3D Pen with PLA Filament Refills – Dikale 07A【Newest Version】3D Doodler Drawing Printing Printer Pen Bonus 12 Colors 120 Feet PLA 250 Stencil eBook for Kids Adults Arts Crafts Model DIY, Non-Clogging


Product Model: DKL-07A

Brand Name: dikale

Suitable Filament: PLA/ABS φ1.75mm

Voltage: DC5V-2A

Power: 10W

Operating Temperature: 185℃-210℃

Operation Guide

Connecting the power supply, the power indicator turns to be yellow, LCD shows “PLA”(click “M” button to select “ABS” if you need). Click “◀” to confirm the filament mode you need.

Then LCD shows “5-3″(click “M” button to select other speed if you need) and the function indicator turns to be red(means start heating).

Wait until the function indicator turns to be green(means finish heating).

Then click “◀” button and put the filament to the filament input hole, start loading. After the filament come out of the pen nib, you can draw your dream now.

When finish drawing, long press “U” button to unload the filament.

Keep both end of the filament be even before loading or after unloading so as not to cause stuck. 

Safety Warnings

1. DO NOT touch the extruding nib (nozzle) during use.
2. PLEASE unload the filament after use and turn off the power.
3. DO NOT touch the nozzle before the 3D printing pen has time to cool.

To Prevent Clogging:

1. Keep both end of the filament be even before loading or after unloading so as not to cause stuck.
2. If filament wasn’t removed after previous use, re-heat the pen then press the feed button. Do not press the ‘back’ button.

Product Features

  • ✔️【Perfect Gift for Kids & Adults】3D Printing Pen is a perfect gift for kids that helps children to improve spatial thinking, cultivate creation and artistic skills. It’s also a great way for parents and children to spend quality time together
  • ✔️【Easy to Use & Safe for Kids】Simply plug-in, heat up and extrude! Great for beginners and experienced artists/ 3D printing enthusiasts! Auto Shut-off & Auto Sleep Function, safe for kids
  • ✔️【Bonus 120 Feet PLA Filament Pack & 250 Stencils eBooks】This 3D Pen is compatible with both PLA and ABS. We bonus 1.75mm PLA filament Pack of 12 Different Colors, total 120 Feet. Compared to ABS, the PLA Filament is more eco-friendly and safer. e-Books website: http://www.dikale.com/file-download
  • ✔️【One Button Control & Adjustable Temperature / Speed】Different from other 3D pens on the market, Dikale 3D pen don’t need long press button, but press button once to make the creation easily and relax children’s finger. 3 printing temperature and speed modes adjustable. Advanced LCD screen clearly display the corresponding speed
  • ✔️【100% Satisfaction Guarantee】Please feel free to contact us at us.service@dikale.com whenever you need help. We guarantee 30 days returned and money back, 1 year warranty, lifetime service

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Political Talk on Display at Maker Faire

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Political Talk on Display at Maker Faire

By James Lomuscio

From leather crafts to electric vehicles, from 3D printing to a hamster train and from robots to soft weaponry Medieval battles, creative minds were on full display at today’s seventh annual Maker Faire with venues throughout town.

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Not all candidates showed up. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Carolanne Curry via Facebook

Founded by Westporter Mark Mathias, this year’s event under crisp blue skies broke out from its usual place at the Westport Library and Jesup Green to include the entire Baldwin parking lot, Veterans Green, the Westport Historical Society and even Town Hall.

The League of Women Voters of Westport (LWVW)-sponsored event at Town Hall was perhaps the most challenging and urgent in terms of innovation and creativity -– how to fix the State of Connecticut.

On the auditorium’s stage, each one of dozen gubernatorial candidates, Democrats, Republicans, independents, unaffiliated and a Libertarian, offered his or her solutions for a state nearly all said was in crisis mode. 

The malaise each promised to fix included: out-of-control; taxes; failing transportation infrastructure; irresponsible state spending; having the nation’s third highest electricity costs after Alaska and Hawaii; and a worrisome exodus of businesses and residents hurting real estate values.

