Wangdd22 3D Printer Parts Improved 3D V6 Hexagon Universal Hotend Kit 0.4mm/1.75mm Straight Through Throat Extruder Hot End Kit with Fan Kit

Description:

Basic parameters:
Temperature resistance: HT-NTC100K (no need to change the firmware, directly replace the old thermistor)
Feeding type: remote feeding
Heater power: 50W
Type of pipe: straight through throat
Heater voltage: 12V
Line length: 1M
Product weight: just the sensor 36g, with 1M heater 65g

Note: This product is with the high temperature line but the hotend itself is through throat, with Teflon inside, so the temperature can not exceed 260 degrees, otherwise it will cause Teflon melt and get clogged!

Package includes:
Hotend+Fan stents+Cooling fan+1M Heater&Thermistor

Product Features

  • Compared to the ordinary aluminum in the market, it adopts high-purity aviation aluminum, is more durable.
  • Great texture. Hotend surface is with oxidation scrub, and the black paint texture makes it more upscale.
  • Processed by CNC machine, pay attention to the details of each process to ensure the processing accuracy, and every part is highly joined.
  • Improved installation makes the hotend can be dismantled in case of clogged, solve the problem, and extend service life. At the same time, it can be modularly replaced and assembled.
  • Straight through throat, the filament can be direct access to the nozzle, makes the feeding more smoothly to reduce clogging (the maximum temperature should not be over 260 °. )

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CloverTale 3d Printer Print Build Plate Removal Accessories Spatula tools, Clogged Extruder Nozzles Unclogging Drill Cleaner (10 pack), nozzle removal wrench

3D printer nozzles drill Size: .2mm .3mm .4mm ( 2pcs ).5mm .6mm .8mm 1.0mm Painting Knife Set: A Good addition to your 3D printer equipment. They make easier and safer to take out printed pieces out of the printer table, reducing risk of damaging the piece. Useful – it also doubles as great cleaning tool for scraping off glue and various debris (with the aide of liquids like water and/or alcohol). Five pallete knives painting knives set with different blade shapes and sizes, which can exchange use and slide flexibly under big parts and save your time. Spanner: Easy to use, easy to carry.

Product Features

  • Printer Removal Accessories tools, Clogged Extruder Nozzles Unclogging Drill Cleaner (10 pack), nozzle removal wrench
  • 3D Printing Tools: They are great tool to go with your 3D printer — the long, flexible blade is rounded, making it safer for kids, effective with large printed items, and minimizes damage to the printing surface.
  • 3D Printing Tools: The different shapes makes it easier because of part variations.
  • 3D Printing Tools:Material: stainless steel blade with wood handle
  • Kit includes: 10pcs 3D Printer Nozzles Drill (0.2mm 0.3mm 0.4mm( 2pcs ) 0.5mm 0.6mm, 0.8mm, 1.0mm), 3D Printing Tools ( 3pcs), Spanner

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Girl Guides Use Technology Skills to Help Special Needs Community with 3D Printed Park Model

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The Sharjah Girl Guides were first established in 1973, and spread across the United Arab Emirates in the following years, leading to the establishment of the Girl Guides Association of the United Arab Emirates in 1979. The organization allows girls to develop as strong citizens and leaders, much like the Girl Scouts of America. As part of their own growth, the Girl Guides often end up helping others along the way, too. Such was the case with a recent project that demonstrated the girls’ impressive knowledge of technology as well as their commitment to making life better for others.

February has been designated as UAE Innovation Month, which grew out of Innovation Week in previous years. It was developed as a festival celebrating innovation across the UAE and aiming to strengthen the country’s position as a global innovation hub. Events include the launch of new national initiatives, showcases of products and services, hackathons and competitions, labs and workshops, and more across each of the Emirates. As part of Innovation Month, the Sharjah Girl Guides presented an innovation of their own.

