Someone should tell Dorothy to pack up her ruby slippers because there’s a new ruby extruder in town. European 3D printer distribution company 3DVerkstan has just launched the new Olsson Ruby 3D printer nozzle, capable of printing new abrasive materials. The new 3D printer part, which was unveiled today is available for purchase in the United States and across Europe at certain resellers.
Industrial 3D printer manufacturer 3D Platform has just released their new SurePrint Servo Motor Upgrade Package for their large format 3DP1000 3D printer. The new upgrade package offers new and existing customers the option to produce 3D printed parts with a much higher level of print detail, faster printing speeds and higher print accuracy than was possible with the printer’s existing stepper motors. The new servo motors offer advanced mechatronics and improved motor control that will produce more highly accurate and detailed 3D printed parts faster than ever before.
My wife can tell you that I get no pleasure out of saying “I told you so,” except when it comes to psychic-like predictions about the future of global trends or technology. In the case of rumors that the iPhone 7 Plus will have a 3D camera, I can happily say, “I told you so.” MacRumors has obtained a research note from reliable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stating that the “iPhone 7 Plus” could feature dual rear cameras for 3D imaging
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Smartphone-based 3D printer uses LCD light to cure resin
Many of the 3D printers out on the market today need light to help the resin used for printing objects to cure. A group of researchers in Taiwan have created a smartphone-based 3D printer that some think has the chance of revolutionizing the 3D printing market.
The smartphone-based 3D printer is reportedly far along in the development process and was built with students from the lab of Professor Jeng Ywam-Jeng, a professor of mechanical engineering at Taiwan Tech. The printer is called the Taiwan Tech phone printer and it is able to use the light from the screen of any smartphone or tablet to cure resin layer by layer.
The printer places a vat of a special resin on top of a smartphone or similar device. The light then cures the resin on a metal print bed that is held above the vat. As the layers cure, the z-axis platform raises up until the full print is complete.
The team of researchers also create the special resin that can be hardened by visible light rather than needing UV or laser to cure. The printer doesn’t need to be enclosed in a dark box and in tests the team has been able to achieve layer thickness of about 100 microns.
SOURCE: 3D Printing Industry
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