3D Scanning, 3D Design and 3D Printing are all separate disciplines to master and that can sound really daunting. What if we had a practical workflow that took advantage of all of these technologies in order to solve a common problem of replacing broken hard to find parts? In this webinar, the team at Shop3D.ca will take you through the process of 3D scanning, reverse engineering and 3D printing a replacement using different additive technologies. We'll talk about technical considerations as well as what technologies are suited for this purpose all within 30 mins.
Felix takes a look around the Sigma D25, a desktop IDEX 3D printer from BCN3D. This capable entry-level machine boasts a large build volume, a wide range of materials, and a very smart user experience. This practical and robust 3D printer makes IDEX accessible to users at every level.
The team at Shop3D unbox and go over first impressions of the ZMorph FAB. The ZMorph FAB is an excellent 3-in-one tool with quick swap heads that offers single or dual extrusion 3D printing, CNCing, laser cutting and laser engraving.