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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.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com inkl. Video)

Solderdoodle Cordless 3D Print Finishing Tool Launches on Kickstarter

Isaac Porras grew up in San Jose, California and earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from San Jose State University.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Cordless 3D Print Finishing Tool
by Isaac Porras

New hot knife, needle, and scooper attachments to remove 3D Print defects! Recharge from a USB port! Replaceable tips. Easy-to-use!

What is a Cordless 3D Print Finishing Tool?

This campaign introduces new attachments for a hot knife, needle, and scooper for Solderdoodle Pro, which converts it in to a portable, cordless, USB rechargeable 3D print finishing tool. Solderdoodle Pro was originally a portable soldering iron with the ability to last at full power for over a half hour above 800ºF, over 2 hours above 500ºF, and charge from a USB port. Below is a link for my original Open Source Hardware Solderdoodle Kickstarter project:
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)

Functionalize Now Shipping Conductive F-Electric 3D Printing Filament

Mike Toutonghi was working on a school project with his son when it struck him that there might be a better way to make a structural and electronic part. The pair’s work on an electromagnetic rocket compelled the computer software industry vet to form his company, Functionalize. When a long session of soldering the electronics for the rocket during the design and prototype process was finally over, Toutonghi looked to 3D printing to solve the tedious problem.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

FilaDry filament drying process keeps 3D printer filaments free from moisture

Although the existence of water vapor in the air – or, humidity – is beneficial for many environments (such as cigar humidors), it is far from desirable in many others, particularly when preserving dry materials is of utmost importance. Even microscopic levels of moisture can have a profound effect on my objects including small electronics and a range of materials that, by nature, are not finished with any sort of a protective agent. Among other places where humidity can cause problems is in 3D printing filament, which can lead to a variety of printing faults included cracked filament and warped printing.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Retouch3D is a Heated Interchangeable Tool for Cleaning Up 3D Printed Objects – Now on Kickstarter

I have a confession to make, a confession that may cause me to lose some respect among 3D printing enthusiasts… I only 3D print objects on my 3D printer that require no support material. Yes it’s true, I’m lazy and I hate having to clean up anything that comes off of my 3D printer.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com inkl. Videos)

Retouch3D: A brand new way to finish 3D prints.
by 3D 2.0 Inc

World’s first heated tool to finish 3D prints with variable heat and interchangeable heads designed for specific 3D retouching tasks.

Until you own a 3D printer, what you don’t realize is that removing supports and getting rid of printing errors sucks! We figured that if heat created a 3D print; then heat would be the best way to clean-up a 3D print. So, after experimenting with soldering irons, heated wax tools, blow torches, powered grinders and other scary equipment; we arrived at Retouch3D:
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)

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