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Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics
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Hobbyist 3D Printing Basics

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Presented at the Woodlawn Library, New Castle County Delaware.

Presented at the Woodlawn Library, New Castle County Delaware.

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  • 1. John Abella
  • 2. Basics Additive process, not subtractive. We build up material in the exact shape, rather than carving the piece out of a larger block. Additive = less waste, less mess
  • 3. Basics Subtractive Additive
  • 4. Basic Types Fused Desposition Granular Material + Binder Photopolymer
  • 5. Fused Deposition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FDM_by_Zureks.png
  • 6. Plastic Types Common:  ABS (Lego plastic)  PLA (Biodegradable, corn-based) Uncommon:  PVA  Nylon  HIPS  Polycarbonate
  • 7. How Much? Kits:  $600 or less: Solidoodle / PrintrBot  $1500 or less: Ultimaker / MakerGear M2 / Type A – Series 1 / 3D Systems Cube / Afinia Type H  $2200 or less: MakerBot Replicator 2 But there’s another option…
  • 8. Print Your Own RepRap.org
  • 9. Print Your Own RepRap.org 2007
  • 10. Print Your Own RepRap.org 2009
  • 11. Print Your Own RepRap.org 2010
  • 12. Print Your Own RepRap.org 2012
  • 13. Software Design software:  Free: Sketchup, Inventor Fusion  Open Source: Blender, OpenSCAD  Paid: Alibre, Q-Cad, Solidworks Operation Software:  Free: Makerware  Open Source: ReplicatorG, Slic3r, Pronterface, Repetier Host  Paid: NetFabb
  • 14. Software
  • 15. Software
  • 16. Software Lots more that we use regularly:  Meshlab  Pleasant3D  Meshmixer  OmNomNom  Skeinforge
  • 17. Find Me john@abella.net www.abella.net @johnabella flickr.com/jabella

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