Dog River Tools 3D Printing Tool Kit – Print Removal, Nozzle Cleaning, Cean up, Finishing and Maintenance

This kit is a collection of some of the most common 3D printing tools, helping your maintain your printer, deal with nozzle jams, remove prints from the build surface and clean up the prints after they are complete. Kit includes: – 5 pcs 0.4mm flexible nozzle cleaning needles in storage tube – 1 pcs Premium print removal tool with semi flexible blade and rubberized handle – 1 pcs Deburr tool with 2 different tips – 1 pcs Precision curved tweezers – 1 pcs File with 1 round and 1 flat side – 5 pcs PTFE Grease packets – 1 pcs Zippered nylon tool pouch

Product Features

  • Excellent value for the most popular 3D printer tools
  • All tools easily fit into the tool pouch with room to add more
  • Great kit for those just getting started or have been printing for years
  • Combines 3D printing specific tools into 1 handy kit

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[Sintron] 3D Printer Plastic Printed Part Frame Kit for MK8 Extuder Reprap Mendal Prusa i3

This is the excellent and popular version of the Prusa i3 Acrylic Frame 3D Printer, This kit comes with the following parts in PLA. These are the parts you’ll need to complete your Prusa i3, As the picture, what you see will be what you get.

Overview:

PLA, Polylactic Acid, is created from processing a number of plant products.
PLA can be composted at commercial facilities unlike ABS which is derived from fossil fuels, Our fine grade PLA filament (Poly Lactic Acid) is derived from corn starch and is biodegraded in an active compost heap. We recommend PLA for beginners as its more forgiving and easier to work with as it cools & sets faster reducing warpage.

PLA is a more earth friendly plastic. It is stronger and more rigid than ABS, and in general the printed objects will have a more glossy look and feel compared to ABS, unlike ABS, PLA can be sanded and machined.

Features:

(1) PLA has a lower melting temperature compared to ABS.
(2) As a material, PLA has much less warping versus ABS. Additionally, a heated bed is not required to print it.
(3) PLA plastic is a much harder plastic compared to ABS. With PLA your printer will flex less and your gears will last much longer.

Package list:(Bolts and Nuts included)

1 Pcs X carriage for 8mm smooth rod and LM8UU bearings
3 Pcs Clamp style endstop holders
1 Pcs X end idler for 8mm smooth rod and LM8UU bearings
1 Pcs X end motor for 8mm smooth rod and LM8UU bearings
1 Pcs Y belt holder
1 Pcs Y idler bracket
1 Pcs Y motor mount
1 Pcs Extruder mount for MK8 extruder
3 Pcs Y bushings for 8mm smooth rod and LM8UU bearings
4 Pcs Y corners for 8mm threaded rod

Product Features

  • (1) PLA has a lower melting temperature compared to ABS.
  • (2) As a material, PLA has much less warping versus ABS. Additionally, a heated bed is not required to print it.
  • (3) PLA plastic is a much harder plastic compared to ABS. With PLA your printer will flex less and your gears will last much longer.
  • (4) PLA generally enjoys sharper details and corners compared to ABS without the risk of cracking or warping. PLA can also be printed at higher throughput speeds.
  • (5) These are the parts you’ll need to complete your Prusa i3, 17 unit plastic printed Parts with bolts and nuts included.

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Creating New Compounds For 3D Printed Medical Devices

A new biomaterial company,  FibreTuff, has announced plans to begin manufacturing cellulose-based biomaterials that are biocompatible, absorbable, and nondegradable for Class I and II medical devices. The company’s PAPC ingredients can be compounded into pellets to make 3D printing filament that can be used to print a variety of medical devices and implants.

“FibreTuff compounds biomaterials that contain cellulose and blends them with thermoplastics branded as PAPC (polyamide, polyolefin, and cellulose) compositions for use in Class I [and] II and eventually Class III permanent implants for the medical industry,� explained FibreTuff founder and president Robert Joyce. “We’ve now brought on partners, purchased manufacturing equipment, and now leased space in a facility located in West Unity, Ohio.�

FibreTuff’s PAPC filament can be used in 3D printers without the odors traditionally associated with the printing process. The biomaterial will also cost about 30% less for device makers in need of things like cervical spacers and other implantable devices. The material also has the huge advantage of being “radiopaque,� meaning it can be seen on an x-ray without requiring additives like other products on the market.

