The Future of 3D Printing

The Future of 3D Printing

What do nanobots, better water filtration, and space colonization have in common? They're all being made possible by advances in 3D Printing!

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HP OfficeJet 200 & 250 Mobile Printers: Professional portable printing on the go

HP OfficeJet 200 & 250 Mobile Printers: Professional portable printing on the go

The HP Officejet 200 portable printer and 250 all-in-one printer go where you go, and work where you work with a long battery life and high page yields.

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How 3D Printing Works [Repost]

How 3D Printing Works [Repost]

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Epson WF-100 Portable Printer

Epson WF-100 Portable Printer

The Epson WF-100 Portable Printer boasts an ultra small and lightweight design, ready to print documents, invoices, presentation notes, contracts and all other A4 documents on the go. It utilises WiFi direct technology so you can connect to the printer without a router and print wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Plus, with a built in rechargeable battery which can be charged via USB or AC power, you'll always be ready to print your documents as you need them.


17 Incredible 3D Printed Objects

17 Incredible 3D Printed Objects

From beautiful and unbelievable instruments that actually work to even things like an incredible 3D printed pizza made by NASA!

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# 10 3D-Printed Ear
You’ve seen 3D printing make fashion garments and body prosthetics, so it’s not too much of a leap to imagine a 3D printed organ. Scientists at Princeton University designed this bionic ear that can actually hear even better than human ears. The 3D printed cells and nanoparticles with a small coil antenna create the cyber ear that can be installed onto a real human and hear radio frequencies a million times higher than our own ears.

# 9 3D-Printed Cast
Jake Evill was a recent graduate of Victoria University when he broke his hand and was stuck with an arm cast that he found “archaic.” So he designed a cast for the millennial: a 3D printed, lightweight, washable, and breathable. It lets in air and prevents that age-old feeling of gross itchiness and suffocation the usual plaster casts come with. Plus, they just look super cool.

# 8 3D Printed Pizza
Try explaining to someone from 10 years ago that NASA funded a 3D printing project to print pizza. Well, that’s the reality we are living in. The company known as BeeHex was commissioned by NASA to develop palatable food for astronauts’ deep space journeys to Mars. The printer can create specific flavors and toppings and even shapes based on scanned .JPEG files to keep those bored astronauts appeased on their years-long journey. Humans aren’t scheduled to make any trips to our sister planet until the early 2030s, so we’ll probably be seeing these printed pizzas at theme parks and novelty restaurants until then.

# 7 Shakuhachi Flute
The Shakuhachi flute is a beautiful Japanese flute from the ancient Edo period that is classically made from a bamboo shoot. In 2016, you can now 3D print one out of stainless steel with matte or gold finishes and an intricate dragon design. You can own this ancient instrument for as little as 240 dollars.

# 6 3D Fetus
3D scans of your unborn fetus can be a little confusing to look at or understand. Now, you can get a 3D print of your fetus to hold and touch and see. For as little as 1275 US dollars a Japanese company will create a small sculpture with a software called Biotexture.

# 5 3DVarius Violin
If you’re into instruments at all you’re probably aware of the Stradivarius Violins and string instruments renowned for their well-made instruments. The 3Dvarius violins brings that model to the modern age with a slick 3D printed polymer design and funky synthetic sound. While it is based on the Stradivarius violins, it’s goal was to be it’s own unique shape and have it’s own unique sound.

#4 Tampon Magazine
Here’s something I’m sure none of us thought would exist: a Tampon Magazine. It’s meant to make you have fun and feel cute storing your tampons in a hyper-femme bullet style box, letting you shoot ‘em out whenever you need. It isn't really space efficient or practical but it is a way to bring something fun into what is arguably the worst time of any lunar cycle.

#3 3D Printed Medical Models
Surgeons and medical practitioners often have to practice procedures on dummy models or cadavers, but as you can imagine those options are either slightly inaccurate or expensive and a limited resource. Now, with 3D printed models practice dummies are easier to come by AND more accurate which is great for patients and surgeons alike.

