RapMan Single Head 3D Printer with TurboCAD Deluxe 19

RapMan Single Head 3D Printer Kit
Bring your 3D models and CAD drawings to life with the single-head RapMan 3.1 3D printer kit. Build this machine yourself and start creating prototypes, models, RC parts, toys…the list is endless!

BFB 3D printers are based on additive layer manufacturing (ALM) methods. Using thermoplastics, a BFB 3D printer heats the material through the extruder (or print head). The extruder then pushes out a very fine plastic thread which is applied layer by layer according to x and y co-ordinates, building a solid, 3D object.

A perfect machine for students, educators and hobbyists alike
# The first cost-effective 3D printer kit on the market.
# Desktop sized with large print area (up to 270 x 205 x 210mm)
# Affordable materials for uninterrupted production.
# Reads files directly from SD card – no PC connectivity required
# No maintenance contract required

Product Features

  • RapMan Single Head 3D Printer Kit
  • A perfect machine for students, educators and hobbyists alike
  • TurboCAD Deluxe + STL Filter Included!
  • The first cost-effective 3D printer kit on the market.
  • Build this machine yourself and start creating prototypes, models, RC parts, toys…the list is endless!

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Afinia 3D Printer H-Series

* Local US product support

* FCC approved

* 3D Printer ideal for rapid prototyping

* Easy and quick out-of-box setup & use

* Only $1599!

* Available in burgundy color

* It is an improved UP! (major enhancements)

* Uses inexpensive ABS plastic

* Under 11 lbs, 245x260x350 mm footprint (10″ x 10″ x 14″)

* Printing envelope over 5″ cubed

This 3D printer is FCC approved and comes with local, US support.

Includes easy-to-use software, handling tools, and starter spool of 1.5 lbs ABS plastic filament. Perfect for rapid prototyping!

No mucking about, out of the box the H-Series printer is easy to setup (about 10 minutes), and easy to install using the included software for Mac or PC. Simply use the included utility to calibrate the printhead height, and within minutes you are printing!

The included software features an easy-to-use interface for laying out, orientating, duplicating, and scaling parts. It easily imports STL files, and the output can be customized in terms of the amount of support material and “raft” (base support) printed.

Breakaway support material is simple to remove, and tools for aiding the breakaway are included.

The Afinia H-Series can produce a part or model that is 5 inches cubed (i.e. 125 cubic inches) in volume. The output is accurate to within .2mm (8 thousandths of an inch), and has 30% of the strength of injection molded parts.

Design files can be created using online software, professional software such as SolidWorks, or by downloading from the extensive online community for free!

The H-Series can be operated in a standalone mode. Once the file is transferred to the device, the usb connection between the printer and computer can be disconnected – even during printing!

Product Features

  • Only $1599! Product ships in burgundy color
  • Easy out-of-box setup & use
  • Uses inexpensive 1.75mm ABS plastic
  • Under 11lbs, 245x260x350 mm footprint (10″ x 10″ x 14″)
  • Build envelope 5-1/2″(w) x 5-1/2″(d) x 5-1/4″(h) (140x140x135mm)

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FlashForge 3D printer, dual extruder w/2 ABS spools

Original Price is USD1299.00+shipping.
Now we offer a limit time promotion at USD1199.00 with free shipping to the U.S.

Interested buyers outside of the U.S. must contact me before making the purchase.

Manufactured and sold in China, the FlashForge Creator is a high quality, dual extruder, 3D printer that provides an affordable way to join the desktop 3D printing craze. The Creator comes fully assembled, tested and calibrated. Ships direct from the FlashForge factory. Customer support is available via the FlashForge Website.

Package Contains:

-The Creator

-Dual Extruder

-2x Spool Holders

-2 spools of ABS filament(N.W.:1 kilogram per spool.)

-2x filament guide tubes

-Feet,Bolts and Hex Wrench Kit

-Power Supply Cable

-USB cable

-1x 2G SD card

Technical specifications:

Demensions

· Overall dimensions: 320 x 467 x 381 mm

· Packing dimension: 580 x 450 x 550 mm

· Shipping Weight: 15kgs

Electronics

· FLashforge MightyBoard single-piece motherboard

· 5 axis, 1/16 micro-stepping motor control

· 4×20 LCD character display and multi-direction control pad

· Universal Power Supply: 100-240V, 50/60Hz

Software: ReplicatorG

· Compatibility: Linux, OSX, and Windows

· Print from SD card or over USB

· Input file type: STL, gcode,s3g

Printing

Build envelope: 225 x 145 x 150 mm | 8.9 x 5.7 x 5.9 in

Build volume: About 5 liters

Layer thickness: 0.1-0.3 mm

Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm

Speed: 40 mm/s

Flow Rate: Approximately 24 cc/hr

Extruder Temperature Recommended: Maximum 230 C

Heated Build Platform: 120 C Maximum

Positioning precision: 2.5 micron on Z axis

………………………: 11.micron on XY axis

Materials

· Works with ABS

· Filament diameter: 1.75 mm

Product Features

  • An equipment which can turn your 3D design to solid object
  • Low price with stable quality.
  • Bigger print volume of more than 300 cubic inches
  • Printing objects in two colors
  • Good aftersale service

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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer (Technology in Action)

Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer is your gateway into the exciting world of personal fabrication. The “printer” that you’ll build from this book is a personal fabricator capable of creating small parts and other objects from drops of molten plastic. Design a part using a modeling tool such as Google SketchUp. Then, watch while the fabricator head sweeps back and forth and upwards, depositing plastic in all the right places. You can build anything from a replacement tab to hold a bookshelf in place, to a small art project, to a bashguard for your bicycle. If you can conceive it and design it, you can build it, and you’ll have fun doing it!

Printing in Plastic is aimed at creative people comfortable using power tools such as a table saw, circular saw, and drill press. Authors James Kelly and Patrick Hood-Daniel lead you through building a personal fabrication machine based upon a set of blueprints downloaded from their website. Example projects get you started in designing and fabricating your own parts. Bring your handyman skills, and apply patience during the build process. You too can be the proud owner of a personal fabricator—a three-dimensional printer.

  • Leads you through building a personal fabrication machine capable of creating small parts and objects from plastic
  • Provides example projects to get you started on the road to designing and fabricating your own parts
  • Provides an excellent parent/child, or small group project

What you’ll learn

  • How to assemble your own 3D printer
  • The ins and outs of design software
  • How to design and produce three-dimensional parts made from plastic
  • How to replace small plastic parts in household objects
  • How to create art objects

Who this book is for

Printing in Plastic is aimed at creative people comfortable using power tools, such as a table saw, circular saw, drill press, and so forth. The book is aimed at those who want to create and fabricate tangible objects from plastic. Crafters, carpenters, electronics hobbyists, and others comfortable working with their hands will find the instructions easy to follow and the projects rewarding.

Table of Contents

  1. What to Expect
  2. Hardware and Tools
  3. Tips & Advice
  4. Cutting the Parts I
  5. Cutting the Parts II
  6. Advanced Cuts and Drilling I
  7. Advanced Cuts and Drilling II
  8. Advanced Cuts and Drilling III
  9. Advanced Cuts and Drilling IV
  10. Beginning Assembly
  11. Sub-Assembly Work
  12. Adding Structure
  13. Motors and Movement
  14. The Extruder
  15. The Filament Feeding Mechanism
  16. Mounting Electronics
  17. Final Assembly Check
  18. Software I
  19. Software II
  20. Trial Run I
  21. Trial Run II
  22. Self-Replication
  23. Troubleshooting

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