Dikale 3D Print Removal Tools with Sturdy Wooden Handle, Tool Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife Painting Enhanced Version Pack of 2

Dikale 3D Print Removal Tools

Product Features

  • ✔️【Enhanced version pack of 2】It includes 2 sizes. You can choose a suitable one to help with prying out printed items.
  • ✔️【Thicker neck,not bent easily】It needs to be just a bit stiffer to loosen a stubborn print, but it doesn’t damaged any of your projects your my printer bed by using it.
  • ✔️【Fantastic and versatile】Although it’s marketed as a 3D print removal tool, it also very useful for removing stickers and scraping the small amounts of filament you tend to get stuck on the bed from not having a level bed, and it helped remove the painters tape residue left from the tape. Works very well to remove freshly printed parts.
  • ✔️【Flexible and effective】This 3D Print Removal Tool works super well. A must have for a 3D printer. It’s great for getting prints off your print surface without damaging their bases. It is very simple and extremely effective. Seems to be very well constructed and the blade is flexible but doesn’t get bent up easily; it has a very flat top which makes removing models really easy.
  • ✔️【Durable and stiff】Note that this isn’t made for prying the print off the bed like you would use a putty knife. It’s more for sliding under the print and unsticking as you go, or perhaps slipping the middle under the print and “sawing” the print off. It’s thin and flimsy which lets it get under the print, but not TOO flimsy – it’s also thick enough to be durable, assuming you aren’t prying. Prying would definitely ruin this tool. This tool is that much better than trying to use something else.

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3D Print Removal Tools Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife Painting Enhanced Version Pack of 6

Features :
– Set of 6 3d printer tools:various sizes, various shapes, various purposes.
– High quality stainless steel blades with sturdy wooden handle.

Specifications:
Size: 6 various sizes
Material: High quality stainless steel with wooden handle

Package includes:
6 X 3D Print Removal Tools

Product Features

  • Enhanced version: it includes 6 sizes. Assorted shapes and styles for a variety of techniques.
  • Effective:This 3D Print Removal Tool works simply and effectively.
  • Durable: High quality stainless steel blades with sturdy wooden handle.
  • Versatile: it also very useful for removing stickers and scraping the small amounts of filament you tend to get stuck on the bed from not having a level bed, and it helped remove the painters tape residue left from the tape.
  • Necessary:A great product for a 3D printer.

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Premium 3D Print Removal Tool Kit with Durable Comfort Handles, Sharp and Hardened Blades for Easy Separation of Prints. Sturdy Knife Spatula 3D Printer Accessories Set of 2 – Enhanced Version


Are you looking for a 3D print removal toolset with
• Solid, riveted handles that won’t come loose and start spinning, twisting or turning after use?
Hardened stainless steel blades that are optimally flexible without being too flimsy and/or getting scratched and gouged by the print bed surface due to their softness?
• A knife tool with a sharpened front edge (flat bottom) for getting under even the most-adhered prints with ease?
• Ability to reach into the back under larger parts, sweep across and lever them off, as well as handle smaller, more delicate objects?
Durable comfort handles with grips designed for a firm hold that feel good in the hand and look stylish too?
Safe, rounded blades easier on your fingers, prints and printer surface?

REPTOR 3D Print Removal Tools have been designed with all these aspects in mind.
These tools are not your average repurposed painters putty knives with cramp rings that come loose or fall apart before long when used to remove 3D prints!

This REPTOR toolset is designed to get even the most stubborn prints off the bed without distorting them or damaging the print bed surface. Both handles have solid rivets in them that will hold the blades in place and will not permit the blades to turn or yield. The knife with its 4.92″ blade and beveled front edge can be used to sweep across and reach into the back under larger parts and provide leverage to pop even a stubborn piece up while the spatula is thin and flexible enough to get under even the most delicate of objects without distorting them.

They are the perfect duo – practical and durable, yet comfortable and stylish! Get yours now!

Product Features

  • Durable, rigid construction; Solid rivets keep the blades in place, no more repurposed palette spatulas with spinning, twisting and turning cramp rings!
  • Long knife with a beveled front edge; Slides gently underneath prints with ease to protect the build bed surface yet provides good reach and allows prying
  • Stiff, hardened stainless steel blades; Flexible but not too thin or flimsy, safer rounded edges, work well with different size objects without damaging them
  • Stylish and useful; The smaller offset spatula has a black rubber comfort grip, the knife has a big thick wood handle
  • Essential addition to your 3D Printer accessories; No more putty knives to remove prints. Doubles as a leveling tool to scrape off stuck-on plastic from the print bed

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Teenitor 3D Print Removal Tools with Sturdy Wooden Handle, Tool Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife Painting Enhanced Version Pack of 5

