BIQU 330mm 8mm T8 Lead Screw Set Lead Screw+ Copper Nut + Coupler + Pillow Bearing Block for 3D Printer

Specifications:
Lead Screw Length: 330mm
Lead Screw Diameter: 8mm
Coupler Shaft Usage:5mm to 8mm
Coupler Dimension:25*19mm
Pillow Bearing Block Bore:8mm
Net Weight: 181g

Package Included:
1* T8-330mm Lead Screw
1* Copper Nut
1*Coupler
2*Pillow Bearing Block

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Product Features

  • Lead screw length: 330mm
  • Lead screw diameter: 8mm
  • Coupler shaft usage:5mm to 8mm
  • Coupler dimension:25*19mm/Pillow bearing block bore:8mm
  • Note: If there have any missing part please contact us before leaving the negative review and feedback, thanks!

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3D Printer PLA Filament Copper color 1.75 mm 0.5 kg ( 1.1lbs ) Spool 500g Printing Materials

“Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.05 mm Net Weight: 500g Recommended Printing Temp: 195 – 230 °C Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 90 mm/s Heated Bed: ~ 80 °C “

Product Features

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Ninebot PLA Metal Filament Copper 500g 1.75mm 3mm 3d Printer Filament Printing Filament (Brass)

What is in box ?

1 x 500g Copper Metal Filament

Product Features

  • Brass Metal Filament
  • Diameter :3.0mm/1.75mm (please leave a message to let us know which size you need when you order )
  • Print temperature: 190℃-210℃
  • Beds use high-temperature heating Masking or heated to 60 degrees
  • Weight: 500G/pcs

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Nano Dimension develops Novel Copper Nanoparticles that are resistant to oxidation

Nano Dimension Technologies has revealed it has developed novel copper nanoparticles that are resistant to oxidation and fuse into a conductive line after the sintering process at temperatures lower than 160 degrees Celsius.

The subsidiary of Nano Dimension Ltd has filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for this unique development.

The main challenge in developing nano-copper ink is oxidation of the particles, including oxidation during sintering into a continuous conductive trace. Typically, sintering of copper nanoparticles requires significant energy (high temperatures, lasers, powerful lamps) in an oxygen-free atmosphere, which can be an expensive and complex process.

Nano Dimension has developed novel copper nanoparticles that are resistant to oxidation in air, and also during the sintering process that is required to create a continuous conductive trace. The innovative copper nanoparticles are packed into a unique spherical cluster and have properties similar to a core/shell structure.

The innovative copper nanoparticles are used as a basis to develop conductive ink that can significantly reduce the cost of the raw-materials used in 3D printing of electronics and PCBs.

Copper is the second most conductive element after silver, but is significantly cheaper. Development of a stable, oxidation resistant, low-temperature sintering copper ink is a breakthrough in inkjet technology, and has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of printing conductive traces. This development may open Nano Dimension to many additional markets and various printing applications such as printing on flexible films like polyethylene terephthalate (PET), which can withstand temperatures of up to 100 to 150 degrees Celsius, radio frequency identification antennas, membrane switches and sensors.