HE3D Open Source Ciclop DIY 3D systems Scanner Kit for 3D printer advanced laser scanner , Injection molding plastics parts

This Scanner is easy to scan:
1, object space volume is bigger than 5*5cm
2, object space volume is smaller than 20.3cm*20.3cm
3. object weight is less than 3kgs
4. still object
5. opaque object
FAQ: which things are hard to scan or can not scan ?
1.object space volume is smaller than 5*5cm
2.transparent oject (glass or organic plastics)
3.luminous object or highly reflective objects
4.dark object and fuzzy object(such as plush toys )
5.object space volume is bigger than 20.3*20.3cm
6.object weight is more than 3kgs
7.moving object

Product Features

  • Totally open source 3D scanner for 3D printing , free to get the software
  • Easy to assemble and use
  • Full kits, it include all the parts for the scanner
  • Injection molding red plastics parts, not printed! that make the scanner more beatiful, you won’t encouter the problem caused by not precision size
  • Upgrade to new intergrated motherboard

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Pack of 2Meters 2GT Open Timing Belt Width=6mm Rubber With Fiberglass Core for 3D Printer CNC

2GT/GT2 Open Timing Belt 2GT-6 Specs:

Type: 2GT-6
GT2 Pitch :2mm
Belt Height:1.38mm
Tooth Height:0.76mm
Material: Neoprene Rubber With Fiberglass Core
Shape:Open ended

The Package Listing Includes as Follow:
Quantity:2meters GT2 Open Ended Timing belt

Product Features

  • Compared with the T2.5 or MXL timing pulley, the GT2 pulley tooth profile is anti-backlash
  • Circular arc Tooth Profile Tooth Space is Small, Suitable for Straight Line Driving
  • GT2 pulley with 20 teeth or grooves is one of the best choices for 3d printer construction
  • Fit for Reprap, Prusa, MendelMax,3D Printer
  • It Gives Better Smoothness and Cccuracy of Positioning

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SIU home to one of only 3-D printers open for public use

CARBONDALE — SIU’s Morris Library: the home to one of the area’s only digital printers available to the public.

The second floor of SIU’s Morris Library allows anyone to show their creativity by printing almost anything you could imagine in 3D.

For SIU science librarian Jennifer Horton, Monday was another day making creative ideas a reality.

“I had never seen a 3D printer before until we got one – except on television – so I didn’t know what all it could do, so I’m always amazed,” Horton said.

The printers were donated to Morris Library through a non-profit organization called New Blankets.

“And some of the people involved in it have affiliations with the university,” added Horton.

The 3D printers at Morris Library are they are some of the only ones in southern Illinois that anyone can pay and come use.

The university charges by weight for 3D prints; it’s 25 cents a gram for whatever you want to design.

3D printers have even helped NASA’s space missions.

As she finished one of her projects for the day, Horton wondered what the future will hold for the technology.

“Eventually that might be the case where we all have our own 3D printer,” she said. “It would be crazy but kind of fun.”

For now, Horton will have fun printing other people’s ideas from all over southern Illinois.

If you’d like to make your own 3D prints, you can drop them off to Horton Monday through Friday at Morris library during normal business hours.