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MakerBot Smart Extruder - Thermal Barrier Tube Unclog
 
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Is your MakerBot smart extruder clicking or clogged? The clog may reside in the nozzle or the thermal barrier tube. Tools Needed: • Crescent wrench • Side or flush cutter • Wire brush • Fargo 3D Printing Nozzle: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/mk8-0-4mm-nozzle/ 1. Remove the door by opening it and pushing up on the plastic. The door should pop out. Set the door aside. 2. Now remove the filament guide tube. If using the Replicator Mini: Go to the software and select “Load Filament”. Wait until the smart extruder is heated to 215°C. 3. On the right side of the smart extruder, press down on the spring lever. At the same time push down on the filament and then pull it out. 4. Make sure the nozzle is still heated to 215°C. If the “Load Filament” script has ended, press “Load Filament” again and wait for it to heat to 215°C. 5. Take a crescent wrench and start turning on the nozzle. If there is resistance, hold the smart extruder to the gantry system with your other hand. 6. Once loose, unscrew the nozzle a couple more times with the crescent wrench. 7. Now allow the nozzle to cool. NOZZLE MUST COOL FOR 5-10 MINUTES. 8. Once the smart extruder has cooled down, remove it from the gantry system and unscrew the nozzle (it should be safe to touch at this point). 9. After unscrewing the nozzle check to see if the nozzle is clogged. If there is debris in the nozzle, set it aside . 10. Look down the barrel of the smart extruder. If you see debris then you have a thermal barrier clog. If it's a nozzle clog, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qL1zhtr-sXY&index=3&list=PLqHrwjTmB8fT4hGoSRcktFemCTaseuiFm Thermal Barrier Clog: 1. Replace the smart extruder back onto the gantry system. 2. Using the software, select “Load Filament”. 3. Wait for the smart extruder to reach 215°C. 4. Once it is heated, insert more filament. 5. While holding the smart extruder to the gantry system, push filament through the barrel. The clog should release. 6. Let the filament extrude for a couple of inches and then clip off the filament. 7. Push down on the spring-loaded lever while pushing down on the filament. Then pull the filament out. 8. Cool down the smart extruder. 9. Once cooled, remove smart extruder from the gantry system. 10. Clean threads of smart extruder with gantry system to ensure there is not filament left over. 11. Once cleaned, take a Fargo 3D Printing Nozzle and screw this by hand back into the smart extruder. 12. Take a crescent wrench and tighten the nozzle a little bit more until snug. 13. Place smart extruder back onto gantry system. 14. Go to software and select “Load Filament”. 15. After nozzle has reached 215°C, hold the smart extruder to the gantry system and tighten the nozzle with the crescent wrench. 16. When nozzle is secure load filament. Once you see filament coming through the nozzle, cancel the “Load Filament” script. 17. Replace door by sliding the bottom into the slot and pushing in the top piece which will snap into place. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 33939 Fargo 3D Printing
MakerBot Replicator 2 Nozzle De-clog
 
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Jake Clark, of Fargo 3D Printing, walks you through the process of de-clogging the extruder nozzle of the MakerBot Replicator 2. Tools Needed: Side or flush cutter Let’s Get Started 1. Preheat your Replicator 2 to 230°C (which should be the factory setting). 2. Once the printer is preheated, grab the filament with your left hand and push down on the black drive gear block with your right hand. 3. Push down on the filament until you see plastic melting out of the nozzle. 4. Pull up quickly on the filament to release it from the machine. This should grab the clog. 5. Use the side cutter to clip off the end of the filament that contains the clog. 6. Repeat this process 3 to 5 times. 7. Print a 10 to 15 minute test print to make sure your printer is working properly. Still clogged? 8. If this does not solve the issue – go to “Info and Settings” on your MakerBot Replicator 2. 9. Then select “Preheat Settings”. 10. Change the temperature to 250°C. 11. Repeat the same steps that you did at 230°C. 12. Repeat the push down, pull up process 3 to 5 times. 13. If the nozzle is clear return to “Info and Settings” then “Preheat Settings”. 14. Change the temperature back to 230°C. 15. Print a 10 to 15 minute test print to make sure your printer is working properly. Still clogged? 16. If this does not solve the issue – go to “Info and Settings” on your MakerBot Replicator 2. 17. Then select “Preheat Settings”. 18. Change the temperature to 260°C. DO NOT EXCEED THIS TEMPERATURE AS THIS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE. 19. Repeat the push down, pull up process another 3 to 5 times. 20. If the nozzle is clear return to “Info and Settings” then “Preheat Settings”. 21. Change the temperature back to 230°C. 22. Print a 10 to 15 minute test print to make sure your printer is working properly. Still clogged? If this does not solve your clog issue, either purchase a replacement nozzle or contact us to walk you through how to fix your nozzle: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/mk8-0-4mm-nozzle/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting
Views: 48714 Fargo 3D Printing
Solid Metal 3D Printing Under $100k - Markforged Metal X | CES 2017
 