“I think this bridges both,” First Selectman Jim Marpe said about having gubernatorial hopefuls included in the Maker Faire, which ran from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the LWVW event from 12:30 to 2 p.m.

“This is a weekend in Westport that celebrates innovation, and the League of Women Voters has been innovative in bringing together virtually all of the gubernatorial candidates, which gives Westport an opportunity to hear their platforms and points of view regardless of their political affiliation.”

LVWW President Sheila Ward had 21 candidates lined up and in the program, but only 12 showed. Among the no shows was Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim, a Democrat, whose name was the most recognizable of the candidates.

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, a Republican, and Westporter Steve Obsitnik, were not on the list of those scheduled to appear.

Among those on stage were: Democrat Sean Connolly, former commissioner of the state’s Department of Veterans Affairs; Mark Stewart Greenstein, a Democrat who called himself “a voice for independent voters;” Oz Griebel, an unaffiliated candidate, who said he needs 2,500 more signatures to get on the ballot, and Rod Hanscomb, a Libertarian who wants to get rid of the state income tax to woo businesses to the state.

The lineup also included: Jonathan Harris, a Democrat, who told the audience, “the sky is not falling” in Connecticut; Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst, who boasted balancing eight budgets in his town; Westporter Marisa Manley, a lawyer who owns a commercial real estate company; Scott Merrell, a Republican who said the AFL-CIO controls all the unions in the state, which are corrupt; David Walker, a Republican who served as a CEO for five companies and vowed to “fight corruption in this state;” Lee Whitnum, a former Army field artillery officer who said she is bent on “cleaning up the judiciary in this state;” Jacey Whyatt, a Democrat who said she was the state’s first transgender woman running for governor; and Republican Eric Mastroianni, who showed up nearly an hour late and touted his military background.

Ward asked each one a different question that included: how to address income inequality in the state; whether the state should adopt a Net Zero by 2050 policy as Westport has; how to bring energy costs down; how, in keeping with the Maker Faire theme, to bring more innovation to the state; how to fix pension liabilities; how to bring about state education reform; their thoughts on national state reciprocity on concealed carry guns; and school safety.

In response to a question on Net Zero, Greenstein said he was a free market fan.

“I’m very skeptical of what government does,” he said. “Economics and free markets do a better job of getting us clean air.”

Regarding ways to bring more innovation to the state, Hanscomb pointed to the state of Washington, an innovation hub.

“Zero income tax,” he said. “We need to lower the income tax and let businesses run themselves.”

In response to a question on ways to improve the state’s transportation infrastructure, Harris said the answer was better public-private partnerships and reducing permitting times.

Wyatt said improved school safety could be achieved via inconspicuous barriers and bullet-proof glass that did not make students feel they were in an armed camp.

When the question of the state going Net Zero came around to Manley during the second round, she said it was not a priority.

“Net Zero is not something the state should focus on,” she said. “What’s going to bring people back to Connecticut is knowing that they can afford to live here.”


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WINSINN 3D Printer J-head V6 Hotend Extruder Kit – High Speed Volcano Upgrade + Sensor Copper heater block 0.4mm Copper & Stainless steel Nozzle For PT100 1.75mm Filament

►This is The latest V6 kit, replacement parts is very easy, so you can easily upgrade your printer. High-quality stainless steel nozzle + copper heating block + TC4 titanium alloy, you can ultra-high temperature printing. Let’s try it :)))




►TC4 titanium alloy: TC4 titanium alloy material composition is Ti-6Al-4V, (a + b) type titanium alloy, It has good mechanical properties, specific strength. TC4 strength sb = 1,012MPa, density g = 4.4 x 103, specific strength sb / g = 23.5, while the specific strength of alloy steel sb / g is less than 18. Titanium alloy has low thermal conductivity. Titanium alloy thermal conductivity 1/5 of steel , 1/13 of aluminum, 1/25 of copper , TC4 thermal conductivity l = 7.955W / m.K. The above data is only for reference.




