3D Printing Pen, Fuleadture Air 3D Drawing Printer Pen with PLA / ABS Filament + Free 1.75mm Filament Refills, Children’s Brain Development

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– 3D Printing Pen is the latest developed technology in 3D printing. This technology FDM (fused deposition modeling) is adapted by leading 3D printers like Makerbot, 3D system, and Afinia.
– 3D Pen is a great tool for anyone interested in 3D creation – from the newbie to expert, The only limitation of 3D drawing is your imagination!

Features:
– Intelligence auto standby mode after 10 minutes idling
– Nozzle diameter: 0.6mm
– Power input: 12V 2000mAh
– Heating temperature: melt temperature of 230±10℃
– Product Weight: 68g
– Package Size: 22(L)*6.1(H)*12.3(W)cm
– With advanced thermal control, filaments jamming detection, and super silence design
– The discharge of uniform, smooth, bright, fine 0.6mm
– Speed gear speed regulating function
– The contour design special, prevent the pen placing rolling hurt
– A wonderful gift for creative children and adults

3D Printing Pen Package Includes:
1 x 3D Stereoscopic Printing Pen
1 x Power Adapter
1 x User Manual
1 x ABS or PLA Dual Color Supplies
1 x Free 1.75mm ABS Filament

Safety and Warning Instruction:
1. This 3D pen is suitable for children above 6 years old and adult; Children should use it under the guardian of adult.
2. The nozzle and surrounding area can reach a 230 degree high temperature; keep your bare hands away from the nozzle.

Product Features

  • Fuleadture 3D Printing Pen — Replacing ink with plastic (1.75mm ABS or PLA Filament) which melted at a high temperature to create a 3D object instead of just an idea on paper. It can be used to draw in the air or on surface as well as tracing objects on paper. children above 6 years old and adult no matter you are artists, hobbyist or creative lovers.
  • Ergonomic Designs — Novel flute design, reasonable distribution of buttons, lightweight and premium material make it easy to handle and very comfortable to use. restart, the product begin to heat up, to avoid the risk of forgetting turn off the power.
  • Design of Intelligent Standby Function — The product will automatically switch to standby mode in 10 minutes, when you rest in operation or forget to turn off the power, the heating ring will stop working. When restart, the product begin to heat up, to avoid the risk of forgetting turn off the power.
  • Patented Nozzle — Adopting embedded connection make it more convenient to maintain and replace. What’s more, it’s the World’s first 3D pen with smart temperature sensing and heating. It can keep lower temperature in tip to avoid scald your hands.
  • Kids and Adults will Love it — It is perfect for children above 6 years old, whether you’re an experienced artist, novice crafter, or exited hobbyist, our scribbler 3D Pen is great for people of all ages. The best toy for boys or for girls, and a great gift for men and women who love tech or artsy toys, this is one pen you absolutely need!

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3D printers: A revolution in treatment of diseases

TRANSPLANT patients could soon receive new organs printed using 3D technology.

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HOPE:Transplant patients could soon receive new organs printed using 3D technology

Experts have discovered how to use the revolutionary printers to create living human tissue.

And they reckon the breakthrough will give doctors the power to create readymade new organs to implant into patients.

Scientists at Bristol University have invented a type of “bio-ink” made from stem cells which are the building blocks of human DNA.

Dr Adam Perriman said: “It’s a very exciting development which we believe could lead to a revolution in the treatment of diseases such as osteoarthritis and other causes of tissue damage.

“This approach is taking the scientifi c world by storm in terms of its approach to regenerative medicine.”

The “bio-ink” has already been used to create a full-size replacement windpipe.

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LIFE: Experts discovered how to use the revolutionary printers to create living human tissue

When the special substance is fed into a 3D printer, it transforms into a solid gel which has all the ingredients needed to create living tissue.

Dr Perriman added: “You need a material that is printable, strong enough to maintain its shape when immersed in nutrients and that is not harmful to the cells. “There was a lot of trial and error before we cracked the final formulation.”

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GENIE: Scientists invented a ‘bio-ink’ from stem cells- the building blocks of human DNA

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LOOKALIKE: When the special substance is fed into a 3D printer, it transforms into a solid gel

In the US, scientists are testing on-the-spot skin printing for soldiers with life-threatening burns.

eBoot 3D Print Removal Tool 3D Printer Tool


Specification:
Product material: plastic and stainless steel
Product weight: 48 g
Dimensions: 19.5 * 5 * 1.5 cm

Package included:
1 * Removal tool

Product Features

  • Stainless steel material, no rusting, easy to clean
  • Light and easy to grab with plastic handles
  • Elastic steel, thickness moderate
  • Suitable size, more flexible
  • A necessary tool set in your 3D printer tool kit

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Creker 3D Printer Filament Holder Extra Smooth 3D Filament Spool Holder with Bearing New Design

3D Printer Filament Holder Material: Acrylic
Filament Holder Size Height: 1.41 in, Length: 5.47 in
Universal 3D Printer Filament Spool Holder, Suitable for Reprap 3D Printer PLA/ABS Filament Spool Holder
Package Containing: Set of 2 pieces holder to hold one filament spool (filament is not included)
1 Filament Spool Compatibility, Tabletop Design

Product Features

  • 3D Printer Filament Holder Material: Acrylic
  • Filament Holder Size Height: 1.41 in, Length: 5.47 in
  • Universal 3D Printer Filament Spool Holder, Suitable for Reprap 3D Printer PLA/ABS Filament Spool Holder
  • Package Containing: Set of 2 pieces holder to hold one filament spool (filament is not included)
  • 1 Filament Spool Compatibility, Small size design allows it to fit into small spaces

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Living tissue 3D printing: Breakthrough could lead to creation of new organs

Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed the bio-ink, created by scientists at the University of Bristol, from stem cells. 

