3D Printer Parts Accessories Maintanance Kit ABS Blue painter’s tape Print bed removal tool Glue Sticks + 4ty .40mm Clogged nozzle bits with pin-vise

Kit Includes:

1) 2 Quantity BLUE PAINTERS TAPE PRINT BED STRIPS: Perfect for ABS filament users. PLA can sometimes require Kapton tape due to higher print bed heat. Measures: 8.25″ x 8″ (200MM x 210MM). Easily applied with any flat/straight object (ruler or id card of some sort)

2) 1 high quality PRINT BED REMOVAL TOOL Measures: 8″ x 3″. Beveled for much easier print removal. 3″ wide for removing prints without them falling off one side of the tool. Semi-sturdy blade allows for some flexibility but insures the print will not bend the blade and fall off. Sturdy construction means years of use.

3) 4 quantity .40mm Tungsten Carbide Drill Bits For regular nozzle maintanance and de-clogging (comes with an amazing 3.5″ pin-vise) Use as regular maintanance before each print or to un-clog a nozzle when prints begin to lose quality. Available in MANY sizes and combinations. Build your own pack from scratch option available.

4) 2 quantity glue sticks (7g or 0.24oz each) Glue makes removal with the tool much easier. Using the glue will also increase the life of each tape strip. Glue brand may vary but will always be 7g or 0.24oz.

About the Kit:

This kit is a must have for any 3D printer owner. It can also serve as a great start-up kit for a new printer owner. Removing prints from a print bed can be quite the hassle and can leave residue behind. Using the blue painters tape will increase the life of your print bed. The glue can be applied lightly over the tape in the area where your print will be. Use the 3″ wide tool to carefully remove your print and place it where you wish. The bits will fit perfectly in the pin-vise. Use them to un-clog nozzles or as regular maintanance before printing.

Product Features

  • 2 Painters Tape Strips 8″ x 8″
  • Print Removal Tool: 8″ x 3″
  • Nozzle Maintanance Kit: 4qty .4mm Bits and Pin-Vise
  • For ABS and lower heat PLA filaments
  • 2 Glue Sticks included: Brand may vary: Always 7g 0.24oz each

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Polymaker Polysher, 3D Prints Polisher, Work with PolySmooth 3D Printer Filament to Create the Layer-Free Print Surface

Specifications

Technology Micro-Droplet Polishing

Compatible Material: PolySmoothTM

Polishing Liquid: Isopropanol or ethanol, 70% or above [90% or higher recommended]

Polishing Time: 20-40 min typical [varies based on part size, alcohol concentration and ambient temp]

Product Dimensions: 230 x 300 x 360 mm [9.1 x 11.8 x 14.2 in]

Shipping Box Dimensions: 350 x 400 x 450 [13.8 x 15.7 x 18.1 in]

Product Weight: 4 Kg [8.81 lbs]

Shipping Weight: 6.8 Kg [15 lbs]

Maximum Part Size: Up to a 150 mm (diameter) x 180 mm (height) cylinder [5.9 in (diameter) x 7.1 in (height)]

Operating Temperature:15-32 °C [59-90 °F]

Storage Temperature: 0-38 °C [32-100 °F]

Power Requirements:Power Supply: INPUT, AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 0.4A. OUTPUT: 5V 2000 mA. PolysherTM INPUT: DC 5V, 2000 mA

About Polymaker

Polymaker is a ISO9001:2008 certified, 3D printing innovation company dedicated to enabling a better future with 3D printing. We achieve this goal by integrating advanced materials, additive manufacturing technologies, and design to meet the needs of today’s industries and consumers.

Having served a large number of industrial clients across a wide variety of industries, we launched Polymaker Industrial to customized high-quality, reliable materials to meet the growing needs of 3D printing in the industrial sector in 2017.

Contact us if need further information about Polymaker Industrial.

