Anshinto Print Filament ABS Modeling Stereoscopic for 3D Drawing Printer Pen 10 × 1.75mm

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Product Features

  • Material: ABS
  • Diameter 1.75mm
  • Quantity: 10 m / bag * 10 bags
  • Color: 20 colors (Randomly delivery)
  • The filament is for 3D printing pen used to melt plastic at a high temperature; Used to draw 3D objects from the paper to real life

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Pxmalion CoreI3 3D Printer DIY Kit, Auto Leveling, Heatbed, Improved Reprap Prusa i3 Structure, Multiple Colors Printing, Filament Detection, Self-Assembly, 40g PLA Filament Included

IMPROVED I3 STRUCTURE
Pxmalion CoreI3 structure is improved based on the original i3 structure. The 2 Z motion screws are driven by one stepper motor, which eliminates the synchronization issue that occurs in 2-motor designs and improves motion transmission precision and efficiency.

AUTO LEVELING
The function of auto leveling is adopted to make it easier to use and to increase the success rate of shaping. For FDM 3D printers, the key to successful modeling is that the first printed layer adheres uniformly and firmly to the platform properly.

DETECTION EXTRUSION STOPPED MID-PRINT
Sometimes the hot end stops extruding molten filament once the filament runs out. Simply reload a new spool and press the button, then the printing will continue from the place where it was stopped. You can also change to a new color of spool after the previous filament runs out. Create multi-colorful shaped objects becomes much easier.

SPECIFICATIONS

– Build Volume: 220Lx220Wx220Hmm
– Print resolution: 0.1mm
– Layer Thickness: 0.05-0.4mm
– Positioning Accuracy: 0.01mm
– Printing Speed: 0-120mm/s
– Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
– Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
– Nozzle Temperature: 245°C
– XY Motion Driving: Step Motor and pin and bush
– Z Motion Driving: Step Motor and screw
– Frame: Machined Al+POM
– Printing material: PLA
– Net Weight: 7KG
– AC Input: AC 100-240V 50Hz-60Hz 2.5A
– File Type: STL, OBJ, G-CODE
– Operating Systems: Windows/Mac OS X/Linux
– Connectivity: USB Cable and USB Stick

PACKAGE CONTENT

1 x Pxmalion CoreI3 3D Printer DIY Kit
1 x Auto Leveling Module
1 x Detection Extrusion Stopped Mid-Print Module
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Tool Kit
1 x SD Card
1 x SD Card Reader
1 x PLA Filament 40g

Product Features

  • Pxmalion CoreI3 3D Printer
    It comes with a heat bed. The main body size is 464L x 440W x 400Hmm, and the max printing size is 220L x 220W x 220Hmm. The accuracy of orientation is 0.01mm, and the printing accuracy is 0.1mm.

  • Improved i3 Structure
    Pxmalion CoreI3 structure is improved based on the original i3 structure. The 2 Z motion screws are driven by one stepper motor, which eliminates the synchronization issue that occurs in 2-motor designs and improves motion transmission precision and efficiency.

  • Auto Leveling
    The function of auto leveling is adopted to make it easier to use and to increase the success rate of shaping. For FDM 3D printers, the key to successful modeling is that the first printed layer adheres uniformly and firmly to the platform properly.

  • Detection of Extrusion Stopped Mid-Print
    Sometimes the hot end stops extruding molten filament once the filament runs out. Simply reload a new spool and press the button, then the printing will continue from the place where it was stopped. You can also change to a new color of spool after the previous filament runs out. Create multi-colorful shaped objects becomes much easier.

  • Fine Parts & Detailed Manual
    The frame of CoreI3 is assembled with precision cut aluminum profiles and high strength molded POM components. With the detailed instructions in the form of step-by-step pictures and explanations and video display, you can assemble Corei3 by yourself and enjoy the process.

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3D Printing for Artists, Designers and Makers: Technology Crossing Art and Industry

Rapidly gaining popular attention, 3D printing is viewed as the next life changing technology. This book explains how the creative industries are directly interfacing with this new technology and how it is changing the practices of many artists and designers across the globe. A selection of case studies of leading practitioners in their respective disciplines reveals this fascinating process in action.

