Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner for Motorcycle Windshields, Marine Eisenglass, Aquariums, Headlights, Retail Displays, Museums, 3D Printers and Hot Tubs/Spas. Resists Fingerprints & Dust (16 fl. oz.)

Cleans, Shines and Protects – unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL non-porous surfaces including: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas®, Lexan®, Mylar®, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more. Repels dust while helping to protect from fingerprints and scratches. Environmentally friendly. Alcohol Free. Ammonia Free. Anti-Static. Non-Streak. Non-Flammable. Water-based. Great for use on: 3D Printers, Aquariums, Arena Shields, Automotive, Aviation, Cameras, Cash Registers, Copiers, Collectible Displays, Countertops (Polished), Framed Pictures, Glass Windows/Mirrors, Headlight Lenses, Helmets/Visors, Hot Tubs/Spas, Marine, Monitors, Motorcycles, Museums, RV Interiors & Exteriors, Store Displays, Stove Tops, Trade Show Exhibits, TV Screens/LCD & Plasma Not recommended on fabric or suede leather. DO NOT use on vehicle controls such as steering wheels, handlebars, throttles, brake/gas pedals, motorcycle/personal watercraft seats, and surfaces critical to safe operation. Directions: SHAKE WELL. For small areas or electronics, wipe directly onto cloth, lightly covering area. For best results, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth. Wipe Rolite Plastic & Acrylic Cleaner until residue is removed. Turn cloth over to a dry area and lightly buff the surface until all residue disappears. Causes slippery surfaces which should be wiped until dry.

Product Features

  • Cleans, Shines and Protects – unique formulation that instantly cleans & shines ALL non-porous surfaces leaving a smooth, shiny surface.
  • Great for: Plastic, Acrylic, Plexiglas®, Lexan®, Mylar®, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Aluminum, Chrome, Clear coats, Fiberglass, Gel coats, Glass, Stainless Steel and much more.
  • Repels dust and protects from fingerprints and scratches. Ammonia and Alcohol Free. Anti-Static. Streak Free. Non-Flammable. Water-based.
  • Great for Sporting Goods, Automotive, Boats, Eisenglass, RVs, Museums, Motorcycles, Trade Show Exhibits, Windows/Mirrors, Countertops (polished), Copiers, Collectible Displays, Arena Shields, 3D Printers, Aquariums and many more.
  • Made in USA. High performance product preferred by professionals.

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Fugetek 3D Printer Pen with LCD Screen Displays Multi speed and temperature, 3D Arts and Crafts drawing pen doodler for toys, art education tools (White/Black)

Quickstart Guide 3D Pen

I. Powering And Heating The 3D Pen

A. Connect AC/DC adapter to pen and then plug into wall.
B. Power on the 3D pen by pressing the “filament loading” button/arrow at the front of the unit, you will see a green light start to blink. You will also see the temperature begin to increase on LCD screen. Once the temperature reaches 220 (for ABS), the green LED will stop blinking and you are ready to load the filament.

II. Loading The Filament And Using The Pen

A . Before loading filament, make sure the filament’s tip is cut flat, not at an angle. Insert the filament into the “filament loading hole” at the back of the pen.
B. Now continuously click the “filament loading button”, the filament will start to load into the pen. You may need to put a little pressure to load the filament at first. Once you see melted filament come out of the nozzle, you are now ready to draw.
C. To control the filament speed, click “speed increase” and “speed decrease”, there is a meter to see the current speed on the screen.
D. To draw, hold the “filament loading” button down without releasing, to stop drawing, release the button. Unit will go into sleep mode after 45 seconds to 1 minute. “Filament Loading” button will reactivate the pen. Unit will need to reheat after delayed use, before using again.
E. If you want to change to a new filament, press and hold the “filament unloading button”. This will remove the filament from the back of the pen.

Product Features

  • Introductory Sale! Fugetek FT-750/RP700A 3D Printer Pen. FUN WAY TO CREATE INTERESTING 3D MODELS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS: A great way for kids and adults to explore creative thinking and visualization. Easy to use for most anyone 6 years old and above.
  • EASY 3D ART CREATION:The Fugetek 3D pen brings ideas to life. Draw vertically, horizontally, anywhere your mind takes you. Artists, crafters, designers; everyone can enjoy the Fugetek 3D pen. Unleash your creative side without a mess.
  • VERSATILE YET SIMPLE: Easy grip design for extra precision and stability. Variable speed and heat allows for three-dimensional design created before your eyes. Using plastic filament which melts at a high temperature, the Fugetek 3D pen allows you to create an actual 3D object.
  • MOST FEATURES OF ANY 3D PEN: The Fugetek 3D Pen offers a variety of features the competitor does not offer. Easy read LCD Screen. Adjust the SPEED of the filament. Adjust the HEAT of the pen. UNLOAD the filament from the pen. Uses PLA and ABS filament.
  • PERFECT GIFT FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS: Awesome, unique, gift idea. What a great surprise to get a 3D Pen that allows creativity at any level. Product requires adult supervision for children.

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PrintDisplay: DIY displays and touchscreens anyone can print

For years now, we’ve been promised miraculous new flexible touchscreen displays, but the deployment of such technology in big consumer products, like say the LG G Flex, hasn’t started any revolutions just yet. That could soon change thanks to a team of computer scientists from Germany’s Saarland University who have developed a technique that could allow anyone to literally print their own custom displays, including touchscreens.

Using a regular inkjet printer equipped with a special ink, a DIY thin-film electroluminescence (TFEL) display can simply be printed out from a digital template of the desired size and shape using a program like Microsoft Word or Powerpoint.

“So far, nothing like this has been possible,” says researcher Simon Olberding. “Displays were produced for the masses, never for one individual user.”

However, the process – dubbed PrintScreen – is a little more complicated than simply pressing print in Word. The team has developed two methods using either screen printing techniques or off-the-shelf inkjet printers that can take anywhere from several minutes to four hours for a layman to create a custom display. The team claims that the results are “relatively high resolution displays” only one tenth of a millimeter thick. They say covering a standard printer page with a display layer would cost about €20 (US$21.69), mostly due to the cost of the special ink involved.

The DIY display is less than a millimeter thick (Image credit: Saarland University)

Printing a regular near-HD display could be just the beginning, though. The method can also utilize other materials like plastic, metal or wood as a two or three-dimensional base for display surfaces.

“With this method, we can even print touch-sensitive displays,” says Olberding.

The team envisions DIY screens embedded in all kinds of personal objects, from furniture to clothing, or new, function-specific objects with their own custom displays.

“And if we now combine our approach with 3D printing, we can print three-dimensional objects, which are able to display information and respond to touch as well,” says lead researcher Jürgen Steimle.

The technical details of the processes are available in an academic paper, or you can learn more in the video below.

Source: Saarland University

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