Wangdd22 3D Printer Accessories 4pcs/lot 38 Tooth Mold Steel Linear Extruder Filament Drive Gear for Planetary Gear Extruder


Inner diameter: 5mm
Outer diameter: 10.8mm
Height: 12mm
Teeth: 38 teeth

Mounting holes: M3

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4pcs 38 Tooth Mold Steel Linear

Product Features

  • 100%brand and new
  • CNC wire cutting.
  • Durable wear resistant.
  • Mold steel gear is a high-quality gear that have better effect than the brass ones.

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3D printer accessories 26 tooth feed gear feeding wire feeding wheel brass special extrusion wheel gear

Size: 11mm*11mm, (inner hole: 5mm, gear position: 7mm):Material: CopperWeight: 4GSpecific data: two M3 threadsGear outer diameter: 11mmNumber of teeth: 26 teeth3D printer suitable for makerb OT or 1.75mm printer

Product Features

  • High quality products
  • Usually 10 to 16 days to arrive.
  • High quality after-sales service

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3D Printer Accessories Aluminum Wheel Flange Timing Pulley 40 Tooth 2GT/GT2 Bore 5mm Belt Drive Pulley

(1)GT2 Timing pulley Features:
The GT2 pulley with 40 teeth or grooves is one of the best choices for 3d printer construction. Compared with the T2.5 or MXL
timing pulley, the GT2 pulley tooth profile is anti-backlash. Why? The rounded teeth of this tooth and belt are engaged together
longer providing a smoother transition between teeth. (Fit for reprap, Prusa, MendelMax)

(2)40 Teeth GT2 Timing Pulley Specs:
Type:40-2GT-6 BF
Teeth Number:40 teeth
Material:Aluminium Alloy
Fixed mode: 2* M4
Bore of Timing pulley:5mm
Teeth width:7mm
Fit for Width of timing belt:6mm

(3)Package Listing Includes as Follow:
10pcs x40Teeth GT2 Aluminum Pulley
20pcs x M4 setscrews
1pcs x Allen Key

Product Features

  • Product Name: GT2 Timing pulley;
  • 40 Teeth Trapezoidal Toothed; Timing Pulleys With Small Backlash; Suitable for Positioning;
  • High Accuracy Positioning; Fit For Reprap 3D printer Prusa Mendel CNC;
  • Teeth Number:40 teeth;Bore of Timing pulley:5mm
  • Package Listing Includes:10pcs GT2 Timing Pulley;

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3D Printer Extrusion Wheel 26 Tooth Gear Special Brass Wire Feed Wheel Gear,For DIY New 3D Printer Extruder,3PCS(1 set)

Product Features

  • Material: brass
  • Size: 0.43in * 0.43in, (inner hole: 0.2in, gear parts: 0.27in
  • Material: copper
  • Suitable for makerbot or 0.068 in material special structure of 3D printers
  • Package Included:3x3D Printer Extrusion Wheel

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Printing pearly whites: How a local orthodontist uses his 3D printer for tooth aligners

Hutta & Cook Orthodontics has enhanced an already progressive reputation with a 3D printer.

The practice uses the technology to make more detailed tooth aligners called Orchestrate aligners, an in-house alternative to Invisalign. Information is stored in a computer rather than a plaster mold and printed as needed.

“It has allowed me to work in the virtual world and treat before I start,” says J. Lawrence Hutta, DDS.

The process begins with the creation of an image of the mouth with a camera. After a plastic version is printed, the aligner can be built on it. The accuracy of the model translates into a well-fitting aligner.

Hutta has used the printer to improve upon, and even eradicate, some of the steps required to make an aligning appliance. One of the main benefits is the ability to complete the appliance in the office. This technology has also enabled Hutta to streamline his business between his two offices with the transportation of information instead of molds.

“We use the 3D printer in our office every day,” says Hutta. “This digital dentistry allows us to provide a service to our patients that speeds up production of the aligners while improving quality at a lower cost, so it’s quicker and less expensive than ever before.”

Hutta’s business model has attracted colleagues and patients alike. Hutta’s partner, Brandon Cook, DDS, joined the practice because of Hutta’s reputation for using innovative technology to treat patients. Jodi Meadows, an Orchestrate patient, is pleased with the product and the practice.

“I love the way that they are constantly keeping up on technology,” she says. “They want change.”

Hutta, who celebrates 30 years of practicing orthodontics this June, plans to stay cutting-edge.

“If you’ve taken the oath to provide the best for your patient, you have to invest in it,” he says.

Chloe Teasley is an intern for Columbus CEO.