3D Printer part TEVO Tarantula Dual Extruder Upgrade Fully Kits Dual Extruder& 3010 12V cooling fan with two Nema 17 step motor

TEVO Tarantula Dual Extruder Upgrade Fully Kits Dual Extruder& 3010 cooling fan with two Nema 17 step motor
Product name: TEVO Tarantula Dual Extruder
Fan zise: 30*30*10mm
Working Voltage:12V
Filament diameter:1.75mm
Nozzle diameter:0.4mm
Packing list:
2*Nema step motor
1*Dual Extruder
1*3010 cooling fan etc…

Product Features

  • Type:Dual Extruder Upgrade Kits
  • Quality:Guarantee 12 months
  • Excellent quality assurance

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TOOTO 3d Printer Accessory All metal Bowden Remote MK8 1.75mm Filament extruder Full set for Makebot Kossel Reprap Prusa3 L


Description:
3D Printer MK8 Bowden Extruder
Used for 1.75mm filament, Reprap, Makerbot
Full Metal Aluminum Alloy
This is improved version,there are 2pcs Pneumatic fittings so that it feeds more fluently!!!

Application:
Reprap, Makerbot, 1.75MM Filament

Feature:
Full Metal

Packing Included:
1x MK8 remote printer head left hand (not included steppter motor)

Product Features

  • Weight: 0.18KG
  • for 2*4mm PTFE pipe
  • for 1.75mm Filament
  • Aluminium Alloy
  • Oxidation treatment

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RepRap Champion All Metal Upgrade Kit Direct Drive Extruder DIY for RepRap 3D printer Prusa i3. Right version.

IMPORTANT: This right side extrder feeder version.

Depending on the type of extruder you are building using this kit, you might need different parts such as PC4-M6 tube fitting, 4mm OD 2mm ID Bowden Line PTFE tube, or M6 threaded hotend for direct feed extruder version.

Package contents:

1 x Aluminum main extruder body.
1 x Aluminum tension lever.
1 x Idler bearing for 1.75mm filament.
1 x Brass drive gear with 40 sharp teeth.
1 x High tension spring.
1 x Assembly screws.

Product Features

  • Right Side Extruder Feeder
  • CNC machined and anodized aluminum alloy parts
  • Easy to Assemble. Link to assembly instructions is included
  • You can assemble both: direct feed or bowden extruder with this feeder
  • For 1.75mm Filament size only

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3D Printer Kit Clogged E3D J-Head Extruder Nozzle (2each) .6mm .8mm 1.0mm + Tool for 1.75mm filament ABS PLA

J-Head 3D Printer Kit Extruder Nozzle Head Cleaner Bits 1 each (2each) .6mm .8mm 1.0mm + bit holding pin-vise

THE BITS: These Micro-drill bit Extruder Nozzle Cleaners are an essential item for any 3D printer owner. Every extruder nozzle must be cleaned out from time to time. These nozzles are very difficult to clean properly. These micro drill bits are of the highest quality, made in Japan. They are the perfect tool for the job. By using these precision drill bits, you will extend the life of your nozzle and without a doubt, produce finer prints. If you need another size or have any questions, contact us and we will take care of you.

THE TOOL
This multi-functional tool is perfect for hand cleaning the nozzle head to your 3D printer. You can use a drill to do the job, but the hand held tool is more safe. The high speeds of electric drills can cause damage to the nozzle head if the user does not have very steady hands. This tool is very easy to hold and compact at 3.5″ long.

Product Features

  • Will clear nozzles and produce finer prints
  • Shipped in protective plastic case
  • J-Head and Standard Nozzle Print Quality Solution
  • 3.5″ Bit Holding Pin Vise with 3.175mm and 2.0mm chuck
  • More sizes available

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3D Printing on Kickstarter: A Fast Filament Extruder for Less than $1000 and 3D Printed Houses to …

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With deep roots in maker culture, 3D printing endeavors often find themselves turning to crowdfunding, and Kickstarter has been a mainstay in funding new companies, technologies, and projects. We often hear about the latest and greatest 3D printing-related Kickstarter campaigns, whether people are trying to raise money for 3D printing materials, 3D printed or smart products, and even 3D printers themselves.

