Makerbot just released their new Method 3D Printer, a successor to Replicator+ with a clear merging of Stratasys technology into the Makerbot brand. Let's see what's new! Makerbot have finally released a new Method 3D Printer so let's check out the new features and who they are targeting with this "from-the-ground-up" refreshing 3D Printer. [...]
MakerBot Released a new 3D-printer! The MakerBot Replicator+ I’ve been trying one out as part of testing at Creative Tools (authorized MakerBot reseller in northern Europe). This video contain BETA-features pre-release that are now improved/updated. My review video are always quite long, instead of chopping stuff away I made a menu that works with the […]
3D-Printing Carbon fiber PLA from Colorfabb Check out the DSLR project here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:226023 There’s also a mini series (ongoing) on the development: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz81jhGN9maoCm5LVcq0NYlaIutlSjZL5
In this video we’re taking a quick look how the Wifi currently works with the MakerBot Replicator 3D-printers.Its great how you can monitor and start prints over Wifi. The system works with several printers and computers at once.
This episode shows the finished handle for the rig. I’ts printed with two materials. The core is a hard PLA-filament structure and the surrounding grip is made of NinjaFlex. NinjaFlex is an incredible cool material that’s flexible and feels like soft latex/rubber. The grip gives a good friction surface to the rig when you put […]
In this video we will go through the process of replacing a 3D-printer nozzle and upgrading it to a model with smaller diameter. In the video we’re using a MakerBot Replicator 1 Dual Extruder. We will configure a separate profile for as well so MakerWare will slice the model just as you want!
In this video you can see MakerBot Replicator 2 printing with a wooden plastic called LayWood D3. It uses wooden fibers in a plastic 1.75mm filament. It’s an really awesome material. It feels just like wood. It’s bendy but less “cracks” when you stress it really hard due to plastic base.