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Our first release from this year's CES event! We were really excited to talk about the printers that came from Markforged this past year. Their newest printer, the Metal X, has metal powder in its filament. It also features a laser that can check critical dimensions to save material and help with calibration. More info about Markforged here: https://markforged.com/products/ Check back for more CES coverage! Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates and new products. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 25855 Fargo 3D Printing
How to Replace the Ceramic Tape on a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D Printer
 
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You should replace the ceramic insulation tape on your MakerBot Replicator 2 approximately every 50 hours, if the white insulation has turned brown, or if it falls off of the heater block. We use pre-cut ceramic insulation tape to make the job easier: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2-ceramic-insulation-tape Tools Needed: 5mm Hex Key Ceramic Tape Scissors Needle Nose Pliers Let's Get Started 1. Remove the active blower duct and set aside. 2. Use the 2.5MM Hex Key to take out the two hex bolts on the carriage (which holds the assembly onto the gantry system). 3. Grab the entire head and place it on top of the machine. 4. Take a scissors and cut the ceramic tape apart. 5. Remove the old ceramic tape and throw away. 6. Clean all remaining debris from the heater block. 7. Take the new ceramic tape and find the slit which will go around the barrier tube. 8. Slide the ceramic tape over the barrier tube. 9. Fold the ceramic tape around the heater block and nozzle (make sure it is tight). 10. Pull off tape and fold the ceramic tape over itself to secure. 11. Use the needle nose pliers to push the leftover ceramic tape behind the heater block. 12. Grab head and place it back onto the gantry system. 13. Screw hex bolts back onto the carriage (do not tighten too tight because you will damage the aluminum block). 14. Replace blower duct and be careful not to have the blower duct touching the heater block.
Views: 15535 Fargo 3D Printing
New Materials Overview - Formlabs | CES 2017
 
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Max Zieringer is the Materials Lead for Formlabs and gave us the low-down on some of their new resins. The two new materials are an updated grey and an experimental ceramic that can be fired or sintered. The ceramic resin is part of an experimental program called Form X. https://formlabs.com/materials/form-x/ Their high temperature material is clear and heat resistant up to 289ºC, which makes it good for thermoforming and testing injection molding. Max also briefly contrasts the durable and tough resins. The durable has lower surface friction and is for for snap fits/ball joints. The tough is stiffer more impact resistant. For more information, visit https://formlabs.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Install Silicone Heater Blocks for MakerBot Replicator 2X
 
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Fargo 3D Printing now carries replacement heater blocks for the MakerBot 2X. These feature silicone rather than the original ceramic insulation. Jake gives step-by-step instructions on replacing the heater blocks and leveling the heads of the 2X. Find these products in our shop. Single: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2x-silicone-heater-block/ Two-Pack: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2x-silicone-heater-block-2-pk/ Heater Block Kit: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2x-silicone-heater-block-kit/ ----- Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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Replacing Maker Select v2 Ceramic Tape | Wanhao Duplicator i3
 
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How to replace the ceramic tape on a Monoprice Maker Select v2 (without pulling the extruder apart). This tutorial is also applicable to the Wanhao Duplicator i3. If you need replacement tape, it is currently available on our site. https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/maker-select-v2-ceramic-insulation-tape/ Find other Wanhao spare parts and Monoprice spare parts on our site: www.f3dp.co Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 2150 Fargo 3D Printing
5 Axis 3D Printer/CNC - Ethereal Machines | CES 2018
 
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We talked to Ethereal Machines about their 5 axis CNC/3D printer. They are the first Indian company to win a Best of Innovation Award at CES. The Halo is a hybrid machine capable of additive and subtractive manufacturing (both 5 axis).The build volume is 150ø x 150mm. Its nozzle can reach 350ºC, allowing for wide variety of filaments. Although tool swapping isn't automated, in only takes 4 screws to change out the print head and the spindle. Software for 5 axis CNC and standard FDM is pretty established, but 5 axis 3D printing is still relatively new. Ethereal is currently refining their slicing software, which they say is 70-80% done. The price point for the Halo is set around $20,000. For more information, visit https://etherealmachines.com/products/halo Visit Fargo 3D Printing for all PARTS - UPGRADES - REPAIRS: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
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Install Rep 2/2X Y-Axis Assembly Upgrade
 
