Gizmo Dorks Polyester Film PET Tape for 3D Printers and Printing, 9 Inches x 100 Feet

Gizmo Dorks PET tape is the premier tape adhesive to use on heated build platforms. PET tape, which is made out of Polyester film, is used on 3D beds because of its ability to withstand high temperatures that are sometimes required depending on the plastic used. ABS filament, for example, adheres particularly well to PET tape, maybe even better than the traditional Kapton tape. Heat transfers particularly well through PET tape making it a perfect complement to ABS which requires a heated build platform, typically around 110°C. PET tape, which is typically green, is also more durable than Kapton tape which results in less tears. Green PET tape is easily removed without leaving behind any residue. The tape has a max upper temperature of 220°C.

  • Dimensions: 9 inches wide x 100 feet long
  • Polyester film layer: 1 mil thick
  • Silicone adhesive: 1 mil thick
  • Total thickness: 2 mil

Dry Application
The dry method involves using a flat edge such as a ruler or a credit card to slowly peel and apply the tape while using the straight edge to keep the tape free from bubbles.

Wet Application
The wet method is similar to the dry method but involves spraying some soapy water underneath the PET tape. Remove the liquid by squeegee or a straight flat edge such as a ruler. This will also remove any air bubbles. The biggest benefit to the wet method is that you can re-position the tape while it is wet because the liquid allows you to easily slide the tape around. Let the PET tape fully dry before printing.

Product Features

  • Premium grade polyester PET tape for 3D printing
  • Excellent adhesion to many 3d filament types such as PLA and ABS
  • PET tape can be used for many 3D print cycles with greater durability than Kapton
  • PET film layer is 1 mil thick
  • Long lasting PET tape roll that is 9 inches wide by 100 feet long

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Exterior Accessories – 200x20cm Diy 3d Carbon Fiber Vinyl Wrap Roll Film Sticker Car Home Decal Sheet – Carbon Fiber Vinyl Wrap 3m Black White Roof 5d – 3d – 1PCs

Specification:
Color: Silver, White, Black, Red, Orange, Green, Pink, Gray
Size:200x20cm / 78.7″x 7.9″
Features:
-Self adhesive stickers
-Long lasting, flexble and durable.
-High temperature & water Proof
-Easily cleansed with water.
-Fashion and decoration, unique and attractive.
-Resistant to UV, water, dirt, grease, salt, mild acid and oil.
-Carbon fiber vinyl can be re-lifted, repositioned and stretched with heat gun.
-Can be applied on the interior and exterior surface of car or motocycle as u like to protect the car.
Installation:
Need sharp utility or xacto style knife,squeegee, blow dryer, or heat gun to install. You can cut the shape you like.
Fitment:
Common use,fit for car used, motorcycle parts,such as roofs, hoods, trunk lids, wing covers, bumper.
You also use on mobile phone, laptop, furniture window molding etc.
Please note tools are not included.
Package includes:
1 x 200x20cm Carbon Fiber Vinyl Sticker

Product Features

  • 80 % ORDERS ARRIVE IN 7-12 BINESS DAYS
  • Vynil wrap carbon fiber vinyl texture vietnam hard sheets wallet hood wallpaper roll sticker interior brh tape
  • Carbon fiber vinyl wrap hood interior laptop wood gloss 1080 dinoc vynal fibre vynil water filter window tint vvivid blue headlight grey marble black roll matte white chameleon wraps cars tool wrapping boat film chrome adhesive
  • Vinyl wrap tools roll tool cars knife squeegee white gloves black carbon fiber matte flat motorcycle film blue pink filament sheet sticker decal sheets chameleon body printer roof screen protector racer rear wings brh fabric gloss colored cleaner cutter cutting color rojo vintage purse dress ring overalls leather belt circles levis pantry sign

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3D Printer Accessories Automatic Leveling Module Film Pressure Probe Type Auto-leveling Sensor for E3D V6 MK8 Makerbot Nozzles(For Makerbot Nozzle)

SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible nozzle(Optional): For Makerbot, for Ultimaker, for MK8, for E3D/ E3DV6
Weight: 12g
Signal line: 1m/39.37inch

AUTO LEVELING PARAMETERS DESCRIPTION:
1. X-axis direction offset: the offset of the leveling probe relative to the print nozzle in the X-axis direction
2. Y-axis direction offset: the offset of the leveling probe relative to the printing nozzle in the Y-axis direction
3. Z-axis direction offset: the distance from the platform to the print head when the leveling probe detects the platform
4. Probe stowed angle: the angle of the servo for the leveling probe when the probe is stowed/retracted/up (can ignore this when not in use)
5. Probe open angle: the angle of the servo for the leveling probe when the probe is deployed/down (can ignore this when not in use)
6. Number of leveling points: The number of probe points that probe on the plane. The actual number of detected points is equal to the square of the set value. For example, if set to 4 points, 16 points are actually detected, and the maximum is 9, namely 81 points.
7. Probe trigger mode: Set the level state when the leveling probe is triggered.

PACKAGE INCLUDED:
1 x Auto-leveling module
1 x 1 meter signal line

NOTE:
Do not use the leveling sensor when the nozzle temperature is higher than 45 degrees!!!

Product Features

  • Easy to install, can be applied to different types of 3D printers. Plug and play, the default trigger distance is 0.1mm
  • High precision, leveling adjust accuracy can be up to +/- 0.05mm
  • The average service life of the module is more than 500,000 times
  • Compatible with almost all the 3D printer motherboards in the current market
  • Good anti-interference ability, will not be affected by the platform material, ambient light, ambient temperature and humidity, etc

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Oxfam launches VR film, trials 3D printing and sensor tech

Evelyn watches the Oxfam film, which she stars in, using a Samsung Gear VR headset.

