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How to print great parts webinar projet1500

  1. 1. Projet 1000 & 1500 : How to Print Great Parts 3D Systems Partner March Webinar 2012-0329
  2. 2. Projet 1000 & 1500 : How to Print Great Parts Table of Contents Introduction SW Tips and Definitions Setup Tips Material Selection Print Preview- Tip of the Day Part Setup Tips Cleaning Tips Questions
  3. 3. SW & Setup Tips SW Term Highlights and Help Pages – Focus on Simple and Quick Information SW Quick Links for Setup – – – – Material Tray Setup Cartridge Setup Material Coating Test Coating Videos CLEAN PRINTERS PRINT BETTER PARTS !!!!
  4. 4. SW & Setup Tips: Setup Go to SW and Preview Tip Links Be sure glass is clean and dry – If coating looks ‘wet’ beneath tray during coat test. Remove and clean. Gasket should be dry and provide an even seal.
  5. 5. SW & Setup Tips: Setup Check Vacuum using Diagnostics under Advanced menu Vacuum Should be ~150 units below the Ambient [vacuum in image is not good] If vacuum is not adequate, remove material tray and check gasket location and condition.
  6. 6. SW & Setup Tips: Setup Check film coating – – View low and optimal coating and material level videos under Tips on menu bar Verify no debris is in tray
  7. 7. SW & Setup Tips: Setup Check bottom of material tray before inserting into printer. – – Remove dust and debris Bottom side should be ‘rough’ Material under film…need to remove and clean
  8. 8. Print Setup Check List Is printer clean? Is vacuum adequate? Is coating clean? Is material level in tray correct? If answer is yes to all 4-checks…Go to Prints selection on menu bar and choose New to open SW to create print
  9. 9. Projet 1000 &1500 Print Material Selection Projet 1000 prints only with Visijet® FTI-Ivory Projet 1500 is capable of printing with 6-different materials. All materials have low distortion properties, and have a plastic like appearance. – Visijet® FTI-Ivory- all purpose material – Visijet® FTI-Zoom- for high speed and draft capability Visijet® FTI-Grey- great for showing detail in parts Visijet® FTI-Black- consistent opacity black material Visijet® FTI-Blue- deep blue material Visijet® FTI-Red- bright red great for detail and surface quality – – – –
  10. 10. Visijet® FTI-Ivory: All purpose material
  11. 11. Visijet® FTI-Ivory: All purpose material
  12. 12. Multiple Colors Available Zoom not shown in image
  13. 13. Visijet® FTI-Zoom: High speed and draft capability
  14. 14. Visijet® FTI-Zoom: High speed and draft capability Prints up to 0.8 inches per hour. That means large 8inch tall part can be printed in up to 10 hours
  15. 15. Visijet® FTI-Grey: Great for showing detail in parts
  16. 16. Visijet® FTI-Grey: Great for showing detail in parts
  17. 17. Visijet® FTI-Black: Consistent opacity black material
  18. 18. Multiple Colors Available
  19. 19. Visijet® FTI-Blue: Deep blue material
  20. 20. Visijet® FTI-Red: Bright red great for detail and surface quality
  21. 21. Visijet® FTI-Red: Bright red great for detail and surface quality
  22. 22. Print Preview : Tip of the Day Tip of Day is where Best Practices are documented for the User. Tips are added as they are developed. Tip of Day opens each time Print Preview is opened or a new print is created. The More Details button will open an htm file for immediate viewing.
  23. 23. Print Preview : Tip of the Day Current List Print Preview Basic Tutorial Tilting Part Tips & Advantages - Webinar Example Preview Generated Supports - Webinar Example How to use Edit Supports Feature - Webinar Example Tips for Building Small Parts - Webinar Example Building Large Thick Parts - Webinar Example Repetitive Part Printing - Webinar Example Build Weight Estimates How to View Supports After Support Generation How to Support Medium to large Parts at an Angle - Webinar Example
  24. 24. Print Preview Webinar Examples Preview Supports & Support Editing Printing Cover Sets for Assembly & Support Removal Corner Support Check & Support Editing
  25. 25. Preview Supports & Support Editing Support Generation- Oriented Flat
  26. 26. Preview Supports & Support Editing Support Generation- 15-degree Tilt
  27. 27. Preview Supports & Support Editing Support Generation- 15-degree Tilt User Edited Supports Manually add a two supports to base to improve print reliability for corners.
  28. 28. Printing Cover Sets for Assembly: Support Generation- Oriented Flat
  29. 29. Printing Cover Sets for Assembly: Support Generation- Oriented Standing Oriented to: 1. Reduce Support Cleanup and scarring 2. Insure no supports are on mating features 3. Rotate facing the same direction to account for directional shrink
  30. 30. Printing Cover Sets for Assembly: Support Generation- Oriented Standing User Edited Supports Manually add a few supports to base to improve print reliability for ‘top-heavy’ part
  31. 31. Corner Support Check & Editing: Initial Support Generation
  32. 32. Corner Support Check & Editing: User Edited Support Manually add a few supports to base to improve print reliability for ‘top-heavy’ part
  33. 33. Post Processing Good Post Processing practices can add a great deal to your part quality. Tips such as support removal before final cure can help scarring. Derek Johnson will be doing a seminar in the near future regarding post processing.
  34. 34. Questions?

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