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- Rinstruct – Home of Instructions May 31, 2015a3dp.net Rinstruct Rinstruct was created to address an issue which causes quite a few people to quit their 3D Printing journey before it really begins. Many things in life take quite a bit of time, effort, and persistence. A solid … Read More The post Rinstruct – Home of Instructions appeared first on All About 3D Printing.
- UC Berkeley Makes An Artistic Structure From 3D Printed Cement Blocks April 15, 2015a3dp.net Last month, a UC Berkeley research team demonstrated the potential for 3D Printing and architectural applications. The team, led by associate architecture professor, Ronald Rael, constructed the largest recorded structure built using 3D Printed cement blocks which were individually Printed … Read More The post UC Berkeley Makes An Artistic Structure […]
- The Eng 3D Printed Smart Phone Cases June 15, 2014a3dp.net Unique 3D Printed Cases For Your Smart Phone! Eng Cases are high quality 3D Printed Smart Phone cases currently available for iPhone’s version 4 and up, Samsung Galaxy’s S4 and up, including the Note 3, and the Nexus 5. Rong, … Read More The post The Eng 3D Printed Smart Phone Cases appeared first on All About 3D Printing.
- Makers Local 256: Huntsville’s First Nonprofit Hackerspace March 14, 2014a3dp.net Makers Local 256 Huntsville‘s First Nonprofit Hackerspace Makers Local is an organization for nonprofit Hackerspaces and have established what we expect to be their first of many locations, in Huntsville, Alabama. If you aren’t sure what a Hackerspace is, they … Read More The post Makers Local 256: Huntsville’s First Nonprofit Hackerspace appeared f […]
- Robotic Automobile Welder Transformed Into A 3D Printer! March 3, 2014a3dp.net Robotic 3D Printer Arm Automobile Manufacturing Robot Changes Careers Joris Laarman is a designer who transformed an automated welding machine used for car manufacturing into a Robotic 3D Printer that can draw lines in mid-air and without the need for … Read More The post Robotic Automobile Welder Transformed Into A 3D Printer! appeared first on All […]
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If you haven’t heard about it, the Mark One is the world’s first 3D Printer that can 3D Print with Carbon Fiber and other Composite materials. ABS Plastic Filament is very popular in the 3D Printing world due to its strength. Mark One is enabling those he need an even stronger solution. Carbon Fiber is up to 20 times stronger than ABS and is also very light-weight. You can find out more about the Mark One here!
Every MakerKase you back on Kickstarter will come with its own STC-1000 Electronic Temperature Controller. If you aren’t familiar with the MakerKase it is a universal 3D Printer cabinet which helps protect your investment as well as your 3D Printing projects by helping maintain proper temperature as well as protecting curious hands from burns. Learn more about the MakerKase here!
A Heated Print Bed has been added to the 3DMonstr allowing the use of high-heat Filaments, such as ABS Filament. The Kickstarter Campaign has already surpassed it’s goal and currently as about $59,000 in funding. The Makers have set a stretch goal of $65,000 in funding in which all backers of the 3DMonstr will receive a choice of 1 pound of Taulman 645, Taulman Nylon 618, or T-Glase Filament that will be sent for free with their 3DMonstr 3D Printer. Learn more about the 3DMonstr by clicking here. You can find out more about the 3 specialty Filaments above by Taulman by clicking here.
Rapide One has made it possible for you to pay only a third of the total funding for the level you choose on the campaign page and then the other two payments over the course of about 2 months. Rapide One also offers huge discount offers. Buy a $150 discount card and Rapide One will take $500 of the price of your 3D Printer. Buy the discount card costing $300 and Rapide will take $750 off of the price of your 3D Printer! Find out more about the Rapide One!
What Is Volume In The World Of
Refers to the capacity of a 3D Printer, 3D Scanner, or other device. For example; the maximum height of the range of vertical motion for the Extruder Head combined with the maximum dimensions of the Print Bed dictate the maximum size of an object it can Print. For a 3D Scanner, the Scan Volume is simply the maximum dimensions of an object it can Scan, this is usually dictated by the dimensions of the Bed/turn-table and the range of motion of the camera(s) and Laser(s), if equipped. Some devices do not have a set maximum Volume.
Point-and-Shoot 3D Scanners are only limited by how much its software can accommodate as they are basically digital cameras that are optimized to recreate the object 3-Dimensionally for manipulation and/or 3D Printing. An example of a Point-and-Shoot 3D Scanner is the Fuel 3D Scanner. Some 3D Printers, such as Stereolithographic 3D Printers, are only limited by the amount of Filament you have as well as the size of the container you available to Print the object in. An example of a 3D Printer with this capability is the Peachy.
The team behind the Robox Micro-manufacturing platform celebrate surpassing their Kickstarter goal by releasing a special Kickstarter Green Edition Robox 3D Printer and have also improved the Print Resolution of the Robox. Haven’t heard of the Robox before? Find out MORE HERE!