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A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers

Posted by gggglu 
A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 01:49AM
I published this product not long ago.

The original plan was to let enthusiasts use a light-curing printer to make it to get a better touch.

But most light-curing materials are not environmentally friendly and tough.

Now I hope you all use FDM printers to challenge it.

I am an experienced mechanical engineer. If you want to improve the existing FDM structure, I think I can satisfy you. #Contact me using XMPP

Find it on [email protected] #Remove "-"



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Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 02:30AM
A new chocolate bar ?


"A comical prototype doesn't mean a dumb idea is possible" (Thunderf00t)
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 02:33AM
Angled Keyboard...but the post makes no sense


[mechabits.co.uk]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 03:04AM
Spamvertising...
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 03:40AM
People can talk about all the things of the well-known brands,

However, any new things that appear will be defined as advertisements by mysterious forces.

I think this is a consciousness bug.

The purpose of any advertisement is to sell, I never sell anything

I also deliberately hide the logo and other signs.

Please do not abuse advertising attacks
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 05:33AM
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MechaBits
Angled Keyboard...but the post makes no sense

I am straight, not for me then ! smiling smiley (I guessed it was a keyboard too)


"A comical prototype doesn't mean a dumb idea is possible" (Thunderf00t)
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 05:35AM
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gggglu
People can talk about all the things of the well-known brands,

However, any new things that appear will be defined as advertisements by mysterious forces.

I think this is a consciousness bug.

The purpose of any advertisement is to sell, I never sell anything

I also deliberately hide the logo and other signs.

Please do not abuse advertising attacks

How do you pronounce your pseudo ? Like you write ?


"A comical prototype doesn't mean a dumb idea is possible" (Thunderf00t)
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 06:35AM
Useless replies are real spam.

FDM printing generally uses 2d-stacking algorithm, which is very limited.

You can try it, the current FDM cannot print this model perfectly.

I think FDM should probably consider 3d-stacking algorithm.

If reprap or others are interested in 3D stacking algorithm, I can provide help design. Whether it is entry level or industrial level.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/21/2020 06:41AM by gggglu.
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 06:40AM
So you come to our FDM forums just to poo poo all over them.....

This is really not a good start.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/21/2020 06:44AM by Dust.
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 06:49AM
I just hope FDM can print it perfectly.

I think if this 3d-model is a banana, it won't make you attack.

If this 3d-model causes discomfort to some people, I am very sorry.

If the administrator doesn’t like me either, then please delete the post and me.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/21/2020 07:01AM by gggglu.
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 07:31AM
Everyone here is over the age of 6 and not interested in playing childish games.

How about this: you fabricate the object by your special secret means and on a "standard" FDM printer to clearly demonstrate how your method is better. If you demonstrate that it's actually better, there will be many people interested in your super special secret technique and your rock star dreams will come true.


Son of MegaMax 3D printer: [www.instructables.com]
Ultra MegaMax Dominator 3D printer: [drmrehorst.blogspot.com]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 07:46AM
I think Shion has good intentions.

[github.com]


http://www.marinusdebeer.nl/
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 09:27AM
but that githhub page looks like it was written by someone who understands english, surely buying an ergo keyboard would be cheaper and probably look much better.
[www.youtube.com]

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/21/2020 11:16AM by MechaBits.


[mechabits.co.uk]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 02:37PM
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MechaBits
but that githhub page looks like it was written by someone who understands english, surely buying an ergo keyboard would be cheaper and probably look much better.
[www.youtube.com]

Yeah I agree, it's weird they do not even make an effort to write a good opening post here.


http://www.marinusdebeer.nl/
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 21, 2020 04:21PM
If you turn your keyboard 90° and print all caps as individual parts, they will be printed perfectly. I don't understand what you want to be made better. Can you please explain more details?

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/21/2020 04:23PM by JoergS5.
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 01:01AM
I used FDM to print models before 2015, I think I understand FDM very well.

It's 2020, and I don't know how much FDM has improved over the past.

I cannot buy FDM from many different manufacturers for printing test.

So posting here is correct in my opinion.

Because this 3D model is not as well known to everyone as bananas, Think this is an advertisement, this is a consciousness bug

I would recommend FDM with better printing effect to fans, I also don't think my recommendation is an advertisement.

In short I don’t think FDM can print usable models. If your FDM can print available, I would recommend it to people.
VDX
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 02:20AM
... "usable models" depends on aimed use or technology -- FDM has entered the industrial/commercial world long ago ... but in the consumer market, with the "cheapish" behaviour, it's a bit more difficult to find the optimal system smoking smiley


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Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 02:25AM
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gggglu
I used FDM to print models before 2015, I think I understand FDM very well.

It's 2020, and I don't know how much FDM has improved over the past.

I cannot buy FDM from many different manufacturers for printing test.

So posting here is correct in my opinion.

Because this 3D model is not as well known to everyone as bananas, Think this is an advertisement, this is a consciousness bug

I would recommend FDM with better printing effect to fans, I also don't think my recommendation is an advertisement.

In short I don’t think FDM can print usable models. If your FDM can print available, I would recommend it to people.

It depends what you want. I designed and printed a machine with which I create artworks that sell. Either think outside your box, or not. Your keyboard is only one object.


http://www.marinusdebeer.nl/
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 04:44AM
Instead of printing the keyboard, you can also consider printing the mold of the keyboard with a FDM 3D printer and use a production method like injection molding.

You ask for improvements since 2015. I think some points are
- many new filament materials, like compound ones
- from 8 to 32 bit processors, so complex kinematics like Delta are better supported. This means better curve printing e.g.
- multimaterial and multicolor support, but this is a field still evolving and not matured IMHO, but if you want to be ahead...

If you interested in the quality, you should also investigate which finishing possibilities you have. A good overview is at [support.stratasys.com] which recommends Stratasys products of course, but if you abstract from this, they provide a good overview.

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 07/22/2020 05:18AM by JoergS5.
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 09:49AM
I print usable models using my FDM printer almost daily.

In general, once a user has some experience with FDM printing and understand its limitations, and the limitations of their specific printer, they can start to tailor designs to work better with FDM. Not all designs are appropriate for FDM- just look at Thingiverse to see thousands of examples.


Son of MegaMax 3D printer: [www.instructables.com]
Ultra MegaMax Dominator 3D printer: [drmrehorst.blogspot.com]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
July 22, 2020 11:33AM
I got the feeling he already knew that


[mechabits.co.uk]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
August 23, 2020 07:17PM
I see a 3D stacked FDM,Has a good surface.



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Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
August 24, 2020 08:28AM
3d stacked is that the same as non planar?


[mechabits.co.uk]
Re: A 3d-model worth the challenge of FDM printers
August 29, 2020 08:17AM
From my native language, it means the same, but the vocabulary is different.

I just discovered that 3D stacking can not only achieve better surface effects, but also increase printing speed.

Rough machining and finishing method similar to cnc
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