Signswise 5pcs Reprap 24V 40W Ceramic Cartridge Heater for 3D Printer Prusa Mendel

100% Brand new and high quality

The Cartridge Heater can work in the heating

medium of the connection on both ends,which is

widely applied in mould heating, hot core box, shoot

core machine and other dielectric heating equipment.

Name: Cartridge Heater

Specification:, 24V/40W,

Size: Φ6*20mm

Cable length: 1M

Material: Cylinder Shape

Color: Red

Quantity: 5pc

Includes: Cartridge Heater for 3D Printer

Product Features

  • Cartridge Heater for 3D Printer
  • Material: Cylinder Shape
  • Quantity: 5pc
  • 100% Brand new and high quality

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Interview with Zoe Dai – Designer of Incredible 3D Printed High Heel Shoes

breaking23D printing and fashion are beginning to converge as designers around the world are starting to see the potential that the technology provides for making completely custom clothing and accessories which fit the wearer to a T. One such designer, is a woman named Zoe Jia-Yu Dai, who has recently released her latest shoe collection, titled “Breaking the 3D Mould”. Her designs combine more traditional shoe making methods with the modern day technology of 3D printing. We recently had the opportunity to interview Dai, and ask her about what goes into creating such a unique produce.

Would you be able to provide me with some background for your “Breaking the 3D Mould” collection?

Zoe Dai: Breaking the 3D Mould is the latest shoe collection I created for my final project of the master at London college of Fashion; it was finished in December of 2014.

What gave you the idea for these shoes?

breaking5Zoe Dai: My original interest in creating a partly 3-D printed shoe came from a desire to look at ways to change the process of footwear manufacturing. It was clear that 3-D printing could not only achieve this, but would also allow a large amount of flexibility in the design stage, as well as allowing me to push the limits of design structures. Whilst completing my masters in footwear design, I was able to use these ideas to combine modern technology (3-D Printing) and the traditional shoe making techniques to create the whole shoe collection. The process did indeed allow me to push the boundaries in the design phase as well as allowing for prototyping, and the process created a clear distinction between traditional techniques of footwear manufacturing and the techniques I employed. I pushed the physical limits of design materials, and created designs that would be impractical or even impossible to produce with traditional manufacturing methods such as machining or moulding.

Furthermore, I was interested in combining concepts from organic, natural structures and modern technology. I found the contrast between cutting-edge technology and nature fascinating. Additionally, I have always appreciated how natural structures and living organisms look, and I wanted to utilize these natural structures in my design work. This was especially well-suited to this project as these complex structures are not easily produced by traditional machining. Another key point for me was that shell, fossil and bone are used in nature to support or protect animals. Bone is a crucial part of a creature’s body, supporting their weight in a similar way to a shoe supporting the weight of the wearer. 3-D printing technology allowed me to incorporate these design ideas into my work with every complex structure possible, and I could even create more detail in my designs.

How do you go about designing these shoes?

First I gather materials and inspiration from different museums and galleries in London or abroad. These objects inspire my concept ideas. I utilized theses inspirations that I gathered into my design work to create my 3-D printed shoes. It was a process which started with hand drawings and finished with designs being reproduced using 3-D software. Once a design was made on paper, this needed to be transformed into a 3-D model using computer software. For my collection, this involved the heel of the shoe. This process can take some days, depending on the complexity of the heel. Once the design is completed, using the software, it is either printed directly in the case of prototypes, or sent to a manufacturer when the EOS 3-D printer was required. The finished product is then attached to the shoe to form the heel.


What 3D printers do you use to print them on?

2 different types of 3-D printer were used to create my shoe collection. The first type was an FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printer that was used for prototyping. The second type of 3-D printer was an EOS (Electro Optical Systems) printer that was used for manufacturing the final shoe heels, as this gave a superior finish.

How are they assembled together?

My shoe collection combines the modern technology (3-D Printing) with a high level of craftsmanship, using traditional shoe making techniques. As the shoemaking production involves several complicated stages, I will briefly describe the construction process.

  • The first stage was to create individual 3-D printed lasts, based on the scans of a client’s foot. The custom-made lasts were created by a 3-D scanner, coupled with 3-D software and a 3-D printer. The shoe lasts must represent the anatomical information of the foot, whilst at the same time giving the finished shoe a pleasing and fashionable appearance.
  • The second stage was to create the shape of the shoes, a process which started with hand drawings and finished with designs being reproduced using 3-D software. The heel shapes were then printed out by an FDM 3-D printer as prototypes.
  • The third stage involved creating the shoe upper, which involved embossing patterns onto leather. The patterns were embossed using a stamp created in 3-D design software and printed using an FDM 3-D printer. This stamp was then used to transfer the embossing pattern onto the leather.
  • The fourth stage came from traditional shoemaking, and involved making the shoe upper process. The traditional methods of the pattern cutting, stitching the leathers, and making the insole and outsole were used in this stage. The last is the form over, which the shoe uppers are moulded.
  • The fifth stage involved printing out the shoe heels using an EOS 3-D printer, and the heels were then spray-painted with white coloring.
  • The final stage was the process of assembling the upper and heel of the shoes together. There is a video I made for showing the construction process (see below)

What inspires you to design these unique pieces?

