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The INSTONE Mini 3D Printer boasts a 4.3x 4.3 x 4.9 inch, no need to leveling print bed, and an auto-calibrating extruder module which ensures the user gets the best possible prints.

Software: iNSTONE 3D, Cura, Simplify 3D, etc.
Material: PLA
Accuracy: 0.1mm

Build volume: 4.3 x 4.3 x 4.9 inch
Package size: 9.85 x 9.85 x 14 inch
G.W.: 3.8kg

Packing List:
Mini 3D Printer *1
Bottom Plate *1
Consumable *1
Power Supply *1
Date Line *1
TF Card *1
Card Reader *1
Glue Stick *1

1 year for printer; 6 months for motor

Note: Do not touch the nozzle when using! Hot!

Product Features

  • Creativity – iNSTONE Easier 3D Printer inspires your imagination and wake your inner art talent.
  • Easy Use - Mini 3D Printer Just needs by 6 steps you can make any items you want. All the operations can be done just with a knob.
  • Portable – Light weight 5.3(lb) make you can easily enjoy 3d Printer diy everywhere and anytime whatever you are doing: working, preparing paper even cooking.
  • Big discount on filament – You will get 40% off on our filament after you ordered iNSTONE 3D Printer Kit.
  • iNSTONE Quality Assurance/Technical Assistance – Live service every day||ready to answer all technical questions ||Follow us: Skype: instone 3D / Facebook: Instone 3D/ Youtube: Instone 3D

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Mosaic Palette+ for multi-material 3D printing on 1.75mm printers | PLA, PETG, colorful, soluble, flexible | No mods to printer | 1-hr setup & calibration | Free software

Palette+ combines 4 filaments and feeds them into your printer in real time. No modifications required.

Product Features

  • Print multi-material and multi-color creations using 1 extruder. Palette+ splices together filament and feeds them to your printer in real time!
  • SOLUBLE: Print impossible overhangs with select soluble supports
  • FLEXIBLE: Create functional, end-use products by combining PLA with a flexible TPU
  • Colorful: printed objects in brilliant color using 4+ filaments
  • Compatible with large majority of 1.75 printers: Type A, Robo, CR-10, RepRap*, Raise3D, CraftBot, MakerBot*, Monoprice*, Prusa, Maker Gear, Flash forge CrPro, Dremel, Anet A8, & more

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Software needed for 3D printing

I ordered my first 3D printer and I want to make sure everything is ready to go when it arrives.

It is a Creality CR-10 Printer

I ordred a roll of PLA 1.75mm and ABS 1.75mm so I can try both materials, I will also be getting some sort of box or container to put around the printer when printing in ABS because the room it will be in is very drafty.


1. Will 123D Design and Cura be all the programs I need to design and print 3d parts?

2. Is there a way to create holes 0.1380 inches in length on parts within 123D design?

3. I’ve read that many people have problems with their prints sticking to the bed, how can I resolve this? Is painters tape, stick glue, or hair spray better and does it go directly on the glass bed?


Engineering Software Market – Rising usage of 3D Modeling in Geology Sector

The global engineering software market defines the use of different software such as computer-aided designing (CAD) software, computer-aided engineering (CAE) software, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, electronic design automation (EDA) software, and architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) software. These software are utilized across various engineering disciplines, such as electronics and communication engineering, electrical engineering, process engineering, chemical engineering, and mechanical engineering. The global engineering software market was valued at US$ 19.98 billion in 2014 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2015 to 2022.
The rising need of automation and growing adoption of integrated solutions for analyzing and designing of engineering systems is fueling the global engineering software market. Furthermore, the growing penetration of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops has increased the ease and accessibility of engineering software, which in turn, is bolstering the growth of engineering software market. Furthermore, the introduction of cloud-based engineering software products is boosting the market growth tremendously. However, high maintenance cost and license cost coupled with lack of technical expertise in operating these software is hindering the market growth globally. The key market players profiled in this report include Autodesk, Inc., Bentley Systems, Inc., Dassault Systemes S.A., IBM Corporation, Geometric Ltd., Siemens PLM Software, Inc., SAP SE, Synopsys, Inc., PTC, Inc., Ansys, Inc., and MSC Software Corporation. A significant opportunity for the key players lies in the growing demand of engineering software across marine, ship building and offshore sectors in order to provide reliable operating platform to overcome with extreme weather conditions, physical space constraints, and remote locations.

