3D Printer Series :

PART 4:

What 3D printer?

Free Energy Printing: Is it at all possible?

If 3D printing and Free Energy are a combination then count me in:

To Keep Up to speed with Laserhacker please go here : You will tell by some comments in Youtube that the shills are on to this site and do not like what they are reproducing :

GOOD FOR LASER HACKER:

He has plenty of good free energy devices as he incorporates his designs with new released technology.

http://laserhacker.com/

The reality is that 3D printing and Free energy is a reality and keeping up with the 3D printing industry then is a must:

Here are some links for those who are new to this series and would like to take it one stage at a time:

http://www.3ders.org/

Feature Image: Here you will see the latest smallest Self Replicating French version of Smartrap :  Kit set as feature image:

Click on Picture for link:

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An Insanely small model that builds its own kit with some other kits parts:

The reason I am suggesting building your own is simple: 3D Printers are maintenance demanding. Here is the Latest Reprap :

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The more you know about building and maintaining it from the outset the better it will be for you to keep up with the latest technology too: it appears your DIY making kits come with a pre cut Parts list and all the circuit boards with extrusion motors just now:

You will need to learn to build in XYZ : Thus operating and commissioning each avenue X =North South : Y= East West Z= Up Down:

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Where as my protocol for 3D Printing is the replication of Free energy for the future, Your ideas may not be :

Here is the Lulzbot: TAD 3.0 very simplistic and efficient :

Click on Image to learn more:

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Or Go to Lulzbot Facebook for latest and sign up with them:

Click on link below:

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Simply list the criteria of what you envisage building in the future Add the size and materials needed and find a Printer to suit those needs:

For me the Reprap is a large 3D Printer base with Heated base to take expansion in both materials  as well most importantly for new technology hitting this fastest of growing market places:

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For the latest in Reprap visit here:

http://reprap.cn/he3dtricolor-3d-printer-kit-package-reprap-p-1.html?zenid=f871dea45ec8be0194c31b2fa8dd6164

 

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The above 2 pictures show Multi head extruders ( Multi Head for colours ) Whilst I do not recommend complicating your 3D priniting machine  with Multi heads So much, It is worth Noting that Your selection should be accommodating for at least TWO Heated extrusion Heads in order to take on board the new Solar Panel makers of the future expected out in April 2014:

When completing your shopping list for your 3D printer please check out the previous articles in PARTS 1, 2 & 3:

This will ensure you have at least considered the alternatives and have back up links for sending your STL design files to Open Source networks:

PART 1 The Scanner : CLICK ON PICTURE:

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PART 2 The Soft Ware: CLICK ON PICTURE:

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PART 3 : The Materials and Heads : CLICK ON IMAGE:

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In Light Dave