My design inspirations for this collection came from natural structures, such as shells, fossils and bones, which are used to support or protect animals. Another inspiration was organic shapes already used in art. For example, The Bone Chair created by Joris Laarman and the Sagrada Familia designed by Antoni Gaudi. Further inspiration derived from natural textures.  I utilized theses inspirations into my design work to create my 3-D printed shoes.

Have you had any hurdles to overcome with your design process?

breaking4The biggest hurdle was how to intelligently apply this advanced technology to my shoe design and combine this technology with traditional shoe making techniques, rather than 3-D printing the whole shoe. Shoe making is highly skilled and needs to be precise in areas such as structure and proportion. Each 3-D printed heel needs to precisely fit the shoe whilst simultaneously considering the overall aesthetics. The heel also needs to perform its primary purpose of supporting a person’s weight.

I remember one of my heels, which was designed based on a cage. When it was printed with an FDM printer used for prototyping, I had to put support structures inside the heel, otherwise the model could not be built. Then my co-worker and I tested it several times, and we successfully printed it out in the end. We changed the model’s position in the FDM printer and chose the appropriate 3-D printing material as well as adjusting the temperature of the printer. Many times experiments using this technology allow me to gradually realize how to solve the problems I encounter.

Are you selling these designs?

I am selling the shoe collection after June of 2015, but I haven’t decided on a final price yet. It’s hard to calculate the real cost of the collection because there has been a large time investment used on creating the designs, experimenting with materials, etc.  Those who are interested in my shoes can either email me ( or they can visit ZOE DAI’s website.


Geeetech RepRap Heatbed PCB MK2B Hotbed Hot Plate Dual Power 12/24V for 3D Printer Prusa Mendel Update of MK2A

This heatbed is designed to be compatible with any 3D printer that can accept the RAMPS MK2B version of heatbed. This heatbed has a dual power capability allowing it to be used with 12V or 24V power supply sources. It features a central mounting hole on the front side to allow for three point mounting. This is much easier for bed levelling in comparison to 4 point mounting. First level the side with two holes and fix in place, then level the side with one hole. A glass plate is highly recommended to provide a truly flat surface and rigidity.Additionally, the solder pads have been greatly increased in size,making it much easier and allowing for the use of 1206 surface mount components.But this does not remove the need to use proper strain relief.

Please note: ABS filament is not recommended.


Come with resistor and LEDs soldered,basic soldering skills needed to solder the power wire

Dimensions (Outer): 214mm x 214mm x 1.6mm

Dimensions (Heat Bed): 200mm x 200mm

Laminate FR4 1.6±0.15mm

2 Layer, 35μm Copper

Power Input: 12V/24V DC

Copper Plated Holes

Package list:

1 x MK2B heated bed PCB

Product Features

  • This heatbed is designed to be compatible with any 3D printer that can accept the RAMPS MK2B version of heatbed.
  • Come with resistor and LEDs soldered,basic soldering skills needed to solder the power wire
  • Dimensions (Outer): 214mm x 214mm x 1.6mm
  • Dimensions (Heat Bed): 200mm x 200mm
  • Laminate FR4 1.6±0.15mm

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Zortrax M200 3D Printer

Zortrax M200 3D Printer with one spool of white Z-ABS filament. TECHNICAL DETAILS Physical dimensions: Without spool: 345 x 360 x 430 mm (13.6 x 14 x 16.9 in) With spool: 345 x 430 x 430 mm (13.6 x 17 x 16.9 in) Shipping box: 460 x 470 x 570 mm (18.1 x 18.5 x 22.4 in) Weight: 13 kg (28.7 lbs) Shipping weight: 20 kg (44 lbs) Temperature Ambient Operation Temperature: 15°-35° C (60°-95° F) Storage Temperature: 0°-35° C (32°-95° F) Electrical AC input: 110/240V ~ 2 A 50/60 Hz Power requirements: 24 V DC @ 11 A Power consumption: ~ 190W Connectivity: SD card (included), *WiFi Printing Print technology: LPDTM – Layer Plastic Deposition Build volume: 200 x 200 x 185 mm (7.87 L x 7.87 W x 7.28 H in) Layer resolution settings: Advanced: 25-50* microns (0.000984-0.0019685 in) Standard: 90-400 microns (0.003543-0.015748 in) Wall thickness Minimal: 400 microns, Optimal: 800+ microns Resolutution of single printable point 400+ microns Filament Diameter 1.75 mm (0.069 in) Filament Type Z-FilamentsTM Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm (0.015 in) Minimum single positioning: 1.5 microns Positioning precision X/Y: 1.5 microns Z single step: 1.25 microns Extruder maximum temperature: 380° C (716° F) Heated platform maximum temperature: 110° C (230° F) Software Software bundle: Z-Suite® File types: .stl .obj .dxf Supports: Mac OS X / Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 * available in future update

