Hello, Does anyone know is it possible on whatever method method, on whatever printer using presumably a flexible material to print a hollow compressible capsule. Like single unit eye drops?
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Hi all, I'm in the process of having a 3D file rendered for an Apple Watch Case in both 38mm and 42mm. Please see the attached image for visuals. The case would slip on over the band onto the case of the Watch. I need this printed in a rubber-like or silicone-like material. Any suggestions? Thank you!
For my graduation research I am looking for a way to design a 3D printed structure that provides sufficient damping in order to protect the electronics inside. The whole structure has to survive a drop from over 10 meters high without permanent deformation. Does anyone have experience with such a design?
I'm designing a L-bracket which holds two box-section-like tubes and I would like the bracket to have a flexible section at the middle of the L. This is because I want the bracket to accommodate angles which aren't quite the same as the bracket so it can flex to fit it.
I am willing to cold cast my 3D models in silver, copper, aluminum or other metals, I did a research on the internet about this but I live in the U.S.A. and have not found any materials similar to a page in Australia http://www.barnes.com.au/ I need to find these or similar products in the U.S.A. : 1. Pinkysil Part A 250 gm 2. Pinkysil Part B 250 gm 3. Diggers Casting and Embedding Resin
Hi hubowners, I am interested in 3d printing clothing. I'm looking for soft materials, what feel soft on the skin. Who have experience with these materials? and which materials are useful? thank you for your comments!
This is so amazing! Formlabs has just revealed their Casting and Flexible Resins available in November and December this year. The Casting Resin is designed for clean, ash-less burn-out and ultra high-resolution prints, while Flexible is pliable when thin and resilient when thick. Exciting! Both resins are compatible with the Form 1+ 3D Printer, as well as the Form 1.