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How-to video for the install of the Replicator 2/2X Y-axis assembly aluminum upgrade. Please make to sure to turn off, unplug and allow your printer to cool prior to installation! Get yours here: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2-aluminum-y-axis-assembly-upgrade/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 3893 Fargo 3D Printing
Five-Headed Monster 3D Printer - Titan Robotics | CES 2017
 
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The founder of Titan Robotics, Clay Guillory, spoke to us about his company and his gigantic 3D printer. The printer on display was the Cronus: a five-headed all metal machine utilizing Project Escher technology, which allows all the heads to work together to create large objects. It utilizes ball screws and offset gantries. The frame is steel, the bed is aluminum and the print surface is removable. They offer three different printers, all fully customizable. The Cronus is modular and scalable. For more information or a printer quote, visit http://www.titan3drobotics.com/ Project Escher: http://projectescher.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates and new products. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 4134 Fargo 3D Printing
FLUX Delta+ Multi-Tool & Beambox Laser Cutter | CES 2018
 
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FLUX probably has the strangest marketing video we've ever seen for a 3D printer. The printer is far from standard, so it fits pretty well. With swappable magnetic heads, the FLUX Delta+ can 3D print, laser engrave, cut vinyl, scan and more (open SDK). This follows the success of FLUX Delta, which hit Kickstarter in 2014. It's currently $999 on Amazon and their website with a two week shipping eta. FLUX also showed off a CO2 laser cutter/engraver called the Beambox. It can work with wood, leather, acrylic, paper, glass and metal. There will be 40 and 50W versions, the latter featuring a slightly larger build area. Beambox is coming to Indiegogo this March, shipping in May. For more information about the products from FLUX, visit https://flux3dp.com/ F3DP products and services: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 3296 Fargo 3D Printing
Heater Block Assembly For MakerBot Replicator 2
 
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Replacing the MakerBot Replicator 2's heater block assembly can be tricky, so we made a tutorial that will hopefully make this process a little bit easier. Get your replacement heater block assembly here: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2-extruder-assembly Tools Needed: 5MM Hex Key Side/flush cutter or scissors Crescent wrench MakerBot Replicator 2 Heater Block Assembly 1. Before replacing your extruder assembly, make sure you turn off your machine and unplug it from the wall. 2. Take out the two front hex bolts and remove the fan cover. 3. Move the fan off to the side and hang it to the left. 4. Remove the two black spacers and set them aside. 5. Remove the heat sink. 6. Unplug the cord from the stepper motor. 7. Pull the motor off of the gantry system. 8. Pull off the blower fan. 9. Remove the two hex bolts from the gantry system with 2.5mm Hex Key. 10. Go the back of the Replicator 2 and remove the zip tie if there is one. 11. Remove the cord mesh from its holder. 12. Remove the head from the gantry system and set aside. 13. Remove two Philips screws from the head on the blower duct. 14. Take off the plastic blower duct. 15. Remove the blower fan. 16. Cut off zip tie if there is one. 17. Push cords off to the side. 18. Take off the two hex bolts that hold the bar mount assembly onto the plastic piece. 19. Remove bar mount assembly. 20. Cut the ceramic tape and remove. 21. Loosen the set screw. 22. Unplug the heater cartridge cord. 23. Remove the heater cartridge. 24. Remove the nut on top of the bar mount assembly. 25. Pull aluminum bar mount piece off of the barrier tube. 26. Take the thermistor off of the heater block. (Do not bend the black covering as this could damage the thermistor.) 27. Set heater block aside. 28. Open your Fargo 3D Printing extruder assembly kit. 29. Screw the thermistor onto the right side of the heater block assembly and the heater cartridge will go on the left side. 30. Unscrew the set screw and make sure it is flush with the bottom. 31. Push heater cartridge back into the heater block. The cord should be facing to your right or towards the thermistor. 32. Screw set screw to lock in place. (Do not overtighten as you may strip the screw.) 33. Screw nut to the open part of the threads and put bar mount piece back onto the screw. Make sure the four-holed side is facing the heater block. The two holes in the front should be on the right side of the bar mount piece. 34. Place other nut back onto the top of the bar mount assembly. The bar mount piece should be parallel to the heater block piece. 35. The nut on the top of the bar mount piece should be flush with the thermal barrier tube. 36. Put the plastic piece back onto the side. Make sure the overhang is over the bar mount assembly and fan is still through the plastic piece. 37. Take two hex nuts and screw those back through the plastic piece onto the bar mount assembly. 38. Put the ceramic insulation tape around the heater block: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/replacing-ceramic-tape-makerbot-replicator-2/ 39. Put on blower fan. 40. Screw Philips screws back onto plastic piece. 41. Put plastic blower duct onto blower fan and screw down. 42. Put the stepper motor back on. 43. Put the heat sink on top of the stepper motor. 44. Put the spacers in and on top of those put the fan. 45. Put the fan cover back over the fan. 46. Screw this entire assembly down. 47. Place the cord back into the stepper motor. 48. Zip tie the mesh wiring harness down to the plastic upright. 49. After zip tying the cable harness, place the cable mesh back into the holders on the back of the machine. 50. Zip tie the top of the cable mesh to the machine. 51. Replace screws in the bar mount assembly. 52. Put the blower duct back. 53. Plug in the machine and you’re done! Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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NewPro3D (World's Fastest?) at CES 2016
 
