Comgrow Ender-3X Creality 3D Printer Upgraded Version with Tempered Glass and Five Nozzles


Modeling Technology:FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Printing Size:220*220*250mm
Machine Size:440*410*465mm
Package weight:8.6kg
Max Traveling Speed:180mm/s
Filament:1.75mm PLA
Input:AC 100-265V 50-60Hz
Output:DC 24V 15A 360W
Layer Thickness:0.1-0.4mm
Nozzle diameter:0.4mm
Precision:±0.1mm
File Format:STL,OBJ,G-Code
Working Mode:Online or SD offline
Max Nozzle Temperature:255℃
Max Hot bed Temperature:110℃
Resume print after power off: Yes

Product Features

  • Ender 3 Upgraded Version: This Ender-3X comes with a tempered glass, which makes models are easier removed. It also makes the hot bed more flat.
  • Advanced Technology: MK-10 extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrustion; V-Slot with POM wheel makes it move noiseless, smoothly and durable. Five more free nozzles included.
  • Easy and Quick Assembly: It comes with several assembled parts, you only need about 2 hours to assemble 20 nuts well.
  • Resume Print: Ender 3X has the ability to resume prints even after a power outage or lapse occurs.
  • Strict Test: Strict testing for key components before delivery and life-time technical support.

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MyStemKits 2-year Subscription Plus Five 3D Printers for Mid-Size Enterprise – Cloud access to over 150 3D-printable STEM kits & lessons. Bundle with Unlimited Printing!

The MyStemKits library has over 150 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) kits with model assembly guides that are ready-to-stream to most 3D printers. Need a printer? No worries – this 2-year subscription includes 5 Dremel 3D40 Printers as shown in the product slides (incl. 3 build sheets and 1 filament spool) . Many kits have accompanying lessons designed in partnership with the Florida Center for Research in STEM based out of Florida State University. These vetted lessons are aligned with K-12 NGSS, Common Core and a growing group of state standards. Some of the most popular kits are the Hominid Skull kit, Ones Tens Hundreds kit, Pizza Fractions kit and Ocean Topography kit. Check the images and videos for a sampling of kits, model guides, and lessons. Enterprise subscriptions are unlimited printing plans, based on number of students, with no point counting or limits per month. Additionally, digital curriculum attachments are viewable before printing. Upon purchase, you will receive access credentials to the portal, including the ability to set up 17 educator accounts (1 per 30 students). This plan is designed for 500 students. From the MyStemKits Print Portal, you can browse available kits by either subject or grade and pick the kits that you want to review, print and build. We don’t decide what kits to send you each month – you decide which kits, when and how many, you will print. Replace broken parts too. From the portal, the MyStemKits Printer Management Platform makes your experience intuitive and easy. The platform is mobile ready, and allows you to control multiple 3D printers and users from a single dashboard. Prints are preconfigured with print-specific attributes.

Product Features

  • Over 150 kits that stream directly to your 3D printer – no design skills or downloading required with this cloud-only accessible subscription.
  • 5 Dremel 3D40 Printers and Unlimited Printing! You choose the kits – Print what, when, and how many you want. Manage multiple printers and users from single dashboard.
  • Perfect for educators who need classroom manipulatives and standards-driven lessons for their K-12 class rooms but do not have a printer
  • This two-year, Mid Enterprise Bundle is designed for mid-size enterprises up to 500 students and is ideal for your media center, STEM lab, summer camp, after school program, or group of up to 17 teachers.
  • With digital curriculum attachments available to review before print, this plan is a great curriculum planning tool.

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Five ideas/technologies which will change the world in the coming years

It won’t be as it has been

Augmented reality means to show an object which does not exists in your actual physical environment but through augmented reality you think it is right there in your physical reality

Industrial revolution, then transportation revolution. and now communication revolution; we are really living in turbulent times. Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, the pace of change in the world is so fast that if someone from medieval times would come back, he will want to die again because he will not be able to adjust in this new world which is trying to turn science fiction into reality. Driverless cars, drone deliveries; every year is bringing something new for us. Here are those five technologies or ideas which will change the world in the years to come.

