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Orthopedic Tutor 3D Printed in Polypropylene 30% glass fiber
No warpage
No delamination
- melt 240°C
- bed 90°C
- medium speed
- 0,2 mm layer height
- 30% infill
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOI5LkyGhrc&feature=youtu.be
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Gary Anderson

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3D Printed Circuit Boards using Graphene Filament from Graphene 3D Lab
3D Printed Circuit Boards using Graphene 3D Lab (GGG.V) (GPHBF) Graphene-Enhanced Filaments.
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Walid Gandoza

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THE FUTURE OF 3D IMAGERY
3D computer graphics

It seems like only yesterday that Nintendo unveiled the Super NES and we all marveled at the amazing graphics. I can remember discussing all the crisp, clean colors and pictures with my friends and thinking the video game developers would never be able to top those graphics. To think about it today, it’s actually funny how wrong I was.

The Sega Saturn was actually the first 32 bit gaming system to feature 3D graphics. It was released in November of 1994 and it was head and shoulders beyond anything else available on the market. Unfortunately, the Sony PlayStation came just one month later and squashed the Sega in the United States and worldwide. Though the Sega did sell more than 9 million units across the globe, it paled in comparison to the more than 100 million units moved by Sony.

In 1996, Nintendo released its third home gaming system, the Nintendo 64, and the 3D revolution was on. It was obvious from the first time any of us saw a 3D Mario running across the screen, in Super Mario 64, that computer graphics had completely altered the way video games were designed. Although Sega is no longer a player in the video game system market, they were usually the first to develop new products. I still remember 1999 like it was yesterday when the Dream-cast debuted and blew everyone’s expectations away. The 128 bit graphics were so life like and it was obvious that the 3D models which went into creating the games were extremely difficult to put together. The facial expressions and life like details were major factors in Sega’s ability to sell more than 225,000 units in the US within 24 hours of releasing the world’s first 128 bit system.

As time has gone on, 3d video game and computer graphics have become less about bits and more about the processors which handle said bits. This may be a difficult concept to understand initially but think about this metaphor. Let’s say the processor is like the coach of the Baltimore Ravens and the players are like the graphics. John Harbaugh was able to guide that team to a Super Bowl victory. However, if I would have been the coach of that team, they would have probably gone 0-16 and they certainly wouldn’t be the world champions.

CGI and other such technological advancements have vastly improved entertainment from video games to the movies that generate billions for Hollywood. The games and 3D graphics are so realistic now it has become difficult to tell whether a real NASCAR race is taking place or if someone is simply playing a video game.

The future of 3 dimensional imagery is as bright as ever and the ability to manipulate pixels has become a very lucrative trade. We’ll just have to hold our collective breath and see what new games and movies are produced next to blow us away.
 
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just produced
Filament PEEK 1.75 mm tolerance roundness and diameter 5/100
Now, we start beta test print
http://www.slideshare.net/Corinaldesi69/175-mm-peek-3d-printing-filament
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Wax Filament for FFF 3D Printing
- 150°C printing temperature
- low warpage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0OgNdR3-d4
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I helped to print in 3D a wonderful job! +Dmitri Dubyaga  my friend and Colleges. Meet brotherbear-of-steel, #fallout   #falloutstyle   he created the 3D model within 14 days. I printed it for 36 hours on 3D printer #ultimaker2   and pla #rec. 5 days later, Dmitry painted by hand with acrylic paints
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Amit Arora

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One of the Cheapest 3d printer now available for pre order !! http://bit.ly/1LQc0dz #3Dprinting @PeachyPrinter
Peachy 3D Printer kit now available for pre order but not without some changes to the orignal design.
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BotBQ

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After 52 revisions... I finally have my own summary of the #3dfoodprintingconference  all ready for your enjoyment.

I really can't thank +3D Printing Event (Jakajima) and Mr. +Pieter Hermans enough for having me there.  

It was really a fun and inspiring time and I can see many people who were in attendance having a big impact on the future of #3DFP  

Prost!

