EAONE 2 Pcs 2M PTFE Teflon Bowden Tube(2.0mm ID/4.0mm OD) with 4 Pcs PC4 Fittings for Reprap 3D Printer 1.75mm J-Head Hotend Specification of PTFE Teflon Tube
Material: PTFE (Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene)，Density: 2.15-2.20g/cm3 Heat resistance, up to 260℃ Outside Diameter: 4mm, Inside Diameter: 2mm Color: White Length: 2m
Specification of PC4-M10 Fittings:
Material : Copper, Plastic Thread Diameter : 10mm;Inner Diameter(Blue End) : 4mm Heat resistance J-head is able to bear greater and stronger impulse but won’t tripping easy to install and durable Oval release ring turn 360°freely, convenient to disassemble
Note: Compatibility:Compatible with all 1.75mm V5 E3D Makerbot 3D printer
Attention: Small parts, keep away from children
package including: 2 x 2M PTFE Teflon Tube(2.0mm ID/4.0mm OD) 4 x PC4-M10 Fittings for 4mm OD Tube with M10x1 Threads
Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) an Australian company that specializes in the development of metal 3D printers, has announced that it is developing a patent-pending Powder Production Unit (PPU).
With the PPU, Aurora hopes to corner the market for additive alloys by producing materials at a price competitive to other commercial sellers.
Aurora Labs team with their first printer to ship – the S-Titanium Pro Photo via Aurora Labs/Twitter.
Producing up to 5 tonnes per day
In the “first step to commercial powder production,” Aurora has created a prototype PPU system that has now entered the testing stages for various parameters. The company has a number of patents pending for the processes used, though it expects it could take “several years to reach a firm conclusion of either rejection or grant.”
A single PPU has projected production goals of up to 5 tonnes of powder per day. With more units, the company plans to scale the process to even larger volumes.
If all goes to plan, initially Aurora’s alloy powder will begin sales across international markets. After 18 months, the company hopes to scale the process to meet international demand.
Within 2 years, the process will be scaled again to serve an expected demand for materials created by the market introduction of Aurora’s Medium Format Printing (MFP) and Large Format Printing (LFP) technology that is currently in-development.
The company will also seeks markets outside of additive manufacturing to make use of the powder.
Timeline of Powder Production Unit (PPU) development. Image via Aurora Labs
An additive materials boom
Leveraging a noticeable demand for titanium and nickel alloys, high-technology engineering group Sandvik recently invested $25 million USD in a mining and production facility for 3D printing materials.
An increasing number of enterprises hope to supply metal powders for 3D printing. For example, advanced plasma process specialist PyroGenesis made the decision to re-enter the metal powder production market to meet the demands of the 3D printing industry.
According to David Budge, Managing Director of Aurora Labs, “We are progressing very rapidly with our powder development as we see the extensive opportunity here readily available,”
“There are obvious synergies between metal powder production and the potential demand created by additive manufacturing, such as with our Large Format Printer, and we intend to capitalize on this opportunity.”
FilaFlex is a TPE thermoplastic elastomer with a polyurethane base, it is the most elastic filament available for 3d printers and allows you to print elastic parts with 700% stretching until breaking. FilaFlex has excellent bonding properties with PLA, ABS, HIPS, NYLON and almost any printing material. This allows for the creation of composite parts that combine both hard and soft materials in one print. New combinations that provide for a whole new world of possibilities!!
High elasticity – 700 percent stretching until breaking
Compatible with Bowden extruders using the Recreus hot end
Combine it with PLA or ABS
and create new hybrid prints with new capabilities.
Resistant to acetone, solvents and gasoline
Not heated bed, kapton, Blue tape or hairspray needed
100% borosilicate glass, flat, heat resistant plate, does not warp during long term use. 4mm thick – will not break when you remove your print from it.
Plate fully matches 220x220mm heated bed on many popular 3D printers. This plate is larger and thicker than typical 3mm plates sold for use with MK2 heated beds.
Borosilicate glass material has excellent thermal and chemical properties compared to soda lime glass. Resists cracking due to direct high heat, perfect for a 3D printer bed. It is used on top of your heated print bed and provides excellent results. Please make sure your 3D printer will accept this size before making purchase.
Please take a look at the supplied drawing for dimensions and details.
Glass plate features:
Dimensions: 219x219mm, 4mm thick. 100% borosilicate heat resistant glass (it has yellow tint as opposed to soda lame glass green tint). Cut corners to clear with mounting screws. Very flat and does not warp during use. Can be used as 3D printer print surface, with or without heater board.
1 x Borosilicate Glass Print Surface 219x219mm x 4mm thick.
Thick 4mm glass plate will not warp or bend under heat
Compatble with Maker Select, Wanhao Duplicator, Anet A8 and other 3D Printers
219x219mm outer size, see attached drawing for details.