It is expected to pave the way for the production of complex tissues to replace diseased or damaged areas of the body such as knees and hips and eventually the creation of vital organs. 

Lead researcher Dr Adam Perriman, an expert in cellular medicine at the University of Bristol, said: “This is a very exciting development which we believe could lead to a revolution in the treatment of diseases like osteoarthritis and other causes of tissue damage. 

“This approach is taking the scientific world by storm in terms of its approach to regenerative medicine.” 

He added: “We believe this work will also help in the development of this new field bioprinting, which can be applied in other areas of medicine, including the treatment of burns, and even the development of organs.” 

The new bio-ink has already been engineered to create 3D printed tissue structures including a full-size tracheal cartilage ring. 

The formulation contains human stem cells – which can convert to other cell types – along with nutrients and molecules called polymers which can change from solid to liquid according to temperature. 

The bio-ink is released from a special 3D printer head on to a warm printer base where it turns to a solid gel containing all the ingredients to form living tissue. 

Dr Perriman added: “Designing the new bio-ink was extremely challenging. You need a material that is printable, strong enough to maintain its shape when immersed in nutrients and that is not harmful to the cells. There was a lot of trial and error before we cracked the final formulation.” 

The team have been able to convert the stem cells into bone building cells called osteoblasts and chondrocytes, which are cells that form cartilage. 

These form full tissue structures over five weeks. Currently researchers in America are using ink-jet printing technology to develop on-site “printing” of skin for soldiers with life-threatening burns. 

In this proposed technology, skin cells would be placed directly into a print cartridge, along with essential materials to support them and would be printed directly on the soldier’s wound. 

Stem cells are isolated from different parts of the body, including bone marrow, and mixed with growth factors and multiplied in a lab. The cells multiply so rapidly that in about six weeks a layer one cell thick could cover a football field.

Anycubic Metal J-Head V6 Hot End with NTC3950 Thermistor and Cooling Fan for RepRap 3D Printer 1.75mm Filament Direct Feed Bowden Extruder Kit

NTC 3950 Thermistor :

• NTC3950 thermistor temperature table now incuded in Marlin firmware

• Small Size: 1.25mmx2.0mm glass bead

• High accuracy: 1%

• Resistance value at 25°C=100K

• Wiring insulation: high temperature teflon/PTFE

• Wiring length: 1 meter

Heater Ceramic Cartridge :12V ,40W

Package List:

1*Remote J head V6

2*Heating Block

1*0.4mm Printing Nozzle

1*0.6mm/0.8mm/1.0mm/1.2mm Volcano Nozzle

1*NTC 3950 Thermistor

Product Features

  • Metal construction with PTFE liner inside, good for ABS, PLA and other conventional print materials
  • 12V 40W heater, 12V 013A high speed fan with shroud, NTC 3950 pre-wired thermistor
  • J head: Compatible with e3d V6

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Altem expects all major dental labs to have a 3D printer for accurate teeth models & save costs

Altem Technologies, a start-up engaged in 3D printing solutions, is now working to increase its presence in the area of dentistry as cast model for teeth aligners and transparent implant surgical guides become indispensable in oral healthcare space.

Products manufactured with 3D printing are denture framework, surgical guides, stone models, wax models, removable dies, veneer try-ins and bridges.

The western world is way ahead in the application of 3D printing technology as hospitals use it for complex and reconstructive surgeries. There is considerable investment to install and train staff to use it. “With 3D printers doing the hard work, dentists and dental labs can eliminate manual modeling which involves considerable skill. Complicated surgeries could also be handled easily with 3D scanners and 3D printers,” Prasad Radogi, founder-director, Altem Technologies told Pharmabiz.

3D printing is a valuable and effective tool in low-volume productions which needs precise and accurate model replication. It saves over 50 per cent of a technician’s time in designing and manufacturing restorations. For a prototype, 96 per cent of time is reduced from seven hours per case to 15 minutes. Aligners are expensive but are an improvised dental solution. Multiple models produced using 3D printers cost from Rs.50,000 to a mere Rs.15,000 per case.

Using 3D printing for dentistry means lesser effort, quicker and more accurate products leading saving costs in the long run. “This is something that the Indian dentist community is just beginning to realize. We offer a wide range of dental 3D printers from Stratasys in addition to 3D scanners, and CAD/CAM software, as well as training support to clients through an in-house team,” he added.

The global market for 3D printing for dentistry is expected to reach $3.1 billion by 2020. Currently, most dentists internationally use 3D printing technology: 3D printers, scanners & CAD/CAM software primarily to create metal sub-structures, tooling for production of clear aligners, and making molds.

In India, about 5 percent of dentists and dental labs use 3D technology. With increasing awareness over 100 labs have adopted this since the beginning of 2016 and expect over 25 per cent of this sector to use this by 2020, according to Altem.

The technology of 3D printing is a couple of decades old. However, the adaptation to different fields has been in vogue for the last 5-6 years. The 3D printing industry is among the rapidly growing in the country. The ‘Make in India’ campaign, need of rapid product innovation and the increased affordability of 3D printing technology combined with the growing awareness about its benefits have led to the adaptation of this technology in every industry including medicine and dentistry, said the Altem chief.