ZR-Printing A8-W5 3d Printer DIY Wood Frame High Precision LCD Screen Desktop 3d Printer Kit With 1.75mm ABS/PLA Filament, Construction Measurement 220 ×220×240 mm

ZR-Printing 3d printer A8-W5 DIY 3d printer desk kit 3d printer of model making, practical skill, easy editing. High-precision printing configuration, provides a perfect presentation for your jobs in 3d technical parameters

Configurations:
Frame Material Wood + Lead Screw / Wooden + Lead Screw

Print specifications:
Precision of the position of the X axis is: 0.05 mm
Accuracy of the Z axis position: 0.015 meters
Printing speed: 10 – 120 mm / s
Thickness of the layer: 0.1 – 0.4 mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
XY Axis Positioning Accuracy:0.012mm
Z Axis Positioning Accuracy:0.004mm
Silk Road: ABS / PLA

Software:
Operating System:OS XP,Vista,Win7,Win8,Win10,Linux,M AC
Software: cure
File format: STL, G-code, OBJ

working emperature:
the maximum temperature of the heated bed:About 110 °C
Extruder temperature: about 260 ° C

Electric:
Power supply: Input: 115 V / 1.5 A 230 V / 0.75 A
Output: DC12 V / 15 A
Connection: USB, SD (Offline Support Print)

Dimensions:
Construction dimensions: 220 * 220 * 240 mm
Dimensions of the machine: 500 * 400 * 450 mm
Weight of the machine: 7.5 kg
Package dimensions: 510 * 320 * 225 mm
Gross weight: 9.2 kg

Packing list:
1. All mounting accessories
2. All the tools to be assembled
3.1x CD DISK(User manual ,software,printing test files and so on are all in it)
Tips:
This is the video of the printer installation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RTm5zLa0ZY&feature=youtu.be.

Product Features

  • ❉ZR-Printing 3D printer ,100mm/s high-speed moving shaft speed, precise 0.4mm nozzle diameter, excellent power supply system, used in conjunction with PLA, low power consumption, environmentally friendly and advanced.
  • ❉Self Assembly exercise hands-on ability.Featuring a small footprint , this 3D printer is compact perfect for household and office.
  • ❉High-speed 120mm/s moving shaft speed, precise 0.4mm nozzle diameter, excellent power supply system, used in conjunction with ABS/PLA, low power consumption, environmentally friendly and advanced.create a perfect 3D works.
  • ❉Supporting Operating System: Windows (linux、mac),software: Cura,support file format:STL、G-Code、OBJ.
  • ❉The ZR-Printing 3D printer is well renowned brand with after-sale warranty ,the easiest printer to install and use ,perfect for used in offices, educational institutions, families, hospitals, etc.

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3D Materials and Construction Possibilities (Project Learning With 3D Printing)

Most students will work with a plastic when making things with a 3D printer, but that is only scratching the surface of materials that can be used in these machines. This book takes a look at the different materials that can be used by 3D printers, what those materials can make, and the advantages and disadvantages for each.

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XtreeE and VINCI Construction Partner to Advance 3D Printing in the Construction Industry

vinviFrench construction firm VINCI Construction has a portfolio of projects that are striking, sturdy and sustainable, ranging from climate-controlled stadiums to bridges designed to withstand cyclones and floods. The company is not lacking in advanced technology, but they’re about to get even more advanced thanks to a new partnership with fellow French company XtreeE. The young startup specializes in large-scale 3D printing, and was formed by a group of digital technology enthusiasts whose goal is to accelerate the technological reinvention of the construction industry.

XtreeE is currently working with Dassault Systémes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Lab, which you’ve likely been hearing a lot about over the past week as SOLIDWORKS World 2017 went on. XtreeE has already completed some pretty impressive 3D printed concrete projects, but by working with the 3DEXPERIENCE Lab, they’re gaining access to a tremendous amount of resources including cloud-based design, simulation and manufacturing solutions as well as the mentoring of Dassault Systémes’ experts.

