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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Imaginator News for 25 Mar 2015

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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What’s in the News For 18 Feb 15?

A few articles back I mentioned a story on Graphene and how an infused filament could print electronic circuits. Well, in a step forward a group at Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute has developed a graphene oxide material which results in a pure graphene print when extruded!   The advantage of printing a pure graphene material is that […]

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News for 28 Jan 2015

Filament

In today’s blog I hope to bring to you a few more informative articles that will make your 3D printing experience more enjoyable. In this article we take a brief look at a filament comparison article, some new filament entering the market, and a flashlight that will last up to 20 years! 3D Printing Industry […]

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16 December 2014, News For The Week!

Monster Image

Princeton has developed a process for embedding electronic devices into contact lenses. In their latest venture they have embedded a LED into a 3D printed contact lens. They are trying to show that various materials can be printed and integrated together to produce a new product with synergistic effects. If you would like to learn […]

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Let’s Talk Specialty Filaments

  First, let me preface this week’s blog by saying that any product mentioned in this article is not an endorsement of that product. In most cases, I have not purchased, used, or even seen these products. This week’s article is an information delivery article on products that are available for 3D printers and or […]

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