Product Features

  • Post-Processing Machine : Polymaker Polysher is a post-processing machine designed for polishing the extrusion-based FDM/FFF 3D printed parts with PolySmooth to achieve a shining, layer-free surface finish.
  • Safe & Easy To Use: No heating is involved – The nebulizer technology requires only a very small reservoir – It is a liquid-phase polishing rather than vapor-phase polishing process. All electronic components are properly sealed, and no spark can be generated inside the chamber. Placing it on your desk, simply twisting the dial to set the time, the post-process will start and end automatically.
  • Low Costs: The Polysher is not only affordable but its running cost is incredibly low too. Isopropyl alcohol (also known as isopropanol) or Ethanol are both suitable. You can choose whatever is more easily available for you.
  • NOT A 3D Printer: the Polysher is NOT a 3D printer. You still need a extrusion-based, FDM/FFF 3D printer in order to use our new products. Specifically, PolySmooth is a new filament that you can print with your 3D printer, just like how you print with your PLA. Once the printing is done, you can post-process your printed objects in the Polysher to obtain the amazing surface finish. You can watch our Polysher video on YouTube.

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HICTOP CR-10 3D Printer Prusa I3 DIY Kit Aluminum Large Print Size 300x300x400mm


Product Specifications:
Extruder quantity: 1
Molding: FDM
Body Structure: Imported V-Slot Aluminum Bearings
Nozzle Diameter:Standard 0.4mm
Printing Method: SD card(off-line), contact to the PC(online)
LCD screen: 3 inch LCD screen with aircraft knob
Power supply: input: 110-240V output: 12V
Hot bed: Industrial grade aluminum alloy platform, 3mm special tempered glass
Operating Software:CURA、Repetier-Host simplify 3D
Software supporting: PROE, Solid-works, UG, 3d Max, Rhino 3D design software, etc.
Cura language: English
Interface language: English
Format : STL, G-Code
Operating System: Linux, Windows, OSX

Product Parameter:
Printing Size: 300*300*400mm
Printing accuracy:±0.1mm
Layer thickness: 0.05-0.4mm (adjustable)
Nozzle temp: 250 degree
Extruder temperature: PLA: 210
Hot bed temperature: PLA: 50
Printing Speed:Normal: 80mm/s, Max.: 200mm/s
Materials:1.75mm PLA

Packing details:
Product Size: 490*600*615mm
Package Size: 540*640*310 mm
Net Weight: 10.3kg
Gross Weight: 14kg
Working condition temp: 10-30℃, Humidity:20-50%

Package content:
a. HICTOP 3D printer DIY kits (including build plate and tempered glass)
b. Spare screws and Wrench kits
c. Assembly instructions and user manual.
d. SD card*1
e. 0.2kg PLA Filament

Product Features

  • EASY ASSEMBLY: Delivery with three sets, just need about 10 minutes to assemble well.
  • PRINTING SIZE: Prints max size of 300X300X400mm. No longer will you be limited to small models.
  • LONG SERVICE LIFE: Imported Linear navigation with low friction. Industrial-grade PCB can continuously print for 200 hours without pressure
  • HEATING BED: Industrial grade aluminum alloy platform&special tempered glass to ensure the formation of flat and to prevent wear and tear. Easy to take out the model.
  • EASY WIRING: Wires are already connected to the control board & cables are also attached,easy for wiring.

