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Smooth Like Butter – Creative Tools Offers 3D Printed Filament Spool Holder

Your 3D printer could use a completely 3D printed filament spool holder, and Creative Tools have made one for you. Creative Tools Sweden, founded in 2004, is now the leading Nordic supplier of 3D software and hardware. They’re resellers of major 3D software brands like Autodesk, MAXON, Chaos Group, and SketchUp, and 3D printing hardware from MakerBot, 3DFactories, Ultimaker, and BOXX Technologies.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Universal stand-alone filament spool holder (fully 3D-printable)

A fully 3D-printable rotating stand for filament spools, designed to be easily made without the need for fasteners such as screws, nuts, shafts, glue, etc. Every single component in this spool holder comes right from your 3D printer’s filament.

The spool holder’s spindle is shaped to fit the vast majority of commonly used filament spools with shaft holes ranging from 16 mm to 62 mm in diameter. It is also compatible with spool-less filament coils.

The spindle which holds the spool’s weight rotates on its own roller wheels, which makes it turn effortlessly.

The spool holder included an arm for filament guide tubes of both common sizes 1.75 mm and 3.0 mm. The arm also contains a pocket for inserting a piece of sponge which acts a a filament filter – thus keeping the filament clean and lubricated.

FEATURES
– Easy to 3D print
– Needs no glue or fasteners
– All parts can be 3D-printed
– Fits almost any filament spool size
– Has built-in filament filter!
– Can also hold spool-less filament coils

Next time you need a new filament spool holder, just 3D-print one!

GET THE FILES
Download the files to 3D-print your own copy of this filament spool holder from: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:508896

Creative Tools
http://Creative-Tools.com
– (Quelle und weitere Infos: Youtube)

3Digital Cooks Create a Dry Food 3D Printer Extruder

If you were to tell me five years ago that by 2015 we would be 3D printing food, I likely would have said that you were crazy. 2015 is certain to be a year of technological innovation. With technology progressing at an exponential rate, things which may have seemed like a pipe dream only a few years ago will likely become a reality. 3D printed food is one of these realities.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

printing sugar powder

More info: http://www.3digitalcooks.com
(Quelle: Youtube)

No more filament? – Quest for a Universal Pellet Extruder for 3D Printing

Pellets – Let’s shake things up!

A few months back I asked the question on G+, Would anyone like to discuss Pellet / Granular extruders? I ask because I have been working on various designs for quite some time with success and also plenty of failures , it’s not easy, it needs collaboration and I would like to see it stay open-source and accessible to all at a very low (no) cost.
(…weiter auf richrap.blogspot.nl)

RichRap Universal Pellet Extruder Project – 3D Printing

This video launches the Universal Pellet Extruder project for 3D Printing.
Using pellets and other granular materials for 3D printing are a next evolutionary step in both simplicity and flexibility.
Further information is available on my Blog – http://richrap.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12…
Files for the Pellet Extruder are on Youmagine here – https://www.youmagine.com/designs/uni…
(Quelle: Youtube)

Openpump – An Open Source Syringe Pump With 3D Printing & Bioprinting Potential

Openpump, an open-source syringe pump made to dispense fluids over a set period of time, is just like the syringe pumps used to administer medication in hospitals and laboratory environments.

Most often used to perform chemical or biomedical research, pumps like this open-source version could easily be used for 3D printing extrusion of paste or as part of a 3D bioprinter for outputting biological materials.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Dual Extruder Conversion Kit for Ultimaker 2

Online 3D printer retailer Creatr posted information about a new conversion kit that they designed that would allow an Ultimaker 2 3D printer to be upgraded with an all metal dual extruder. In a post on the Ultimaker community forums, nineteen year old Italian engineer Sam Bianchi Bazzi posted details about his forthcoming upgrade kit for the popular 3D printer.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Volcano – Print Faster, Stronger, Bigger.

There’s no getting around the fact that 3D printing is a slow process. Even with extremely fast motion systems of modern machines like delta robots we’re still stuck waiting hours for even simple parts to come off the machine.
We’re also seeing increasingly large machines which have the ability to create huge objects that push the limits of what we are capable of printing. However print these huge parts is incredibly slow and waiting for literally days to print these large objects is simply impractical in many cases.
(…weiter auf e3d-online.com)

Volcano – Print Faster, Stronger, Bigger.

Announcing E3Ds super high flow nozzle upgrade. Volcano allows you to print with bigger nozzles at faster speed. This means prints finish in less than half the time, and prints come out dramatically stronger.
(Quelle: Youtube)

Improve your 3D print quality with the BuzzBox for desktop 3D printers

Despite the convenience of having a desktop 3D printer, the common problems that can arise with owning and maintaining the printer leave much to be desired. Among them include tool storage, heat loss, fumes, noise, curling edges, crackling and ultimately, warped prints.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

BuzzBox – 3D Printer Enclosure
by Apogee Science

BuzzBox is an enclosure designed for small format 3D printers to improve print quality.

About this project
An enclosure for a variety of small format 3D printers

BuzzBox is designed to help makers, inventors and hobbyists tackle the most common problems facing the 3D printing process. It’s the world’s first customizable enclosure that combines the storage of material and tools while keeping heat in and filtering outgoing air.
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)

Marvell’s New 3D Printing Platform

Yesterday, I spoke to a delightful crew from Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL) the company known for providing a wide variety of silicon solutions ranging from mobile communications, storage, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud infrastructure, digital entertainment and in-home content delivery and Kinoma software enabling the “Smart Life and Smart Lifestyle.” They had a big announcement to make: the industry’s first fully integrated 3D printer system-on-chip (SoC) and software solution platform. Marvell’s new technology platform is based on the empowering 88PA6120 SoC, which is an intriguing hardware development kit as well as a full Linux-based software development kit. Whenever a major technology company steps into the burgeoning 3D printer market segment, I generally assume that they have figured out a unique way of addressing a specific void in the industry.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

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