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Diego Castanon is part of the NewPro3D team. Their printer is CLIP's biggest (and fastest) competitor. According to Diego, it prints the same sphere as the Carbon3D (6.5 minutes) in 4.3 minutes. It works without oxygen permeable glass so there is essentially no size limitation and it's non-dependent on specific resins. It utilizes a provisional patent which is described as a "dead-zone" to replace the glass layer. The build from CES uses what appears to be an off-the-shelf projector, but SLA would also be an option. Next, they are working on metal 3D printer which he claims will be twice as fast (as other metal printers?). We are certainly excited to see where this technology goes in the next year! Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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Replacing Your MakerBot Replicator 2/2X X-Axis Belt
 
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A step-by-step tutorial on replacing the x-axis belt on your Replicator 2 or 2X. Replacement belts are available on our site: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-22x-x-axis-belt/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates and new products. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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MarkForged Mark One (composite 3D printer) at CES 2016
 
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We talked to Gregory Mark, founder of MarkForged, about the Mark One. It's a composite 3D printer with two heads: one for plastic and the other for adding continuous strand fiber (carbon fiber, fiberglass or Kevlar). Their main customers are businesses (aerospace, automotive) and hardcore hobbyist (drone makers). There are two versions of the printer: standard and professional. They both print with nylon, carbon fiber and fiberglass. The professional is the only version that can print with Kevlar. Due to its abrasive properties, some pretty heavy duty components have to be used. As Gregory states, "There's a reason why it stops bullets." Available now. Check https://markforged.com/ for more info. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Replace Replicator 5th Gen Belt Clip
 
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Replacing a belt clip on a MakerBot Replicator 5 Gen printer can be a bit tricky. The most common issue we see is broken snap-fits, so some of these instructions may be unnecessary. The process is essentially the same for the Mini and Z18. If you are in need of a replacement belt clip, they are available on our site: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-5th-genmini-replacement-belt-clip/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Replacing Thermistor For Maker Select v2 / Wanhao Duplicator i3
 
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Having heating issues with your Maker Select printer from Monoprice? If it's overheating, the thermistor may be the problem. The wires on the heater cartridge and thermistor can be broken easily, so be careful! This tutorial will also help you replace the same part on a Wanhao Duplicator i3, of which the MSv2 is a clone. If you need a replacement thermistor, they are available on our website. https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/wanhao-duplicator-i3maker-select-v2-thermistor/ Find other Wanhao spare parts and Maker Select spare parts on our site: www.f3dp.co Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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"Holy Grail of 3D Printing" - Orig. Prusa i3 MK2 | CES 2017
 
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We had the chance to chat with Josef Prusa (Prusa Research) about the "Gold Standard" of 3D printers. The MK2 was released in May 2016 and eventually made the cover of Make magazine. The company has grown by 10x in the past year and ships out 3,000 printers every month. Josef has a relatively lax stance on copy-cat printers, stating that they make for good advertisement. For now, they have the Multi-Material Upgrade available for the MK2. Next up, Prusa Research plans a foray into the industrial market (not for makers). For more information, visit http://www.prusa3d.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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LulzBot Mini Timelapse
 
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The rocktopus usually takes about 25 minutes to print on the LulzBot Mini. This video is 25x regular speed. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprint...
Views: 769 Fargo 3D Printing
Airwolf EVO - Desktop Metal 3D Printer | CES 2018
 
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Airwolf debuted a new 3D Printer called "EVO" at CES 2018. They are trying to get away from calling it a 3D printer, opting for "additive manufacturing center." It features an aluminum frame, one piece steel bed, over-sized stepper motors and and very advanced user interface. It can go over 200mm/s, continue a print after power loss and has a restore function after filament jams. Its heated bed, chamber and all metal hotend allow for a wide variety of materials, including polycarbonate and their new 316 stainless steel filament. Metal parts are sent out to professional sintering houses where they are debinded and sintered. This process causes a shrink rate of about 19%. Also in the booth was Airwolf's custom Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. It features multiple ABS prints inside and out, the most prominent being the huge spoiler on the back. Every part was printed on either an Axiom or Axiom 20 printer. Airwolf plans to start shipping units and release a new version of their software in February 2018. For more information, visit F3DP products and services: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 12086 Fargo 3D Printing
High Speed DLP Printer - SprintRay | CES 2017
 
