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Wednesday, September 2, 2015 3:05:29 AM America/Los_Angeles
3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional object from a digital file. The digital file, a three-dimensional design, is created using computer software. 3D printing is the member of the additive manufacturing (AM) family. Additive manufacturing is the process in which the object that needs to be printed is created by adding material to the object, layer by layer. The material is added till the final product is created.
While all 3D printers create objects using additive methods (the opposite of a CNC machine), different approaches exist to actually physically depositing the material. Now, let’s have a brief review of the most common 3D printing technologies:Read More
One case of how 3D printing filament manufacturer accelerated their delivery time with 3D printing technology
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 4:23:03 AM America/Los_Angeles
There is no doubt that 3D printing technology’s concept is good – it has many advantages than substractive manufacturing in some special applications. But we can see that the 3D printing technology was applied in limited fields and many 3D printing technology relative companies are struggling to survive. The root cause is partially due to the fact that the technology is not good enough now; also because 3D printing technology providers are lack of knowledge in target application fields.Read More
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 1:22:44 AM America/Los_Angeles
Well, here’s good news for everyone! Reprapper is going to offer 1000 rolls of Copper PLA for Free. Any registered user of our website (www.reprappertech.com) can get one roll of 250g copper PLA filament from our website for free, only shipping cost needed! For more people to try this metal filament, one account can only purchase one free roll of copper filament! Don’t miss this!
Copper PLA has become one of Reprapper’s most popular filaments since it was launched. This metal-filled PLA possesses the surface and smell of copper, which one would assume as pure metal filament. Many hobbyists like to use copper pla to print decorative or artistic works. Besides its special surface, copper pla is popular as: it prints just as easily as normal pla; the supporting parts of copper filament are easier to remove compared with pure PLA.
Do you want to create things special with this metal-filled filament? Well, don't miss this chance, register on our website (www.reprappertech.com), and get one free roll to test!
For any reviews of printing Reprapper’s copper pla, pls send email to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 3:51:42 AM America/Los_Angeles
Monday, August 3, 2015 11:47:32 PM America/Los_Angeles
With 3D printers, people can make things for themselves, for fun. Now more and more enthusiasts or makers share their designs on the Internet. Many creations are quite attractive that one may want to create some day. Recently, we came across this Bubble Bucket which aroused the memory of our childhood. What’s different is this is a much larger design which makes much more bubbles.
This bubble machine is so impressive by just looking at its picture. As the designer said “the machine has the ability to blow between 2,000 and 14,000 bubbles per minute. It includes 40 bubble wands, each including 6 ‘bubblers’. A full chain rotation is completed every 10 seconds, and typically between 1 and 10 bubbles are successfully formed per bubbler each time.” Can you image the view of the yard filled with multiple bubbles? Using this Bubble Bucket for fun must be awesome, not only for children, but also for adults.
Do you like bubble fun? Well, the designer Scratchhax shared the bubble bucket 3D files and also the assembly instructions for free on Thingiverse. For full news of this bubble machine, please view http://3dprint.com/84721/3d-printed-bubble-machine/.
Reprapper launches the world’s first skin-color filament series covering four skin colors – pink/black/beige/white
Monday, July 13, 2015 3:31:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
Although Reprapper Tech now offers many color options of filament, skin color is one that many customers said that they would expect. Some customers want to use filament with skin color to print something unique, like human body, or they can print their baby model. Knowing there is demand for this special color, Reprapper’s R&D department decided to develop a series of skin color filament.
Reprapper’s Skin Color Series include PLA and flexible filament, each with four colors – skin pink, skin black, skin beige and skin white. We offer four different colors so that people can pick the skin color they prefer. With this special color filament, makers can print something requiring a skin color.
For PLA skin color filament, it prints just as well as other Reprapper PLA filaments. We recommend to use 210°C as the print temperature (which still differs depending on printers). Heated bed is not needed when using blue tape to get better prints.
Here are the prints we tested using PLA skin color filament:
Flexible filament with skin color is another filament which some customers asked for. Some medical students or staff want to use this color filament to print human bodies for study & research. After some tests, the recommended temperature for printing Reprapper’s skin color flexible filament is 200°C (still differs among diverse 3d printers). There is no need for a heated bed, but blue tape can help to get good results.
View the tested prints we got here:
So do you like Reprapper’s skin color filament series? If interested, do not hesitate to have a try to create something with this unique color.
Thursday, June 4, 2015 9:17:47 PM America/Los_Angeles
When the Children’s day came, Reprapper Tech launched this new product — 3d pen filament, which is cut into sticks. Just like ballpoint pen refills, 3d pen filament sticks make it more convenient to draw.Read More
Saturday, May 9, 2015 2:47:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Last year, Reprapper had launched the 5000 Rolls 3D Printing Filament Donation Program to help NPO & Education Institutes. And at that time, we have helped many schools and organizations which use 3d printing for education or charitable programs.Read More