This is the classic about mechanical things and devices, using simple drawings to explain 507 of the small components that constitute complex machinery. Left-hand pages show illustrations, and facing pages offer brief descriptions of use and operation. Ranging from simple to complex, the mechanisms include cranks, pulleys, drills, wheels, and screws.
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Manufactured and sold in China, the FlashForge Creator is a high quality, dual extruder, 3D printer that provides an affordable way to join the desktop 3D printing craze. The Creator comes fully assembled, tested and calibrated. Ships direct from the FlashForge factory. Customer support is available via the FlashForge Website.
-2x Spool Holders
-2 spools of ABS filament(N.W.:1 kilogram per spool.)
-2x filament guide tubes
-Feet,Bolts and Hex Wrench Kit
-Power Supply Cable
-1x 2G SD card
· Overall dimensions: 320 x 467 x 381 mm
· Packing dimension: 580 x 450 x 550 mm
· Shipping Weight: 15kgs
· FLashforge MightyBoard single-piece motherboard
· 5 axis, 1/16 micro-stepping motor control
· 4×20 LCD character display and multi-direction control pad
· Universal Power Supply: 100-240V, 50/60Hz
· Compatibility: Linux, OSX, and Windows
· Print from SD card or over USB
· Input file type: STL, gcode,s3g
Build envelope: 225 x 145 x 150 mm | 8.9 x 5.7 x 5.9 in
Build volume: About 5 liters
Layer thickness: 0.1-0.3 mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
Speed: 40 mm/s
Flow Rate: Approximately 24 cc/hr
Extruder Temperature Recommended: Maximum 230 C
Heated Build Platform: 120 C Maximum
Positioning precision: 2.5 micron on Z axis
………………………: 11.micron on XY axis
· Works with ABS
· Filament diameter: 1.75 mm
- An equipment which can turn your 3D design to solid object
- Low price with stable quality.
- Bigger print volume of more than 300 cubic inches
- Printing objects in two colors
- Good aftersale service
If you’ve got—or are thinking of getting—access to an inexpensive 3D printer such as the ones from MakerBot and PrintrBot, there will come a time (soon!) when you’ll graduate from printing other peoples’ designs. There’s no doubt that you can have plenty of fun downloading and printing designs from Thingiverse, but sooner or later, the urge to design will take over.
Whether you use a web-based modeler optimized for 3D printing (such as TinkerCAD) or a professional CAD tool, designing for 3D printing demands expertise in everything from structural engineering to material science. You need know the limits of your medium, whether you’re using a $25,000 Z Corp printer, a $2,000 MakerBot, or a $500 PrintrBot.
This book uses practical examples and interviews with leading makers to teach you the core principles and techniques you need to take on the challenges in design for 3D printing. This book arms those of you entering this passionate, fast-moving field with the problem-solving concepts needed to design and print almost anything you can imagine.