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SprintRay has released its second iteration of the MoonRay printer. The MoonRay S is wireless so it doesn't need to be tethered and has a small internal computer. Unlike many resin printers, it uses DLP technology instead of a laser. This helps with the speed and dependability of prints. New materials are in the works including flexible and ceramic. Each resin tray will last up to 50L and features a spout to allow for easy cleanup. A dental version, called MoonRay D, is now available. To ensure a proper entrance to the dental industry, it will only be available through distributors. For more information, visit https://www.sprintray.us/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Formlabs Fuse 1 - Desktop SLS 3D Printer | CES 2018
 
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CES 2018 saw the first working demo of the Fuse 1, Formlabs' new SLS 3D printer. Eduardo Torrealba is the lead engineer for the Fuse 1, which has been in the works for 3 years. He claims the machine has seen very few changes since its announcement in June, 2017. Eduardo sees SLS and SLA as complementary processes. Although nylon SLS prints aren't as high resolution, they are much stronger than SLA parts and great for end use applications. Compared to industrial SLS technology, one big difference is the material color. Darker colors require lower laser power, allowing for less equipment and lower cost. The Fuse can use up to 50% recycled material (salvaged from previous print jobs). Non-beta Fuse 1 printers are expected to begin shipping in Fall 2018. For more information, visit https://formlabs.com/3d-printers/fuse-1/ Visit Fargo 3D Printing for all PARTS - UPGRADES - REPAIRS: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
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"Chemistry Material Magic" - New Formlabs Grey Resin | CES 2017
 
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JJ Hernandez, 3D Printing Materials Engineer at Formlabs, talked to us about their new high resolution grey resin. It's high contrast and matte, which makes it good for prototyping. It will be replacing the old grey, but the previous version may still be available in old inventory. The new grey resin is their most accurate and precise standard resin released to date. Read more about Formlabs' resin and printers here: https://formlabs.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Painlessly Remove 3D Printed Rafts
 
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Jake shows how to cleanly remove rafts from 3D printed objects. We recommend using protective gloves and safety goggles. The build plate shown is from a MakerBot Replicator 2 with gaffer tape. Tape is available at our online store: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/gaffers-buildplate-tape-makerbot-replicator-2/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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18in³ Build Area - CreatorBot 3D | CES 2017
 
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Last CES video. Thanks for bearing with us! We've met Ben Kilar at other trade shows, but this is the first time we've stopped to do a formal interview. He's the owner of 3d PrinterWorks, the company that makes the CreatorBot line. The previous printer has a build area of 12"x12"18", but this one is 18in³! It features a hot end dual extruder capable of hitting 430ºC, is fully enclosed and has auto bed compensation. It's projected to cost less than $7,000 with the stand and should be available early Summer 2017. For more information, visit https://www.3dprinterworks.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Mcor ARKe (Paper 3DP) w/Deirdre MacCormack at CES 2016
 
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John spoke with Deirdre MacCormack, CMO of Mcor, about their newly debuted product: the Mcor Arke. It's a smaller, more office friendly version of its predecessor, the Mcor Iris. We were very impressed with this printer, especially at a projected $8995 price point. It's a full color desktop printer which uses paper and razors rather than powder to create models. The prints were on par with CJP prints and as low as 1/5th the operating cost according to Deirdre. The parts are strong and can have a finish similar to wood or plastic depending on the post processing. After printing, support material must be removed and resin dipping helps make the colors more vivid. Overhangs can't be as extreme as with FDM printing, but it's still a very capable technology. The printer itself has customizable skins, an LED progress monitor and multiple means of connection. The Mcor Iris will be available late Q1 or early Q2. Visit http://mcortechnologies.com/ for future updates. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
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MakerBot Z18 Idler Pulley Replacement
 
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If your Z18 is making a grinding/crackling sound, it may be an indication that your idler pulley needs replacing. Loss of belt tension can lead to z-banding or failed prints. More Z18 videos in the works. Fargo 3D Printing aluminum idler pulleys available here: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-z18-idler-pulley-replacement/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Simplify3D Update - F3DPS Episode 38
 
