REPKORD V-LINE+ 3D Printer Filament PLA RGBPak1.75mm 1/2lb spools, Red, Green, Blue Bundle, Makerbot Compatible 0.03+/- diam (Pack of 3)

Buy in bulk and save! Repkord V-LINE+ (PLUS) is the latest enhancement of our value line in a continual effort to get you the best quality for the lowest cost! New improved formulation offers superior prints and better resilience to drying out. Spooled on a high impact clear ABS spool for a difference you can really see! In addition, this new line of spool is compatible with the stock spool mounts on the latest versions of the Makerbot Mini, Replicator Gen 5 and the Replicator +. MiniMaker Packs are a perfect way to get a variety of color as at an affordable cost. PLA is a great choice for everyday 3D printing projects. It’s ideal filament for printers that don’t have a heated bed due since it’s not subject to warping the way ABS can. Get quality prints at an affordable cost. MiniMaker spools are great for 3D Pens too! Vacuum sealed with desiccant in a resealable bag to keep your filament dry when it’s not in use.

Product Features

  • PLA (Polylactic Acid) 3D printer filament vacuum sealed in re-sealable bag with desiccant
  • Bulk value 3 pack of 250g / 1/2 LB Spools in Red, Green & Blue, roughly 250ft of filament per spool
  • 1.75mm filament diameter +/- .05mm tolerance
  • Extrusion temperature: 190c-210c
  • Spool dimensions: 6″ diameter, 1.5″ traverse, 2″ arbor hole, 3.5″ barrel

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Toolcool 50mmx50m 50mm Wide 3D Printer Blue Tape Bed Tape Masking Tape For 3D Printer Parts

Size:50mmX50m
Color:blue
Material:masking tape.

Usage:

This produce is conform to ROHS environmental demand.
Widespread use in shoes,indoor decoration,electric machine,car,the furniture made
of iron or plastic,capacitor and electrics,precise electroplate.
Fit for connection organic silicon material.
Suitable to high temperature ,can up to high temperature 280 degree
Medium temperature can between 80 to 130 degree.

Base material:Masking paper
Thick: 0.14(mm)
Inflict temperature adhesive force N/2.5cm:10-25
Stretch forceN/2.5cm:>90<180
Elongation(%):10-20
Temperature Resistance character:80-280

Package included:
1 x masking tape

Product Features

  • Masking tape is based on the import colorful masked paper.
  • One single face made of coating rubber pressure sensitive adhesive.
  • The other face made of anti-stick material.
  • Process of high temperature resistance,chemical resistance,with good sticky power.
  • The surface is soft and will not leave residue.

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Glistco 3D Printer Blue Painters tape 6″ x 108′

Our large 6″ painters tape is a necessary addition for any 3d printer. No longer laying down piece by piece, just unroll once and you’re ready to go. Strong adhesion for your 3D prints, works best with a heated bed. Easy to unroll and work with, the perfect solution for prints that are not sticking properly.

Product Features

  • 6″ Painters Tape
  • Perfect adhesion for your 3D prints
  • Large area removing unsightly lines from your 3d print
  • Strong durable painters tape
  • Sticks extremely well to your printing bed

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Olivier van Herpt: The 3D Printed Blue and White Collection in Porcelain

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[Image: Koos Breukel]

One of the greatest things about reporting on the world of 3D printing is learning about its more unusual uses. It’s obvious that 3D printing is changing the way many larger (and smaller) companies create, prototype, and manufacture today as they embrace the benefits of greater speed in production, affordability (often producing parts at a fraction of the cost), and the ability to design and print onsite rather than going through a third party. We continually follow serious developments within the industrial world, to include automotive, medicine, medical devices, aerospace, construction, art—and so much more—but 3D design and 3D printing together allow for an infinite amount of innovation. Because of that, you never know what’s coming next!

Here’s a good example: blue and white 3D printed porcelain. Delving into the world of textiles and materials, we are able to learn more about the process Olivier van Herpt, a Dutch designer, went through in creating his 3D version of the blue and white delftware which is the Netherlands’ national product—and one with a rich history too.

Blue Delft originally came about as designers in the Netherlands wanted to make a local knockoff similar to porcelain being imported from China. Because they lacked kaolin, however, the Netherlands version came off with what may have originally been an unintended look of its own. The earthenware was exotic but still retained the oriental and decorative style.

Van Herpt began using a ceramic 3D printer as he worked to improve the creation of porcelain, eventually making 14 stackable pieces. His printer is capable of producing ceramic objects up to 90 cm high, with thin walls and a hard clay body. Van Herpt has always been on a mission to ‘push the limits of existing 3D printing technologies,’ and has created collections that are meant to soften up the hard edges of industrial design. While also enjoying working with larger pieces and alternative materials such as paraffin, clay, and more, the impactful designer enjoys bringing a human element into industry.

“The consistent flow of material is proven by the fine layers that manifest in the precision of the printing process. The unglazed surface underlines the character of the material and is shown in the structure as a result of the movement of the printer. The tiled surface indicates the digital provenance of the object applied in a precise, sinuous form,� states van Herpt in the case study regarding the project.

“The blue pattern is the translation of human interaction by the machine. Cobalt pigment is applied by hand on the clay body before being inserted in the extruder. The pattern is then reconstructed by the 3D printer, resulting in a radial gradient celebrating cooperation between man and machine.�

Find out more about the designer and his functional 3D printed ceramic objects here.

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[Source / Images: Olivier van Herpt]