FYSETC 3D Printer Parts, Multi-Purpose Synthetic Lube Grease Industrial Lubricants for T8 Screw Optical Axis, CNC Machine Guide Rail, Other Transmission Systems, 3Pcs

FYSETC is a professional supplier of 3D Printers related accessories products. Include Popular Printer CR-10, Ender 3, Prusa i3, Makerbot, Anet A8, Duplicator i3, Tevo Tarantula, Maker Select V2 etc.

It has a professional R&D team and high quality after-sales service to ensure that you can purchase at a reliable price. If you need more, please feel free to email or QA us, we and our engineers are very happy to assist you.

Package includes:
3 x 3D Printer Lube

Product Features

  • 3D Printer DIY Must Accessories, will not run, drip, melt or separate.
  • Premium Lube: This product is made of lithium soap thickened refined base oil, and added anti-oxidation, anti-rust and other additives.
  • Net Volume: 10g/ 0.3oz/ 0.02lb.
  • Applicable temperature: -20 ° C ~ 120 ° C/ -68℉~248℉
  • After Sales Guarantee: each one desfective item can have the free replacement or refund, if you meet any issues, please feel free to email or Q&A us, we will try our best to assist you.

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Maintenance Lube for 3D Printer and CNC Machine Fully Synthetic Oil w/ PTFE Reduces wear, friction and noise Lube3D

Lube 3D is the first and so far only Maintenance Oil specifically for 3D Printers and other CNC machines. This offer includes a 1 Oz bottle of Lube 3D with a locking safety cap and has a small droplet applicator built in. The content of this bottle will last you more than one year even if you apply Lube 3D every week! This Oil is fully synthetic and uses PTFE (Teflon (R)) particles for best lubrication properties for metal on metal friction. This helps in reducing noise and wear on linear bearings, lead screws, and any other metal-to-metal and metal-to-plastic friction application. It is advised to clean the guide rods and lead screws of your 3D printer and other CNC equipment every 7-14 days of active use, but at least once a month! Application Procedure: Clean up: If you see dust and debris sticking to you guide rods, use a soft cloth or a paper towel to remove dirt gently. 1. Apply a few drops of Lube 3D on both sides of the linear bearing and male and female parts of your lead screw assembly. 2. Be careful to apply a small amount of Lube 3D, don’t let it drip into your machine. 3. Move the bearing or lead screw slowly over the freshly applied lubricant. Ideally, the lubrication film is so thin that you can only barely see it. 4. Remove any oil drips 5. Repeat every 7-14 days or when necessary

Product Features

  • First Lubricant Specifically for 3D Printers and CNC Machines
  • Fully Synthetic High Viscosity Oil with Suspended PTFE Particles
  • Non-Toxic, Non-Corrosive, Waterproof, Food-Grade
  • Easy Application with Built-in Droplet Applicator in Bottle
  • Safety Cap to Reduce Risk of Accidental Opening and Tampering

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myLife Ebony Black – Chrocodile Design – Textured Koskin Faux Leather (Card and ID Holder + Magnetic Detachable Closing) Slim Wallet for iPhone 5/5S (5G) 5th Generation iTouch Smartphone by Apple (External Rugged Synthetic Leather With Magnetic Clip + Internal Secure Snap In Hard Rubberized Bumper Holder)

This cool wallet for the iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone will come in Clock Tower Shipping Authorized packaging and is guaranteed to protect your iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone from scratches, falls, damage, and minor splashes of water and dust. It is made of high quality material and will last the life of your iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone. Stylize you iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone with this durable commuter case that is easily compared to original iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone cases from Apple! This is the only commuter full body shield case with for the iPhone 5 and 5S Touch Phone in the quality with a lifetime warranty available on Amazon at this price! The case allows easy access to all ports, buttons, and controls without having to remove the case.