  1. Online education

In the modern post-industrial economy, investment on higher education gives more dividends than even capital. It has helped many to get out of the vicious circle of poverty across all continents. Attaining education from the world’s top universities has been a dream for many people but few are able to achieve due to many constraints. Now this dream can be fulfilled by anyone thanks to online education. Although virtual universities have been in place even before the last decade but this sector has really been revolutionised by the advent of online education and the keen interest of world’s top ranked universities to provide quality education to any person sitting anywhere in the world. Online education has made it possible for any person sitting in a far flung area e.g. a remote village in Tibet or a faraway town in Africa to get education from the World’s top class universities. Edx.org, a joint nonprofit initiative of Harvard University and MIT, and Coursera.org, a startup which provides online courses from World’s top universities are leading the revolution. Another exciting thing is that these universities are giving such offers which are hard to resist. For instance, MIT is offering a Micro masters in supply chain management from edx.org, and upon satisfactory completion of the micro masters, you can apply for one year master’s programme in supply chain management at MIT. If successful, you will have to study only semester at MIT and your online micro masters will be considered as equivalent to one semester. The one semester fee at MIT campus is around $35,000 while the online one semester/micro masters will only cost you $1,350; a huge saving along with the opportunity to study in one of the world’s most prestigious universities. Similarly, University of Columbia has a similar offering for Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Masters at edx.org. More so, University of Illinois is offering a complete online MBA in collaboration withcoursera.org at a price of $22,500 while on campus, this MBA costs more than $50,000.

  1. Artificial intelligence

Intelligence is a trait which has been specific for humans but now humans want their intelligence to be instilled into non-human devices and objects and make them as intelligent as they themselves are. Google and Uber’s driver less cars are a manifestation of this approach. With the help of artificial intelligence, the driver less cars will get eyes; they will know when to stop, where to stop, and when there is an obstruction. Similarly, artificial intelligence is also being used in advertising industry which will bring a revolution particularly in out of home media. With the help of facial recognition, advertisers will better able to target their audience, re target based on face recognition data and like science fiction, a digital display could call your name if you will pass in front of it. The latest Huawei Mate 9 uses AI technology to know your app usage and sort them accordingly on your android screen. But, giving our intelligence in the hand of some non-emotional robots or devices can be quite dangerous as well. Famous scientist Stephen Hawking once said that artificial intelligence is a bomb being created by man himself which could annihilate the whole human civilisation; just like we see in science fiction movies.

  1. Hyper loop

Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, we have seen many revolutions in mass travelling. The first one was train, then came the airplane, the latest one was a bullet train, and, now we will very soon experience another revolution in this industry which will entirely change the way we travel particularly on intra land journeys. Elon Musk, the American entrepreneur who founded Paypal, Space X and Tesla motors, (the world’s first completely electric car manufacturer), proposed this idea of a hyper bullet train which could travel in a vacuum at a speed of 1,100km/hour, almost equal to the speed of sound. Just imagine travelling from Lahore to Karachi in our hour; even a plane takes more time.

The hyper loop dream is becoming a reality in the UAE. The Dubai government has already struck a deal with the US startup hyper loop one to evaluate the construction of a hyper loop train which will reduce the travelling distance between Dubai and Abu Dhabi to 12 minutes.

  1. 3D printing:

3D printing is now not a new thing for many but the way it is being used now is becoming more impressive. An Indian startup is using 3D printing to print tissue grafts and cultures so instead of transplantation, these tissues can be used for implantation. In the next phase, the whole organs produced through 3D printing will be implanted into the human bodies. So after 20 years, if your liver or pancreas needs to be replaced, you do not need to worry about it as a lot of pancreas, livers, lungs and hearts will be available in the market and you can choose the one of your choice. Here is the extract of a small story from forbes.com on how 3D printing has started revolutionising our lives:

“On October 28, Kaiba Gionfriddo was born prematurely with lung development problems. When the Gionfriddo family was at a restaurant six weeks later, Kaiba stopped breathing and started to turn blue. Kaiba was diagnosed with tracheobronchomalacia, which means that his windpipe was weak. This caused Kaiba’s trachea and left bronchus to collapse. Kaiba received a tracheostomy and had to use a ventilator, but this was not the right long-term solution to use. Kaiba could not breathe well and his heart stopped almost on a daily basis. This is when the doctors at the University of Michigan decided to use a 3D-printed lung splint. Dr Glenn Green and Dr Scott Hollister at the University of Michigan used 3D printing to build a bioresorbable splint. The two doctors were building the splint as a prototype and it was not a 100pc proven solution, but Kaiba needed help right away with no time to wait. Dr Green and Dr Hollister had to quickly get emergency clearance from the FDA and take CT scans of Kaiba’s trachea to create an accurate image. They used computer modeling software to create the splint and match Kaiba’s windpipe. The splint was printed with polycaprolactone (biodegradable polyester). Around three weeks after the operation, Kaiba no longer needed a ventilator to breathe”.