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The global engineering software market is segmented on the basis of software type, application type, and geography. On the basis of software type, the market is segmented into CAD software, CAE software, CAM software, AEC software, and EDA software. In 2014, the CAD software segment led the market and is expected to continue its dominance with nearly half of the global market revenue share in 2022. Currently, the surge in demand for CAD software is driven by the growing trend of mobile access to CAD which is boosting the adoption of CAD software worldwide, especially in the APAC. Moreover, the evolution of various new engineering trends such as 3D modeling, building information modeling (BIM), concurrent engineering and 3D printing, among others are expected to drive the engineering software’s demand throughout the forecast period.

On the basis of applications, the global engineering software market is classified into design automation, plant design, product design & testing, drafting & 3D modeling and others. The others application segment includes enterprise resource planning, project management, knowledge management, and 3D printing services. In 2014, product design & testing application segment led the engineering software market and it is expected to continue its dominance with over one-fourth of the global market revenue share in 2022. This is owing to the rising connectivity enabling remote analyzing and examining of products in the field. The drafting & 3D modeling is expected to be the fastest growing application segment owing to its rising usage in textbook publishing, advertising, marketing, and geology & science. Scientists and geologists are using 3D modeling to simulate earthquakes and landforms in order to see the effect of stress and draw conclusions based on their findings.

North America led the global engineering software market in 2014, accounting for over one-third of the global market revenue share and it is expected to lead the market throughout the forecast period 2015 to 2022. This is owing to the evolution of cloud-based engineering software which provides a range of advantages, such as ease of access, large space of storage, and security. Latin America is expected to be the fastest growing region for the market owing to immense growth in manufacturing and telecommunication industries, making significant usage of engineering softwares. The market for CAD/CAM/CAE and EDA is anticipated to increase in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Mexico. In Middle East & Africa (MEA), government investments and advancements in technology are acting as drivers for the growth of industrial sector, which in turn, is anticipated to drive the engineering software market in the coming years. In addition, the growth of engineering software market in Asia Pacific is mainly driven by burgeoning construction field and expanding automation industry. Thus, the engineering software market is analyzed to grow at a CAGR of 12.4% during the period 2015 to 2022.

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3D printable attention to detail from Type3 CAD software for jewelry design

Using 3D printing for jewelry design opens up new possibilities for unique crafted objects, but creators need powerful tools. The suite of CAD/CAM software from Type3 is specially designed for industries that require such precision.

Designing a timepiece with Type3 3DESIGN

Designing a timepiece with Type3 3DESIGN

Links to metal additive manufacturing at Airbus and Safran

Type3 is a software subsidiary of Gravotech – an engraving, product marking, and technology provider based in France.

Gravotech’s brand identification techniques are used by industry leaders such as Dassault Systèmes (EPA:DSY), who provide additive manufacturing software solutions to Airbus, and Safran, who also design aircrafts. The TYPE3 CAA software is integrated in Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPEREINCE product viewing platform, seen in virtual reality at CES 2017.

With Gravotech’s experience, Type3 is supported by a diverse team of software engineers, business developers, bench jewelers and designers, who all contribute to designing software with the end-user in mind.

Effortless design solutions

Type3’s 3DESIGN, is software specifically created for jewelry. Speaking to Pooja Sahny, Sales and Support Manager for Type3 UK, 3D Printing Industry learned that 3DESIGN Version 9“allows our users to create twisted wire, technical drawings with measurements, and a bypass ring within a matter of minutes.”

Timeless jewelry pieces

Having a digital and accurate record of technical specifications is advantageous compared to traditional methods. Changes can be made easily, without the need for redrafting.

Type3 parametric technology also allows 3D models to be edited at a later stage in the production lifecycle.

