HICTOP Ender 3D Printer DIY Kit with Heated Build Plate, Includes Micro SD card Printing size 59x59x78 inches


Net weight: 4.2KG
Loading weight: 5.5kg
Printing size: 150×150×200mm
Machine size: 300*330*540mm
Packing size: 445*400*115mm
Filament: PLA/ABS/Soft rubber/wood Etc.
Filament diameter: 1.75mm
Nozzle diameter: default 0.4mm, support 0.3 / 0.2mm
Speed: 100mm/s
Accuracy: ±0.1mm
Working mode: Online or SD offline
Printing thickness: 0.1-0.4 adjustable
Voltage: 12V
Rated power: 120W
Actual power: 100W
Power requirement: 110-240V input: 12V output
File Format: STL,OBJ, JPG, PNG, Gcode
Operating page: English
Drawing interface: English
Software: Cura,Repetier-Host,simplify3D
Operating system: WIN, XP, MAC, Linux, Vista

Product Features

  • EASY ASSEMBLY: Most 3d printer parts are pre-assembled well before shipping, it will need about 1 hour to build it up.
  • PRINTING SIZE: Prints max size of 150X150X200mm/59x59x78 inches. Very cute for children use
  • EASY WIRING: Wires are already connected to the control board & cables are also attached, easy for wiring.
  • SUPPORT FOR ALL FILAMENT TYPES: It is not only support PLA, but also support ABS, wood, TPU etc. There is a bottle of glue comes with the 3d printer, it is good for ABS filament stick to the hot bed.
  • VALID CUSTOMER SERVICE: Hictop offers life time after sales service, You could contact us at any time for any help.

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BuMat ABSFG-E Elite ABS Filament 1.75mm 1kg 2.2lb Printing Material Supply Spool for 3D Printer, Fluorescent Green

BuMat Elite Filament is the best, safest, and most consistent filament for your 3D Printer. This is the highest quality components for producing successful 3D print. It is compatible with all 1.75mm Printer like Flash Forge USA, RepRap, Rapman, Makerbot, BFB 3000, Rostock, Ultimaker Printrbot, Makibox, Buccaneer, Kossel, Mendel and many other printers.

Product Features

  • 1.75mm ABS at 2.2 lb. (1KG)
  • User defined melting temperature at between 190 – 220 C
  • Diameter of the filament: 1.75mm
  • Easy to use and performs well on most prints
  • Air Tight Sealed in a plastic bag

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3D Printing for Parenting

What is it? Think Parenting Needs.

Did you take a guess? Well,  I’ll tell you what it isn’t.

It doesn’t have moving parts. It doesn’t have complex geometry. It doesn’t push the envelope.  It doesn’t make people ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’.

At GoEngineer, you’ll find a number of 3D Printed parts, projects, and experiments.  The best ones are created by our 3D Printing magicians.  They feed the machine an STL file and out comes an assembly that can fold laundry for you.  You’ll also find really mundane 3D printed items, such as our material swatches, but we need those to do our job.

Before you read any further, let’s set the expectation…my project is just slightly SLIGHTLY more interesting than material swatches.

Let me tell you what happened.

I once took my 2-year-old twins to Stride Rite to get fitted for shoes.  The journey was like enduring a nightmare with my eyes open.  They were moving in two different directions, licking the window, and helping themselves to shoes that are twice as big as their feet.  I was the mom in the room receiving side-eye from normal moms.  I was the one that can’t control her kids.  It was joyful.  It was then that I realized I suffer from a chronic condition called Mommy’s-About-to-Lose-It.  I tucked each kid under my arms and bolted.  Thanks to aerodynamics, they were carried horizontal, so that increased my Lift and allowed me to exit faster.

Unfortunately, I still don’t know their shoe size.  Surely I can’t be the only mom with this problem.

Attempting a project

I decided to download a few online shoe size charts and make a shoe sizer.

Shoe Sizer

Figure 1 Shoe Size Chart, uneven spacing

Turns out these sizes are not technically evenly spaced.

  1. That’s weird.
  2. That’s inconvenient. I was really hoping to throw a linear pattern on and be done with it.

And then I had to do some WIKI-ing.  Wikipedia said something about barleycorn units – whaaaaa?

The barleycorn is an old English unit that equates to  13 inch (8.47 mm). This is the basis for current UK and US shoe sizes, with the largest shoe size taken as twelve inches (a size 12) i.e. 30.5 cm, and then counting backwards in barleycorn units, so a size 11 is 11.67 inches or 29.6 cm

Because I don’t speak barleycorn, I complied with the chart that has actual numbers on it, and sacrificed even spacing.  This is painful to the average engineer, but hooray to Ordinate Dimensioning for the win!

How I did it

I needed a normal-looking footprint, so I stole one from Google images and inserted it as a Sketch Picture.  I rotated it a little bit to my liking and then I just grabbed the spline tool and went to town sketching over it.

Then I added the horizontal sketch lines, adhering to the chart measurements.  This was not tedious at all. [insert sarcasm]

I added the sketch text and did an Extrude Boss – Thin, Mid-Plane to evenly divide the material.

Finally, I added the heel which needs to lie beneath the origin point of my size measurements.

And of course, I need a keyhole to hang it on the wall.

Interested in printing this for yourself? Submit your info and we’ll get a file over to you.

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Prototype Supply 1.75mm HIPS Silver 3D Printing Filament, 1kg (2.2 pounds)

Prototype Supply C1 series 3D printing filament – for demanding FDM applications

3D Printer operators looking for high-quality printed objects with better dimensional control, excellent layer adhesion, and a wide selection of colors are using Prototype Supply C1 3D printing filament.

Prototype Supply C1 filament is made especially for the needs of professional-quality 3D printing:

  • Manufactured specifically for use with 3D printers, not industrial plastic welding.
  • High dimensional stability for improved accuracy.
  • Excellent melt and adhesion properties.
  • Wide spool diameter for straighter filament.
  • Wide selection of colors to choose from.

HIPS 1.75mm

Compatible with:

  • Makerbot Replicator 2X, Replicator, and Thing-o-Matic w/ Mk7 Stepstruder
  • Afinia H-Series
  • Up! Mini, Plus, and Plus2
  • Solidoodle Model 3, Model 2
  • MakerGear M2
  • Most other printers with 1.75mm extruder with a heated print bed.

HIPS filament can be used for general printing or as dissolvable support (using d-Limonene as solvent)

Product Features

  • Color: Silver
  • Material: HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene)
  • Net weight: 1 kg (2.2 pounds)
  • Opacity: Semi-Opaque
  • Diameter: 1.75 mm

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