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XtreeE’s 3D printed demonstrator pavilion

When we talked with Frédéric Vacher, Head of the 3DEXPERIENCE Lab, at the conference this week, he told us a bit about what XtreeE has been doing with 3DEXPERIENCE – and it’s encouraging. Apart from working with major corporations like ABB on large-scale 3D printed construction projects, XtreeE has a vision for using 3D printing and 3DEXPERIENCE software to design structures that will better the world – a vision that Dassault Systémes shares.

“These labs are changing things already,” Vacher told us. “3D printed structures could be used in Africa and other areas as a solution…We innovate now as we were not before. The value is working together, we can do it better.”

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The XtreeE team

That’s clearly a mindset shared by XtreeE and VINCI Construction, which both stand to benefit significantly from the new partnership. XtreeE will be able to grow and expand more quickly, while VINCI Construction will gain access to XtreeE’s expertise in 3D printing, giving them an edge in the race to lead the construction industry in advanced technology.

“3D printing offers revolutionary potential for the construction sector and VINCI Construction plans to be in the vanguard of the move to introduce it,” said Jérôme Stubler, Chairman of VINCI Construction. “Following the recent creation of a joint venture with the SunPartner company aimed at developing the solar technologies of the future, this partnership with XtreeE is a further illustration of the drive to innovate in construction.”

In addition to collaborating with XtreeE to explore and develop 3D printing solutions for the construction industry, VINCI Construction has also acquired a stake in the company.

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VINCI Construction’s bridge over the Saint Etienne River

“This agreement is a new step forward in the expansion of our company,” said Phillipe Morel, Chairman of XtreeE. “We strongly believe that our 3D printing technology will be a central part of the next wave of groundbreaking developments in construction. The partnership with VINCI Construction, a world leader in the sector, will enable us to develop new solutions around the world.”

Based on what XtreeE and VINCI Construction have done already as individual companies, we can’t wait to see what they’ll create together – especially with the help of the 3DEXPERIENCE Lab.

Here’s a quick look at XtreeE’s technology:

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3D Printhuset launch Scandinavia's first 3D construction printing conference

Scandinavia’s leading supplier of 3D technology, 3D Printhuset is organising the Northern European region’s first 3D construction printing conference.

The conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 28th and feature five 3D construction printing experts sharing their experiences and knowledge. 3D Printhuset has coordinated the show with the assistance of sister company, Larsen & Partners A/S, an international construction consultancy firm. Experts from D-Shape (Italy); Cyber Construction and Eindhoven Technical Universities (both The Netherlands); Lund (Sweden); and Ecole Centrale de Lille (France) will take to the stage to offer insights into 3D technology and construction to an audience made up of Scandinavia building sector players.

The conference will focus on a potential disruption in the industry from a more prevalent application of 3D technology, which allows greater freedom in designs, saves time and can be more eco-friendly. Enrico Dini, the representative of D-Shape taking to the stage next month, has been a champion of 3D printing in construction for over ten years. He has become famous in the field as ‘the man who prints houses’.

“Already when I was in my 40s, I understood that 3D printing could be the way to affordably achieve beauty in architecture and construction, and since then I devoted my life to make it happen,” said Dini. “Within the next decades I imagine that our future urban landscape will be enriched by architectural, algorithmic and topology optimised buildings, perfectly harmonised with the environment due to 3D-printed constructions.”

The potential of 3D technology being fully utilised in the construction sector, has the field experiencing a buzz of vibrancy. Not least because of the greater freedom 3D design technology allows architects, but also because of the reduction in costs and materials that will typically be seen.

“In the building industry we are very focused on how we can increase productivity and reduce the amount of materials used,” said Hans Blinkilde, Business Development Manager at NCC Construction, one of the largest contractors in Scandinavia. “Therefore, there are many good reasons to investigate the possibilities of more automated and less materials consuming technologies. 3D construction printing is one of such technologies that we are following at close hand, and in which we see a large potential.”

In addition to the five European experts offering their visions on 3D construction printing, 3D Printhuset and Larsen & Partners will provide an overview of their 2016, which saw their involvement in over 30 construction printing projects. The Conference will take place on February 28th at the Danish Technological Institute in Copenhagen.