6 Pack 3D Printer Accessories Include Collapsible Silicone Funnels and Stainless Steel Resin Filter Cups for Pouring Resin Back into Bottle


Features:

Quality filter:
Made of quality stainless steel, durable, designed with wide mouth to ensure a smooth and no splash operation, easy to use and clean, can effectively filter debris from failed prints, broken media and other cured pieces.

Multifunction funnel:
Made of quality silicone, soft and flexible, can not only be applied to pour resin back into a bottle, but also suitable for transferring liquid and powder, ideal for salt, pepper, herbs or spices into a shaker or jar, or transferring oil and vinegar into cruets.

Specifications:
Quantity: 6 pieces
Material: stainless steel, silicone
Color: as pictures shown

Package includes:
3 x Collapsible funnels
3 x Stainless steel filters

Notice:
The colors may exist slight difference due to different screens.

Product Features

  • Package includes: comes with 3 pieces of collapsible silicone funnels in blue, green and orange, 3 pieces of stainless steel resin filter mesh, the collapsible funnel adapts to all types of 15 mm wide neck bottles and, of course, adapts to our resin filter as well
  • Resin filter: made of quality stainless steel, durable, designed with wide mouth to ensure a smooth and no splash operation, easy to use and clean, can effectively filter debris from failed prints, broken media and other cured pieces
  • Versatile funnels: made of quality silicone, soft and flexible, can not only be applied to pour resin back into a bottle, but also suitable for transferring liquid and powder, ideal for salt, pepper, herbs or spices into a shaker or jar, or transferring oil and vinegar into cruets
  • Necessary collocation: the stainless steel resin filter can be operated with the silicon funnel for a nice using effect, otherwise, the fragments that fail to print, broken supports and other solidified debris can contaminate your bottle
  • Easy to clean and store: both funnels and filters are light in weight and compact in size, easy to use and clean, the collapsible design allow you to hang them on the wall or put away in a drawer, occupy less space after folding

Detailed Information available on our Homepage…

Aibecy 3D Printer Accessories Parts Collapsible Funnel Silicone Foldable Funnels Stainless Steel Resin Filter for Pouring Resin Back Into Bottle for ANYCUBIC Photon Sparkmaker Kelant Orbeat D100

Features:
Silicone funnel is used to pour resin back into a bottle, fit all kind of bottle ( the max width of the bottle neck is 15mm).
Funnel adopts high quality silicone as raw material, soft and pliable, healthy and eco-friendly; Collapsible design, compact and convenient.
Filter is made of stainless steel, easy to use and clean, ffectively filter impurities while pouring resin back into the bottle.
For better using effect, use the stainless steel filter matching with foldable funnel.
100% brand new and high quality; useful accessory for 3D printing.

Specifications:
Funnel —
Material: silicone
Color: random
Width Top: 75mm
Width Bottom: 15mm
Height: 100mm
Type: Foldable

Filter —
Material: stainless steel
Top Diameter: 60mm
Bottom Diameter: >27mm and <60mm
Height: 34mm

Package Size: 15 * 10 * 4cm / 5.9 * 3.94 * 1.57in
Package Weight: 40g / 1.41oz

Note:
After use rinse the filter in IPA to clean it.

Package List:
1 * filter
1 * silicone funnel (random color)

Product Features

  • Silicone funnel is used to pour resin back into a bottle, fit all kind of bottle ( the max width of the bottle neck is 15mm).
  • Funnel adopts high quality silicone as raw material, soft and pliable, healthy and eco-friendly; Collapsible design, compact and convenient.
  • Filter is made of stainless steel, easy to use and clean, ffectively filter impurities while pouring resin back into the bottle.
  • For better using effect, use the stainless steel filter matching with foldable funnel.
  • 100% brand new and high quality; useful accessory for 3D printing.

Detailed Information available on our Homepage…

3D-Fuel Turns Trash into Treasure with New Landfillament 3D Printing Filament

3d-fuel-logo-367x88_2We’ve covered many companies that have used their creativity and conscience to reduce not only the waste generated by 3D printing, but plastic waste overall. More and more companies are emerging with new methods for transforming plastic waste into 3D printer filament, and I couldn’t be happier about it. One of the original, and still one of the most creative, eco-friendly material manufacturing companies is 3DomFuel (more commonly called 3D-Fuel), which earlier this year merged into a conglomerate of the original 3D-Fuel and the former 3Dom.

11-16-16-landfillament-175-23D-Fuel’s materials go beyond reusing plastic. Their filaments are created from all kinds of waste products, such as the byproducts created from the production of coffee and beer. Their latest material offering is, well, garbage. I’m not talking about quality – 3D-Fuel has earned a reputation for delivering good, quality filaments. No, the newly released Landfillament is, quite literally, made from garbage – of all sorts.

Landfillament is created from municipal solid waste (MSW), the general name for all the stuff we chuck into our garbage bins every day. Once the metal has been removed from the garbage onsite, the rest is put through a process called pyrolysis, in which organic material is exposed to a high temperature to accelerate its decomposition. The result of the process is a carbon-rich material known as char, which 3D-Fuel then uses to produce a plastic composite filament.

