As stated in Part 10 of taking apart the printer I had made so far, and after months of thinking, well a bit more than that… I download the printable parts of the Hypercube from Thingiverse and then imported them into SketchUp. So piece by piece I would put together a virtual 3D Printer together in … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 12 – Re Construction
As you start to learn there are things that you get very sure of as truth, then as time goes by in study, then real truths become revealed. … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 11 – Hidden Details
Build cost for this section $0.00 Build Time / Think Time – Out Laddish The last post in May 2017 I said I was waiting for fund to continue… Well after my internet got cut-off I couldn’t post anymore. But that did not stop me from studying about 3 D Printing, looking up prices on parts, … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 10 – The Re-Design
I also believe that 3D printing will help me continue to learn and grow my mind with a good bit of fun thrown in. … More What Do You Need A 3D Printer For?
I remember watching knee replacement surgery with my Mom many years ago now, It was funny because my father could not watch it, he would get sick. HAHA, It was very interesting to me but I never pursued any career path that direction. I personally have never had to get an MRI, just an X-RAY … More 3D Medical Software For Your Research and Learning
Here is a post I found from 3ders.org A China company built a 3D Printer to print houses. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20140625-china-building-world-largest-3d-printer-to-construct-houses.html And… WASP The Italian company has created the world’s largest building a 3D printer – Big Delta. The dimensions of the device are 12 meters high and 6 meters in diameter. Visit http://www.wasproject.it to learn more. Note … More Big 3D Printers With A 12m X 12m X 12m Build Area Yes That’s Meters
Home stretch to the finish line. … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 9 – The Extruder
It is the chicken and the egg, which come first? The mount or the printer. … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 8 – X-Axis Carriage
This is the continuation of my attempt to build a 3D printer with a minimum budget of around $400 using new and recycled parts.
Here is a great trick to help you in the life of your projects. Have it not work right away. … More Construction Of A DIY 3D Printer Part 6 – Y-Axis Testing