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sexta-feira, 9 de janeiro de 2015

Prevejam as vossas Impressões 3D! E uma Impressora 3D+Circuitos à venda , e Cube3 com o Filamento que queiram...

Atentem nesta oferta da Sculpteo!
Bem sei que é uma Empresa, a vender os seus serviços de Impressão, e são bem bons, mas ESTE, é grátis, basta abrirem uma conta lá, sem despesas nenhumas, importarem os vossos Objectos, e prevê-se lá, online, a aparência real do Objecto, depois de impresso...
É bom!
E ainda vem com um Dosier com todas as particularidades de cada um dos diferentes métodos de Impressão e Materiais.







Introducing FinalProof

Arthur.

To give life to the vision we have for online 3D printing, 2014 was all about empowering our users with one-click features to give them control over their 3D designs, preparing them for a successful print. Batch Control, Hollowing, Thickening and revamped Solidity Check features were launched. This year, we take it to the next level by introducing FinalProof, the first 3D printing simulator and the 3D Print Dossier.
The challenge faced by many 3D printing users is knowing if their 3D print will live up to what they have imagined. Like any other fabrication method, 3D printing has its own particularities such as surface texture or variable printing solidity depending on part-thickness, to name a few. For a detailed breakdown of these particularities when you’re about to order a 3D print, we’ve launched FinalProof and the 3D Print Dossier.








Pode-se imprimir toda uma máquina agora, estrutura e Circuitos Eléctricos, com outra Impressora, que já está à venda...
Com 2 Extrusores, um normal, outro para um Filamento condutor, este bicho faz a estrutura e a parte eléctrica, vocês inserem os chips e etc e a máquina acabe as Engenhocas!





Voxel8 Demonstrates Its Electronics-Capable 3D Printer at CES 2015
Mike Senese

Voxel8’s 3D printer is a game changer. The dual-head machine outputs plastic in standard FDM style, but also has a conductive paste extruder to allow you to create built-in electronic circuitry into your design. That’s right — 3D printable electronics.
Working with Autodesk, they’ve created software that allows you to specify your desired circuit pathways, as well as the location of the electronic components needed for it. Then it does something really slick: It automatically prints the appropriately sized cavity for the components (along with conductive traces), pauses to allow you to place the components into the spaces, and then continues printing, encapsulating them into the design.
At CES2015, the team demonstrated a fleet of micro quadcopters built using this technique. They’re currently taking preorders for the $9000 machine, and aim to be shipping later this year.









E já não estão limitados aos Filamentos da Cube, podem usar nessas Impressoras o que quizerem, com esta engenhosa Adaptação às màquinas que já têem:





Why purchase the Cube 3D Free device ?

Sold to more than 28 Countries, the CUBE 3D FREE device allows the use of alternative filaments on printers CUBE Gen 1, Gen 2, CubeX, duo, trio from Cubify. These devices allow to pay 12x lower prices than original materials.
Buy now the device,  and stop paying more  than USD 150.00 per Kg by original cartridges if you can pay since USD 15.00 by bulk filaments.

  









Numa louvável iniciativa de Peter Smith, podem ver Posts de toda a espécie de Blogs sobre Engenhocas, e Impressão 3D, nesta página do Facebook...
Até a minha! ;)



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