3D Pen/Printer Filament Refills | 1.75mm PLA Material |20 Colors, 400Feet,4 Glow In Dark Color | for Creative Printing- Smoother and Safer For Kids &The Best As A Gift by 3Destiny

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  1. We have been selling 3D products since 3D businesses has begun. We work carefully while choosing raw materials for best quality.
  2. Our company has the most advanced 3D consumables extruder and high-end laser diameter measuring instrument. The whole production process is controlled by computer.
  3. We have strict quality control system to ensure a good product quality.
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  • Why PLA?
  1. The main benefit of PLA is that easy to print and therefore better suited for parts with fine details.
  2. PLA can print sharper corners and features compared to ABS.
  3. The thermoplastic is also more pleasent on the nose as the sugar-based material smells slightly sweet when heated opposed to the hars smell often associated with ABS.
  4. PLA features a far lower melting point than ABS.
  5. PLA can achieve a superior level of printing detail and is less prone to errors while printing.
  • Spesifications:

Material: PLA(Polylactic Acid)

Diameter:1.75mm

Printing Temperature: 356-410?(180-210?)

Quantity: 20Colors/20ft each. 4 of them glowing in the dark.

Package: Vacuumed Sealed Package; Every color in the sealed bags. It protects the product from humidity. It’s so important for the material.

Product Features

  • More Flexible And Durable Like Your Mind To Transfer Your Ideas To Real Life

  • Extreme Quality Pla Material by 3Destiny and More Enduring For Breaking And Heatness

  • 20 Colors,4 Glow In Dark, Total 400 Feet With Vacuum Bag Protects From Moisture

  • Our 1.75 mm 3d pen filaments refills are Anti Toxic And Unscented So Kids Can Use Them Safely. PLA is a biodegradable thermoplastic, It is Suitable For Recycling

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Wood PLA Filament 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament 2.2 lbs Wooden Color Material 1 KG Spool

Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.05 mm
Net Weight: 1000g
Recommended Printing Temp: 195 – 230 °C
Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 60 mm/s
Heated Bed: ~ 65 °C

Reference suggestion:
1) higher printing temperature according to different machines.
2) slow printing speed, especially when printing the lower layer of the model,speed not more than 30mm/s.
3) The baseboard needs to be heated about 45 degrees.
4) Please setting a higher print filling rate.

Product Features

  • Wood 3D Printer Filament
  • 1KG ( 2.2 LBS ) Spool
  • Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant

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Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market 2018 – Systems, Keyence, ExOne, Voxeljet

The Global Material Jetting 3D Printing Market 2018 research report offers comprehensive, extensive and insightful analysis of the immediate state of Material Jetting 3D Printing market based on data from across the major Material Jetting 3D Printing industry regions including North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and others.

In the first part, the study deals with the complete overview of the Material Jetting 3D Printing market, which consists of definitions, a wide range of statements, kinds and an entire Material Jetting 3D Printing industry chain structure. It also contains details about the ambitious landscape of Material Jetting 3D Printing market, Material Jetting 3D Printing market expansion history and important development drifts presented by Material Jetting 3D Printing market. Material Jetting 3D Printing Market introduces more extensive guidelines for high growth potential industries professional survey with industry analysis.

Material Jetting 3D Printing market segment by companies: 3D Systems
Keyence
ExOne
Voxeljet
Optomec
Addwii
Vader Systems
Xjet
Zhuhai CTC Electronic
Xaar

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As the report advances, it explains development plans and policies, production processes, cost structures of Material Jetting 3D Printing market as well as the key and top players. The report focuses on aspects like company profile, product images, supply chain relationship, import/export specifications of Material Jetting 3D Printing Market, market statistics, upcoming improvement plans, Material Jetting 3D Printing Market gains, Contact details, and Consumption ratio.

The report also presents Material Jetting 3D Printing market research findings in segments of types and applications as below:

Material Jetting 3D Printing market segment by types:
Plastics
Polypropylene
HDPE
PS
PMMA
PC
ABS
Others

Material Jetting 3D Printing market segment by applications:
Medical
Industrial Tools
Automotive Industry
Chemical Materials
Others

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• Chapter 1 describes Material Jetting 3D Printing market overview, product scope, market survey, business opportunities, market risk, industry driving force;
• Chapter 2 examines the top companies of Material Jetting 3D Printing market, with sales, revenue, and price of Material Jetting 3D Printing, in 2017 and 2018;
• Chapter 3 illustrates the ambitious situation among the top companies, with sales, earnings and market share in 2017 plus 2018;
• Chapter 4 details the global Material Jetting 3D Printing market by regions, with sales, revenue and market share of Material Jetting 3D Printing, for each region, from 2013 to 2018;
• Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 explain the key regions, with sales, revenue and share of key nations and regions of the Material Jetting 3D Printing market.
• Chapter 10 and 11 reveals the Material Jetting 3D Printing market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2013 till 2018;
• Chapter 12 includes Material Jetting 3D Printing market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2018 to 2025;
• Chapter 13, 14 and 15 describe Material Jetting 3D Printing sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, research findings and conclusion, appendix and data source

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LEE FUNG 1.75mm PLA 3D Printing Filament Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm 2.2 LB Spool DIY Material Tools (Transparent)

Bright and smooth surface – This filament has strong toughness and uniform in color
Environmental Friendly Material – Made of PLA (Polylactic Acid), can be biodegraded, this material is toxic-free and harmless to human
High Purity – low shrinkage rate, can be used in priting any size of models without warping
Perfect for DIY lovers to design christmas or birthday gifts to your children, families, friends, and lovers, also good for business use to design a model

SPECIFICATION:

– Filament Material: PLA (Polylactic Acid)
– Net Weight: About 2.20 lb (1kg)
– Shipping Weight: About 2.98 lb (1.35kg)
– Filament Diameter: 1.75mm (±0.05mm)
– Recommended extruder temperature:374-446℉ (190-230℃)
– Recommended platform temperature: 104-140℉ (40 – 60℃)
– Spool Type: Plastic Spool
– Spool Diameter: About 7.87 inch (20cm)
– Spool Width: About 2.28 inch (5.8cm)
– Spool Height: 2.76 inch (7cm)
– Spool Hub Hole: About 2.09 inch (5.3cm)
– Test Report: MSDS,FDA, ROHS,EN71-19,17PHTHALATE,REACH
– Package Type: Vacuum package

Product Features

  • Bright and smooth surface – This filament has strong toughness and uniform in color
  • Environmental Friendly Material – Made of PLA (Polylactic Acid), can be biodegraded, this material is toxic-free and harmless to human
  • High Purity – low shrinkage rate, can be used in priting any size of models without warping
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Tolerance: ± 0.05mm), recommended print temperature: 374-446℉(190-230℃), Spool Diameter: 7.87inch, Spool Height: 2.83inch
  • High Compatibility – Suitable for FDM 3D printer, like Makerbot, Ultimaker, Mbot Cube, UP plus, Mendel, Prusa, series, etc

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Novel Approach to Optimizing Soft Material 3D Printing Detailed in New Research Paper

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When it comes to 3D printing materials, from metals and self-folding plastics to biomaterials like soft tissue, the researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) know their stuff. Now, a research team from the university’s College of Engineering has created a novel approach to optimizing soft material 3D printing, which can be tricky due to the fact that many parameters can affect the final product, such as the consistency of the gel bath an object is printed in, how fast the 3D print head moves, and the concentrations of each material.

Most experimental designs or optimization models will focus on the few parameters deemed most important to the particular print, but it can be tough to adapt these models for experimental materials, as the 3D printing characteristics are often not well-known.

“When 3-D printing thermoplastics, if you have just five or 10 main print parameters and want to explore, say, five levels of each, a factorial design can result in millions of possible combinations of settings to print. The combinations become even more daunting when exploring an experimental material whose print characteristics are unknown,” said Sara Abdollahi, a CMU biomedical engineering PhD student. “For example, if the experimental material has 20 print parameters with five levels, the experimenter can have trillions of combinations of print settings to explore.”

The research team, which consists of Abdollahi, assistant professor of engineering and public policy Alexander Davis, CMU’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences Professor John H. Miller, and Adam Feinberg, associate professor of biomedical engineering and materials science and engineering, published a paper on their work, titled “Expert-guided optimization for 3D printing of soft and liquid materials,” in PLOS One. The paper demonstrates their new Expert-Guided Optimization (EGO) method, which was designed to optimize high quality, soft material 3D prints.

Using the EGO found optimum to 3D print epoxy and PDMS in complex geometries. L-R: 3D prints with standard PLA, epoxy, and PDMS.

The abstract reads, “Here, we developed an expert-guided optimization (EGO) strategy to provide structure in exploring and improving the 3D printing of liquid polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) elastomer resin. EGO uses three steps, starting first with expert screening to select the parameter space, factors, and factor levels. Second is a hill-climbing algorithm to search the parameter space defined by the expert for the best set of parameters. Third is expert decision making to try new factors or a new parameter space to improve on the best current solution. We applied the algorithm to two calibration objects, a hollow cylinder and a five-sided hollow cube that were evaluated based on a multi-factor scoring system. The optimum print settings were then used to print complex PDMS and epoxy 3D objects, including a twisted vase, water drop, toe, and ear, at a level of detail and fidelity previously not obtained.”

Images of the PDMS 3D prints made using the S3D CAD slicer to determine toolpath. [Image: CMU]

The researchers use a 3D printing method known as freeform reversible embedding (FRE), where soft materials are deposited in a gel support bath. As previously mentioned, while typical models and designs only focus on a few select 3D printing parameters, the EGO method can quickly and efficiently rule out any ineffective combinations. It pairs expert judgment with an efficient optimization algorithm to find combinations that will result in optimal, high-fidelity 3D prints for experimental, soft materials.

For the purposes of the paper, the researchers demonstrated their EGO method using liquid polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) elastomer resin. PDMS is also known as silicone rubber, and is often used in medical devices and wearable sensors.

The team’s innovative EGO method could even extend beyond 3D printing soft materials to multiple engineering processes, and has the potential to be used as a systematic tool for discovering important parameters that lead to high-quality, reproducible, novel materials.

Davis explained, “The purpose of EGO is to create an effective search algorithm that explicitly combines both expert knowledge and traditional search algorithms. Typically we think of machine learning being useful for big data, but EGO works in situations when we have little or no data and need to rely on expert judgment, then through a combination of search algorithms and the expert’s knowledge, effectively transition from small to big data.”

Parameter spaces for 3D printing soft materials using FRE. Five parameter spaces determine the 3D print outcome: physical parameters, printer hardware, model design, model geometry, and print parameters. These last three are inputs used by the slicer algorithm to determine the extruder toolpath and material deposition rate. Print parameters and physical parameters are considered throughout the EGO strategy. The printer hardware and model properties (design and geometry) are relatively time intensive to alter quickly and are often preset as design criteria.

The EGO model is made up of three steps, starting with a human expert choosing the initial set of parameters – this gives the algorithm its search boundaries. A hill-climbing algorithm then searches within these boundaries for any positive combinations of the selected parameters, which will result in a local optimum.

Then, the expert will evaluate this local optimum, and determine whether or not to change the search process by adding additional parameters, or to keep searching within the original boundaries. This three-step process will repeat until the algorithm finds an ideal solution.

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[Sources: CMU, Devdiscourse]