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quarta-feira, 16 de novembro de 2011

Impressão 3D para todos?

Impressão 3D para todos?
...Ao menos, parece que sim!
Estéreo-Litografia, eis a tecnologia que este modelo de Impressora 3D usa;
Uma impressora 3D que se constrói em casa,  tem uma qualidade de acabamento ímpar, não usa nenhuma ferramenta que se estrague com facilidade, não cria cheiros, nem porcaria, o que é porreiro para agradar às Patroas!
Bacano como o caraças, mais um achado do Blog da Ponoko...

Vejam o Vídeo com atenção, que a peça é pequena e transparente...



Build a 3D printer at home (really)

Detailed instructions for a Stereolithographic 3D printer on Instructables.

Rob Hopeless has posted an Instructable showing how to build a Stereolithographic 3D printer at home as part of the Instructables contest to win an Epilog Laser cutter. If you read through the tutorial, I think you’ll agree that he is a serious contender in the competition.

He went all out on this Instructable. There is a parts list, including companies who sell every part, plenty of photos at every step, downloadable files for a CNC (ok, so you probably can’t do this part at home), and 3D diagrams explaining the assembly.

The advantage of stereolithography over the extrusion used by printers like the Makerbot and RepRap, is the relative ease of achieving extremely high quality prints. The downside is the UV-sensitive resin required to run the printer is quite expensive at around $200 per liter.




Não um projecto faça-você-mesmo, mas um de encomendar,  e um projecto de extrusão, eis um projecto que convence, impressão em grande, rápida, e de alta qualidade.
Isso é bom!



Ultimaker: the new standard for DIY 3D printers?


Large, quick, high-quality prints. What’s not to like?

Ultimaker kits only started shipping in May 2011, but it has already gained a loyal following. Most recently, a dozen or so local hobbyists brought their Ultimakers to the 3D Printing Event during Dutch Design Week just to show them off (images below).

And who can blame them? The Ultimaker has a large build area and produces high quality prints remarkably fast. If that’s not enough, it’s open source (due to the fact that it’s an offshoot of the RepRap family). The only downside seems to be the fact that it’s somewhat more expensive than its most similar competitor, the Makerbot Thing-O-Matic, at 1200 euros (~$1625 right now) compared to $1299.

http://blog.ponoko.com/2011/11/16/ultimaker-the-new-standard-for-diy-3d-printers/

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