Fifteen Girl Guides, aged 12 to 15, recently created a 3D printed model of a park that could be used by individuals with disabilities and special needs. It was the second of two projects for Sharjah’s own Innovation Week; the other involved a 3D printed book about iconic landmarks in Sharjah. The model of the park helped the girls develop their own CAD and 3D printing skills, as well as showing them how their work could help others in the community.

“Sharjah Innovation Week provided the perfect opportunity for the guides to not only challenge themselves in a technical environment but also required them to innovate in ways that could give back to the community,� said Shaikha Al Shamsi, Manager of the Sharjah Girl Guides. “The park model for children with special needs showed the guides’ skills in the design elements of the project and their understanding of how to accommodate children of various abilities and needs, and how to make their lifestyles more enjoyable and their leisure time more accessible.�

The park model and book were completed in six sessions, each of which took approximately three hours to complete the two projects. The park, while still in a concept stage, has the potential to be turned into an actual park at some point. The book, meanwhile, was created to educate both guests and visitors on Sharjah.

The Sharjah Girl Guides have often showed that they value technology, with other past activities including a 3Doodler workshop. Projects like this latest are a great example of the importance that organizations like the Girl Guides have in the lives of young girls, teaching them about the impact of technology as well as their own abilities to use it for good purpose. If the park does eventually get built, these girls will have become architects at a young age, and even if it remains simply a model, they will have learned valuable lessons about 3D design and 3D printing that they can take with them into the future – perhaps using them to directly impact the special needs community in another way.

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[Sources: Tahawul Tech, Gulf Today / Images: Sharjah Girl Guides]

Athletics 3D Develops Olympic Gold-Winning Rifle with 3D Printing

French sports equipment company Athletics 3D turned to rapid prototyping for the design of one of its latest small bore rifles. The rifle, prototyped on a Zortrax M200, would go on to a gold medal-winning finish at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in the hands of biathlete Martin Fourcade.

When it comes to professional and Olympic sports, design and quality of the equipment matters – a lot.

That is why Clément Jacquelin, the Youth Biathlon World Champion 2009, created Athletics 3D – Olympics & Fitting. With seven years study in engineering under his belt too, Jacquelin cpitalizes on what he knows best: designing professional biathlon rifles with the help of 3D printing technologies.

“We started Athletics 3D to share our expertise, and put everything we know about ins and outs of biathlon into our products,� he explains.

During biathlons, competitors must alternative between  cross country skiing and target shooting. For the shooting element of the contest, the target range lies 160 feet. Five targets, ranging from 1.8- to 4.5-inches in diameter (depending on the stage of the event) are supposed to be hit. Unsurprisingly, both distance and fatigue are key considerations. This makes rifle ergonomics even more important.

Most biathlon rifles include a modular composition, which means that parts can be replaced with others to suit varying conditions. For Fourcade’s event-winning rifle, Athletics 3D’s custom  stock is used.

Zortrax Athletics 3D 3D printed biathlon rifle

Zortrax Athletics 3D 3D printed biathlon rifle

Athletics 3D founder Clement Jacquelin

Using Zortrax to 3D Print Rifles

After designing in CAD software, Jacquelin uses the Zortrax‘s proprietary slicer, Z-SUITE, to prepare the prototype rifles for printing on company’s M200 3D printer. Printed in Z-ABS material, the resulting parts are ready for inspection quickly.

“Zortrax Ecosystem did a great job prototyping the thing. We could get the feel right, the dimensions, the ergonomics�, Jacquelin adds.

He continues that 3D printing made all the difference to the final design, and that it has also reduced production costs of the devices.

Upon print completion, Jacquelin personally tests each test model. As a former world champion, he has the necessary qualifications to determine which features work best in a biathlon setting.

“We work with the world’s leading manufacturers specializing in high-end sports equipment. It was their job to build the stock with intended, end-use materials. But it all starts with extensive prototyping, and for prototyping we have been using Zortrax equipment since 2015�, he adds.

For Athletics 3D, the hard work has paid off. Martin Fourcade recently claimed gold in the men’s biathlon 12.5 km pursuit at the Winter Olympics 2018.

Source: Zortrax & Athletics 3D

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