I would love to keep sharing my projects with all of you. If you enjoy with my designs, I invite you to become a patron, you will get early access to my designs and exclusive content! Also, you can help with a small donation.Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/flowali... Donations:http://www.paypal.me/flowalist... ---Pokemon and 3D printing have something in common: they both evolve.The multi and dual extrusion Low-Poly Charmander is designed to show all the possibilities of dual and multi extrusion 3D Printers. Based on the original Low-Poly designs, this model has been completely redesigned and optimized to be printed with two or more extruders.This model is more complex but easier to print, and it keeps all the features from the original design: it doesn't need support material, infill or prime tower.There are two versions of this model: * Dual: the model is divided in two different parts. * Multi: the model is divided in 3 or more parts, and it's perfect for multiple extrusion 3D printers or color mixing techniques.This design is based on Pokemon. http://www.patreon.com/flowalistik http://www.patreon.com/flowalistik
Thanks to this project motivated by the Departament d’Ensenyament and developed by BCN3D Technologies everyone will be able to fabricate their own robotic arm at home, no highly technical knowledge needed. Therefore, we encourage you to fabricate the BCN3D Moveo and share the results on the social networks using the hashtag #BCN3DMoveo.
This set of fittings includes all the plates and brackets that I have most commonly used for 1-inch T-slotted extrusions (such as 80-20). If there is a specific type of fitting that you would like me to include, please send me a message and I will try to add it to this collection!
Autorobotics VAR(iable)-(e)Xtrude(r) = VAR-X-trudebowden extruder for 1,75mm & 3mm filament - can be used for all filament-diameters.the housing is a symmetric set-up for mounting the motor from both sides of the housing with an additional bearing placed in the housing at the end of the motor axisthe guide for the filament is a separate part which is pivoted in the housing in such a way, that it can adjust to different filament diametersthe housing is mounted to a plate with T-nutfilament gear: MK8 filament gear ; bearing size: 5 x 13 x 4 (di = 5mm, da = 13mm, B=4mm)Actually building is in process..... result will come soon + video on youtube.IMPORTANT information: I have the possibility to print the parts at LS-Medcap (belongs to a federation of medical companies in the south of germany, I am actually working as an engineer in development). We are using the printer in-House for development and I can use the printer any time. But this will - of course, sorry! - not be free in costs. I have to calculate the costs for printer + material - soon I will make a small calculation for 1. plastic parts and 2. a complete extruder with motor & all components. Will there be anybody interested in getting one......?? Printing more than 1 at the same time will reduce the costs. Please write me a mail, and I will collect the number of "interested people" for that. I will make a calculation afterwards and give you the price as an offer and you can decide if you want one or not. In that way, there will be no risk for you, but a chance to achive low costs for an extruder in really high quality.... much better than doing it with FDM- printers !!! Iif I find enough interested people, We could achive a good price this way ;-) Please do not hesitate to write a mail to: [email protected] /* */ /cdn-cgi/l/email-protection
Bracket to mount the YJ-Pad wiring block to 8020 brand T-Slot aluminum extrusion. Extrusion #2012 1/2" x 2" used for frame sides of MAX METAL Printer Frame by TrickLaser.com http://www.tricklaser.com/MAX-METAL-Frame-MAXMTLFRM.htm  Slots are 1" center to center YJ-Pad by Yellow Jacket Concepts http://www.themakerhive.com/shop/viewitem.php?productid=25  http://www.tricklaser.com/MAX-METAL-Frame-MAXMTLFRM.htm http://www.themakerhive.com/shop/viewitem.php?productid=25
I use this to test for over/under extrusion on new filament. Can be printed at 100% infill, checking for complete infill and varying extrusion rate as it prints; or at a low infill, and checking for a smooth top layer. Dimensions can be also be checked.