WINSINN 3D Printer J-head V6 Hotend Extruder Kit – High Speed Volcano Upgrade + Sensor Copper heater block 0.4mm Copper & Stainless steel Nozzle For PT100 1.75mm Filament

►This is The latest V6 kit, replacement parts is very easy, so you can easily upgrade your printer. High-quality stainless steel nozzle + copper heating block + TC4 titanium alloy, you can ultra-high temperature printing. Let’s try it :)))




►TC4 titanium alloy: TC4 titanium alloy material composition is Ti-6Al-4V, (a + b) type titanium alloy, It has good mechanical properties, specific strength. TC4 strength sb = 1,012MPa, density g = 4.4 x 103, specific strength sb / g = 23.5, while the specific strength of alloy steel sb / g is less than 18. Titanium alloy has low thermal conductivity. Titanium alloy thermal conductivity 1/5 of steel , 1/13 of aluminum, 1/25 of copper , TC4 thermal conductivity l = 7.955W / m.K. The above data is only for reference.




►Sensor heater block is the 2016 new V6 heater block, it compatible with PT100 sensor, size 23*16*12mm

►Copper heater block is The latest heating block, suitable for ultra-high temperature printing, size 22*16*11.5mm




Package include:
►1 x High quality copper + stainless steel 1.75mm-0.4mm nozzle
►1 x High quality copper + stainless steel 1.75mm-0.4mm Volcano Sharp nozzle
►1 x High quality Standard V6 + Volcano +Copper heater block
►1 x TC4 titanium alloy + 4.1mm Bore Heat Break
►1 x V6 Aluminum alloy Radiator + PC4-01 Pneumatic fittings
►1 x Heatsink Shroud + High Speed 3010 Fan 12V 0.1A 9000±RPM
►1 x 12V 40W 1m Heater Cartridge Cable + NTC 100K 3950B Temperature sensor
►2 x Allen wrench + 4 x Fan fixing screw

Product Features

  • Emergency Notice: Recently some customer feedback that V6 heat sink had the thread error, the heat sink in the kit is M6 thread, it can not be used. We are very sorry about this problem. This is our mistake. We apologize to all customers. If you have received a problem product, don’t worry. Contact us immediately, keep your product, we will re-send to you immediately for free. Thank you!
  • TC4 Titanium alloy Heatbreak – Ultra-low thermal conductivity, Make sure the printer stable operation.
  • 3 Models of heater blocks, upgrade your printer, experience the latest high-temperature printer technology.
  • High quality International copper nozzle + stainless steel nozzle (1.75mm-0.4mm)
  • Suitable use for Remote and 1.75mm Filament. With Heatsink Shroud + High Speed 3010 Fan, the fan 0.1A 9000+-10%RPM

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Hot End for 3D Printer Assembled Extruder DIY Hotend 1.75mm Filament 0.4mm Nozzle 12V 40W Heater Including 10PCS Extra Nozzles and Tubes(30mm Length)

MK8 Extruder Hot End kit, white wire was temperature thermistor, red wire was heating tube 12V/40W
Material: Aluminum and Stainless Steel and Brass
Extra Nozzles: 7*0.4mm, 1*0.2mm, 1*0.3mm, 1*0.5mm
Extra Tube: 10x 30mm Length Extruder 1.75mm Tube Compatible with 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer.

Product Features

  • Offers you an easy way to upgrade your hotend with plenty of MK8 brass extruder nozzles for 1.75mm Filament, including 0.4mm(7pcs), 0.2mm(1pc), 0.3mm(1pc) and 0.5mm(1pc).
  • 12V/40W high temperature resistance heater catridge(wire length 1M/39.4inches), operating temperature range:0~+280°C (0~+538°F)
  • Aluminium heater block 20*20*10mm, comes with a necessary screw. Working perfectly with everyday filaments like PLA and ABS. Note: heat block inner hole for set screw: M6 and M3.
  • 30mm Length Extruder 1.75mm Tube, made from Aluminum. Compatible with 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer. Reduces extrusion force and improve reliability of retractions thanks to the improved internal surface finish.
  • You can repair your extruder with this kit instead of replacing a new one when your extruder suffers a clog that can’t be fixed. A great replacement hot end for MK8, i3, E3D, Anet A8, Alunar M508, CR7, V2 etc.

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HE3D Acrylic 3D Printer Tabletop Filament Holder for 1 spool used for ABS/PLA/wood/TPU/other 3D printing material

Product Material : acrylic
Package List: 1set of filament holder(Filament is not included)

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Industry 4.0, industrial robots & 3D printing are on the cusp of changing how manufacturing is done

We love predictions. We love the way they create awe-inspiring futures that we either welcome with great anticipation or fear with crippling horror. The bigger and bolder, the better. If it’s the future, it undoubtedly will be spectacular.

I still remember sitting in Mr. Carls’ fifth-grade class at St. Patrick Grade School when he informed us all that we would be alive in the year 2000. We all gasped and marveled at a time so distant, when summers would surely last forever and bubble gum would be free. Oh, how lucky we would be to live in the year 2000.

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Now that we’ve chugged past Y2K, not to mention the uneventful slide right through the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012, we seem to have steered clear of destruction and are headed straight toward a future of flying self-driven cars (finally!) and underwater coastal cities, thanks to the rising oceans as the polar ice caps melt. The future has never loomed larger.

Data and communication are sure to play a huge role in that future. There’s no limit to the power of information and the algorithms and artificial intelligence that can turn it into actionable heroics. A recent report, “Industry 4.0 Demands the Co-Evolution of Workers and Manufacturing Operations,” penned by Dr. Irene Petrick, market innovation director, and Dr. Faith McCreary, principal engineer, Internet-of-Things Group at Intel, indicates that Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are quickly altering how products are manufactured. But, according to authors, who collected information from 145 manufacturing professionals, “When we envision intelligent factories of the future, we often put technology in a starring role, but technology alone will not ensure a successful transition to an intelligent factory.â€� The success of that transition is in the hands of factory personnel.

“Fully 98% of the workers who participated believed that they had direct or indirect influence over technology adoption and implementation decisions. These individuals are potential allies in the path to the future, if only we can harness their interest in change,� according to the report.

As many employees fear the impact of technology, futurists see a different path. The London School of Economics (LSE) published a study entitled, “Robots at Work,� on the use of industrial robots. “Productivity has improved by around 15% due to industrial robots,� said Guy Michaels, LSE’s head of research. “At the same time, the proportion of low-skilled labor dropped, and pay increased slightly. Industrial robots don’t have any significant impact on the number of employees overall.�

A recent study by the Centre for European Economic Research on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research revealed similar findings in the country with the world’s third-densest industrial robot workforce. The number of people employed in Germany reached 44 million in 2017, the highest figure since reunification (Figure 1). And the rapid spread of industrial robots hasn’t made a dent in employment figures.

“The modernization of production shifts hazardous, unhealthy and monotonous work to the machines,� explains Junji Tsuda, president of the International Federation of Robotics. “In the vast majority of cases, only certain activities of a job are automated and not the entire spectrum of an employee’s work.�

As much as big data and industrial robots may change manufacturing, 3D printing could make an even bigger ripple, with its localized production and batch-of-one capabilities. No one knows what lies in store, but, like death and taxes, technology is inevitable. Buckle up. Here comes the future.

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