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Simplify3D is a slicer which we highly recommend and version 3.0 just came out this week. It's a paid program, but it's so customizable that we find it well worth the money. https://www.simplify3d.com/ Jake also references a video that we put to together about shipping your 3D printer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn-Nw15tyX8 Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 2542 Fargo 3D Printing
MakerBot Replicator+ | CES 2017
 
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Bennett Mayrock of MakerBot filled us in on the updated line of Replicator printers. They have two new printers: the Replicator+ and Replicator Mini+. These printers are catered to educators and professionals. New features include a larger build area, flexible build plate and quieter/faster printing. MakerBot is also focusing on their Tough PLA material and MakerBot Print application. For more information, visit https://www.makerbot.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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PCB 3D Printer - Nano Dimension | CES 2017
 
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Nano Dimension was at CES 2016, but we didn't get a proper interview. Although they weren't in the 3D printing area, they were not a company to miss. We spoke with Robert Even (Materials Manager) about the DragonFly 2020 and their nanoparticle inks. It is capable of printing PCBs and can greatly streamline the production cycle for the right user. They presently have 6 beta test sites in 3 countries and 80 employees. Release date for the printer is set for Summer 2017 with a price around $200K. For more information, visit them at http://www.nano-di.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates and new products. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 6250 Fargo 3D Printing
LulzBot Assembly Line | CES 2018
 
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LulzBot had a live RepRap demonstration at CES 2018. They made 5 printers a day (20 total) with the aid of their on-site printer farm. We talked to Harris Kenny of Aleph Objects and he told us about the newest products from LulzBot. They worked with E3D to make the Aerostruder Tool Head, featuring the Titan Aero. The V3 of their dual extruder is now available and specifically made to work with water soluble support materials. To make bed swapping easier, the Taz and Taz Mini now have modular bed upgrades. On the software side of things, Cura has an updated interface and expanded advanced user settings. Aleph Objects is also working with the Blender Institute to create more intuitive software for 3D design. As well as open source 3D printers, Aleph Objects has also been working with IC3D on open source filament. Why? For better transparency for customers such as governmental groups and to help increase filament quality overall. For more information about LulzBot and Aleph Objects, here are a few sites: https://www.lulzbot.com/ http://devel.lulzbot.com/ https://code.alephobjects.com/ F3DP products and services: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 644 Fargo 3D Printing
"Raise the Standard" - Raise3D | CES 2017
 
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Raise3D is a company that keeps its customers in mind when working on updates for their printers. They are very active on their forums, viewable here: http://forum.raise3d.com/ They are constantly working on improvements, but their most notable recent update is their improved barrel for the V2 hot end. It's a bit of a secret what it's made out of, but Michael Petitclerc assures us that it's hard to get filament stuck to it. Soon, they hope to have a filament monitoring system to help avoid wasted material and prints. A filtering system to help with heat retention is also in the works, but has no projected release date. For more information visit https://www.raise3d.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Multitool 3D Printer - ZMorph | CES 2017
 
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Przemek Jaworski is the CEO and founder of ZMorph, the company which creates the ZMorph 2.0 SX. ZMorph is a multihead 3D printer with capabilities for dual extrusion, CNC milling, paste/ceramic extrusion and laser cutting. It can also use 1.75 or 3mm filament. The clear body acts as an enclosed chamber and there are different build plates available. They take pride in having a machine with a variety of uses that can perform each of them well. This is helped along by their software, Voxelizer. Prices range from $2600 - $3800 depending on which options are included. For more information, visit https://zmorph3d.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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The Rise of Raise3D | CES 2018
 
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Raise3d made the front cover of the January Make: magazine and the N2 Plus was runner up for their best overall printer of 2017. We talked to Stephen Schiratis (National Account Director) and Marc Franz (Executive Vice President) about Raise3D's place in the market and what we can expect to see in 2018. Some interesting customers they mentioned are General Motors and ShadeCraft, the creator of a smart umbrella called "SUNFLOWER." In 2018, we can look forward to a filament run-out upgrade, an IP camera and a HEPA filter add-on. Marc also hinted that a new machine will be announced later this year, but gave no further details. For more information, visit https://www.raise3d.com/ F3DP products and services: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 3642 Fargo 3D Printing
Industrial FDM - 3D Printing Ally | F3DP Road Trip
 
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3D Printing Ally is a service bureau based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. In this video, we focus on an industrial FDM printer from Stratasys. Tyler Pope shows us the Fortus 400mc. It features dual extrusion, a heated build chamber and a vacuum that holds the build plate in place. Once a part of a build plate has been used, it cannot be used again. One of the more interesting materials it can run is Ultem, which is a thermoplastic well-suited for many applications. Support material can be water soluble, which allows for much easier cleanup of complex designs. Tyler started on the original MakerBot Replicator, but needed more reliability and large print capability. "If you want industrial grade parts, you really need an industrial grade machine." More about 3D Printing Ally: http://3dprintingally.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
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Replicator 2 Blower Fan Replacement (with quick connect)
 