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  • COLOR: This wallet comes in a deep high quality color that will last the life of your iPhone 5 and 5S smartphone because the color is fused with the material itself. This guarantees that fading does not occur.
  • IMPORTANT FEATURES AND DESIGN: This wallet has a magnetic clasp. This wallet comes with a durable easy grip faux leather that prevents your iPhone 5 and 5s phone from slipping out of your hands yet will not latch onto the material of your pocket. This means you can slide the wallet in and out of your pocket with ease and keep your phone from slipping out of your hands. Keep your iPhone 5 and 5S usable and protected in style with this duo-shield hybrid Case Constructed from smooth, treated silicone that resists dirt and stains.
  • MATERIALS AND DESIGN: This wallet is made of durable yet flexible synthetic leather and comes with a hard plastic interior snap in piece that keeps the iPhone 4 in place while inside. The unique combination of hard plastic and soft yet durable synthetic leather material gives this case an unmatched look. This high quality faux leather wallet for the iPhone 5 and 5s is durable. Also note that no parts of this are made of toxic or hazardous materials. Our manufacturers are all subject to strict standards enforced by our business and their local governments.
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  • COMPATIBILITY: It is important to note that the iPhone 5S smartphone by Apple is for sale from the following carriers; T-Mobile US, AT&T Mobility, and other GSM carriers in North America, Verizon Wireless, Sprint Corporation, other CDMA carriers, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, U.S. Cellular, Cricket, China Mobile and more. This case is compatible with each of the models of of iPhone 5 and 5s; These six iPhone 5S models, A1533, A1457, A1453, A1518, A1528, A1530, and these two iPhone 5 models, A1428 and A1429 – offered by all carriers mentioned. This case is also compatible with each color of the iPhone 5 and 5S phone on the market today and any other colors that come in to the marketplace in the future. Will NOT fit the iPhone 5C or up and coming iPhone 6 or and other iPhone model accept the iPhone 5 and 5S!

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US Army to 3D Print Synthetic Human Skulls in Order to Create Better Protective Gear For Soldiers

armyskulls3Boooooom! A bomb goes off on the battlefield, and it is instantly proceeded by the unfortunate casualties of war. Limbs are lost, and soldiers are killed, yet not all of the injuries are an effect of bomb fragmentation. Many injuries to solders in the vicinity of an explosion are caused by the substantial and rapid air pressure change that results from a blast of a high-order explosive, such as C4 or TNT.  These shock waves, have the ability to penetrate a soldiers helmet and cause significant brain damage or even death.

Because of this significant risk posed to soldiers, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is creating 3D printed models of the human skull, in order to study the effects of these powerful shock waves on the inside and outside of the skull, as well as on the skull itself. In doing this, they hope to be able to create enhanced military helmet pads, shells and other protective gear.

It’s not new for the U.S. Army to use synthetic human bones for the study of wartime occurrence on the human body, however, traditional synthetic bone is not always an accurate means of measuring the effects of a potential incident. They are mostly designed for use by doctors when practicing surgical procedures, thus they are not exactly the best specimen to test the effects of a massive bomb blast on.

Another method of study, in the past, as well as the present, has been the use of donor skulls, from individuals who have passed away and donated their bodies to science. However, this also has some problems.

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“The mechanical properties of the human skull change with age and depend on the health of the individual. Donor skulls that may be available for testing would typically come from older people, and the properties of those skulls can be highly variable and may not have the same response as the average skull of the Army soldier population,” explained Dr. Thomas Plaisted, materials engineer in the Materials and Manufacturing Science Division at the Army Research Laboratory (ARL).

So the Army has turned to 3D printed cranial bones, which look and behave like the skulls of 20-30 year old soldiers. The bones are 3D printed using the Army’s own synthetic bone capturing material. They are created with a specialized material that is made with the specific goal of allowing a consistent response to stimuli (in this case, explosions). To create the replicas, researchers take a CT scan of a real human skull, and then 3D print them using composite materials. All of the details need to be kept consistent, such as density of different parts of the skull. Once complete, they will use the models to test new helmet padding materials on them, under simulated bomb blast scenarios.

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“The goal is to determine how the pads and helmet shell materials protect the head from injury,” Plaisted said. “We are developing new helmet padding materials to improve the impact protection afforded by the Army’s helmets. The helmet can withstand impact at a certain velocity while protecting the head from accelerations that would lead to injury. In the extreme case, excessive acceleration may lead to skull fracture.”

Earlier in the year the the ARL team tested their first 3D printed synthetic bone against that actual bone.  The test included hitting the synthetic bone at a high velocity, and comparing it to the fracture patterns of an actual bone.  They determined that the synthetic printed bone was a ‘close match’.  Plaisted also stated, that next the ARL will try and determine the limits of resolution that they can achieve with 3D printing. The 3D printing of these synthetic skulls is expected to commence sometime this fall.

This is just another one of the many uses of 3D printing that the U.S. Army is either already using, or is investigating potential uses for. The technology seems to have a very important future for the U.S. military.

What do you think? Will the 3D printing of skulls be able to provide researchers with a better understanding of the effects caused by explosions during combat? Discuss in the 3D Printed Cranial Bones forum thread on 3DPB.com. More details on this story can be found in the video below.

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[Source: army.mil]