This educational post will summarize the different options and manufacturing methods available for metal 3D printing. We'll cover the in-house and outsourcing costs and why BASF's Ultrafuse 316L is the best way to enter the metal 3D printing space.
The 3D printing tip series features different "hacks" you can use to get better 3D prints! Each tip showcases a common problem that comes with 3D printing and offers quick and easy solutions for you to get an edge. Today we're troubleshooting under extrusion.
So you've been looking at 3D scanner and stumbled open the Einscan Pro 2X, and the older wiser sibling the Pro 2X Plus. We get tons of questions about the difference between them, and that's what this post will precisely address.
In an effort to continue to provide the best service for our customers through this uncertain time, we have set up a curbside pickup. This allows you to locally pickup at our Mississauga and Vancouver locations while maintaining safe social distancing.
Our version of the face shield is tool-free and is made out of 4 parts. TPU filament, top holder, bottom holder, and a PETG sheet. The assembly can be done by anyone in under 1 minute. The PETG sheet can be removed to be wiped clean using a virus wipe and inserted into a new or sanitized holder.
We believe the long term solution isn't trying to print end use medical parts, it's to help manufacturers retool as quickly as possible to mass produce medical equipment. Any manufacturer can reach out to Shop3D for printing, prototyping and design support to support this initiative.