RepRap: Blog: Still Extruding: RepRap Price Points

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In this video I covered what a very basic RepRap would look like (The Pink one), a "normal" RepRap would look like (Black one), and what a full out obsessive build would look like (The White MakerGear Prusa). RepRap: Blog.

DIY 3d printed tray for professional pick and place machine

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Parker Dillmann needed a custom tray for electronic components to be served to his DP2006-2 Madell pick and place machine, so he designed them and 3d printed them on MakerGear M2 in PLA.

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Both of those technologies rely on extruding a heated plastic filament from a nozzle which creates a model layer by layer in varying layer thicknesses. Makergear M2 (Intermediate). MAKERGEAR M2 has a good precision, quality of prints, build and customer support.

RepRap: Blog: Sourcing a 3d Printer

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Motors, electronics, RP (Plastic Parts), and Hardware: These parts are not hard to find, and no matter where you are in the world you can have them shipped to you. RP (Plastic Parts). The availably of plastic parts has seen a real dramatic shift in availably in the last year.

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Best Workhorse 3D Printers: The Most Reliable 3D Printers

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MakerGear M2. The frame is made of aluminum, making the MK3 more stable and durable than cheap open-frame 3D printers with a plastic frame. MakerGear M2. When it comes to the most reliable 3D printers on the market, the MakerGear M2 is one of the most recommended.

RepRap: Blog: Announcing AMRI: Advanced Manufacturing.

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Anderson Ta - "Digital light projection (DLP) photolithography of plastics and hydrogels". We have secured sponsorship so far from Rice University , Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) , Ultimachine , Ultimaker , MakerGear , and SeeMeCNC. RepRap: Blog.

RepRap: Blog: 0.01 Layer Height on a Prusa Mendel

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layer height will not be possible, just because the feed rate would actually be too low, and the retractions would cause you to repeatedly go over the same piece of plastic, causing the plastic to shred. plastic and Slic3r repeating this stunt should not be that hard.

NumberSix's 3D Printing Blog: Does insulating the heater block.

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6 comments: Len Trigg October 15, 2013 at 5:06 PM I have been using Makergear hotends forever, and it's standard practise for them to be insulated with a cool [sic] stretchy rubber coated fiberglass insulation. If anything it would make things worse by making the plastic more fluid.

Best Home and Entry level 3D Printers

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Plastic-made frame. There are also products with an independent dual extruder system – like the BCN3D Sigmax and the MakerGear M3-ID – where the extruders move independently from each other. The MakerGear M3-ID, for example, retails for a whopping $3,000.