# 2 3D Printed Buildings
When you think about 3D printing, you usually imagine printing little gadgets, lifehacks, and little things that make your life easier. If you take that to its logical conclusion, you might wonder if we'll ever have 3D printed buildings and housing. Well, we do, and they were printed and constructed by WinSun in China. These two buildings were constructed from parts entirely made with specially made 3D printing technology including the plumbing, wiring, and entire foundations.

# 1 3D Printed Camera Lens
This camera - including the lens - was made completely with a 3D printer, and it actually works! Camera lenses are made from either acyrlic or sandblasted resin, and it has all the moving parts that allow you to change aperture, load and unload film. The photos that come from this 3D printed camera aren’t exactly crisp or super pristine, but they have a dreamy quality about them that you would expect to come out of a handcrafted camera.


Primera Trio® All-In-One Color Printer Kit

Primera Trio® All-In-One Color Printer Kit

Consider this portable multi-tasker a mobile office for the meeting planner on the go. It not only prints name tags, signs, agendas and receipts, etc., it also scans and copies other must-have event materials. So it's ideal for those last-minute, unexpected requests that can heighten the stress level at an already busy registration table.


3D Printing with Flexible Filaments (on stock hardware!) - 3DP101

3D Printing with Flexible Filaments (on stock hardware!) - 3DP101

Want to try out flexible 3D printing without investing in custom hardware on your 3D Printer? In this 3D Printing 101 we'll show you the settings you need to change!

Not all 3D Printers can print all filaments, so your mileage may vary! Always closely observe 3D Printers, especially when trying new filaments and settings. All these tests were done on the Original Prusa i3 Mk2.

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3D Printed Car, Augmented Reality, Wireless VR, Robots, 8k TV - CES2017 Highlights!!

3D Printed Car, Augmented Reality, Wireless VR, Robots, 8k TV - CES 2017 Highlights!!

Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality, 3d printing Cars, 8k TV's, Robots, Dones, 3d pens, and more!

Below is a list of AWESOME stuff I did at CES:
• Projection mapping was very cool to watch
• Augmented reality glasses and helmets
• VR (virtual reality) I talked to HTC Vive - they are going to hook me up with their whole set VR up!! stay tuned in the future for videos of this!
• Robot by Lynx the first Alexa Robot integrated with voice commands!
• 360 Camera by Kotak that works with iphone!
• 8K tvs by Samsung and LG
DJI Phantom Drones with stabilization were amazing to watch
• Oombrella - An awesome rainbow umbrella that tells you the weather and won't get lost!
• Lulzbot 3D printers printed amazing octopus!
• LG had a huge impressive show made of many curved TVs
• Toyota had a futuristic car
• Dagoma had tons of 3D printers going at once!
• 3D printer that prints full color images!
• 3D printing with flexible material!
• A 3D printed pancake! (yes, it's edible!)
• Tons of awesome robots!
• Shapify (Artec3d) scanned me and made a digital file of me! So cool!
• Holograms with new projection technology was amazing to watch! Shown by Kino-Mo
• Many new 3D pens! 3D pens with low-temperature plastic! And Polyes has a new pen!
• A smart mirror that can detect changes in skin health
• 3D printed cars!!
• OLED display that was beautiful
• Double sided glass tv that was razor thin!
• New Cameras from Sony, Nikon, and Panosonic!

Lots of very cool 3d printer companies showed me how their tech works and told me about all the free open source programs I can use to design 3d models. Also I learned that there are so many types of filament to print with (30+) as well as new kinds of ink based and Resin printers. So cool! I can’t wait to learn more about 3d printing and try out these printers!

Thank you to everyone I met at CES for sharing your time and creative/cool products with me. I had a blast :)

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My Favorite Pocket Photo Printers!

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The first All in one 3D printer (3D printing, laser engraving, and 3D scanning)

The first All in one 3D printer (3D printing, laser engraving, and 3D scanning)

FLUX Delta is the most versatile 3D printer, which combines 3D printing, 3D scanning, laser engraving, and more functions in just one machine. It is the best digital creating device on your desk today.

