3D Printer Win-tinten Update Desktop A8 3D Printer, DIY 3D Printer Kits High Accuracy Self-Assembly DIY Personal Portability 3D-Printers 220 220 240mm Print Size (A8 Wooden-3D Printer)

Descripion :
CTC- A8-W5 Wood Upgrade Prusa I3 3D Printer
Printing specifications: Print technology: FFF / FDM
Layer resolution: 0.1-0.4MM
Positioning accuracy: 0.1-0.4MM Filament
diameter: 1.75MM Nozzle
diameter: 0.4MM (Custom options: 0.5 / 0.3 / 0.2MM)
Filament type: ABS / PLA / Flexible PLA

Operating system: OS XP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10 / Linux
3D AC printing software: Repetier-Host
Data format : STL, G-Code

Maximum temperature of the hot bed: 50-110 ? (adjustable)
Maximum extruder temperature: Recommended: 210 ?, Maximum 250 ?
Power supply: DC 12V / 20A
Input: 110V-220V
Output: DC12V / 15A
Power: 240W
Connectivity: USB, SD card (stand-alone printing support)

Hot bed material: Alloy
XYZ aluminum Rods: wear resistant, stainless steel
Step motors: 1.8 ° step angle with 1/16 micro-stepping
Physical structure: Reprap

Physical dimensions:
Item weight: 8Kg / 17.6Lbs
Package size: 51 * 31 * 21cm / 20.1 * 12.2 * 8.3in
Package weight: 9.5Kg / 20.9Lbs

Package includes:
1x 3D Printer Kit
1x filament roll (10m)
1x CD DISC (user manual, software, print test files, etc.)

Color Black
Body Material Alloy
Chassis Material stainless steel
Print Technology FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
Layer Thickness 16
Positioning Precision 0.1-0.4MM
Print Jets Single Jet
Filament Diameter 1.75mm
Speed 15mm psp
Connectivity USB, SD card (stand-alone printing support)
Interface USB
Operation System Requirements : OS XP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10 / Linux 3D AC printing software: Repetier-Host

Product Features

  • ✔ Support the diversity of material. aluminum heating plate and wide temperature allow the printer, with many materials such as ABS, PLA…. etc. to work..
  • ✔ Large Print Size: 220 * 220 * 240mm and LCD panel. MK8 nozzle, Cut quickly, high printing precision, good result and easy to load filament, poye the complex construction molding.
  • ✔ Quick installation: According to the instructions, you can assemble it quickly.
  • ✔ Your operating system for XP, for WIN7, for MacOS, for Solidworks. Printing software: Cure. SD card is supported.
  • ✔ Wide application: The equipment can be diffused in office, education digital institution, Family, hospital etc. You can create character movie, children’s toys, quick model design, parts manufacturing, medical model.

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Creality Ender 5 3D Printer with Resume Printing Function Brand Power Supply and Update with Metail Extruder Frame

Specification of Ender 5 3D Machine:
Molding Tech.: FDM
Print Size: 220×220×300mm
Print Speed: ≤180mm/s, Normal Printing Speed 40-80mm/s
Print Accuracy: ±0.1mm
Layer Thick: 0.1-0.4mm
Nozzle Temperature: ≤260℃
Hot Bed Temperature: ≤135℃
Working Modes: Online or SD offline
File Format: STL, OBJ, AMF, G-Code
Slicing Software: Cura, Repeti-Host, Simplify 3D
Power Parameter: AC 110V/220V 50-60Hz, output DC 24V 14.6A 350W
Printing Materials: 1.75mm PLA,ABS,TPU,Wood,Copper
Machine Size: 552*485*510mm
Net Weight: 11.8kg
Advanced functions of Ender5 3d printer:
Double Y-axis motors
Down-shift Z-axis
Cmagnetic build plate
Resume printing
Full metal box-like structure
Landy stable power supply
V1.1.3 mainboard
Easy assembly

Product Features

  • Dual Y-axis motor: Dual Y-axis synchronization, small moving quality, flexible and reliable.
  • Down Shift Z axis: moving more smoothly, fewer points of failure.
  • Landy stable power supply: 350W high quality, realize long time stable printing.and heat the hot bed up to 110℃ in 5 minutes.
  • Ender-5 is adapted Classic Cartesian design, new cube structure.
  • After-sales services: with 1 year warranty, if you have any question during usage, please free free to contact us!

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3D printing jobs update featuring Materialise, ESUN and Additive Industries

If you’re searching for a job in the additive manufacturing sector, have skills working with a 3D printer or looking for a technology based career then 3D Printing Industry can help.

Our latest round-up of 3D printing jobs posted includes an AM Metallurgist, a medical application engineer and a chance to gain experience in this growing industry as a digital marketing intern.

The global 3D Printing Industry Jobs service is free for both employers and employees in our industry.

