Sprite Science™ 12 Pack Painters Tape 30cm x 18.5cm Blue Square Sheets for 3D Printer

This Rectangle Piece of Painters Tape will cover most (if not all) 3D Printer Print Beds with one single piece.

Perfect for easy application to your print bed, no need to try and line up multiple pieces of 2 or 3 in painters tape.

Provides easy release of printed parts as they cool.

Package:

12pack x 30cm x 18cm Tape Square

Product Features

  • 12 Pack 30cm x 18cm Tape Square with release liner
  • Perfect Tape for easy application to your 3D printer’s build plate
  • Prints come off cleanly with no lines on the bottom from multiple pieces of tape.
  • Applies to the surface cleanly, and easily with easy re position just lift off and reapply.
  • Just like the tape that comes packaged with a Replicator 2 to be used on the Printer Plate

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Sprite Science™ 3D Printer Tool Kit,Wood Carvers set,ABS and PLA Carving knife/graver

Easily remove supports, raft and other excess material from your 3D printed models with these 3D printing cutting tools.

This kit comes with five cutting tools, all differently shaped to fit different corners and curves.

Each tool has a quality constructed, long lasting hardened steel blade, and a comfort grip handle.

These tools will work with all 3D printed models produced with ABS or PLA filament.

Product Features

  • Durable, hardened steel blades
  • Five different blade shapes for working on a variety of corners and curves
  • Comfortable handle grips
  • Removes ABS and PLA raft and supports from 3D printed objects
  • Works with all 3D printer models that use ABS or PLA filament

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Sprite Science™ 12 LM8UU Linear Bearings for 3D Printer.

Perfect for linear motion on your 3D Printer, CNC, or other applications.

They come factory sealed in pairs and may require lubrication.

Product Features

  • 12 LM8UU Linear Bearings
  • 8mm Inside diameter, 15mm outside diameter, 24mm length
  • Great for linear motion on 3D Printer, CNC, and other applications
  • Bearings may require lubrication and break in period.
  • Brand new& High quality.

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It is rocket science! World's first 3D craft set for take-off

London (AFP) – Fuelled by beer and the enthusiasm of amateurs, a British team on Friday said it was preparing to launch the world’s first ever 3D printed rocket.

Showing off the human-sized rocket in a central London office, Lester Haines, head of the “Special Projects Bureau” at technology magazine The Register, described the technical challenges and “big future” of 3D printing in aeronautics.

“You can do highly complex shapes that simply aren’t practical to do any other way,” he told AFP, dressed in a white lab coat sporting the project motto “Ad astra tabernamque”, which means “to the stars and the pub”.

“NASA are already 3D-printing metal rocket parts, so it’s obviously got a big future.”

The project — sponsored by German data analytics firm Exasol — was suggested by readers of The Register and goes by the grand title “Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator”, or LOHAN for short.

It took 30 committed team-members, including doctorate aeronautical engineers, four years to build the rocket.

The biggest challenge, according to Haines, was getting the standard hobbyist rocket motor to fire at high altitudes.

The team said it will launch the rocket from Spaceport America, the home of Virgin Galactic in New Mexico, later this year, after securing the £15,000 ($24,000, 19,000 euros) needed for lift-off on crowdfunding site Kickstarter.

A huge helium balloon will lift the rocket 20,000 metres (65,600 feet) into the stratosphere, at which point the onboard GPS will ignite the engine, catapulting it to speeds of around 1,000 miles (1,610 kilometres) per hour.

The three-kilogramme rocket, which cost £6,000 to print, will then use an onboard autopilot to guide it back to Earth, all captured by an onboard video camera.

Haines explained how 3D printing’s main advantage was in speeding up the process of refining prototypes, requiring only a tweak to the computer-aided design (CAD) plans that instruct the printer.

He called LOHAN “a because it’s there project”, and had no commercial value, but added that the number of potential uses for similar Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) was “endless”.

With the countdown on, Haines dispelled any suggestions the crew was feeling the pressure.

“We got some of the team turning up for a beer tonight,” he revealed. “It’s going to get really messy.”