Zonyee 3D Printing Build Surface, 3D Printer Heat Bed Platform Sticker 8.42″ x 8.42″ Square, Black(Pack of 3pcs)

Specifications:
Compatible with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, brick, and flexible (TPE) filaments (sold separately).
Background is made of 3M adhesive , easily stick on the heat bed platform.

Package:
3 x 3D Printing Build Surface

Product Features

  • Size: 214 x 214 mm (8.42″ x 8.42″)
  • Single sheet design installs more quickly and with fewer bubbles than tape or films
  • Build sheet adheres to a print bed to help the filament stick during printing, while also enabling clean removal of the printed part afterward.
  • Compatible with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, brick, and flexible (TPE) filaments (sold separately)
  • Instant bonding with convenient use. Background is made of 3M adhesive , easily stick on the heat bed platform

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Gizmo Dorks 3D Printing Platform Blue Tape 10″ x 10″ (10 Pack)

Gizmo Dorks blue painter’s tape is the go-to and cost effective way of covering your 3D printer bed plate. Plastic filament such as ABS or PLA stick well to this tape while also being forgiving enough to let go when your print is finished. The tape is easy to apply and remove, with strong adhesion. The tape is 6.25 inches wide, so you don’t have to worry about stringing small 1 inch wide tapes together to form zig-zag rows. For most printer beds, you’ll only need one sheet. Say goodbye to the lines on the print bottoms from multiple pieces of tape. There are a host of different sizes to choose ranging from 6×6 to 12×12 and a few sizes in between. These sheets can be easily trimmed with scissors as well.

Product Features

  • 3D printer blue tape is designed to create an optimal adhesion for the first layer of your print
  • Print most 3D filament types such as ABS and PLA with easy removal of the printed part
  • Printed parts come off cleanly without any messy or ugly lines on the bottom of the print
  • Easily apply the precut sheets to the printing platform and use a straight edge to lay down the tape without any bubbles
  • These 3D printing blue tape sheets come in a pack of 10 and are 10 x 10 inches

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Stratasys Reveals Plan to Develop Metal 3D Printing Platform

Stratasys has announced the development of a new metal additive manufacturing platform that will aim to displace conventional methods for short-run manufacturing. 

Over the past couple of years, 3D printing companies like Desktop Metal and Markforged have transformed the metal additive manufacturing market. Once confined to industrial-sized and exorbitantly priced machines, metal 3D printing is now more accessible and affordable than ever before.

Most of the companies that are currently pioneering this metal metamorphosis are relatively fresh faces. However, one additive manufacturing stalwart is now looking to throw its hat into the metal 3D printing ring. This week, Stratasys announced that it would start developing a new metal additive manufacturing platform. The company is aiming to use this system to displace conventional methods for short-run production.

“We are extremely excited to announce our development of this new additive manufacturing platform, targeting short-run production applications for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, defense, machining, and metal foundries. We believe that this platform will meaningfully expand our addressable markets for the long term and provide our customers with an effective means to realize the values of additive manufacturing for powder metallurgy applications,” said Ilan Levin, CEO of Stratasys.

At the moment, details are sparse about Stratasys’ forthcoming metal 3D printing system. However, they have dropped a few bread crumbs for us to follow. Here’s what we know so far.

Stratasys HQ in Israel.

Stratasys Announces Development of Metal 3D Printing Platform

According to Stratasys, the metal 3D printing platform has been under development for the past several years. Although the exact process has not been revealed, the company states that it will incorporate its proprietary jetting technology.

The metal 3D printing system will take the advantages of additive manufacturing and applies them to short-run production. To accomplish this, Stratasys is attempting to overcome the existing material limitations that plague other metal 3D printer platforms.

With this new technology, Stratasys is planning to offer customers metal 3D printed parts made from commonly used powder metallurgy. The 3D printing company will start by offering aluminum at a low cost-per-part and throughput. Stratasys is also working to integrate easy post-processing and high part quality into the platform.

What we do know, at the moment, is that the newly announced 3D printing platform will incorporate Stratasys’ PolyJet process. To understand how this would work with metal additive manufacturing, we imagine it will be similar to Desktop Metal’s recently released Production System.

This industrial 3D printer from Desktop Metal uses a binder jetting technique, depositing metal powder with a binding material. Once the part is finished, it’s placed into a furnace that eliminates the binder, solidifying the metal particles together.

Strangely enough, last year, the two companies struck up a partnership that would allow Stratasys’ extensive network of resellers to sell Desktop Metal’s metal 3D printing technology. Now, the 3D printing titan os poised to unleash its own metal additive manufacturing hardware onto the growing market.

With over 30 years in the industry and a well-established binder jetting technology, Stratasys seems to be banking on the idea that they can transfer its expertise and technology towards new metallic horizons. Stratasys will reveal more information about the metal 3D printing platform at the upcoming RAPID + TCT 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Conference, which is taking place from April 23-26 in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Object Connex 500 is a Stratasys 3D printer that uses PolyJet technology.

Source: Stratasys 

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Gizmo Dorks 3D Printing Platform Blue Tape 8″ x 8″ (10 Pack)

Gizmo Dorks blue painter’s tape is the go-to and cost effective way of covering your 3D printer bed plate. Plastic filament such as ABS or PLA stick well to this tape while also being forgiving enough to let go when your print is finished. The tape is easy to apply and remove, with strong adhesion. The tape is 6.25 inches wide, so you don’t have to worry about stringing small 1 inch wide tapes together to form zig-zag rows. For most printer beds, you’ll only need one sheet. Say goodbye to the lines on the print bottoms from multiple pieces of tape. There are a host of different sizes to choose ranging from 6×6 to 12×12 and a few sizes in between. These sheets can be easily trimmed with scissors as well.

Product Features

  • 3D printer blue tape is designed to create an optimal adhesion for the first layer of your print
  • Print most 3D filament types such as ABS and PLA with easy removal of the printed part
  • Printed parts come off cleanly without any messy or ugly lines on the bottom of the print
  • Easily apply the precut sheets to the printing platform and use a straight edge to lay down the tape without any bubbles
  • These 3D printing blue tape sheets come in a pack of 10 and are 8 x 8 inches

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