Product Features

  • Plug and Print: Start printing in minutes without complicated preparation and calibration. Everyone can prepare a model and just start printing. You’re just a few clicks away from a physical 3D model!
  • Efficiency: Low material and energy costs allow you to print more and worry less. Material use depends strictly on your model. Zortrax M200 uses exactly as much as it needs without waste.
  • Many Printing Materials: Choose a variety of materials to print your model. Use dedicated Z-ABS Filament in your favorite colors ore choose different material from Z-Filaments.
  • Automated support generation Print all kinds of models thanks to automated model support generation and printing. Create sophisticated designs without worrying about stability problems or the structure collapsing.
  • Connectivity: Zortrax® M200 is compatible with any operating system and any 3D modeling software.

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WYZworks Regulated Power Supply 12v 30a 360w 3d Printer Reprap Mendel Prusa

This 12V Power Supply is more than capable of powering RepRap electronics, motors, extruder and a heating bed for in most 3D printer. Can also be used for any project that requires a lot of power.

This power supply does not include any wires. You will need to purchase a heavy gauge grounded AC plug with cord.

CAUTION: These power supplies can be switched between 110VAC and 220VAC. If you are in North America make sure to set the switch on the side of the power supply to 110VAC. In most other regions of the world 220VAC should be used.


The input voltage & frequency range:85~264VAC/47~63Hz

Inrush starting current:20A@120VAC(Cold start)

Output adjusting range:±10% (rated output voltage)

Overload protection:(105% ~ 105% rated load), Self-recovery

Overvoltage protection:115%~135%(rated output voltage)

Short-circuit protection:Self-recovery

The startup time of output:≤2S@120VAC≤1.0S@230VAC

Hold-Up time of output:≥10mS@120VAC,≥20mS@230VAC

dielectric strength:Input-output: AC1500V, 1 min

Input -main case:AC1500V,1min

Output -main case:DC500V,1min

work environment:-10℃~50℃;20%~90%RH (not coagulate frost)

safety standard:design reference EN/UL60950

EMC standards:design reference EN55022 Class B;EN61000-4-2/-3/-4/-5/-6/-11

Size (length * width * height): 210*115*50mm

Product Features

  • Input: AC 110V/220V
  • Output: 12V DC 30A
  • Power: 360W

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Ninjaflex 3DSF001290 SemiFlex 3D Printing Filament, 0.75 kg Spool, 3 mm Diameter, Snow

The SemiFlex TPE filament is a 0.75 -kg spool of 3-mm diameter snow-colored filament for use with fused-filament 3D printers (sold separately). SemiFlex filament is made of a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) that creates strong, flexible printed parts with excellent abrasion resistance. The material bonds well to itself, minimizing the chance of printed layers separating when flexed or stretched. SemiFlex is slightly more rigid than the NinjaFlex original 3D filament. It is best used for projects requiring a high level of detail, intricate parts, high resolution text, unsupported vertical printing, shock-absorption or that require less flexibility than NinjaFlex original 3D Filament. The print temperature ranges from 210 to 225 degrees C (410 to 437 degrees F).

Product Features

  • Specially formulated Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
  • Produces flexible prints with elastic properties
  • Used with fused deposition (FD) home 3D printers
  • Each spool contains 575 feet of stock

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POWGE GT2 Open Timing Belt Rubber With Fiberglass Core For 3D Printer Makerbot Parts Color Black Pack of 5Meters

GT2-9mm Open ended Timing Belt Features:
Belt is rubber, fiberglass reinforced, 6mm wide, 2mm pitch. For 3D Printing applications, GT2 2mm belt system works better than T5, gives better smoothness and accuracy of positioning, resulting in better printing quality. GT2 timing belt system especially suited for linear movement and positioning applications.
GT2-9mm Open ended timing belt Specs:
Type: 2GT-9mm
GT2 Pitch :2mm
Belt Height:1.52mm
Tooth Height:0.75mm
Material: Neoprenen Rubber With Fiberglass Core
Shape:Open Timing belt
Quantity : 5 meters/pack

Product Features

  • GT2 Timing Belt System Works Better Than T5,T2.5
  • GT2 System is an Extension of The HTD System With Greater Load Carrying Capacity.
  • Circular arc Tooth Profile Tooth Space is Small, Suitable for Straight Line Driving
  • It Gives Better Smoothness and Cccuracy of Positioning
  • Temperature Range: -34¡ãC to +85¡ãC (-30¡ãF to +185¡ãF)

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