By rajilpahujaThis is my first benchy in a HT material, material used is Ultem1010, nozzle temperature 370C and bed temp is 160C
During my spell working in the Art department on 'Avengers Age of Ultron' I was asked by the production designer to build a prop to help dress the interior set of 'Stark Towers' The model was to show the new section of tower that replaced the damaged section from the original film. As I only had 4 weeks to build it (including 3d modelling) we needed to simplify the design a bit, hence the lower portion being in laser cut acrylic.
Using my trusty Ultimakers I think I pulled off the desired effect, even if it only appeared in the movie for less than a second!
because I print continuously I don't unload the PVA. As a consequence I have an issue with moisture so I designed a casing to minimise the moisture exposure. basically I created two pockets for silica gel packets and a tube. it allows the reel to rotate freely. in addition I put it in a bag along with more silica gel.
so far I haven't heard a pop lol
I printed it on my UM 2+ but I think it will go on a UM 3 but not tried it yet.
Time to move on, enough Pokémons printed for friends
Instagram post here!
By yvestI thought I could save some space on the desk of my daughter with putting the desk lamp on top of the Sonos speaker. You can't put something on it without blocking the buttons so I created this.
By superprinterTo determine the remaining filament on the coil. Length is an indication between an under and above value. Depending on the number of turns of the filament at a certain distance from the outside of the coil.
I found this model in Thingiverse and thought I would print it. It was also the first time I had used Gold PLA.
For the print I used an 8mm 'Brim' to help adhere the base to the build plate. Recently with printing I have found the 'Brim' no only stops/reduces warping. But it also allows the printer to get settled for the printing task.
Layer Height - 0.15 mm
Wall Thickness - 1.0 mm
Top/Bottom Thickness - 1.0 mm
Infill Density - 15 %
Enable Retraction - Yes
Print Speed - 40 mm/s
Travel Speed - 120 mm/s
Enable Print Cooling - Yes
Enable Support - No
Build Plate Adhesion Type - Brim - 8 mm
Print Sequence - All at once
Sanding / Finishing
1. Pliers used to remove Brim
2. Tweezers used to remove Brim inside cable housing
3. 120 Grit Sandpaper (with water) used on the side to remove Brim
4. 220 Grit Sandpaper (with water) used on the side to smooth edge
5. 320 Grit Sandpaper (with water) used on the side to finish edge
The print came up in high quality which required some sanding to remove the brim and also the material on the underside of the cable holder housing. This print works very well in holding my phone and amplifying sound.
This is not my design I got it from: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1289078
By StudioKubuzAbout a mounts ago, I received the ultimaker 2 I've won with the Ultimaker/Oneplus Challenge.
I promise Sander to add a image of my first print on the forum.
So I began thinking what object should I print first.
One thing becomes another, I've printed a example installation for a client.
By Gambody_3DThis model was tested in Cura 2.3.1. To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings:
Layer Height: 0.1 mm
Initial Layer Height: 0.3 mm
Line Width: 0.4 mm
Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Outer Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Inner Wall(s) Line Width: 0.4 mm
Top/Bottom Line Width: 0.4 mm
Infill Line Width: 0.4 mm
Skirt/Brim Line Width: 0.4 mm
Support Line Width: 0.4 mm
Wall Thickness: 0.8 mm
Wall Line Count: 2
Top/Bottom Thickness: 0.8 mm
Top Thickness: 0.8 mm
Top Layers: 8
Bottom Thickness: 0.8 mm
