PLA filament is proven to maintain smooth and consistent printing experience that achieves best printing result.

3D Solutech 3D Printer filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, no kinks or breaks and backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Polylactic Acid commonly known as PLA is frequently used thermoplastic material and a heated print bed is not required for this type of materials.

Check out our store for new and latest colors and materials for your 3d printer.

Ultra smooth technology

With our ultra smooth technology, our filaments are capable to extrude beautifully and smoothly that help to build a more delicate object.

Vacuum sealed

Our vacuum sealed packaging guarantees you to experience the best performance by isolating  moisturized environment to the filaments.

High compatibility

Our filaments had been tested on various brands of 3D printer in the market and with positive customers’ feedback.

100% USA

All our materials are purely grow and made in the USA.

 

Package Includes:

1 X 1.75mm PLA filament (2.2Lbs)

1 X Filament Clip

Product Features

  • 1.75mm Apple Green PLA filament
  • For common 3D printers such as MakerBot, Reprap, Afinia, UP, Mendel, flashforge, Solidoodle 2, Printrbot LC, MakerGear M2 and etc.
  • Backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
  • Temperature range is 190°C – 220°C
  • Made in the USA

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SODIAL(R) 3PCS Nozzle 0.3mm for RepRap 3D Printer Hot End compatible with E3D Golden

* SODIAL is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of SODIAL can sell under SODIAL listings.Our products will enhance your experience to unparalleled inspiration.
SODIAL(R) 3PCS Nozzle 0.3mm for RepRap 3D Printer Hot End compatible with Golden
Thread size: M6x1
Length: 12.5mm
Hex size: 8mm
Package contents:3 x Brass Nozzle 0.3mm.
Note:Light shooting and differnent displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing.The measurement allowed error is 1-3cm.

Product Features

  • Replacement nozzle for 3d printer extruder
  • use it with 1.75mm filament extruders
  • Compatible with Makerbot MK8 nozzle
  • These nozzles are compatible with V5/V6 for 1.75mm filament.

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UR Medicine working to print out bones on 3D printers

February 24, 2017 06:33 PM

Printing bones in 3D: UR Medicine researchers call this ‘the next breakthrough’ in reconstructive surgery.

Local scientists have been developing this procedure using 3D printing technology. They’re hoping to eventually use patients’ stem cells to replace damaged bones. Currently, they’re using the data taken from a patient’s CT scan, feeding it into a 3D printer, then creating a replica of a diseased bone.

Researchers at URMC believe this is the shape of things to come.

UR patient Kaydee had a tumor on her knee. “I fell; my tibia bone shattered. I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t move my leg. Surgery after surgery, hospital after hospital, this has been my life for the last four years.”

URMC has been using 3D printing for surgery rehearsals for a while now, but this time researchers are working to push the boundaries for patients like Kaydee.

“It will dramatically reduce surgery time because the surgeon won’t actually have to make the construct — it will be delivered,” says Dr. Edward Schwarz.

Edward Schwarz heads the team of scientists making replicas of bones for doctors. He tells News10NBC, replicas help patients better understand the problems and treatment they face. 

Mercurry 5pcs 2GT Timing Belt Aluminum Gear Clamp Mount Block Pack

The mount block is used in open belt closures for 2GT belt

Product Features

  • The mount block is used in open belt closures for 2GT(and some other models)belt.
  • Size: 9 * 40mm, the middle hole M4 is fixing hole.
  • Pitch: 1.1mm (the groove part)
  • Tooth width: 0.85 mm, depth of the tooth: 0.9 mm.
  • Quantity : 5 pcs

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3D Printing Pen with LCD Screen, CCTRO Scribbler 3D Pen Drawing Printer Pen for 3D Scribbler Printing, Drawing, Doodle Model Making and 3D Modeling, With 30g PLA Filament, Perfect Gift

● Upgrade 2nd Generation 3D Printing Pen with LED screen.
● LED Screen shows your control of temperature, speed, filament.
● Suitable for both kids and adults.
● Suitable for 1.75mm ABS or PLA Filament.
● Button controls allows you to control extrusion speeds.

3D Printing Pen help children improve spatial thinking ability, and also could increase the chances of intimate contact between parents and kids, make the distance with their children much closer.

Specification:
-Molding: Three dimensional molding
-Print range: Unlimited
-Spinning speed: Adjustable
-Temperature: 60-230 Adjustable
-Adapter: 100-240V 12V2A
-Net Weight: approx 62g
-Nozzle: 0.7mm Diameter
-Paints: ABS/PLA
-Plastic Feeding: 1.75mm Diameter

Package Includes:
1x Blue 2nd Generation 3D Printing Pen
1x 110-240V Power Adapter
3x 1.75mm PLA Filament with random colors, 10 gram per loop
1x Operation instruction booklet

NOTE:
DO NOT touch the nib during using it.
Please unload the filament after use and turn off the power.
DO NOT touch the nozzle before the 3D printing pen cooling.

Please kindly read the instruction before use 3D printing pen. Thank you.

Warranty:
2-Year Warranty! If there is any problems, please feel free to contact us soon, we will do our best!