#3dfoodprinting   #3dprintedfood   #foodprinting   #foodie   #foodhack  
We went to the 1st ever 3D Food Printing Conference hosted by Jakajima. Read this to find out who will be making an impact in 3DFP in the near future!
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Air Intake Pipe 3D Printed in Polypropylene 30% Glass Fiber
Printing Parameters:
- 0,2 mm layer height
- medium speed
- 0,5 mm steel nozzle
- 40°C bed temp
- 245°C melt temp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnfWfLDDeYI&feature=youtu.be
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Liz Havlin

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Did you back Cobblebot and need assistance with assembly and calibration?  Join us here: https://groups.google.com/d/forum/cobblebot-tech-support
Google Groups allows you to create and participate in online forums and email-based groups with a rich experience for community conversations.
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at the end the pieces are chromed
ABS CHROMIUM FILAMENT
0,1 mm layer print
high speed printing (more 80 mm/sec)
sanded parts, no smoothed
used standard galvanic chromium bath for plastic chromium treatment.
http://www.slideshare.net/Corinaldesi69/abs-chromium-3d-printing-filament
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Walid Gandoza

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OVERVIEW OF 3D MOVIES AND 3D EXPERIENCE

A 3D movie is a type of movie that requires glasses to be watched by the viewer. When a viewer wears the 3D glasses while watching the movie the viewer can see some characters and actions are just right in front of them. It is rumored that the first 3D movies first appeared in the year 1915. The first successful 3D movie that was full length called “power of love” premiered in 1922. The main characters were Elliot Sparling and Barbara Bedford.

When you decide to watch a movie in 3D the experience is always exhilarating because you feel that you are part of the action. When you wear the 3D glasses while watching a movie in 3D it makes you get carried away like the scene is just right in front of you. This is quite contrasting with watching the conventional movies because with the conventional movies you are just there watching what is happening but you don’t get the feeling that the action is right in front of you. In 3D movies the images appear real which is really fulfilling.

 Movies that are not 3D can be played on 3D TVs because some 3D players or TVs are capable of converting non-3D movies to 3D movies. The only thing is that some movies are always not so good when converted to 3D. When you are going to a 3D movie theatre you will be required to wear 3D glasses for you to be able to get the 3D experience. Without the glasses you will not be able to experience the 3D effect of the movie, it will be like you are watching a 2D movie.
If you like watching 3D movies you can opt to buy a 3D TV. 3D TV is expensive but it could help you save a lot particularly if you are the type of a person who likes watching 3D movies in theatres. 3D TVs are now available that are quite similar with the cinemas. Some people who have watched movies on 3D TVs however have complained of feeling dizzy and not being able to get much content as compared to watching movies on the regular TVs. Some people also have complained of images on 3D TVs to be appearing darker.

Because watching movies in 3D makes someone feel like the action is occurring right in front of them, 3D movies that are horrific are not ideal for children. Children who watch such types of movies on 3D TVs might end up really scared to ever want to watch movies again. The other disadvantage of 3D TVs is that they are really expensive and only those who are privileged have the chance to buy them. When you want to watch a 3D movie either at a theatre or on 3D TV you will need the 3D glasses. Without the glasses you will not be able to experience the 3D effect of the movie that you are watching. On average 3D movies are really fun to watch as compared to the conventional movies.

 
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New Filament PC EVO 1
200x260x10 mm Frame Warpage Test
- 0,2 layer heigh
- high speed printing
- 30% infill
- 3 perimeters
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFI6ohj-bsQ&feature=youtu.be
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New PC EVO 1 Filament
easy printing also with Prusa I3
no delaminatio and warpage problem
no humidity problem
high speed printing
high mechanical resistance, much more ABS and POLYAMIDE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9tS9arG6co
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+René Jurack Could you print this Frame in ABS without warpage?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFI6ohj-bsQ
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3D printing cranberry juice icicle rubber mould
Printing parameters:
- 0,25 layer height
- 2 bottom layer
- high speed printing spiral vase
- 0,4 mm nozzle
food safe rubber filament


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc8Ghpy2gL4
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High soft polyamide 3D printing filament (Shore D 25)
Parts printing parameters:
- one perimeter
- hot bed 80°C
- 230°C melt temeprature
- medium/high speed as PLA
- no warpage
- no delamination
- food and medical approved

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3WQ8PEqyKY
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Build your own customized balancing robot and gain first hand experience in Programming, Robotics, and 3D Design.
Socially Shaped is raising funds for 3D Printed Educational Robotic Platform Roby on Kickstarter! Build your own customized balancing robot and gain first hand experience in Programming, Robotics, and 3D Design.
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Gary Anderson

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Social Commerce Group SE Offers Novel 3D Printing Service, Begins Trading in Germany
Social Commerce Group SE began trading on the Xetra exchange in Germany last week and has a business model that features a novel use of 3D printing.
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