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E3D Nozzle,EasyULT 7PCS M6 3D Printer 0.2mm 0.3mm 0.4mm 0.5mm 0.6mm 0.8mm 1mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head for E3D Makerbot

E3D Nozzle,EasyULT 7PCS M6 3D Printer 0.2mm 0.3mm 0.4mm 0.5mm 0.6mm 0.8mm 1mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head for E3D Makerbot

Product Features

  • Material: brass
  • Input Diameter: 1.75mm
  • Output Diameter: 0.2mm 0.3mm 0.4mm 0.5mm 0.6mm 0.8mm 1mm
  • Installation: external M6 thread connection
  • Compatible: Compatible with all 1.75mm pla abs printer

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3D Printer Parts Accessories Print removal tool Remove prints safely from print bed

Included:

1) 1 high quality PRINT BED REMOVAL TOOL Measures: 8″ x 3″. Beveled for much easier print removal. 3″ wide for removing prints without them falling off one side of the tool. Semi-sturdy blade allows for some flexibility but insures the print will not bend the blade and fall off. Sturdy construction means years of use. This is a must have for any 3D printer owner or anyone in need of a quality putty knife or spatula.

Product Features

  • 3D Print Removal Tool
  • Measures 8″ long x 3″ wide
  • Wide enough to remove prints without dropping
  • No more damaged prints
  • Slightly flexible but sturdy and well made

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MIT built a robot that can 3D print a building

Their work promises to pave the way to more efficient building construction: the procedure is faster and less expensive. A building could also be fully customized to the requirements of a specific site and the desires of its architect. Even the internal structure could be modified in new ways; different materials could be incorporated as the process goes along, and material density could be varied to provide optimum combinations of strength, insulation, or other properties. The scientists, led by Steven Keating, boasts that this approach can do what traditional construction methods cannot.

The platform carries a large robotic arm, which has a smaller, more precise robotic arm at its tip. Instead of assembling its assigned printout in an enclosure, the MIT bot’s mechanical arm is fitted with nozzles that can spit out any number of substances used in building construction, such as concrete or insulation. While it’s now capable of building a simple, 50-foot diameter insulated concrete dome structure inside 14 hours, the team has some pretty unbelievable ideas for its future.

Similar to the commercial insulated concrete formwork techniques, the construction method used by the researchers filled the polyurethane foam molds with concrete.

Currently, the system requires human supervision to work properly.

Eventually, the system is projected to be self-sufficient. And like living things, it could potentially create building materials out of stuff in the local ecosystem: The authors showed that the robot was able to take scoops of dirt and turn the compressed earth into building material. The entire system could be operated electrically, even powered by solar panels. The printer could also be used in remote areas and in the developing world to provide disaster relief in the form of 3D printed shelters. “We also wanted to show that we could build something tomorrow that could be used right away“. That’s what the team did with its initial mobile platform. “We can replace one of the key parts of making a building right now”, Keating said.

“A lot of other research projects that are looking at digital construction often don’t create something of an architectural scale – and if they do, they’re not using a process that could be easily integrated into a construction site”, Keating said.

Now, the construction industry – a sector using many processes and techniques that are centuries old – is the latest sphere due to be disrupted and revolutionized by 3D printing. “The buildings are rectilinear, mostly built from single materials, put together with saws and nails“, and mostly built from standardized plans.

“One of the things we’re most excited about is being able to gather environmental data and use this to design on the fly”, Keating said. Buildings could also have thicker walls on the side most likely to face cold winds.

The formation of this system, which the researchers refer to as a Digital Construction Platform (DCP), was motivated by the Mediated Matter group’s complete vision of designing buildings without parts.

Now, an MIT team has demonstrated its own prototype, a 3D printing robot that rolls around on tank-style tracks. Any desired wiring and plumbing can be inserted into the mold prior to the concrete being poured, providing a finished wall structure instantly.

Given the construction industry is still one of the most risky in the world in 2017, a system that requires little to no hands-on accompaniment or on-site input would be a most welcome addition.

This system would allow construction companies to tailor a building’s design based on certain important factors.

“Our system points to a future vision of digital construction that enables new possibilities on our planet and beyond”.

Markforged's '3D print farms' could be future of large-scale digital metal manufacturing

Apr 27, 2017 | By Benedict

Massachusetts-based 3D printing company Markforged is using its new Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) process and Metal X 3D printers to advance its futuristic “3D print farm” vision of large-scale metal manufacturing.

