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Assembled Extruder 3D Printer Parts 3D Printer Assembled Extruder, 100% brand new and high quality.

Tip of the nozzle, aluminum heating block, Throat pipe (built-in kit).

Material: Aluminum & Stainless Steel & Brass

Installation type: external thread connection

Scope of application: 3D printer

Nozzle size: 0.4mm

Throat pipe length: 30mm

Operating temperature range: -40 ~ +260°C (-40 ~ +500 °F)

Package included:

1x Pneumatic connector 

1x Aluminum block

1x Fast Cooling

1x 1.75MM 0.4MM Brass Nozzle

1x M6*30mm Throat pipe (built-in kit)

Note:

Small parts, keep away from children 

Installation guidance:

1.You can use the PTFE Teflon plug into the pneumatic connector;

2.Then insert into the throat of the heat dissipation inside;

3.Inserted into the half of the heating block, you can stop inserting it.

Installed under the guidance of experienced people if you have no any experience

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  • ☛High Quality- Stainless updated barrel tube for trouble free, low friction print,much solid quality. Please let us know if you have some questions. Assembled Extruder 3D Printer Parts 3D Printer Assembled Extruder
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Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D Printer 2019 Newest 95% Pre-Assembled 300x300x400 Model with Dual Z Axis Ultra-Quiet Printing 0.6mm Direct Drive Extruder Filament Runout Detection and Recovery

SPECIFICATION
Layer Resolution:0.1mm
Frame: Aluminum Extrusion
XYZ Positioning Accuracy: 0.05mm, 0.05mm, 0.1mm
Printing Filament:PLA, ABS, TPU, Flexible Materials
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
Machine Dimensions: 550 x 405 x 640 mm
550 x 405 x 870 mm (with spool holder)
21.65 x 15.94 x 25.20 in
21.65 x 15.94 x 34.25 in (with spool holder)
Shipping Box Dimensions: 780 x 540 x 250 mm / 30.71 x 21.26 x 9.84 in
Machine Weight: 14kg
Shipping Weight: 16.5kg
Maximum Print Speed: 150 mm/s
Maximum Travel Speed: 250mm/s
Build Volume:300 x 300 x 400 mm / 11.81 x 11.81 x 15.75 in
Extruder Type: Titan Extruder (Direct Drive)
Power Requirement: 110V – 240V
600W max (with heated bed turned on)
Connectivity:USB, TF Card, USB Stick
Control Board: MKS Gen L
Nozzle Type:Volcano

Product Features

  • MUCH STABLE PRINTING: There are 3 inductive sensor end stop separately set on XYZ axis while those non-touch, high-precision limit switches can automatically calibrate and maintain good stability under high-speed printing. Most importantly, features Synchronized Dual Z System, SW-X1 greatly increase its printing stability, also, the built in branded power supply ensure stable and sufficient power. Spend more time making without having to manually adjust the print bed.
  • RUNAWAY PROTECTION HEATBED: The printer has a direct drive extruder and a fast heating AC heat bed with built in thermal runaway protection, even if the board or the SSR malfunctioned, the bed won’t heat up endlessly until bad things happen. Additionally, the heated bed can heat up to 80C in 2 minutes and it only takes the 0.4mm nozzle about five minutes to heat up to 110°C. With the Lattice glass smooth headbed surface, it makes all types of filaments can be easily stick on.
  • QUIET TO USE: With a 300 x 300 x 400 mm build volume, the Sidewinder X1 3D printer has a hushed operating sound even working at fast speeds, thanks to its exclusive ultra-quiet stepper drivers which significantly reduce the noise level. SW-X1 overhauled the motion system on the Z, replacing the leadscrews with a belt-driven system, which not only reduces the noise level but also allows for faster print speeds. Feel free to work on other things while the machine is printing beside you.
  • FILAMENT RUN-OUT+ POWER LOSS DETECTION & RECOVERY: Have you ever tripped over the power cord and lost a long hours print? SW-X1 will save you from the loss of power. When it recover from a power failure, the machine will continue to print. Also, it will automatically pauses your 3D print and notifies you when you’ve run out of filament, saving you time and money.
  • FAST AND PRECISE: The print speed can reach up to 150 mm/s, and with the Direct Drive Extruder, SW-X1 makes high quality print, especially for flexible filament. When it arrives on your doorstep, the Sidewinder X1 comes 95% pre-assembled, which makes installation easy as can be.