►Sensor heater block is the 2016 new V6 heater block, it compatible with PT100 sensor, size 23*16*12mm

►Copper heater block is The latest heating block, suitable for ultra-high temperature printing, size 22*16*11.5mm




Package include:
►1 x High quality copper + stainless steel 1.75mm-0.4mm nozzle
►1 x High quality copper + stainless steel 1.75mm-0.4mm Volcano Sharp nozzle
►1 x High quality Standard V6 + Volcano +Copper heater block
►1 x TC4 titanium alloy + 4.1mm Bore Heat Break
►1 x V6 Aluminum alloy Radiator + PC4-01 Pneumatic fittings
►1 x Heatsink Shroud + High Speed 3010 Fan 12V 0.1A 9000±RPM
►1 x 12V 40W 1m Heater Cartridge Cable + NTC 100K 3950B Temperature sensor
►2 x Allen wrench + 4 x Fan fixing screw

Product Features

  • Emergency Notice: Recently some customer feedback that V6 heat sink had the thread error, the heat sink in the kit is M6 thread, it can not be used. We are very sorry about this problem. This is our mistake. We apologize to all customers. If you have received a problem product, don’t worry. Contact us immediately, keep your product, we will re-send to you immediately for free. Thank you!
  • TC4 Titanium alloy Heatbreak – Ultra-low thermal conductivity, Make sure the printer stable operation.
  • 3 Models of heater blocks, upgrade your printer, experience the latest high-temperature printer technology.
  • High quality International copper nozzle + stainless steel nozzle (1.75mm-0.4mm)
  • Suitable use for Remote and 1.75mm Filament. With Heatsink Shroud + High Speed 3010 Fan, the fan 0.1A 9000+-10%RPM

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Hot End for 3D Printer Assembled Extruder DIY Hotend 1.75mm Filament 0.4mm Nozzle 12V 40W Heater Including 10PCS Extra Nozzles and Tubes(30mm Length)

MK8 Extruder Hot End kit, white wire was temperature thermistor, red wire was heating tube 12V/40W
Material: Aluminum and Stainless Steel and Brass
Extra Nozzles: 7*0.4mm, 1*0.2mm, 1*0.3mm, 1*0.5mm
Extra Tube: 10x 30mm Length Extruder 1.75mm Tube Compatible with 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer.

Product Features

  • Offers you an easy way to upgrade your hotend with plenty of MK8 brass extruder nozzles for 1.75mm Filament, including 0.4mm(7pcs), 0.2mm(1pc), 0.3mm(1pc) and 0.5mm(1pc).
  • 12V/40W high temperature resistance heater catridge(wire length 1M/39.4inches), operating temperature range:0~+280°C (0~+538°F)
  • Aluminium heater block 20*20*10mm, comes with a necessary screw. Working perfectly with everyday filaments like PLA and ABS. Note: heat block inner hole for set screw: M6 and M3.
  • 30mm Length Extruder 1.75mm Tube, made from Aluminum. Compatible with 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer. Reduces extrusion force and improve reliability of retractions thanks to the improved internal surface finish.
  • You can repair your extruder with this kit instead of replacing a new one when your extruder suffers a clog that can’t be fixed. A great replacement hot end for MK8, i3, E3D, Anet A8, Alunar M508, CR7, V2 etc.

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Printing Architecture: Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing

Although 3D printing promises a revolution in many industries, primarily industrial manufacturing, nowhere are the possibilities greater than in the field of product design and modular architecture. Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, of the cutting-edge San Francisco–based design firm Emerging Objects, have developed remarkable techniques for “printing” from a wide variety of powders, including sawdust, clay, cement, rubber, concrete, salt, and even coffee grounds, opening an entire realm of material, phenomenological, and ecological possibilities to designers. In addition to case studies and illustrations of their own work, Rael and San Fratello offer guidance for sourcing alternative materials, specific recipes for mixing compounds, and step-by-step instructions for conducting bench tests and setting parameters for material testing, to help readers to understand the process of developing powder-based materials and their unique qualities.

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