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Last edit: 01.Jun.2020, 11:24h

Continuum Gaming: Special Episode 210

At the moment it is a bit difficult to print with my new resin based 3d printer, because printing unfortunately consumes a lot of isopropanol. Why is this a problem? Isopropanol is one of the best disinfectants and is used in practically every surface disinfectant and also in many hand disinfectants. ...
 
Last edit: 17.Apr.2020, 17:32h

Breathing mask from the 3d printer

A company from Baden-Württemberg called "Cast Solut" has developed a respirator that can be produced by injection moulding and that reduces the use of filter material to about 1/5 of a normal respirator. Well done one can only say. Of course things get even better if you can download the 3d data ...
 
Last edit: 08.Mar.2020, 01:21h

Jewellery from the DLP printer Elegoo Mars

I am still at the beginning with the DLP printer but I have already found some nice ways to use it... Here for example for some small necklaces as little birthday presents: As expected, the resolution is very, very high, especially considering the size of the printed parts. More of this will ...
 
Last edit: 23.Feb.2020, 19:20h

The basic equipment for a resin printer like the Elegoo Mars

While FDM printing can pass practically next to the desk, with UV resin-based printing you have to take safety precautions and also carry out a washing and curing process after printing. On the following picture you can see the different tools and aids I use for this: From left to right: ...
 
Last edit: 16.Feb.2020, 02:31h

The Elegoo Mars: The new guy in town

After my MarkBot Replicator 2 and 2x (both Fused Deposition Modelling printers), I now have a new 3d printer - but this time a Digital Light Processing (DLP) printer. A DLP printer is something completely different from a FDM printer, because here, plastic is not melted and stacked on top of each ...
 
Last edit: 03.Aug.2019, 19:40h

Revised: The smaller version or how the design evolves

It’s been a while since I built a door stamp design for the work that should just say to people: Sorry, I’m busy right now. Please come back later. After we’ve been using these door ramps for a while, most of them are broken now. That wasn’t really the design itself, but the fact that the ...
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