Introducing 123D Design, a new way to create 3D models for 3D printing and fabrication. Available on iPad, Mac, Windows, and the web, 123D Design has simple, natural tools for making your own products, parts, or creations. What you design is up to you.
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
Uses ABS plastic
Compatibility: Linux, OSX, and Windows. Strongly suggest installing softwares on 32 bit system, 64 bit may not be compatible • Print from SD card or over USB
Input file type: STL, gcode,s3g Printing 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 Materials
Full Assembled Mbot Cube 3d Printer Dual Head [WOOD]
20cm x 20cm x 20 cm
0.1-0.3 mm layer thickness
Please note this 3d printer is not made by MakerBot, but it is compatible with MakerBot.
The MBot Cube is a affordable big size personal 3D printer made by Magicfirm LLC, with single or dual extrusion (2-color printing)--and a bigger printing size, you can print things much LARGER! It have a bigger build platform, Max build size: 200x200x200mm.
Support dual extruder Support LCD control Support SD card print Starter Gift: filament x 1 or 2(dual) 3M Blue tape, 2 inch width x 1 small spade x 1 hex tool m3 x 1. This is a new version of personal 3d printer based on MakerBot's Replicator. Thanks for MakerBot's Open Source Project.
An equipment which can turn your 3d design into real object.
Low price with stable quality.
Bigger print volume of more than 300 cubic inches
Printing objects in two colors
Good aftersale service
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 ships direct from the FlashForge factory.
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If Shapeways is the Etsy of the 3D printing world, Layer by Layer is the iTunes. The brand new online marketplace provides a place for designers to sell one-time prints of their designs, from vases to phone cases to toothbrush handles.
The key phrase is “one-time.” Unlike sites like MakerBot’s Thingiverse, which allows you to download design files to your computer, Layer by Layer users do not receive a file. After they hit the “Print Now!” button next to an object they desire, Layer by Layer sends instructions to their personal 3D printer, automatically printing that object.
“The whole process is a little too complicated for average people who aren’t engineers or computer scientists,” co-founder and CEO Jonathan Schwartz said. “This takes the whole printing process and simplifies it to the click of a button.”
The lack of a file transfer presents a layer of protection for designers who wish to keep their original design under wraps. When someone posts their design on Thingiverse, they are broadcasting it to anyone who cares to look and enabling endless duplication. That’s not a good feature if they want to make money off of their design. Right now, a lot of sellers turn to Shapeways, where they can set up a virtual shopfront with their designs. Shapeways takes care of the entire 3D printing process and ships objects out to buyers.