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Dewang X4 Low Temperature 3D Printer Pen for $99

3D Printing Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm & a Leg
Expires January 23, 2017 23:59 PST
Buy now and get 37% off

KEY FEATURES

3D printing represents an exciting new frontier in many fields, from architecture to healthcare, and its uses are only growing. While a full-fledged 3D printer will set you back some thousands of dollars, these fun, productive pens allow you to create objects from nothing, simply by drawing.

  • Change the temperature & control the speed of drawing w/ 3 easy to switch options
  • Create objects out of thin air in a safe environment
  • Draw on hands or bodies without worrying that the temperature is too hot

PRODUCT SPECS

Details & Requirements

  • Pen size: 17mm x 19mm x 17mm
  • Weight: 52 g
  • Voltage: DC 5V 2A
  • Material: aluminum
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.6mm
  • Package size: 18.8 cm x 15.5 cm x 6 cm
  • Package weight: 400 g
  • Color: silver
  • Printed speed: 3 speeds/adjustable
  • Printing model: PCL 1.75mm
  • Loading filament model: double-click/single-click
  • Unloading filament model: single-click
  • Temperature: nozzle temperature stays 10°, working temperature remains 70°-90°, enabling you to draw on hands or bodies

Includes

  • 3D pen (silver)
  • Power cable
  • Template
  • 9m filament
  • User manual
  • 3D pen base
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M3D Printer & 4 Reels of Filament Bundle for $399

Finally, Bring Home 3D Printing with the First Truly Consumer Printer on the Market!
Expires December 31, 2016 23:59 PST
Buy now and get 20% off

KEY FEATURES

We’ve all dreamt of owning our own 3D printer. Whether your dreams spur from work or play, M3D has finally made it all possible. This affordable, high quality printer is the result 12,000 backers on Kickstarter, and is meticulously designed to make the process easy. Read on to view the impressive list of features.

  • Micro motion sensor chip allows for intelligent positioning feedback for precision
  • Carbon fiber rods provide for a sturdy & lightweight build
  • Aerospace-grade ceramic heater system allows for rapid & precise heating
  • Maintenance-free printing ensures reliable prints w/ multi-calibration system
  • Filament compartment allows easy replacement

PRODUCT SPECS

Details & Requirements

  • Supports many different materials: ABS, PLA, nylon, professional, chameleon
  • 50-350 micron layer resolution
  • 15 micron X & Y positioning accuracy
  • Filament: standard 1.75mm. 1/2lb rolls fit within print bed and allow you to try a variety of materials and colors for less! Standard filament rolls also supported.
  • Print height: 116mm (4.6″)
  • Base Print Area: 109mm x 113mm
  • Print Area Above 74mm: 91mm x 84mm
  • Removable Print Bed Size: 128x128mm
  • Printer Dimensions: It’s a cube, 7.3 in (185 mm) per side.
  • Printer weight: 1kg (2.2 lb)
  • Package weight: 2kg – 2.7kg (4.4 lb – 6 lb)
  • USB Compatible
  • M3D software for an effortless, plug-and-play experience

Includes:

  • 3D printer
  • 1 reel of filament, 4 additional reels of filament (Black, White, Silver & Clear 3D Ink)

    Compatibility

    • File Types Supported: .stl, .obj
    • Compatible w/ Mac & PC
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March 12, 2015   /   by Marco   /   , , , , , ,

How to Disable Printing Confirmation Report Samsung Printer

How to Disable Printing Confirmation Report Samsung Printer

We’ve had the Samsung Printer CLX-6220 Series for several years now. It has served us well and has been very reliable. There was one feature though that I had to disable even after all these years of putting up with it and that was to disable the Printing Confirmation Report. This is what I’m refeering […]

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June 3, 2011   /   by Marco   /   , , , , , , , , , , ,

PDFCreator – the free and open source PDF writer

PDFCreator – the free and open source PDF writer

If you need to use an open source PDF creator then use PDFCreator. Simple hey! I’ve used this tool for several years and it does the job. Once you install it all you have to do is select the PDFCreator printer and click print. You’ll then be asked where you want to save the file […]

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