The book also introduces the groundbreaking research by Stephen Hoskins and his 3D team at the Centre for Fine Print Research, world leaders in the development of techniques for 3D printing in ceramics, and includes a history of 3D printing, from its origins in aerospace to its current, diverse applications in bio-medics and Formula One racing, through to furniture design and jewellery.

A fascinating investigation into how the applied arts continue to adapt to new technologies, this book is for academics and 3D print users from both the arts and science backgrounds, as well as artists, designers, those in creative industries and anyone who has an interest in new technological developments.

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Zomiee 2pcs T8 L350mm Dia 8mm Lead Screw and Nut for Prusa i3 3D Printer Z Axis

Specifications:
Lead Screw Diameter: 8MM
Lead: 8mm
Screw Length: 350mm
Screw Pitch: 2mm
Material: 304 stainless steel

Package included:
2 x T8 lead Screw

Product Features

  • Material – 304 stainless steel
  • Compatible with Prusa i3 Printer Z Axis
  • Lead Screw Diameter – 8mm
  • Lead – 8mm
  • Lead Screw Length – 350mm

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3D printing resurrects ancient Egyptian Tomb in Switzerland

Nov 15, 2017 | By Julia

An ancient Egyptian tomb has been ‘resurrected’ in Switzerland thanks to advancements in 3D  scanning and 3D printing technology. Once belonging to Pharaoh Seti I, one of the most important and lavish royals in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings, the 3,300-year-old sarcophagus now sits in 3D printed form in the Antikenmuseum Basel in northwestern Switzerland. It’s the first phase of an ambitious five-year project that will see the magnificent tomb recreated in its entirety, and installed on an Egyptian site not far from the original.

Digital conservationist company Factum Foundation spearheaded the initiative, led in no small part by founder Adam Lowe, a self-proclaimed ancient Egypt buff. Founded in 2009 in Madrid, Factum has since developed considerable expertise in 3D scanning and 3D printing heritage items and other works of art. Recreating the Seti tomb has long been an ambition of Lowe’s, who describes the ancient artefact as “the most important library of Pharaonic religion, philosophy, art, poetry and science; the source material for the three Abrahamic religions.”

He’s not wrong. First discovered in 1817 by Giovanni Belzoni, an Italian explorer, engineer, and circus strongman, Seti’s tomb — also known as Belzoni’s tomb — immediately captured the public’s attention as a window into an ancient civilization, and a wonder in and of itself. Yet history took its toll: improper excavations, extensive looting, and large-scale tourism left the tomb ravaged and in poor condition. Only Seti’s alabaster sarcophagus remained in situ.

Historically too heavy to steal, the ornate coffin became the starting point for Lowe and his team, who began work on the project back in 2016. Belzoni’s original 1817 watercolour paintings aided the Factum Foundation, along with preserved fragments housed in the Louvre, the British Museum, and the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. Over nearly two years of work, Lowe’s team was able to precisely recreate two of the tomb’s most lavish rooms, the Hall of Beauties and the adjacent Pillared Room.

Now, Antikenmuseum visitors can view the rooms as they currently stand — faded and vandalized — as well as in their dazzling 1817 form. The effect is awe-inspiring and mind-bending. Reports say that even experts have a hard time distinguishing the original displays from the 3D printed recreations.

According to Susanne Bickel, an Egyptologist at the University of Basel who specializes in Seti’s tomb, these types of ‘resurrections’ can be scientific and informed “without becoming Disneyland or kitsch.” In fact, Bickel says, a facsimile can sometimes show us more than the original. We’re just beginning to realize the potential of the new technology.

Lowe agrees wholeheartedly, asserting that facsimiles will continue to play a central role in future tourism and art conservation. The Factum Foundation is already banking on it: the team will resume scanning Seti’s original tomb in early 2018, picking up where they left off, and commencing work on the largest chamber, the crypt, complete with vaulted ceiling featuring astronomical decorations.

“Scanning Seti: The Regeneration of a Pharaonic Tomb” will remain on display at the Antikenmuseum in Basel until May 6, 2018.

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