06:39 pm
21 February 2019

Netherlands company support wire 1.75/3 mm all-metal 3D printing hot end of 1730

Netherlands company support wire 1.75/3 mm all-metal 3D printing hot end of 1730

Recently, Germany famous 3D printing technology expert Kai Parthy and the Netherlands joined ReprapUniverse 3D printer manufacturer, jointly developed by 1730 full metal hot end, this is a powerful and flexible modular hot end and can support up to 1.75mm ABS Filament and 3 mm wire.u=3417533897,2488109863&fm=21&gp=0
When you buy a 3D printer, many people from the first contact with 3D printing are often selected for was 1.75 mm or 3 mm diameter wire and embarrassed. In fact, with the development of 3D printing, both in size there are no significant differences. Although 1.75 mm wire is more suitable for smaller nozzles and nozzle 3 mm wire is more suitable for large, but differences between the printed object is often negligible.
For politicians, however, wire size differences may lead to some problems, such as in some cases, a particular color or material of wire may only have one size will inevitably cause compatibility problems. And they are likely to be in a particular project requires bigger wire, while in another project needs is more little of wire. While this is common, but the strange thing is a lot of 3D printing company has failed to provide appropriate solutions.
uukKai Parthy and ReprapUniverse company is prepared to seriously address this issue. After the Exchange, the two sides decided to come up with a solution together. The two combine their 3D printing for more than 10 years of experience in the field, through a series of brainstorming, prototyping and testing, and eventually built 1730 full metal hot end, said to be the first support 1.75 mm and 3 mm in the hot end of the wire. Development team has also applied for a patent for it.
Under the plan, the product will be launched in January 2016 Kickstarer all the preparatory activities. At present, the development team created a functional prototype for 1730, this time the money raised will help the development team to bring it to market more quickly.