  1. Virtual and augmented reality:

Virtual reality and augmented reality, they both are the distorted versions of reality than what the actual reality is around your physical domain. Augmented reality means to show an object which does not exists in your actual physical environment but through augmented reality you think it is right there in your physical reality. Pokemon Go is the best manifestation of augmented reality to understand. Similarly virtual reality is a complete cut off from you your physical reality using glasses or some other form through which you reach in a 3D virtual environment and feel yourself as a part of it. Virtual reality will not only create a new era of entertainment and gaming, it has also endless applications in education, medical and other sectors as well. In the education sector, it is being used for medical training of students to carry out surgical procedures in a virtual reality environment without carrying out any harm to the patient. It is also being used to train pilots to fly aircraft, to train soldiers for real wars and to make online education more interactive. Interestingly, it is being used to treat pain patients by distracting them from their pain when they are undergoing a physical procedure or therapy. According to an article by fortune.com, a 2011 study on military burn victims revealed that SnowWorld — a VR game that allows users to throw snowballs at penguins while listening to Paul Simon — has proven more effective than morphine in pain management. So may be after five years, when you will go to your dentist, he may give you a head set with glasses to send you into the world of virtual reality instead of giving you a local anesthesia injection. Similarly after some years, you may be having a virtual visit of New York and Paris while sitting at your chair in your home town.

 

Researchers: 3D printers could print human skin within five years

Companies want to 3D print human skin within the next five years, using a mix of live cells and specialized 3D machines. The bioprinting market could evolve into a $1 billion market by 2025, and offer a scalable method for personalized medicine.

 

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Cosmetics company L’Oreal is working with the Organovo biotech company to begin 3D printing skin tissues. If done successfully, both companies hope for realistic product testing in the future. It’s possible to grow real skin in a laboratory, but it’s a slow and costly procedure – using bioprinting with 3D printers would greatly accelerate the process.

 

“Some safety questions are still difficult to mimic with today’s methods and new, additional non-animal alternative methods are needed,” said Elena Lurie-Luke, P&G Global Life Sciences innovation leader, in a statement published by CNN Money. “3D bioprinting is a promising option for the future.”

 

The US military has researched various uses for bioprinting, including restoring skin on soldiers, using skin that is elastic and supports hair follicles, pigmentation, and sweat glands. There are a number of great uses for bioprinting, and it should be exciting to see how the technology develops further.

Geeetech Acrylic I3 Pro B 3d Printer,8mm Acrylic Frame,support Five Materials,high Precision Impressora DIY Kit

This Geeetech I3 pro B 3D printer is designed and manufactured by Shenzhen Getech Co., Ltd based on Geeetech I3 pro, except its simple assembly, easy debugging and more stable performance, compared with the I3 pro, I3 pro B features newly added potential for 3D prints-support 5 types of filament: ABS, PLA, Wood, Nylon, flexible PLA and filament, create flexible hinges, joints, shaped parts; enable you to get the most out of your 3D Printer.

Printing specifications:

Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication.

Build volume: 200 x200x180mm

Layer resolution: 0.1-0.3mm

Positioning Precision: 0.1-0.3mm

Filament diameter: 1.75mm(default), 3mm

Nozzle diameter: 0.3mm(default), 0.35mm, 0.4 mm, 0.5mm

Filament type: ABS/ PLA/Flexible PLA/ Wood /Nylon Software:

Operating system: Windows/Mac/Linux

Control software: Repetier-Host, Printrun

File format: .STL. G-code

Temperature:

Max heated bed temperature: about 110°C

Max extruder temperature: about 240°C

Electrical:

Power supply: input: 100-120VAC/4.8A or 200-240VAC/2.4A

output:DC12V/ 29A

Connectivity: USB, SD card (support off-line printing)

Mechanical:

Body: Acrylic plate of 8 mm thickness (black/ transparent)

Build Platform: Borosilicate glass + MK2A heatbed

XYZ Rods: Wear-resistant, stainless steel

Stepper Motors: 1.8° step angle with 1/16 micro-stepping

Physical structure: Reprap

Physical dimensions:

Without spool: 45 x 44 x 44 cm

With spool: 45 x 44 x 68 cm

Shipping box: 52 x 42 x 23 cm

Net weight: 8. 5 kg

Shipping weight: 9. 5kg

Package list:

Acrylic frame Geeetech I3 3D printer kits and tools. Please refer to the user manual. Note: we will send default nozzle size and tube also the main board(sanguinololu rev 1.3a) to you if you have not left any message.

Product Features

  • 1. Support multiple filaments: Flexible PLA /Nylon Filament /Wood/ABS/PLA, making 3D printing more flexible.
  • 2. Further simplified structure means fast assembly and easy adjustment, which saves you both time and energy as well as speeds up the molding of your innovative products and ideas. It usually takes up to 3 days for a DIYer to assemble the previous I3, not to mention the post-adjustment and debugging work. As to this I3 of Acrylic Frame, however, you can save 70% of time.
  • 3. Enhanced stability and reliability. Geeetech I3 pro B adopts 8 mm-thick acyclic plates, also you can choose the piano-black one and the transparent one, and both colors look good.
  • 4. The PSU (power supply unit) is assembled together with the printer; which saves you a lot of space and can avoid unnecessary electrical trouble.
  • 5. All the cables and wires are well arranged to make it more neat and easy to operate,6. MK8 extruder ensures smaller layers and higher resolution, make models and objects.

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