I am wondering if the gcode command G92 Ennn does anything when using a pneumatic 3D printer. My understanding is that it supplies the filament when fed mechanically, but since my material is pushed through using a preset air pressure (not controlled through the gocode).
Hi everyone! I'm printing a biomedical chip that needs to be autoclavable. Autoclave conditions are: 121 deg. celcius, 100 kPa, 15 minutes. I have tried printing using polycarbonate filament but it didn't survive the first autoclave trial. PC filament was supposedly autoclavable because its Tg is 147 deg. celcius but the chip came out deformed and bent.
Hi guys, I need a bendable springy Rubber-like material, something like Filaflex. From a straight cylinder, I want to bend it into a circular arc, somewhat like the image attached. Which material would be the best? Thank you.
Hi all, I am currently starting a project in the biomedical field with the 3D printing technology. As everyone knows, the medical field is highly regulated!