Top 5 Videos: A Spray to Better Scan Your Parts…
This week, discover AESUB’s 3D scanning sprays: the company has developed a solution to improve the quality of your 3D scans. By applying a spray to the part to be captured, any defect or error is avoided, allowing optimal work to be obtained. We also invite you to watch the second part of this three-part miniseries on the anatomy of 3D printed parts. Finally, discover our test of the Epsilon W50 machine : from unboxing to printing, we tried everything! In any case, we wish you a very happy Sunday!
TOP 1: AESUB and its 3D scanning sprays
When it comes to 3D scanning a part, you must pay attention to certain points to be sure to obtain a clean surface. For example, it is essential not to let light pass through the object being scanned otherwise the scanner will only pick up a fraction of the light from the reflected beams, leaving room for a lower quality scan. The German company AESUB has devised a solution to get around this problem: it has developed a range of scanning sprays that improve the quality of 3D scans. We’ll let you discover an example in the video below:
TOP 2: Additive Manufacturing with the Tritione Dominant MoldJet Technology
The production of metal parts holds an underlying, but colossal pertinence in our everyday lives. It is key to our daily commutes, the production of the food we consume, the music we listen to, and even the ways in which we communicate with one another. Thanks to 3D printing technology, Tritione Dominant MoldJet Technology is able to produce the so essential metal parts in large quantities, requiring only a defined concept to work from. To find out more about the technology, watch the video below:
TOP 3: We tested the Epsilon W50
The Spanish manufacturer BCN3D now offers a range of professional FDM 3D printers. 3Dnatives had the chance to test their Epsilon W50 model and print many parts with various materials. After 180 hours of 3D printing, Elliot gives us feedback in a testing and unboxing video. Among the key features of the machine are its reliability, its two independent extruders and its print volume :
TOP 4: Anatomy of 3D Printed Parts: Walls and Supports
In the second part of this three-part miniseries on the anatomy of 3D printed parts, we focus on walls and supports. Walls form any surface of the part that is not directly parallel to the build bed and perform important functions. Supports, on the other hand, are sacrificial structures that hold cantilevered portions of parts during printing. Find out in this video how they work and what you should pay attention to!
TOP 5: Additive manufacturing and dentistry
As you may know, one of the main advantages of 3D printing is its ability to manufacture custom parts. A key point in the medical sector where each device can be adapted to the patient. In dentistry, 3D technologies have long been used to produce a variety of applications, from implant to crown. Today, several players have specialized in this niche, in particular 3D Systems which offers a range of dental machines. This is the case of the NextDent 5100, the characteristics of which are presented in the video below:
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