FYSETC 3D Printer Tools Kit Removal Tool 2 inch Putty Knife Set Stainless Steel Putty Tools Paint Scraper Blade Knife 3D Printing Parts

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Feature
Ergonomic comfort handle;
Strong and flexible;
Used for: Remove, Spreading, Scraping, Chipping and more;
Special Corner Round, will not hurt your hotbed surface when removed the model.

2 inch Drywall Knife
Handle Length: 4.3″/ 11 cm
Knife Length: 3.5″/ 9 cm
Knife Wide: 2 inch/ 5 cm

Package includes:
1 x 2 inch Putty Knife

Product Features

  • 3D Printer Professional DIY Must Parts: very thin blade, work well but won’t hurt your surface when remove the model from the print hotbed.
  • Size: 2 inch/ 5 cm
  • Material: Stainless Steel Knife, not easy rusted after use.
  • How to Clean the Knife: don’t wash it with water directly, or it will rusted easily, we suggest use with weakly-abrasive detergent ( Ether, benzene), or abrasive detergent wash.
  • After Sales Guarantee: each one desfective item can have the free replace or refund, need more help please feel free to email or QA us, we will try our best to service you.

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

Size: 3 various sizes
Weight: 0.05kg
Material: Stainless steel with wooden handle
Color: Brown

Package includes: 
3*3D Print Removal Tools

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.

♥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

  • ✅3D print removal tool can help you easy get the prints off from the print bed.
  • ✅Set of 3 tools, rigid, functional, various sizes, various shapes, various purposes
  • ✅Rounded edge is safer and less likely to tear print bed tape.
  • ✅Excellent flexible flat top, stainless steel, break resistance.
  • ✅Stainless steel with sturdy wood handle for superior control.

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Electronic tattoo 3D printed onto skin is 'Swiss Army knife of the future'

Researchers have figured out a way to place electronics directly onto a person’s skin using a 3D printer, paving the way for wearable sensors and even solar cells that can charge electronics.

Researchers at the University of Minnesota developed the 3D-printing technique using ink containing conductive silver flakes, which can be peeled off the skin when the so-called electronic tattoo is no longer needed.

Potential uses for the new technology also include printing biological cells into wounds to help them heal, which the researchers believe could lead to new medical treatments for injuries and skin grafts.

“We are excited about the potential of this new 3D-printing technology using a portable, lightweight printer costing less than $400,” said the study’s lead author Professor Michael McAlpine.

Professor McAlpine envisions the first uses of the electronic tattoos within a military context, assisting soldiers on the battlefield by placing sensors on their bodies that can detect chemical or biological agents.

“We imagine that a soldier could pull this printer out of a backpack and print a chemical sensor or other electronics they need, directly on the skin,” Professor McAlpine said.

“It would be like a ‘Swiss Army knife’ of the future with everything they need all in one portable 3D printing tool.”

The new 3D-printing technique forms part of a growing trend that has seen scientists developing electronic tattoos for the purpose of augmenting the human body’s natural capabilities.

Researchers at the University of Illinois are currently developing am “optoelectronics system” that monitors a wearer’s health through an electronic sticker.

Another team from Seoul National University in Korea has previously developed a flexible skin patch made of graphene that is able to detect the blood glucose levels of diabetics.

One of the biggest innovations of Professor McAlpine’s research is the use of computer vision to print the tattoo on skin, even if it is not completely still.

“No matter how hard anyone would try to stay still when using the printer on the skin, a person moves slightly and every hand is different,” Professor McAlpine said.

“This printer can track the hand… and adjust in real time to the movements and contours of the hand, so printing of the electronics keeps its circuit shape.”

The research was published in the academic journal Advanced Materials this week.

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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 with Natural Sturdy Wooden Handle, Tool Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife, 6 Pack

Features :
– A set of 6 3D printer tools, rigid, functional, various sizes, various shapes, various uses
– Excellent flexible flat top, stainless steel, anti-destructive
– Solid and comfortable wooden handle
– Coarse neck can be used to remove the raft and trim the support

Specifications :
Size: 6 various sizes
Weight: 0.12kg
Material: Stainless steel with Natural wooden handle
Color: Brown and Yellow

Directions for Use
To remove the print from the bed, process the edges of the print under the corners of the print about halfway between the tip of the insert and the handle
Next, use a sawing action to place the tool under the rest of the print to separate it from the bed. Tilting or twisting the blade slightly will help speed up printing
If the blade under the printer does not start, align the left edge of the tool with the right corner of the printer and rotate the handle clockwise. Repeat until the corner rises and let the blade begin to descend
If the print sticks firmly to the print bed, try pushing the tool closer to the print. This places the thicker part of the blade (closest to the handle) under the object and helps pry the part as a wedge. Rock the blade loose and repeat
If the print is jammed too tightly to be removed by a tool, you may need to slightly increase the initial nozzle height. The idea is to have the print firmly attached to the bed during the printing process, but the tool can still be used to remove it.

Package includes :
6*3D Print Removal Tools

Product Features

  • Enhanced 6 pack: It contains 6 sizes. You can choose the right one to help identify printed matter.
  • Thicker neck that does not bend easily: It takes a little harder to loosen stubborn prints, but it does not use any of your items as the print bed.
  • Amazing and Versatile: Although it is marketed as a 3D print removal tool, it is also great for removing stickers and scratching a small amount of thread because you do not have a flat bed and get stuck in bed and help remove the paint tape to leave Of the residue. Good removal of freshly printed parts
  • Durable and hard: Please note that this is not intended to pry off the print from the bed, just as with a putty knife. More to slide when printing and gliding, or you may be able to swipe the middle of the print and “cut” the print. It’s thin and fragile, it can get it under print, but not too fragile – it’s thick enough to be durable, assuming you’re not prizing it. This will surely ruin this tool. This tool is much better than trying to use something else
  • Yellow wooden handle tool Speeds removal of parts from print bed.

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