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Here's a tutorial on how to install a replacement blower fan for your Replicator 2. More how-to videos coming soon! We offer a blower fan with a quick connect option for convenience: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/replacement-blower-fan-wquick-connect-makerbot-replicator-2/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 1696 Fargo 3D Printing
F3DPS Episode 22 - Heat Creep and Valentine's Day
 
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Valentine's Day is upon us! We talk about a few prints that we've done in the shop and "heat creep." Heat creep isn't a person, but the idea that heat travels up the filament during the extrusion process. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:675051 http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:249696 http://3d-coat.com/3d-coat-41/ http://www.newgroundmagazine.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 4247 Fargo 3D Printing
Joel Telling - 3D Printing Nerd | CES 2018
 
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We heard rumors that Joel Telling (3D Printing Nerd) would be in the LulzBot booth at CES 2018. Turns out the rumors were true! LulzBot brought in Joel to help share what was going on in their booth, specifically their LulzBot Taz Mini assembly line. Joel's YouTube channel started when he wanted to show off a GoPro rig he was designing in OpenSCAD. Now he has over 150,000 subscribers. In 2018, he hopes to visit more 3D printer manufacturers. He also hopes to go overseas to visit the likes of 3D Maker Noob, the Prusa Research Facility and TCT in Birmingham. On top of his YouTube channel, Joel also has a full-time job! "Everything I do for YouTube is done after my wife and kids go to sleep for the night. I'm tired." Just in case: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_7aK9PpYTqt08ERh1MewlQ Visit Fargo 3D Printing for all PARTS - UPGRADES - REPAIRS: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 477 Fargo 3D Printing
Shipping Your 3D Printer
 
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Whether your printer needs maintenance or if you just need to get it from point A to B, stabilization of 3D printer parts is vital during shipping. Although this video is primarily for the MakerBot Replicator 2 and 2X, the steps shown could apply to many other printers. For the shipping blocks mentioned in the video, visit: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-22x-shipping-block-kit/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 1085 Fargo 3D Printing
Lights Out MFG with SLA - 3D Printing Ally | F3DP Road Trip
 
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3D Printing Ally is a service bureau based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. This video was actually the first one we shot at this location, so Co-Owner Tyler Pope talked about his intro to 3D printing and how he ended up making his own company. This video focuses on their 3D Systems ProJet 7000 SD, an SLA printer. It features a 15x15x10" build envelope, has an awesome surface finish and much better layer adhesion that you will find with FDM. Best for users or bureaus that need a lot of throughput. Some software/services mentioned: https://www.onshape.com/ https://www.autodesk.com/products/netfabb/overview http://www.geomagic.com/en/ http://fabnami.com/ More about 3D Printing Ally: http://3dprintingally.com/ *Apologies for audio quality. Too much ambient noise to clean up nicely.* Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 269 Fargo 3D Printing
AXIOM from Airwolf 3D at CES 2016
 
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At CES 2016, Airwolf 3D showed its newest printer, the AXIOM. The AXIOM Dual was also on display. Tyler Caros, creative director, told us how the company wanted to focus on ease of use with this line of printers. To be used as a tool, not as a toy. The AXIOM has an auto level feature and is enclosed, allowing for high temp printing with materials such as polycarbonate and ABS. They are still using a bowden style extruder and the resolution can print as fine as 0.04mm for layer height. The single extruder version can be easily upgraded to the dual thanks to the AXIOM's modular design. Send your assembly to Airwolf and they'll return it with the dual extruder installed. Four screws and it's back in the machine. Both versions are available now. Check http://airwolf3d.com/ for further information. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 1506 Fargo 3D Printing
Huge SLS Printer - 3D Printing Ally | F3DP Road Trip
 
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The first release from our road trip to the Twin Cities. 3D Printing Ally is a service bureau based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Co-Owner Tyler Pope showed us three technologies: SLS, SLA and FDM. This video focuses on their 3D Systems sPro 60, an SLS printer. They exclusively print in Nylon 12, but there are a variety of materials available. This sort of printer is well suited for service bureaus as multiple objects can be stacked in one build chamber. More about 3D Printing Ally: http://3dprintingally.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 1086 Fargo 3D Printing
Formlabs Form Cell - SLA Print Farm | CES 2018
 
