DIY 3d Printer Kit Square Full Metal Large printing size 260X260X350 with Auto Level heated Bed Precision

The configuration of the Square 3d printer is as follows:

Colour: Black
Model: Metal frame Square 3d printer

Features:
1.European standard 2020 Aluminum structure
2.High strength acrylic sheet
3.Integrated Motherboard
4.High precision Y-axis position plate,guarantee Y-axis positioning accuracy.
5.Detailed assembly and use manul,easy for everyone
6.With 2 roll filament free 7.Full manufacturer’s warranty fulfilled by 3Dprintinghome, and lifetime support provided by expert our technicians

Technical Specifications:
Printing Color: Single color.
Extruder: E3D V5 long distance J-head.
Material: PLA, ABS,WOOD,HIPS,PVA,Nylon,poly,TPU
Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm.
Filament diameter:1.75mm.
Layer resolution:0.05-0.4mm
MAX printing Speed:150 mm/s.
Max build size:260*260*350mm.
Positioning accuracy: Z 0.004mm, XY 0.012mm.
MAX extruder temperature: 260°C.
Heating bed temperature: 70-100°C.
Power: 200W.
Connection: SD card or USB.
The file print format: STL,G-Code.
Equipment size: 750X 350 X150mm.
Package size:750X 350 X150mm.
Package weight: 10kg.
Warranty: 1 year warranty for the 3d printer
Support: Engineer teach support how to use it.

About shipping:
① Modular packaging,scientific packaging design, each part will be carefully protected to ensure safe arrival.
② In the package,include all Square 3d printer kits,The heated print bed,2 rolls of filaments,assembly manual,user manual, software, 2G SD card,another more 3d printing nozzle and 1 rolls masking tape.
③ Fast DHL express shipping

Product Features

  • The Aluminum structure Square 3d printer kit include:
    √The heated print bed
    √Auto level system
    √One switch power 12V 30A
    √2 rolls of filaments
    √Another spare nozzle
    √SD card
    √LCD Display
  • Aluminum alloy frame construction meeting European design standards, together with High quality of the nuzzle and heated bed, making the printing process stable and accurate
  • Z-axis with dual motors,more powerful,Y-axis positioning system, innovative design, higher printing precision.
  • Complete set of 3d printer packages, Detailed assembly and using manual, easy to calibrate and print
  • Fast international express shipping, timely and professional post-sale service

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Yuniku Uses 3D Scanning and 3D Printing to Take Custom Eyewear to a New Level

Yuniku_-_3D_Scanner_-_Image_by_HOYA_Vision_CareAs any long-term glasses-wearer knows, it’s a lot of work to find the right pair of glasses. Getting the right prescription is the easy part – it’s picking out the frames that can be an exercise in despair. It all depends on the shape of your face – your friend may look adorable in the same pair of frames that make you look like a weird bug. It’s not fair, but that’s the way life works, and that’s why I’m thankful for contacts.

Picking out flattering frames is about to get easier and more fun, however, thanks to Materialise, HOYA Vision Care Company, and Hoet Design Studio. Materialise and HOYA came to the rescue of the visually challenged earlier this year when they partnered up to develop the HOYA Vision Simulator, which allows customers to try out their new lenses in virtual reality. Now, with help from Hoet, the team is tackling the fashion side of prescription eyewear in a new comprehensive system that allows users to customize everything from their frames to their lenses, all at one time.

3D printing has had a lot of impact on the eyewear industry lately, with many companies beginning to offer stylish, customizable 3D printed frame options. Customized frames still have limitations, though, as opticians have to be able to fit lenses of standard sizes and shapes into them. Those limitations are removed, however, with Yuniku, an end-to-end glasses tailoring platform now available to optometrists’ offices everywhere.

frame-1Materialise and HOYA worked together to create a custom 3D scanner and software program that links directly to the Materialise 3D printing factory. Yuniku first takes a 3D scan of the customer’s face, then asks a series of questions to determine their visual requirements. HOYA’s advanced software uses the data from the facial scan to determine the ideal position for the lenses in relation to the wearer’s eyes, then communicates it to Materialise’s integrated design software, which designs the frame around the pre-positioned lenses.

“Yuniku is an exciting step forward in custom eyewear. By capitalizing on advances in 3D printing technology, we have removed the limitations posed by traditional spectacles,” said Jon Warrick, Vice President Global Marketing, HOYA Vision Care. “For the first time, wearers can enjoy the ultimate in optical performance, without compromising on style or fit.”

Customers can further customize their glasses in terms of color, style and shape, while the software works along with them, adjusting each style to match the lens placement and ideal fit as determined by the facial scan. A screen will display a virtual image of the customer in their selected eyewear before purchase.

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“When 3D Printing meets the right application and the right partners, it has the potential to turn around an entire industry,” said Alireza Parandian, Global Business Strategist – Wearables, Materialise.“Materialise has helped this happen before in the hearing aid industry, when our custom software enabled the digital manufacturing of in-ear hearing aids to go from 20% of the total to nearly 100% in just two years. I believe Yuniku could be equally momentous for eyewear.”

Right now, Yuniku has an initial collection of frame options designed by Hoet, but because Yuniku is an open platform, additional options will be added – from Hoet and other designers. The system offers numerous colors, finishes, and other style options, as well as three types of lenses: progressive, single vision or indoor.

“As an eyewear designer, I’m already familiar with how 3D Printing can revolutionize this industry,” said Bieke Hoet of Hoet Design Studio. “Now with Yuniku, I feel that we are able to share this potential with the world.”

Discuss further in the Yuniku 3D Eyewear forum over at 3DPB.com.

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