Bypass rings, created by 3DESIGN “within a matter of minutes,” are a style of engagement ring first popularized in the Victorian Era and enjoying a resurgence among those who admire vintage design. A bypass ring is composed of overlapping bands making it tricky to balance their design.

Feature of a bypass ring

Feature of a bypass ring.

Twisted wires, like bypass rings, are jewelry motifs symbolic of two ‘strands’ coming together to become one. Designing such a piece in a CAD program is complicated as the two wires have to merge into one solid piece, though still appear as separate parts. Twisted wires can also be composed of contrasting material, so it is essential to be able to communicate that in the design.

A digital sculptor

3SHAPER is Type3’s sculpting tool that allows users to digitally shape an object as they would with their hands in clay.

Organic shapes in fashion accessories are show as a potential use case for the tool, alongside an ability to finely tune details of a watch model.

Snake jewel shoes designed by Thomas Schafroth in 3SHAPER

Snake jewel shoes designed by Thomas Schafroth in 3SHAPER

Sales and support manager Pooja Sahny also adds that, “3SHAPER […] has the parametric ability through the use of color.”

If 3D Printing Industry readers would like to nominate Type3 for a 3D Printing Industry Award, they can do so by clicking here.

Featured image shows 3DESIGN software used to create a ring. All photos and images in this article, including the featured image, are courtesy of Type3.



Best CAD Software for Kid Creators

screen-shot-2016-12-22-at-10-11-40-amIt’s always a struggle around birthdays and holidays to figure out what the kids should give friends and family. Generally, we resort to handmade items; I have a couple of those waiting for me under our tree right now. It’s not that I’m complaining – they are usually cute things and I enjoy looking back at some of them – but the kids are getting older and there’s an opportunity here to take that desire to create and move it from macaroni to 3D printing.

But 3D printing involves expensive machinery, costly materials, and complex computer programming. Not exactly a recipe for the creation of a child’s art project, right? Well, probably not if your child is at the age that they still put every object they encounter directly into their mouths, but even a couple of years beyond that, there is actually CAD software that is age appropriate and that your child can use to create. As for the printing, if you aren’t ready to turn them loose on your 3D printer just yet, there are a good number of reputable print on demand services such as Shapeways, Sculpteo, and MyMIniFactory that you can turn to in order to move your child’s design off the screen and into their hands.

In fact, it’s just this kind of project that will help kids develop an early comfort with this technology which is promising to be an integral part of our social environment. In order to participate in modern society, technological literacy is vital and we all want our kids to have a leg up and be able to seamlessly integrate with the tools that they will need to be successful – even if it’s just making a key ring.

tinkercadIt is in this vein that Sculpteo has released its list of the top 8 CAD software programs for children. The ages for which the programs will be satisfactory range from as young as 4 to 13 and up, and the programs run the gamut from downloadable apps to browser based. You’ve probably heard of most of these programs, but what you may not have realized is how their intuitive nature lends itself not only to the creation of sophisticated models, but also the basic sorts of creations that a child exploring the 3D print and modeling world might create during their first experiences.


SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids — Print It

Some of these programs were designed specifically with children in mind, such as the SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids, the program ranked best for children in the 4+ age range. Others are simply programs that work well and that are more commonly utilized by people of all ages, such as SketchUp and 123D Design. I cut a couple of my kids (ages 9 and 12) loose on the programs briefly and it was immediately clear how much simpler it is for this next generation to easily integrate the way the already interact with technology into their understanding of a new software. With Tinkercad and LeoCAD the kids had both designed things that were gift-giving worthy less than an hour after they first started using the program. Rounding out the top 8 programs are Leopoly, BlocksCAD, and 3D Slash.

In the coming days, I think I’ll have them run through all of the programs listed and figure out which ones we might want to keep. As they are all free, there’s no harm in a bit of 3D modeling taste testing and, while it’s too late to put any of these creations under our tree, they just might be able to make something for the last day of Chanukah. To my mind, the world of creation that this opens up to kids, either through what they can do now or how easy this early experimentation makes it for them to participate in the 3D revolution when they are ready to create later, is all the gift I need.leocad