Filabond Adhesive was created for optimal ABS, PLA, PET, PETG, and Nylon filament adhesion for glass and aluminum 3D printing beds. It’s heat activated, and lasts several prints before needing to be re-applied. The hotter your printing surface becomes, the better Filabond works. Just apply a smooth, even layer to to your printing area, and begin printing. It’s really that easy. Filabond adhesive will not dry on the printing surface like adhesive from a generic glue stick. You can leave Filabond Adhesive on your printing bed and come back after several weeks to start printing without having to re-apply adhesive. Dollar for dollar, it is a better value than a generic glue stick because of it’s longevity and affordable price.
- Better value than a generic glue stick because it does not dry when left on the printing surface
- Long lasting: Leave on printing bed for weeks and the adhesive will still be tacky
- Can be applied to glass/aluminum printing beds, as well as tape
- Easy to apply and remove
- Does not have a strong odor
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Belt Width: 6mm
5 * GT2 Timing Belt Pulley
1 * Allen Key
- 100% Brand New.
- 20T 5mm bore Aluminum GT2 Timing Belt Pulley.
- Applies to 6mm width belt,An Allen Key is included
- Made of uality aluminum, excellently machined, finished smoothly
- Perfect choice for building a 3D printer or similar projects.
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Basic Information :
Brand : RAISCUBE
Model Number : A8R
Print technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Supported print materials : ABS, PLA etc.
Printing Size : 210 * 210 * 225 mm
Filament diameter: 1.75 mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
Print Speed: 10 – 300 mm /s
Printing Precision: 0.05-0.3mm
Locate Precision: Z axis: 0.004mm;
XY axis: 0.012mm
Electrical and Temperature:
Power Supply: 110/220V, 240W
Max Control Temp. Extruder: 260 °C
Max Temp. of HotBed: 100°C
Recommend Temp. :
ABS: Nozzle:235 °C , Hot Bed:100 °C
PLA: Nozzle:200 °C , Hot Bed:50 °C
Software and System:
Operating system: XP/WIN7/WIN8/Mac/Lunix
Software : Cura/Repetier-Host
Supported file formats : STL / OBJ / G-code
Connectivity :USB online or SD card (support off-line printing)
Basic physical parameter data:
Machine size(Built) : 444 * 420 * 577mm
Package Size : 485 * 413 * 195 mm
Machine Net Weight : 8.0 kg
Machine Gross Weight: 9.0 kg
1 x RAISCUBE A8R 3D printer
1 x SD Card-8GB ( There is some installation instructions, software and some 3d print files )
1 x 10 meter 3D Printing filament
- Model : R2 3D Printer machine aluminum frame open mold customization, higher precision; High print accuracy, faster speed, mold packaged, Easy to install
- Hot bed aluminum substrate stickers, the use of fine pattern matte mattress, to prevent the edge is raised, take the model more simple
- Broken material inspection, automatic identification of broken material, can be renewed and then printed. When Printer Power Off, it can continue to play in same place. it has SMM molde.
- Multi-material Compatibility: Supported with many 3D filament types, such as ABS, PLA etc material. Also we presented you a roll of 10 meters of white PLA material, eliminating the cost of purchasing materials.
- Customer Service:We provide comprehensive pre-sales consulting and after-sales service, you can ask questions at the Q & A of the listing before purchasing, as well as in “Ask Queations” at the store, ask us a question. After purchase, you can also contact us by mail, whether it is installation or 3D printer technical problems. Professional technical engineers are always available if you meet any questions .Please send us e-mail and you would get satisfactory answer.
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Bore Diameter: 3mm
Net Weight: 3g/pcs
5*GT2 Toothless Timing Belt Pulley
- Use for GT2 6mm Wide Timing Belt
- Toothless timing blet pulley, use with 16T 3mm bore idler pulley
- Bore Diameter: 3mm
- Net Weight: 3g/pcs
- Widely used in milling machine, gear shaper, drilling machine, CNC engine lathe, hobbing machine or other machinery transmission occasions
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If you’re looking for a get-rich-quick scheme, you can scratch “Doing small-scale manufacturing of ultralight aircraft” off your list right now. Turns out there’s no money in it. At least, not enough money that you can outsource production of all the parts. Not even enough to setup a huge shop full of customized machining tools when you realize you have to make the stuff yourself. No, this sounds like one of those “labors of love” we always hear so much about.
So how does one do in-house manufacturing of aircraft with a bare minimum of tools? Well, since you’re reading this on Hackaday you can probably guess that you’ve got to come up with something a bit unorthodox. When [Brian Carpenter] of Rainbow Aviation needed a very specific die to bend a component for their aircraft, he decided to try designing and 3D printing one himself.
Printing a die on the Zortrax M200
He reasoned that since he had made quick and dirty dies out of wood in the past, that a 3D printed one should work for at least a few bends before falling apart. He even planned to use JB Weld to fill in the parts of the printed die which he assumed would start cracking and breaking off after he put it through a few cycles. But even after bending hundreds of parts, wear on the dies appears to be nearly non-existent. As an added bonus, the printed plastic dies don’t mar the aluminum pieces they are bending like the steel dies do.
So what’s the secret to printing a die that can bend hundreds of pieces of aluminum on a 20 ton brake without wearing down? As it turns out…not a whole lot. [Brian] attributes the success of this experiment to designing the die with sufficiently accurate tolerances and having so high of an infill that it may as well be solid plastic.
In fact, the 3D printed die worked out so well that they’ve now expanded the idea to a cheap Harbor Freight brake. Before this tool was going more or less unused as it didn’t have features they needed for the production of their parts, namely a radius die or backstop. But by 3D printing these components [Brian] was able to put the tool back to work.
We’ve previously covered the art and science of bending sheet metal, as well as a homebuilt brake that let’s you do it on a budget even Rainbow Aviation would scoff at. So what are you waiting for? Go build an airplane.
Thanks to [Oahupilot] for the tip.