Speaking of 3D printer crowdfunding campaigns, earlier this summer we took a look at the FDM Obsidian printer, which reached its original funding goal in just three minutes. We heard from Alwyn Hartman this week – the founder and CEO of Protea Design and a friend of the Obsidian team – who recently launched his own Kickstarter campaign.

“I recently launched a filament extruder project on Kickstarter in the $600 range that beats all the competition above and below it in some way or another, but mainly speed vs. machine cost,” Hartman told 3DPrint.com. “I call it the DNA Extruder machine because without filament there is no fdm 3D printing, conversely without DNA there is no life.”

Tokyo-based Protea Design specializes in product design, and has created a filament extruder that, in the company’s words, “blows the competition out of water in every category.” The company was looking for a filament extruder that would be able to fill all of its needs and was coming up short – they were all either too slow, too expensive, or too inefficient.

“The search for a filament extruder was triggered by our need to recycle failed prints and prototypes of products we were involved in designing,” Hartman explained. “We wanted to reduce the waste brought on by constant design changes during the prototyping phase of various projects, and at the same time reduce our expenses.”

Filament extruders that offer faster extrusion speeds typically cost more, and the Protea Design team has spent the last few years developing the DNA Extruder.

“We worked tirelessly to bridge together the speed and price gap that has existed in filament extrusion for years,” the Protea Design team wrote. “With the DNA Extruder we have finally achieved our goal and much more.”

The DNA Extruder, which comes in a unibody shell, is capable of extruding one full roll of filament in an hour, and Protea says that it’s the fastest extruder currently available that costs less than $1,000, thanks to its thermoplastic extrusion screw and barrel design. This combination also allowed Protea to reduce the machine’s overall size, and the specific thermoplastic extrusion improves mechanical operation through a direct motor connection and helps to promote higher pumping pressure to extract air and water vapor from the filament.

The device can reach a maximum temperature of 250°C, so you’re able to extrude most common 3D printing materials, like ABS and PLA. The DNA Extruder is supported by an easy-to-use PID controller and an internationally compatible power supply, and it has a hopper that can hold 1 kg of pellets. Each one comes function tested and pre-assembled, based on customer specifications, and there are plenty of early bird rewards still left on Kickstarter – $600 gets you the DNA Extruder, a pack of six different nozzles, and your choice of 1 kg of either ABS or AP-73 pellets.

Check out the video below to learn more, though you should note that Protea Design has decided to not continue seeking a patent for its screw and barrel design or the DNA Extruder itself. Please disregard that part of the video, as the team will release the design information as open source, following a successful Kickstarter campaign. They are on their way to their $60,000 goal with 24 days left in the campaign.

Kickstarter campaign that was recently launched by prototyping company Local Makers in Amsterdam offers a good gift idea for someone who might be feeling homesick. The company, which also sells 3D printers, is offering adorable 3D printed copies of people’s homes.

“The main idea of the project is to offer people who pledge for the project their own houses in a 3D printed mini version,” Diana Luchin, the Social Media Manager for Local Makers, told 3DPrint.com. “Each 3D printed house will be hand-painted in the style of the Delft Blue Houses.”

The two-day process is simple. Once the company’s designers receive a home address to enter into Google Street View, or 2-3 photos of the house (this second option is preferred), they will construct a 3D model of your house. The model is 3D printed, using PLA, on Ultimaker 3D printers, and then sanded and hand-painted, in the Delft Blue style.

There are two available house sizes: the smaller version runs 6 to 9 cm, while the slightly larger option is 10 to 13 cm. The roof will be painted blue, and the details of each house will only be designed and painted on the front and sides of each house, though there are limitations to details the designers can create.