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We finally saw the Form Cell in person! Zac Minnick gave us the lowdown on the new SLA print farm from Formlabs. The goal of the Form Cell is to automate the messiest part of the printing process, allowing for near "lights out" manufacturing. As long as the resin trays stay full and there are clean build plates, it will just keep printing. Since the lids are removed to allow for build plate swapping, the windows are made out of a UV blocking plastic. No curing station is built in as many customers have varied preferences for post processing. Each Form Cell is built to order, so there is no set price point. For more information, visit https://formlabs.com/3d-printers/form-cell/ Visit Fargo 3D Printing for all PARTS - UPGRADES - REPAIRS: https://goo.gl/Pweh62
Views: 2204 Fargo 3D Printing
3D Printing In Education With Fargo 3D Printing - Extended Edition
 
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3D printing in education is key to helping students learn STEM (and STEAM!) concepts more completely. Find out more how 3D printing can help your students: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/pages/free-consultation
Views: 688 Fargo 3D Printing
Replacing Replicator 2/2X Motor Cables
 
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If you need to replace the stepper motor cables in your Replicator 2 or 2X, follow this video for step by step instructions. Replacement motor cables are available in our online store: https://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/replacement-xyz-motor-cables-for-replicator-2-2x/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 519 Fargo 3D Printing
Install New Heater Cartridge (Rep 2/2X)
 
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A brief video on how to install a new heater cartridge in a MakerBot Replicator 2 or 2X. Buy a replacement here: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/makerbot-replicator-2-2x-replacement-heater-cartridge/ Video for changing ceramic insulation tape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbAa1XtnTig&index=10&list=PLqHrwjTmB8fT4hGoSRcktFemCTaseuiFm Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 5474 Fargo 3D Printing
Formlabs Form 2 at CES 2016
 
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We talked with Formlabs CMO (former) Colin Raney and learned about the Form 2. It was released in September 2015 and is almost a complete rebuild of the original. The laser is 50% more powerful and has a new way of peeling. Before it used a tilt movement, now it makes a lateral shearing motion. This time around, Formlabs is utilizing a cartridge system which allows for hotswapping. You never need to touch the resin! The resin tank is also heated. Available now. Check http://formlabs.com/ for more information. Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 3056 Fargo 3D Printing
LulzBot MOARstruder | CES 2017
 
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LulzBot is the #1 fastest growing computer hardware company on the Inc. 500 list. We talked to Marketing Associate Kara Sawinska about their new, high output tool head. The MOARstruder can push up to 100g of material per hour with layers sizes from 0.3 to 1.2mm thick. The stock nozzle has a 1.2mm diameter opening. It features dual active cooling fans and an extra long heating block. A new alpha version of Cura LulzBot Edition with is available now! https://www.lulzbot.com/cura For more information, visit https://www.lulzbot.com/ Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting
Views: 449 Fargo 3D Printing
Gaffer's Tape For 3D Printing
 
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Jake Clark, of Fargo 3D Printing, explains the advantages of using gaffer's tape rather than painter's tape while 3D printing. Tools Needed: Fargo 3D Printing Replicator 2 Gaffer’s Buildplate Tape Scissors Credit or plastic card Let's Get Started 1. Take the current build platform out of MakerBot Replicator 2. 2. Remove all tape from the current build platform and make sure the surface is clean. 3. The build plate should be placed frosted side up if you have an acrylic build plate. 4. Cut open Fargo 3D Printing Gaffer’s Tape package. 5. Remove both pieces of Gaffer’s Tape from the package. 6. Partially peel backing off of the Gaffer’s Tape. 7. Line the end of the Gaffer’s Tape up with the horizontal end of the platform (as you are placing the tape follow the engraved lines on the build platform). 8. Use credit card to remove bubbles from the Gaffer’s Tape as you place it on build plate and remove backing. 9. Repeat with other piece of Gaffer’s Tape. This product is now available on the Fargo 3D Printing website: http://www.fargo3dprinting.com/products/gaffers-buildplate-tape-for-makerbot-replicator-2 Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting
Views: 1193 Fargo 3D Printing
Changing Filament Mid-Print | F3DPS Ep 2.09
 
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Pushing out some old podcasts! In this episode, we talk about why you may change filament in the middle of a print. Color change, embedded parts and running out of filament are main reasons. Here is the bottle opener: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1089785 Voxel8: http://www.voxel8.com/ Low Filament Sensor: http://www.endlessparts.com/collections/3d-printer-parts/products/low-filament-sensor-for-3d-printer-detector-sounds-an-alarm-when-out-monitor?variant=16762129411 Don't forget to follow Fargo 3D Printing for further updates and new products. https://www.facebook.com/fargo3dprinting https://twitter.com/Fargo3DPrinting http://www.pinterest.com/fargo3dprinting/
Views: 1286 Fargo 3D Printing

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