Landfillament, like 3D-Fuel’s other biocomposite filaments, was created in collaboration with fellow Fargo company c2renew, which specializes in the development of biocomposite materials for engineering and other applications.

“We love that all our c2composites have a great story behind them. Lots of other creators value the story behind their materials. Like a carpenter using old barnwood or a sculptor using clay from their favorite beach. Why can’t 3D printing have that?” says Jake Clark, COO of 3DomFuel North America.

The gas byproducts produced by the pyrolysis are also captured and used for other purposes, so it really is a zero-waste process. According to 3D-Fuel, using one spool of Landfillament sequesters the amount of carbon dioxide produced by a car driving 1.1 miles.

trash-with-spool

The material, which is a rich black color, is much more attractive than garbage has a right to be. It’s sold in 500-gram spools of either 1.75 or 2.85 mm diameter for $39.99, and it prints like PLA, although 3D-Fuel recommends printing at a temperature about 10 degrees cooler than you would print regular PLA. And true to form, 3D-Fuel, which has proudly printed a coffee cup from their coffee filament and a beer mug from their beer filament, has a suggestion for your first print – a garbage can made from garbage filament! You can download the file for a mini desktop trash can here.

3D-Fuel states that they will be releasing many more bio-based filaments soon – they’re just getting started. Landfillament can be printed on any printer that accepts PLA materials – it’s a safe, non-corrosive filament that won’t trash your printer (not sorry), so go ahead, pick up a spool and start turning trash into treasure.

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Multiply Labs Puts All Your Supplements into One 3D Printed Pill

Multiply Labs makes pills that can be customized to release supplements at different times throughout the day. For instance, you could take a single pill in the morning with vitamin C and vitamin D3 released immediately and caffeine released later for a midday energy boost. We sat down with the entire Multiply Labs team to talk about this new technology.

What YC Likes About Multiply Labs:

“The demand for personalized supplement pills is something that’s been around for quite a while. I think what Multiply Labs is doing is particularly interesting because they are using new technology to serve an old demand.”

-Qasar Younis, Partner & COO at Y Combinator

YC : How did you come up with the idea for a customizable pill?

Alice: For my PhD, I used injection molding to produce pills that can control the release of drug contents. Injection molding could be used for mass production of pills, but it seemed like a good idea to develop a completely new 3D printing production system to be able to personalize pills. I didn’t know much about 3D printing so I reached out to Fred, who was getting his PhD in robotics.

In the next two and a half years, we filed a patent and validated our technology with international papers and awards. Once the science was proven, we decided to commercialize it. This was when we reached out to our friends in business school, Joe and Tiffany.

YC : Can you explain how it works?

Alice: Multiple supplements are placed into a capsule shell made of different pharmaceutical polymers. The shell has different compartments of varying thickness, which allows different supplements to be released at certain times rather than all at once.

YC : This technology is amazing but what’s wrong with how supplements are taken today?

Joe: There are two problems that we’re solving with this pill. The first is around discovery. People spend a lot of time doing research online, trying to figure out what kind of supplements they need to take. Even after all that research, many people still end up taking multivitamins because they’re the safest bet. But these multivitamins are built for the average person so it doesn’t necessarily address your specific health needs.

When you log onto our site you answer some questions around what you’re trying to optimize for. The supplements for general health, energy, or enhancing exercise are all different so we take the guesswork out of it for you. We provide information from studies on each supplement that you can add into the pill so you know exactly what each one does. This ties into the second part: customization. Most pills give you a wide combination of vitamins and supplements but you might not need all of them. With our platform, you can create your own pill with only what you need.

Fred: We deliver two week supplies so you’re able to test the pill you created and adjust accordingly. You no longer have to commit to a huge purchase and you get to control the exact amount that goes into your body.

YC : What kind of feedback have you gotten from people who’ve tried this?

Joe: Earlier this summer we ran an Alpha test with some volunteers and they loved it. It validated a lot of our assumptions around how to provide a great user experience. It’s also interesting to see how people mix and match their supplements. We’ve seen people mix in caffeine with their supplements so they’ll have an energy boost later in the day without another cup of coffee.

YC : Have you run into any FDA regulations?

Tiffany: Because we are a supplement company so we don’t have to go through clinical trials to test our product. On the manufacturing side, we want to maintain a high quality product. So, we’re working with GMP consultants to ensure that we have the facilities and processes that follow the GMP guidelines for dietary supplements. But, the FDA does not need to give us approval prior to shipping product.

YC : Do you plan on moving beyond supplements and energy boosters?

Fred: There are a lot of potential uses cases for this kind of technology past supplements. The first place we see it being applied is with medication. Many elderly people have to take multiple pills at varying times throughout the day. It’s not always easy to remember and keep track of what you take but it’d be great if you could just take one and be done with it. Also, there are also opportunities to use this on something called orphan diseases, which are diseases that only affect a small portion of the population. We could potentially print pills for orphan disease because, unlike pharmaceutical companies, we don’t have to mass manufacture pills.

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