Weight:0.12kg
Material: Stainless steel with wooden handle
Color: Brown
A great tool for your 3D printer-Stiff, flexible,rigid,functional,effective with 5 pieces, this set of tool minimizes damage to the printing surface.At the same time, the thicker neck is useful for removing rafts and for trimming off supports
Directions for Use
To remove prints off the bed, work the edge of the tool under a corner of the print, approximately half way between the tip of the blade and the handle. Next, use a sawing motion to get the tool under the rest of the print to separate it from the bed. Tilting or twisting the blade slightly will help speed up the lifting of the print. When tilting the blade, twist the handle counter-clockwise if you’re working from the right side of the print. (If you are left-handed and starting from the left, twist the tool clockwise)
If you cannot get the blade under the print to start, bring the left edge of the tool against a right-side corner of the print and twist the handle clockwise. Repeat until the corner lifts up enough to allow the blade to start getting under the print
If the print is firmly stuck to the print bed, try pushing the tool so that the handle is closer to the print. This brings the thicker part of the blade (closest to the handle) under the object and acts as a wedge to help pry the part up. Wiggle the blade loose and repeat
If the print is stuck too firmly to remove with the tool, you may need to slightly increase your starting nozzle elevation. The idea is to have the print stick firmly to the bed during printing, but still be removed with the tool

Product Features

  • Enhanced version pack of 5: it includes 5 sizes.you can choose a suitble one to help with prying out printed items.
  • Thicker neck,not bent easily:It needs to be just a bit stiffer to loosen a stubborn print,but it doesn’t damaged any of your projects your my printer bed by using it.
  • Fantastic and versatile:Although it’s marketed as a 3D print removal tool,it also very useful for removing stickers and scraping the small amounts of filament you tend to get stuck on the bed from not having a level bed, and it helped remove the painters tape residue left from the tape.Works very well to remove freshly printed parts
  • Durable and stiff: Note that this isn’t made for prying the print off the bed like you would use a putty knife. It’s more for sliding under the print and unsticking as you go, or perhaps slipping the middle under the print and “sawing” the print off. It’s thin and flimsy which lets it get under the print, but not TOO flimsy – it’s also thick enough to be durable, assuming you aren’t prying. Prying would definitely ruin this tool.This tool is that much better than trying to use something else
  • Flexible and effective:This 3D Print Removal Tool Works super well,A must have for a 3D printer. It’s great for getting prints off your print surface without damaging their bases.it is very simple and extremely effective. Seems to be very well constructed and the blade is flexible but doesn’t get bent up easily;it has a very flat top which makes removing models really easy.

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Testing treatments for bone cancer may get easier with enhanced 3D-printed scaffolds

Testing treatments for bone cancer tumors may get easier with new enhancements to sophisticated support structures that mimic their biological environment, according to Rice University scientists.

A team led by Rice bioengineer Antonios Mikos has enhanced its three-dimensional printed scaffold to see how Ewing’s sarcoma (bone cancer) cells respond to stimuli, especially shear stress, the force experienced by tumors as viscous fluid such as blood flows through bone. The researchers determined the structure of a scaffold, natural or not, has a very real effect on how cells express signaling proteins that help cancer grow.

The size and shape of pores and scaffold porosity — the percent of empty space in a structure created by pores — can impact cell attachment, alter the permeability of media and nutrients and facilitate cell migration, according to the researchers. The scientists said 3-D printing allows them to get closer than ever to mimicking the architecture of real bone.

The research is detailed in the American Chemical Society journal ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering.

The scaffold itself is special, according to Mikos. The bone-like printed polymer contains pores of varying sizes to constrain fluids that flow through and apply varying degrees of shear stress to the tumor cells, depending on the scaffold’s orientation in relation to the flow.

“We aim to develop tumor models that can capture the complexity of tumors in vitro and can be used for drug testing, thus providing a platform for drug development while reducing the associated cost,” Mikos said. He noted that by varying the scaffold architecture, they can change the mechanical environment through which fluids flow and the magnitude of shear stress exerted on tumor cells.

Flat sections of scaffold were printed with pores in one of three sizes: 0.2, 0.6 and 1 millimeter. Three layers of each were stacked to make each 3-D scaffold, and these were seeded with tumor cells and placed in a flow perfusion reactor that mimics the push and pull of fluids and tissues in a biological environment. This makes simulations much more realistic than growing cells in a flat petri dish, Mikos said.

The researchers found that cells proliferated far better under flow than in conditions with no fluid flow. When the fluid began to flow, layers with the smallest pores, which restrict permeability, showed significantly more proliferation. They also found that under flow, cells increased their production of insulin-like growth factor protein (IGF-1), a ligand on the surface of sarcoma cells and part of the signaling pathway that plays a critical role in resistance to chemotherapy. Additionally, the orientation of the 0.2, 0.6 and 1 millimeter pore sizes played a role in how much IGF-1 the cells produced.

They suspected that the combination of shear stress and scaffold orientation prompted different levels of protein production.

The researchers now plan to refine their scaffold-printing process to study metastasis and test tumors’ response to drugs.