When Markforged unveiled its new Metal X 3D printer at CES earlier this year, we were struck by one thing in particular. Unusually for a Markforged product, it wasn’t the 3D printer itself, but the way that the company said it should be used.

Massachusetts-based Markforged, which cemented its place in additive manufacturing history when it released the world’s first carbon fiber 3D printer, the Mark One, said it had designed the Metal X to work not just as a standalone machine, but as part of a large-scale “3D print farm” consisting of tens, hundreds, or even thousands of 3D printers.

It is on these multi-printer 3D print farms that Markforged believes future large-scale metal 3D printing will take place. Given the focus from some quarters on making 3D printers bigger, Markforged’s approach stands out as a different option: rather than increase the size (or speed) of an individual 3D printer to increase its manufacturing capacity, you could instead use several 3D printers working in sync, controlled by a central system capable of assigning tasks for maximum efficiency.

It’s a daringly simple concept, one that is also followed by companies like Brooklyn-based Voodoo Manufacturing, but it’s also an ambitious one. Markforged is essentially telling manufacturers that they won’t just need a handful of 3D printers in the future—they’ll need thousands.

The Markforged Metal X 3D printer can inspect parts as they are being printed

Markforged recently released some extra information concerning its proposed 3D print farms, which the company says “will shorten development time, closing the gap between prototyping and production.”

According to Markforged, there are three key focus areas for making the concept a success.

The first of these involves using the company’s new ADAM 3D printing technology to reduce printing costs. The second involves deploying smart sensors to build a platform for the print farm, and the third involves using its enterprise-grade fleet management software, which can “optimize workflows, provide predictive analytics,” and “connect, monitor, and report results across a fleet of connected printers.”

ADAM, the 3D printing process used by the new Markforged Metal X 3D printers and 3D print farms, builds on the company’s carbon fiber printing processes, but replaces carbon fiber with 60% metal powder. The company says this new process improves “machine reliability, surface finish, final-part dimensional accuracy, and repeatability.”

“ADAM is an end-to-end process that starts with metal powder, captures it in a plastic binder (which makes it safe to handle), and then forms it into the part shape one layer at a time,” explains Markforged CEO Greg Mark. “After printing you sinter the part in a furnace, burning off the binder and solidifying the powder into the final fully-dense metal part.”

An important part of the 3D print farm project is reducing the overall cost of 3D printing for businesses—something that Markforged will absolutely need to demonstrate considering the scale of setting up one of these print farms. At present, Markforged’s desktop printers cost $3,499, but the company is working on a two-year target to make each printer in its print farms costs less than $1,000.

Part printed using Markforged’s ADAM 3D printing process

Of course, the idea behind the print farm is to have huge numbers of these printers running simultaneously. Assuming that the resulting high turnover of parts could generate suitable revenue, this would then hypothetically justify the investment in a sintering furnace, required to burn off the plastic binder used in the ADAM 3D printing process. A “full stack production furnace,” which can handle the output of 500-1,000 3D printers in a print farm, costs around $800,000.

When making quick prototypes, users of this new Markforged 3D printing technology could also use microwave sintering to produce pure metal parts “within hours.” The company says it has been microwaving ADAM parts with a 90-minute cycle time.

Fortunately for Markforged customers, the 3D printing company has developed its ADAM 3D printing process to work with a variety of 3D printable materials. “ADAM leverages well known MIM materials that are used in demanding, end-use applications,” Mark says. “Best of all, the process supports hundreds of metals. 17-4 Stainless Steel is the first material we will ship, but many others are in beta testing including Tool Steels, Titanium, Aluminum, and Inconel.”

Markforged’s cloud-based fleet management solution, Eiger, is used to control the many 3D printers in a print farm.

“In the next 2 years Markforged will achieve the technological leap to true digital metal manufacturing,” Mark says. “It’s time for mechanical engineering to enter the digital age.”

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