Creality 3D Printer Nozzle Cleaner Kit Drill Bits 0.4mm 10 PCS Needles and Tweezers Tool kit for CR10S Makerbot RepRap Anet A8 3D Printer

Tweezers and 10pcs of 0.4mm needles for cleaning and unclogging 3D printer nozzles

Size: 0.4mm

Type : Extruder Nozzle Drill

With storage box

Used for 3D Printer nozzle

Tip:
Please clear the nozzle when heated to 200 °C while using the drill

Package Included:
10pcs nozzle drill + 1Pcs tweezers

Product Features

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Sharp quality tweezers and 10pcs of 0.4mm nozzle cleaning needles
  • 3D printing tweezers great for nozzle maintenance and cleaning excess support material
  • Used for 3D Printer nozzle
  • Package Included: 10pcs Nozzle Drill +1Pcs tweezers

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AUSTOR 3D Printer Tool Kit – 6pcs Extruder 1.75MM Tube, 6pcs 0.4MM Brass Extruder Nozzle Print Heads, 2M PTFE Teflon Tube(2.0mm ID/4.0mm OD) for E3D V6 Makerbot (Bonus: 3pcs Cleaning Drill Bits)


AUSTOR 3D Printer Tool Kit

Specific parameter

Nozzle throat: outer thread: M6; outer diameter: 6mm; inner diameter: 4mm; teflon pipe inner diameter: 2mm; length: 22.5mm; filament diameter: 1.75mm; material: stainless steel.
Brass nozzle: output diameter: 0.4mm; input diameter: 1.75mm; size: 5*13mm; material: brass; color: golden.
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.
Cleaning drill kit: bit diameter: 0.4mm; bit length: 8mm; length of shank: 20mm; handle material: silicone.

Compatibility
Compatible with all 1.75mm E3D V6 Makerbot 3D printer.

NOTE: small parts, please keep away from baby child.

package including:
6 x 3D Printer nozzle throat
6 x 3D Printer extruder brass nozzle
1 x 2M PTFE teflon tube(2.0mm ID/4.0mm OD)
3 x cleaning drill bits

Product Warranty

Austor Direct Customer Service Team is dedicated to offering our valued customers a great and professional services – Timely email reply, Helpful solutions, Refund & Return Warranty.

All Austor products supply 45 days money-back & 18-month warranty. Any questions you have, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will get you back within 24hours.

Product Features

  • Package include: 6pcs 3D Printer nozzle throats + 6pcs nozzle print heads + 2M PTFE teflon tube(2.0mm ID/4.0mm OD) + 3pcs cleaning drill bits
  • Compatibility: compatible with all 1.75mm E3D V6 Makerbot 3D printer
  • Nozzle throat: material: stainless steel; outer thread: M6; inner diameter: 2mm; length: 22.5mm; filament diameter: 1.75mm
  • Extruder brass nozzle: material: copper(brass); size: 5*13mm; output diameter: 0.4mm; input diameter: 1.75mm; color: golden
  • PTFE teflon tube: material: PTFE(Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene); length: 2m; outside diameter: 4mm; inside diameter: 2mm; density: 2.15-2.20g/cm3

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System Bits: May 1

Tiniest implanted wireless nerve stimulator
UC Berkeley researchers, co-led by Rikky Muller, who is also assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at Berkeley, have built what they say is the smallest volume, most efficient wireless nerve stimulator to date.

Before this milestone, UC Berkeley engineers demonstrated the first implanted, ultrasonic neural dust sensors in 2016, bringing closer the day when a Fitbit-like device could monitor internal nerves, muscles or organs in real time.

The tiny size of StimDust is obvious when placed on the face of a dime. StimDust is about an order of magnitude smaller than any known active device with similar capabilities. Source: Rikky Muller, UC Berkeley

The new device, called StimDust (stimulating neural dust), adds more sophisticated electronics to neural dust without sacrificing the technology’s tiny size or safety, greatly expanding the range of neural dust applications. The researchers said their goal is to have StimDust implanted in the body through minimally invasive procedures to monitor and treat disease in a real-time, patient-specific approach.

StimDust is just 6.5 cubic millimeters in volume, about the size of a granule of sand, and is powered wirelessly by ultrasound, which the device then uses to power nerve stimulation at an efficiency of 82 percent.

Muller explained, “StimDust is the smallest deep-tissue stimulator that we are aware of that’s capable of stimulating almost all of the major therapeutic targets in the peripheral nervous system. This device represents our vision of having tiny devices that can be implanted in minimally invasive ways to modulate or stimulate the peripheral nervous system, which has been shown to be efficacious in treating a number of diseases.”

The research team was co-led by one of neural dust’s inventors, Michel Maharbiz, a professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at Berkeley.