Bottom Layers: 8
Top/Bottom Pattern: Lines
Outer Wall Inset: 0 mm
Compensate Wall Overlaps: Check
Compensate Outer Wall Overlaps: Check
Compensate Inner Wall Overlaps: Check
Horizontal Expansion: 0 mm
Z Seam Alignment: Shortest
Infill Density: 25%
Infill Line Distance: 3.2 mm
Infill Pattern: Grid
Infill Overlap Percentage: 10%
Infill Overlap: 0.04 mm
Skin Overlap Percentage: 5%
Skin Overlap: 0.02 mm
Infill Wipe Distance: 0.1 mm
Infill Layer Thickness: 0.1 mm
Gradual Infill Steps: 0
Infill Before Walls: Check
Enable Retraction: Check
Retraction Extra Prime Amount: 0 mm3
Retraction Minimum Travel: 0.8 mm
Maximum Retraction Count: 90
Minimum Extrusion Distance Window: 6.5 mm
Standby Temperature: 175°C
Nozzle Switch Retraction Distance: 16 mm
Nozzle Switch Retraction Speed: 20 mm/s
Nozzle Switch Retract Speed: 20 mm/s
Nozzle Switch Prime Speed: 20 mm/s
Print Speed: 60 mm/s
Infill Speed: 80 mm/s
Wall Speed: 30 mm/s
Outer Wall Speed: 30 mm/s
Inner Wall Speed: 60 mm/s
Top/Bottom Speed 15 mm/s
Support Speed: 60 mm/s
Support Infill Speed: 60 mm/s
Travel Speed: 120 mm/s
Initial Layer Speed: 15 mm/s
Initial Layer Print Speed: 15 mm/s
Initial Layer Travel Speed: 30 mm/s
Skirt/Brim Speed 15 mm/s
Maximum Z Speed: 0 mm/s
Combing Mode: All
Avoid Printed Parts when Traveling: Check
Travel Avoid Distance: 0.625 mm
Enable Print Cooling: Check
Fan Speed: 100%
Regular Fan Speed: 100%
Maximum Fan Speed: 100%
Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold: 10 s
Regular Fan Speed at Height: 0.3 mm
Regular Fan Speed at Layer: 2
Minimum Layer Time: 5 s
Minimum Speed: 10 mm/s
Enable Support: Check
Support Placement: Everywhere
Support Overhang Angle: 50°
Support Pattern: Zig Zag
Connect Support ZigZags: Check
Support Density: 30 %
Support Line Distance: 1.3333 mm
Support Z Distance: 0.1 mm
Support Top Distance: 0.1 mm
Support Bottom Distance: 0.1 mm
Support X/Y Distance: 0.7 mm
Support Distance Priority: Z overrides X/Y
Minimum Support X/Y Distance: 0.2 mm
Support Stair Step Height: 0.3 mm
Support Join Distance: 2.0 mm
Support Horizontal Expansion: 0.2 mm
Use Towers: Check
Tower Diameter: 3.0 mm
Minimum Diameter: 3.0 mm
Tower Roof Angle: 65°
Build Plate Adhesion
Build Plate Adhesion Type: Brim
Skirt/Brim Minimum Length: 250 mm
Brim Width: 8.0 mm
Brim Line Count: 20
Brim Only on Outside: Check
Union Overlapping Volumes: Check
Print Sequence: All at Once
Surface Mode: Normal
Extra Skin Wall Count: 0
By lekidRéalisation d'une PokeWood pour les 20ans de Pokemon.
Modélisation sous ZBrush et Impresion 3d sur UM2 avec Feeder Bondtech et Bloc Olssen.
Utilisation des filaments wood de Formfutura Cèdre / Ebène / Pin / Bouleau et Olive.
Realisation of a PokeWood for the 20 years of Pokemon.
Modeling with ZBrush and 3d Print on UM2 with Bondtech's Feeder and Olssen Bloc.
Easywood filaments of Formfutura Cedar / Ebony / Pin / Birch and Olive.
By alen990For everyone who want to have keychain with Ultimaker
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By cloakfiendLots of pics...
Just a quick attempt at acid plating on a failed model (split) after a break from it. but it failed because the copper I'm using is of a different grade than it should be and it just goes weird. Still learning here, just dug up my airbrush from 15 years ago and it still works!!! silver coated before electro bath and voltage was probably too high too. Im gonna try brush plating next. Due to the complete contamination of both copper and solution, a decent plate is not possible anymore but ill keep going till I get nothing.
Gonna do a vid/thread later about this but i need to figure out whats going wrong first!
By RonanOne of my favorite ship design from the space opera Eve Online. Gave it a quick paintjob.