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3D Printed Stainless Steel and Bronze Designs Available Faster Than Ever with i.materialise

As 3D printing technology improves, we’re seeing the gap between what’s possible with less expensive home printers and industrial-level machines grow narrower and narrower. One of the drawbacks of the small-scale, desktop machines has certainly been the limitations where printing material is concerned. While we’re tremendous fans of the thermoplastics, we also realize there are instances when your 3D design demands a material that is not only durable, but also emblematic of permanence.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Kickstarter: Orbit 1 Tabletop Electroplating Device Goes for the Gold in 3D Printing

It’s a rare individual not drawn to the rich allure of gold. Our need and constant quest for the treasured metal has manifested itself in nearly every part of the world and is responsible for causing economies to soar, and tumble. It’s an interest and obsession that has been part of the human paradigm since the earliest empires of man.
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Orbit1: A Tabletop Electroplater Turns Your Ideas into Gold
von Monolith Studio Inc.

Orbit1 is an efficient, easy to use electroplating device that coats almost anything in metal, at only $2/g.

Orbit1 is an electroplater that allows you to plate just about everything. Look at the trumpet we 3D printed and plated with Orbit1! You can even make your own musical instrument at home. Using Orbit1, you can coat your works in metal, even gold, in three simple steps. First, clean and polish your object, next spray the conductive paint, then click start. Orbit1 will metallize your design, empowering you with the Midas touch from your tabletop. Orbit1 is a step forward in the 3D printing world.
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)

New Protocol Helps 3DFilo Rate the Best 3D Printing Filament for the Job

Dozens of new products – including some produced by large petrochemical groups – are literally flooding the market, offering hundreds of different options for 3D printer filaments. And, developed in collaboration with Dogma Solutions, 3DFilo’s Filaments Evaluation Protocol (FEP) test aims to provide users, especially those who buy consumables for 3D printing, the criteria for determining whether a particular filament is suitable for a specific use.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Made In Space 3D Printer Filament Is Now Available for Pre-Order Down on Earth

The developers of the revolutionary Zero-Gravity 3D printer currently orbiting the planet on the International Space Station are now selling their space-ready products to us Earthlings. Made In Space started working with several 3D printing filament retailers to meet the public and private sector demands for their plastic filaments, and fund their continued exploration of commercial space products and services.
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FormFutura Releases Food-Safe Transparent HDglass 3D Printing Filament – Sample it Today for $2.12

It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago there were only a handful of 3D printing material and color options, and in such a short amount of time the market now boasts hundreds of 3D printing filament and material options. While PLA and to a lesser degree ABS still rule the roost, one of the materials growing extremely rapidly in popularity are the various PET materials.
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Make Your Own 3D Printer Filament by Building Your Own Filament Extruder

Costs have certainly dropped over the years, but 3D printing could never be accused of being an inexpensive hobby. While the average price of a 3D printer is around one to two thousand dollars, the hidden cost of printing materials is the real area where 3D printing becomes a hobby recommended for someone with access to a significant disposable income.
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South Korean Researchers Using Oxygen Diffusion Technique to Build 3D Printed Micropatterns

Diffusion describes the fact that molecules, vibrating with random motion in a gas or liquid, move toward a state of equilibrium where those molecular species in a mixture are uniformly dispersed until the concentration of any one species becomes the same throughout the medium. It’s a sort of Fick’s second law issue, and Fick’s laws have been used to model transport processes in foods, neurons, biopolymers, pharmaceuticals, porous soils, and nuclear materials.
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