International charity Oxfam is leveraging new technologies to spread the word about crises happening around the globe, as well as exploring the use of 3D printing, drones and internet of things sensors as new ways of delivering aid and solving problems in the developing world.

On Tuesday, Oxfam is set to launch a virtual reality film called Evelyn’s Story, allowing viewers to experience the arduous journey of an 11-year-old Kenyan girl searching for water in the drought-ridden Turkana county.

When Oxfam filmed the short film (which was made in conjunction with the Sydney-based production company Flimgraphics and Alt VFX), the young girl’s family could only get access to clean water for about two hours every eight days, so were often forced to risk diseases such as diarrhoea and cholera, using whatever they could find.

Oxfam Australia director of public engagement, Pam Anders, told The Australian Financial Review it was the first time it had used virtual reality, but if it goes well it will continue to use them to help show what it is trying to achieve.

“Virtual reality is something that’s become more accessible in the past 12 months in terms of people being able to access headsets off the shelf, so it was a great opportunity for us to look at because it gives the viewer an amazing opportunity to be virtually connected,” she said.

“It’s like you’re there. It’s very disorienting when you first put the headset on and you’re able to direct what you see. You can look beyond the subject to see what’s above or behind you. Many of my staff and myself were emotionally moved.”

Inspiring experience

Watching the film in virtual reality, the viewer feels like they’re in the bare, arid desert of northern Kenya desperately searching for water alongside Evelyn. Ms Anders hopes the immersive experience will inspire people to donate more money.

Besides virtual reality, Oxfam has also been utilising new technologies in Nepal and Sri Lanka.

Since the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the organisation has been trialling 3D printing of water pipes and fittings in partnership with the not-for-profit Field Ready and a local 3D printing company. 

“What we’ve found is it’s been a much quicker way to produce the spare parts. We want to keep doing this, but the challenge now is how to get the right materials locally, so it’s more sustainable and weather-proof, and how to keep the costs low, and where along the chain of vendors it’s best to introduce 3D printing. It’s going well so far, but there are still elements to resolve,” Ms Anders said.

In Sri Lanka, Oxfam has also been placing sensors in dams and water pipes to measure the amount of rainfall in real time. This is helping farmers to make insurance claims during floods. If rainfall hits a certain level in the dam, farmers in the region receive an SMS generated by the sensor.

“One of the problems this was trying to solve was that local insurance schemes were really difficult for farmers to access because they didn’t have evidence of the rainfall or flooding. Since we implemented these sensors there’s been an increase in payouts to farmers – last year there was over 110,000,” Ms Anders said.

Other charities adopting new tech

Oxfam’s use of cutting edge technologies is just one example of ways that not-for-profit and inter governmental organisations are using new-age tech to help tackle problems in developing nations and countries plagued by internal conflict.

In May the United Nation’s World Food Programme concluded a trial using the ethereum blockchain, giving Syrian refugees resources by giving them cryptocurrency-based vouchers to be redeemed in participating markets.

Oxfam’s 2014 Even it Up report found that seven out of 10 people live in countries where the gap between rich and poor is greater than it was 30 years ago. Oxfam has also found that over the last 25 years, the top 1 per cent has gained more income than the bottom 50 per cent put together.

World Vision has also been building up its technology capability and has partnered with US companies Fieldworker and Intermec to build the Last Mile Mobile Solution (LMMS), which helps the charity to register and verify aid beneficiaries, distribute food, prevent duplication errors and reduce inventory losses.

The LMMS devices work in remote locations without electricity or internet access, but let aid beneficiaries register and receive their own barcoded ID card.

The system has let World Vision deliver materials like food, tents, hygiene kits and mosquito nets in up to 50 per cent less time than through manual methods.

Gizmo Dorks Polyester Film PET Tape for 3D Printers and Printing, 8 x 8 inches, 10 sheets per pack

Gizmo Dorks PET tape is the premier tape adhesive to use on heated build platforms. PET tape, which is made out of Polyester film, is used on 3D beds because of its ability to withstand high temperatures that are sometimes required depending on the plastic used. ABS filament, for example, adheres particularly well to PET tape, maybe even better than the traditional Kapton tape. Heat transfers particularly well through PET tape making it a perfect complement to ABS which requires a heated build platform, typically around 110�C. PET tape, which is typically green, is also more durable than Kapton tape which results in less tears. Green PET tape is easily removed without leaving behind any residue. The tape has a max upper temperature of 220�C.

  • Dimensions: 8 inches by 8 inches
  • Polyester film layer: 1 mil thick
  • Silicone adhesive: 1 mil thick
  • Total thickness: 2 mil
  • Comes in a pack of 10 sheets
  • Each sheet comes on a removable protective liner
  • The tape can be cut down easily to fit any size shape
  • Other sizes ranging from 6 to 12 inch widths are available

Dry Application
The dry method involves using a flat edge such as a ruler or a credit card to slowly peel and apply the tape while using the straight edge to keep the tape free from bubbles.

Wet Application
The wet method is similar to the dry method but involves spraying some soapy water underneath the PET tape. Remove the liquid by squeegee or a straight flat edge such as a ruler. This will also remove any air bubbles. The biggest benefit to the wet method is that you can re-position the tape while it is wet because the liquid allows you to easily slide the tape around. Let the PET tape fully dry before printing.

Product Features

  • Premium grade polyester PET tape for 3D printing
  • Excellent adhesion to many 3d filament types such as PLA and ABS
  • PET tape can be used for many 3D print cycles with greater durability than Kapton
  • PET film layer is 1 mil thick with a 1 mil thick adhesive layer
  • Dimensions of 8 x 8 inches, can be cut to size easily

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