A schematic detailing the components of StimDust, which include a single piezocrystal, which is the antenna of the system, a 1-millimeter integrated circuit and one charge storage capacitor Source: Rikky Muller, UC Berkeley

Muller hopes that her work can lead to applications of StimDust to treat diseases such as heart irregularities, chronic pain, asthma or epilepsy.

“One of the big visions of my group is to create these very efficient bidirectional interfaces with the nervous system and couple that with intelligence to really understand the signals of disease and then to be able to treat disease in an intelligent, methodical way. There’s an incredible opportunity for healthcare applications that can really be transformative,” she added.

3D electronics printed directly on skin
In a development that could allow, for example, soldiers on the battlefield to print temporary sensors on their bodies to detect chemical or biological agents or solar cells to charge essential electronics, University of Minnesota researchers used a customized, low-cost 3D printer to print electronics on a real hand for the first time.

One of the key innovations of the new 3D-printing technique on skin is that the printer uses computer vision to track and adjust to movements in real-time.
Source: University of Minnesota

The team also reported it has successfully printed biological cells on the skin wound of a mouse. The technique could lead to new medical treatments for wound healing and direct printing of grafts for skin disorders.

The team explained that one of the key innovations of the 3D-printing technique is that this printer can adjust to small movements of the body during printing. Temporary markers are placed on the skin and the skin is scanned. The printer uses computer vision to adjust to movements in real-time, and no matter how hard anyone would try to stay still when using the printer on the skin, a person moves slightly and every hand is different. This printer can track the hand using the markers and adjust in real-time to the movements and contours of the hand, so printing of the electronics keeps its circuit shape.

Interestingly, this 3D-printing technique uses a specialized ink made of silver flakes that can cure and conduct at room temperature, which is different from other 3D-printing inks that need to cure at high temperatures (up to 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit) and would burn the hand. To remove the electronics, the person can simply peel off the electronic device with tweezers or wash it off with water.

The researchers expect this technique to pave the way for many other applications, including printing cells to help those with skin diseases. They partnered with University of Minnesota Department of Pediatrics to successfully use a bioink to print cells on a mouse skin wound, which could lead to advanced medical treatments for those with skin diseases.

Deep-learning AI writes code for programmers
Rice University researchers have created a deep-learning, software-coding application that can help human programmers navigate the growing multitude of often-undocumented application programming interfaces, or APIs.

Known as Bayou, the Rice application was created through an initiative funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency aimed at extracting knowledge from online source code repositories like GitHub.

Users can try it out at askbayou.com.

Rice University computer scientists (from left) Vijay Murali, Chris Jermaine, Swarat Chaudhuri and Letao Qi created a software-coding application called Bayou that can help human programmers by writing chunks of code in response to keywords.
Source: Rice University

The team noted that Bayou is based on a method called neural sketch learning, which trains an artificial neural network to recognize high-level patterns in hundreds of thousands of Java programs.

Read more about Bayou here.

TecUnite 10 Pieces MK8 Nozzle Extruder 5 Sizes and 5 Pieces 5 Sizes 3D Printer Nozzle Cleaning Kit Drill Bits for 3D Printer Nozzle Cleaning


10 Pieces MK8 nozzle extruder 5 sizes and 5 pieces 3D printer nozzle cleaning kit drill bits for 3D printer nozzle cleaning

Wide range of compatibility:
This set of printer nozzle kits is compatible with most 1.75 mm 3D printers on the market, such as Duplicator, MakerBot, RepRap, etc.

Specifications:
Nozzle extruder:
Size: 0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm
Hexagon diameter: 6 mm
Input diameter: 1.75 mm
Material: brass
Quantity: 10 pieces
Nozzle drill:
Size: 0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm
Material: stainless steel
Quantity: 5 pieces

Package includes:
10 x MK8 nozzle extruder (5 sizes, 2 pieces in each size)
5 x Nozzle drills (5 sizes)

Note:
Sharp parts, please keep away from children.

Product Features

  • Nozzle extruder measurement: the extruder has 5 sizes, 0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm, different sizes can meet your multiple needs
  • Matchable nozzle drill: this set of nozzle drill has matchable sizes with nozzle extruder, 0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.4 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.6 mm, and they are held in a box, in case of missing or hurting
  • Quality material: the nozzle extruder is made of brass, while the drill is made of stainless steel, not easy to get rust or erosion, providing long servicing life
  • Wide range of compatibility: this set of printer nozzle kits is compatible with most 1.75 mm 3D printers on the market, such as Duplicator, MakerBot, RepRap, etc.
  • Quantity: the package includes 10 pieces of MK8 nozzle extruder (5 sizes, 2 pieces in each size) and 5 pieces of nozzle drills in 5 sizes, applicable in your daily life

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