Imaginator 3D News 6 May 15

Boat Motor

Happy day after Cinco De Mayo! I hope everyone has found interesting items to print since my last blog. Today, I bring to you a few articles which are interesting and making the headlines. More and more companies are jumping into filament development which is good for all of us 3D printers. It means more […]

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Printing With Experimental Filament

Flex EcoPLA

Today’s discussion I cover some of the specialty filaments available on the market and the success and hurdles printing with some of them in the Imaginator 3D (I3D) machine. As such, I have used several nylons, flexibles, specialty colors, and photo chromatics. Some work well and some have their hurdles. Taulman’s 618 and 645 nylons are two […]

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Yoyo in the News 16 Apr 15

Yoyo

This week I believe has been one of the best weeks in the past several for headline news articles. As always, I’m on the lookout for cool new filament products and I have one I think you will find very interesting. Also, I cover a project that I believe many 3D printing fans may be willing […]

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News for 14 Apr 2015

Flying Wing

Happy Hump Day! Another week is upon us and it’s time to see what fascinating items are in the news for this week. Articles for this week include the synergistic effects of balsa and the 3D printing world. Combining the 3D printer with an already established media to create something completely new is an area […]

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Some News, Some Muse

Today, I have found only a couple of interesting articles to bring to your attention. Our first article is a Mom who is seamstress by trade, but has created a wave with her Star Wars jewelry replicas! Next, we take a look at a warning about using some of the new experimental filaments in your […]

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Imaginator News for 25 Mar 2015

Professor-Tony-Dyson-with-R2D2

Hi everyone, it’s again time to see if we can find an interesting article in the news for this week! Several items I found interesting include a hybrid which not only acts as an additive manufacturing machine (3D printer), but also as a subtractive manufacturing (milling) machine. Also, Taulman 3D has yet another new filament […]

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