Product Features

  • LED Screen Displays: LED screen will show current temperature, allowing for accurate melting levels. Side buttons control real time temperature, type of filament, and printing speed in one convenient location
  • Latest Technology: As pen draws, filament is filtered and heated through the body of the pen, which is then cooled down, creating a custom 3D object. Updated Version of Scribbler 3D Pen with LED Screen, easily change temperature control, use 1.75mm PLA or ABS plastic filament, switch easily!
  • Easy to Use: A single press for continuous extruding flow for more ease of doodling. Speed controls for more accurate and stable extruding. Filament can be switched freely by the switch button
  • Great Present for Kids – 3D Pen for Kids makes imagination become real. You can draw down your imagination on the paper, and make it real via this 2nd generation 3D printing pen. Pen-like design makes you feel comfortable and easy to hold the 3D printing pen. Kids can easily hold it in hand
  • 3D printing pen is perfect for children above 8 yrs old and adult no matter you are artists, hobbyist or creative lovers. Comes with 3 loops of 3M 1.75mm non-toxic PLA filament (random colors)

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Orthopaedic surgeons use 3D printer to build replicas of patient bone injuries in Mackay

Surgeons at a north Queensland hospital are using a 3D printer to build life-size replicas of patients’ fractured bones.

Mackay Base Hospital is the first hospital in regional Queensland to incorporate 3D printing into patient treatment, after similar machines were introduced in Brisbane and Gold Coast hospitals.

Surgeons can input data from patient CT scans into the printer, which then takes 3-12 hours to build the bone model, depending on the size of the bone and the severity of the fracture.

While the replica is being printed, doctors can check in remotely via a webcam installed inside the machine to monitor the building progress.

Orthopaedic surgeon Jonathan Davis said having the faithful replicas before surgery would allow doctors to make decisions they otherwise would have to make in the operating theatre.

“At the moment we have CT scans and X-rays which are all 2D and quite hard to visualise,” he said.

“A 3D structure, which is what you’re dealing with in life and then obviously when you’re in the operating theatre, there’s a lot of soft tissues in the way and you only have a limited exposure of the bone.

“In this case we can isolate the bone as a whole and hold it in your hand, have a look at it from all the angles and see what we’re dealing with.”

The printer uses tightly-rolled plastic filament that is heated to a high temperature, melted and then deposited onto a printing platform one layer at a time.

The printer was purchased by the hospital for about $8,000 and shipped from The Netherlands, but printing a bone can cost as little as $10.

Having more time to plan reduces infection

Dr Davis said having the replicas available could potentially reduce surgery time, leading to a lower infection risk.

“It’s all about decreasing the surgical procedure time,” he said.

“The best way to do that is with good prior planning of the surgical procedure and really having a plan of attack before you go in and open the skin.

“The longer the skin is open, there’s numerous issues including infection and also damage to the skin and soft tissues, which we can avoid by having shortened and efficient operating times.

“From a surgical planning point of view, it will save time in terms of the time the patient may be on the operating table, because we’ll have more of a structured plan.

“If you came in, for instance, with a nasty fracture in your arm, we could then print that off.

“We could print the other side as well, the healthy side, and we could use the healthy side to really see what the normal architecture of the bone would be and use that to size and fit plates.”

3D models boost patient understanding

Patients having the chance to hold a replica of their injured bone in their hand could boost their understanding of their treatment.

“Some studies have been done previously into the consent process and whether or not a 3D printed model can increase the patient’s understanding of their condition and of their fractures,” Dr Davis said.

“It shows that really there is a definite model of 3D printing in patient education.”

The plastic used to build the bones will melt before it can be sterilised, but doctors are experimenting with different materials so the bones can be taken into the operating theatre.

Afinia H400 3D printer

The Afinia H400 3D printer is perfectly built with ease of use, safety, and reliability combined in its elegant design that will fit on any desktop. The printer produces dimensionally-accurate plastic parts for education, design, or engineering applications.

The printer is fully-enclosed with a built-in, recirculating HEPA 7 air filtration system that continually cleans the air in the enclosure of particulates and odors as the model is printing. The H400 also has power failure protection. If power is cut to the printer, it will remember where it left off and allow you to finish the print after power resumes.

The Afinia H400 3D printer has a large touchscreen display and built-in WiFi to allow the system to be operated either locally or remotely. The new Afinia 3D Studio software allows prints to be sent not only from PC or Mac, but also from iOS devices such as iPads and iPhones.

The H400 platform comes factory-leveled and does not require adjustments and has auto-nozzle-height detection. The H400 has a new feature allowing for custom temperature setting of the nozzle and heated platform to allow for printing of not only ABS and PLA, but other materials requiring different temperatures.

Product Features

  • The Afinia H400 3D printer is perfectly built with ease of use, safety, and reliability combined in its elegant design that will fit on any desktop.
  • WIFI – transfer your print job wirelessly from a computer or mobile app
  • Touch screen control – conveniently perform basic operations without a computer
  • Better resolution – with layer thickness as fine as 0.15mm
  • Power failure protection – resume printing from where a print was stopped due to power failure

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