FLUX Delta makes anyone into a creator who can realize his or her own great ideas. It is the closest humankind has come to the creative freedom: Not only can you access FLUX Delta anytime, anywhere, its various interchangeable modules and materials make it much easier to bring your vision to life.

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FLUX Studio is designed for creators, simplifying the process of 3D slicing, hardware control, and system configuration. It provides user-friendly softwares for all of your sophisticated design needs.

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6 Best Portable Printers 2017

6 Best Portable Printers 2017


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Portable printers included in this wiki include the epson workforce wf-100, canon pixma ip110, hp officejet 250 portable, canon selphy cp1200, primera trio, and brother pocketjet 6.

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FLUX All-in-One 3D Printer/Scanner/Laser Engraver/Plotter

FLUX All-in-One 3D Printer/Scanner/Laser Engraver/Plotter

We take a look at the Flux Delta all-in-one machine at Maker Faire 2016. This device is a 3D printer, but you can swap out its print head to make it a model scanner, laser etcher, or plotter. After a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014, it's finally shipping to backers.

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Top Five Best Portable Printers 2017 That'll Satisfy All Your Printing Needs On The Go!

Top Five Best Portable Printers 2017 That'll Satisfy All Your Printing Needs On The Go!

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10 cold, hard truths about owning a 3D printer

10 cold, hard truths about owning a 3D printer

3D printers. You know you want one. But do you really need it? Let's talk the cold, hard truths about owning a 3D Printer. Do you agree with my list? Did I miss anything important?

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How To Print Direct To Garment With The Epson F2000 DTG Printer

How To Print Direct To Garment With The Epson F2000 DTG Printer

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Have you ever wondered how those beautiful, high detail, full color designs get onto t-shirts? Well, as most of you know, screen printing them is one way. Shirts are printed as ink is squeegeed through a screen onto a garment. Screen printing is a craft, production friendly and has passed the test of time. Another option for t-shirt printing is direct to garment printing.

Direct to garment or DTG is when a digital printer such as this Epson F2000 prints, you guessed it, directly onto a garment, digitally. It requires no screens, no mess, and minimal space.

Sound easy enough? It can be if you do it right and use it for the right type of job. Let’s start there, the job.

Direct to garment caters to short run jobs with full color artwork on basic cotton or poly blend garments.

So if your customer brings you this logo and wants 500 of them, You’re going to be better off screen printing it, but if they only want 36 of them, now we’re talking dtg!

Unlike screen printers, DTG printers print only a small amount of ink, they also lay down an extreme amount of detail, this means the better quality shirt you print on, the better your print will look.

I recommend combed cotton or poly cotton blends commonly known as ringspun shirts, like this Next Level shirt you see here.

Avoid heavy, rough cotton low cost shirts as well as dark polyester or polyester blends which will dye migrate.

Next we need to pre-treat the shirt, this is an easy step and typically done with a machine, pre-treatment mats the shirt fibers together and gives a base for the print to stand up on, for dark garments, it also chemically sets the white under base so you can print color on top of it.

Once you spray the pre-treatment, we tap it with a heat press to matt the fibers down for about 35 seconds at 350 degrees.

Once pre-treated I can load the garment onto my epson printer and apply the hoop to smooth out the garment onto the print platen.

Next let’s jump into my Epson Garment Creator and drag in my artwork. Once it is centered and placed I simply hit print to my Epson F2000 RIP which is friendly to Mac and PC. The rip converts all of my important color data and detail and makes it compatible with the DTG ink set used in the Epson F2000.

The printer receives the information, loads the shirt, and starts printing. On this dark garment it prints the white under base first and then cycles back through to print the color overprint. With this 10x12” design it took us 3 minutes to print and we used approximately $ of ink.

After our print is done we can set the ink either in a heat press for around a minute or down a large convection conveyor dryer which works great if you have a lot of these printers going at once.

And there you have it, start to finish, we have a shirt in a matter of a few minutes. Direct to garmenting could be a perfect solution if you have customers needing shorter runs, higher color work. The Epson F2000 is manufactured and supported directly by Epson, it’s easy to use, setup, maintain and very affordable. To learn more visit check it out on and be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel for more videos on garment decoration.

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