AM Metallurgist, Additive Industries, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Based in the Netherlands, Additive Industries is looking an AM Metallurgist to join their team. Reporting to the Process & Application Development Manager the role involves the development of stable print process parameters for a number of materials.

Applicants with a Bachelor or Master in Material Science, Physics or Mechanical Engineering are preferred.

Apply now for a job as an AM Metallurgist, Additive Industries with Additive Industries.

Additive Industries HQ in Eindhoven. Photo by Beau JacksonAdditive Industries HQ in Eindhoven. Photo by Beau Jackson

Application Engineer Medical, Materialise, Gilching, Germany

Materialise is a leader in additive manufacturing with almost three decades experience. The company is looking for an Application Engineer specialising in the Medical sector to join their Germany based team.

Tasks will involve the design and printing of patient-specific 3D models and evaluation of customer requirements.

Visit the 3D Printing Jobs board to apply for this application engineer position.

Materialise 3D printed, patient-specific anatomical models help medical professionals plan for surgeries and more effectively communicate with patients.

Digital Marketing Intern (Paid), ESUN, Wuhan

3D printing material company ESUN is headquartered in Shenzhen and has offices in LA, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Wuhan. The Chinese company is seeking a Digital Marketing Intern to contribute ideas and compose digital content for blogs, social media, content campaigns, web content and videos.

The successful candidate will also assist with social media upkeep and content creation and analyze reports to create insights to drive digital marketing content strategies.

Apply now for this 3D printing industry job.

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Autodesk releases major update for Netfabb 3D printing software

Nov 17, 2016 | By Nick

3D printing software company Autodesk has added a raft of major updates to its recently released Netfabb 2017. The new features and updates will boost the software’s capabilities and provide a complete end-to-end solution that will help commercial customers test, prepare and 3D print new products.

Netfabb 2017, first released in September, is aimed at design professionals that want to take CAD designs and turn them into finished 3D printed products with minimal fuss and absolute precision. For those who aren’t quite at the professional level, there is also a free student edition, and even home hobbyists have found it to be a useful addition to their toolkit.

The software takes the designer through all the intricacies of 3D printing, from material selection through to the process simulation to improve design and build strategies. So it will flag up and fix common problems with 3D printing files, including STL files, and it can fix simple issues automatically in minutes.

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The new changes mark the first major update to the software. Among the upgrades are cloud-based simulation, hybrid subtractive and additive workflows, and collaborative multi-head 3D printing.

“Not only is Netfabb easy to use, it does much of the heavy lifting in preparing models for 3D printing,” said Shapeways strategic initiatives lead Dan Ko. “Netfabb streamlines the process of fixing common 3D print file problems for additive manufacturing. If we didn’t have Netfabb to automate a large portion of file preparation process, each build would be substantially more time consuming and labor intensive.”

Netfabb’s cloud-based simulation is based on the technology Autodesk acquired from Pan Computing. In the future, this will become pay-per-use technology that helps designers and engineers to optimize their designs and reduce the number of iterations it takes to produce reliable results in the final build.

The combination of subtractive and additive workflows gives users the chance to improve the surface finish with a final polish and other post-processing techniques. It can also help improve the accuracy of complex parts as even 3D printers can use a helping hand and some manufacturers prefer a combination of additive manufacturing and traditional finishing processes. The software also incorporates Autodesk’s PowerShape technology that adds extra material to the design in order to account for the subtractive processes and creates a larger near-net shape.

The hybrid subtractive and additive processes help users incorporate solid modeling tools that work with the CAM workflows. Manufacturers that use Netfabb can then keep a closer eye on the relationship between the original model and the near net shape. This should eliminate a large amount of trial and error in the research and development stage and streamline the whole design process. Netfabb has also taken a solid stride when it comes to controlling machines with multiple printer heads that work together on a single part. This is becoming increasingly common as manufacturers experiment with multiple materials.

Autodesk has worked hard on large-scale 3D printing with multiple heads under the Project Escher banner. Now it has put the lessons it learned to good use and Netfabb offers parallel 3D printing using a number of print heads, Using a variety of different nozzles, Autodesk has also found ways to offer better details in a final print, without compromising the print speed. This multiple head control element of the software is almost ahead of the curve. But Autodesk has made the hardware specs and software requirements for collaborative 3D printing open-source. So it has laid down the gauntlet to 3D printer manufacturers to catch up with its concept and produce multi-head 3D printers that are capable of working on the same product at the same time.

The commercial world is slowly waking up to 3D printing as a complete manufacturing process. Software like Netfabb will make the whole process much simpler for designers that are used to dealing with CAD, but don’t have a wealth of experience with additive manufacturing. For those that do, it is still a useful tool that can streamline the whole design process, take a lot of trial and error out of the production process and save companies time and money.

Users will be able to access this cloud-based solution free of charge, in beta form, from November 30, 2016 to January 15, 2017. It will then be made available as a paid service in another major update. 

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