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Direct Ink Writing Process for 3D Printing Mechanoluminescent Objects

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Mechanoluminescence. (L-R) light from loose N-acetylanthranilic acid crystals crushed between transparent windows; light from similar crystals shaped into a logo, then crushed between two windows. [Image: Photonics, courtesy of Nathan C. Eddingsaas & Kenneth S. Suslick]

Way back in 1605, English philosopher, statesman, and scientist Francis Bacon first demonstrated the phenomenon of mechanoluminescence – light emission resulting from a mechanical action on a solid – by breaking apart sugar crystals. Since that time, researchers around the world have worked to develop mechanoluminescent (ML) materials, and the main ones studied include zinc sulphide, molecular crystals, quartz, and alkali halides. This principle can be produced through an ultrasound, along with some other processes…such as 3D printing.

Mechanoluminescence is the center of the latest 3D printing research from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, partially supported by the Singapore National Research Foundation under the CREATE (Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise) program.

A team of researchers from the university’s 

The abstract reads, “We report on new material compositions enabling fully printed mechanoluminescent 3D devices by using a one-step direct write 3D printing technology. The ink is composed of PDMS, transition metal ion-doped ZnS particles, and a platinum curing retarder that enables a long open time for the printing process. 3D printed mechanoluminescent multi-material objects with complex structures were fabricated, in which light emission results from stretching or wind blowing. The multi-material printing yielded anisotropic light emission upon compression from different directions, enabling its use as a directional strain and pressure sensor. The mechanoluminescent light emission peak was tailored to match that of a perovskite material, and therefore, enabled the direct conversion of wind power in the dark into electricity, by linking the printed device to perovskite-based solar cells.�

Top: Schematic of energy harvesting in the dark using a wind-driven ML device and a perovskite-based solar cell; Bottom: Anisotropic mechanoluminescent (AML) device. Photo of an AML device on (a) horizontal compression and release from the sides (I, red arrows), (b) schematic of an AML device, and (c) diagonal compression and release (II, blue arrows). The scale bar is 10 mm.

When mechanically stretched, the 3D printed ML objects will emit light. According to the researchers, the color of this light can be tailored “according to the chemical composition of particles embedded within the 3D object.�

The 3D printed polymeric objects will also emit light when they move slightly after being exposed to air flow that mimics wind; by linking the object to a solar cell, this light can actually be converted into electricity, so solar cells could one day harvest precious wind energy in the dark. Potential applications for 3D printed ML materials include security inks, flexible and embedded directional sensors, dynamic mapping of personal signatures, and using wind energy to generate light.

Dr. Patel 3D printed the ML devices based on a new process, and materials compositions that allow for the 3D printing of multi-material objects with complex structures. This process is based on direct ink writing (DIW) technology, and was able to successfully 3D print ML materials embedded within elastomeric monomers. The team used multi-material 3D printing to pattern ML objects with multiple color emission; these objects can then be used to generate anisotropic light emission which is used as a directional sensor.

(a) Printing of ML device; (b) 3D printed ML candy (inset is photo of green light-emitting candy under UV exposure); (c) luminescence spectrum generated from ML candy; (d) photo of ML candy under compression and release; (e) 3D printed ML objects; (f) ML spectra under continuous stretching and release.

The research team also 3D printed wind-driven ML devices in just one step, and later combined them with perovskite-based solar cells, developed by El Cohen in Professor Etgar’s group, in order to directly convert wind energy into electricity in the dark. These solar cells enabled a higher power generation than any previously reported, by tailoring the absorbing material inside the solar cells to the 3D printed ML device’s specific light emission.

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[Images: Magdassi et al]