With just 12 days left in the Kickstarter campaign, Local Makers is just halfway over its €8,500 funding goal. There are still plenty of early bird specials left: an €85 pledge will get you the smaller 3D printed version of your house, while a pledge of €120 will get you the larger version.

Ivelink MK8 Extruder Hot End Assembled Part +M6 X 30mm Teflon Tube Barrel for RepRap 3D Printer 1.75mm Filament (12V 40W Heater)

12V,40W heater. DIY hotend requires heat sink to operate properly – metal base, aluminum block, or any other type of cooling device

Assembly of this device is straight forward. Please consult with supplied drawings and pictures for visual clue. Thermistor mounted with clamping screw

Feature

- 30mm long stainless PTFE lined barrel
-NTC 3950 100K pre-wired thermistor
-Low profile: only about 43 mm high
- Nozzle is based on MK8 makerbot nozzle geometry and can be exchanged or replaced with many different types of nozzles on the market
-This will give you good selection of nozzle orifice diameters

NTC 3950 Thermistor parameters

- Small Size: 1.25mmx2.0mm glass bead
- High accuracy: 1%
- Resistance value at 25C=100K
- Wiring insulation: high temperature teflon/PTFE
- Wiring length: 1 meter

Package Including

6 * Stainless updated barrel tube
1 * 0.4mm brass nozzle
1 * Aluminum updated heater block with necessary screws
1 * 12V 40W Cartridge Heater Cable
1 * NTC 3950 Pre-wired thermistor

Product Features

  • Assembled mk8 extruder Reprap Prusa I3 3D Printer
  • Stainless updated barrel tube for trouble free, low friction print,much solid quality
  • Pre-wired NTC3950 thermistor to the updated heater block
  • Use it with heatsink or cooled metal base(Cartridge heater:12V,40W)
  • Plenty of MK8 clone nozzles compatible with this hotend – nozzle replacement is easy

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Aunifun 5Pcs 30MM Length Extruder 1.75mm Tube and 5Pcs 0.4mm Brass Extruder Nozzle Print Heads And 5Pcs Aluminum Heater Block Specialized for MK8 Makerbot Reprap 3D Printers

✿Specification of Extruder Tube:
Type : Nozzle Throat
Compatibility : 3D Printer
Outer Thread : M6
Nozzle Throat Outer Diameter:7mm
Nozzle Throat Inner Diameter:4mm
Teflon Pipe Inner Diameter : 2mm
Length : 30mm
Filament Diameter : 1.75mm
Material : Stainless Steel

✿Specification of Brass Nozzle:
Type :0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head
Color: Golden
Material: brass
Size: 5*13mm
Input Diameter: 1.75mm
Output Diameter: 0.4mm
Compatible: compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS printer.

✿Specification of Heater Block:
Dimensions: 20*20*10mm(LxWxH)
Net Weight: 7g/pcs
Inner hole for set screw: M6 and M3 (heat pipe and thermocouple)
Heater Mounting Hole: 6mm diameter
Thermocouple Mounting Holes:3mm diameter
Suitable for Makerbot printer

Package Including:
5 x 3D Printer 30mm length 1.75mm Nozzle Inputting Tube( for MK8 Makerbot Reprap Prusa I3 3D Printer)
5 x 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head
5 x Aluminum Heater Block

Attention: Small parts, keep away from children!!!

Product Features

  • ✿✿✿ Made of solid aluminum material, durable in use.
  • ✿✿✿ Nozzle Throat: Outer Thread – M6; Inner Diameter – 2mm; Length – 30mm; Filament Diameter – 1.75mm; Material – Stainless Steel.
  • ✿✿✿ 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head: Color – Golden; Material – copper (brass); Size – 5*13mm; Input Diameter: 1.75mm; Output Diameter: 0.4mm.
  • ✿✿✿ Nozzle Throat and Nozzle Print Head compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer.
  • ✿✿✿ Heater Block Inner hole for set screw: M6 and M3 (heat pipe and thermocouple)

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