“You can see in an x-ray where the tissues and bone grow into the implant made with PAPC,� Joyce said. “Our FibreTuff PAPC is a hydrophilic compound that is coating friendly to support a printed circuits design and construction through an ink process by nScrypt located in Orlando, Florida. Even the specific gravity of the compound is 20% lighter than [that of] other materials currently on the market, which can translate into lower material costs to produce 3D printed parts.�

Among the other characteristics of the FibreTuff filament are that it will not dissolve inside the body and has already passed USP Class VI testing performed by NAMSA for implantation, the company reported in a news release. The filament also has a weight and composition very similar to actual human bone, which could suit it for 3D printing bones for academic use in medical school.

“The human bones that are 3D printed with FibreTuff PAPC offer similar features to an actual human experience, having good screw retention and sawing and cutting ability,� Joyce said. “Other 3D printed resins have challenges with these types of features, but we have the flexibility to print different sizes of human bone that actually resemble real human bones. A local university has been using pig and cow bones for their medical students to practice on, but we are aiming to have the students 3D print bones with FibreTuff PAPC that they can actually practice on.�

While the company officially launched operations within the last week, the company has spent the last four years not only developing the technology, but also recruiting partners and taking orders. Now that it is moving toward a new phase in sales and marketing, Joyce said that the company hopes to begin producing PAPC implants within the next 16 months.

“Approximately 16 months from now we hope to have PAPC in permanent implants for spine, trauma, and sports medicine that can show much improved osseointegration versus PEEK and metal implants,� he said. “We also hope to begin reducing the cost to produce these types of implants by 30%. We want to work with hospitals, colleges and universities, and medical device manufacturers to develop a new way to deliver education and functional tools and models to the medical market.�

SainSmart x Creality Ender-3 3D Printer, Resume Printing V-Slot Prusa i3 Home & School Use, Build Volume 8.7″ x 8.7″ x 9.8″

Overview

SainSmart’s latest Creality3D series printer is specifically designed for hobbyists, tinkerers, and the curious. As the premier
entry-level 3D printer on the market, the Ender-3 kit includes everything you need to learn about 3D printing. Brought to you
by the creators of the CR-10, the Ender-3 delivers professional-grade results in an affordable package. Get your hands on one
and unleash your creative side!

WHY CHOOSE SAINSMART?

As an industry leader since 2010, SainSmart offers a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty on 3D printers, so you can rest assured that your purchase is protected.
Contact us for professional solutions recommendations and expect a qualified response within one business day. Buy with confidence!

Machine Parameter:

Printing Technology: FDM
Printing Accuracy: ±0.1 mm
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm
Layer Thickness: 0.1 to 0.4 mm
Nozzle Speed: 180 mm/s
Compatible Filaments: 1.75 mm PLA, TPU, ABS, PETG
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, MacOS
Compatible Software: Pro/E, Solidworks, Siemens UX, 3DS Max, Rhinoceros 3D
Compatible Formats: .stl, .obj, .mpt, .mpf
Ambient Temperature: 5 to 40° C (41 to 104° F)
Nozzle Temperature: 255° C (491° F)
Heated Bed Temperature: 110° C (230° F)
Connectivity: USB 2.0 connection, SD Flash
Power Source: AC 100-265V 50-60Hz
Overall Size: 440 x 410 x 465 mm (17.3 x 16.1 x 18.3″)
Auto Resume Print: Yes
Spool Holder: Yes

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

1x Ender-3 3D Printer (LCD Screen, Power Supply, Spray Head Assembly, Spool Holder, Motors, Parts need to be assembled)
1x Tool Box (50g Testing Filament Included)
1x Screw Accessories Box

Instructions:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.image.smart/download/101-91-311/SainSmart_Ender3_Instruction.pdf
https://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.image.smart/download/101-91-311/40-40_PLA_testfile.gcode

Product Features

  • Cost Effective: By eliminating the high retail markup, SainSmart is able to offer a sensible package with unrivaled quality in the entry-level space. The compact design allows Ender-3 to fit in the trunk of your car or even back seat, while still providing 6x more build volume than other entry-level printers.
  • High Precision & Noiseless: The CNC-machined Y-axis mounting slot ensures highly precise positioning of the printer head. V-slot POM (polyoxymethylene) wheels allow the nozzle to glide smoothly and silently.
  • No Clogging or Warping: Our patented extruder design greatly reduces the risk of a clogged nozzle. There’s no need for printing tape or glue due to the incorporation of a new viscous platform sticker.
  • Fast Heating & Resume Print Feature: The heated bed can reach its operating temperature in just five minutes. The printer is shielded by its power supply from voltage spikes and power outages. If electrical power is lost, prints can be resumed from the last layer, saving time and reducing waste.
  • Semi-Assembled: This easy-to-setup kit comes partially assembled, allowing you to learn about the basic construction of 3D printers as you finish putting it together. A fun STEM educational experience in mechanical engineering and electronics.

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