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Peanuts - Pig Pen
This is Pig Pen! You can gift it or just make it for personal use. Some other possibilities include mounting it in a frame, or tacking it on the wall. The possibilities are up to you! The included gcode is sliced for the Prusa MK2.5 with the color...
Peanuts - Pig Pen
This is Pig Pen! You can gift it or just make it for personal use. Some other possibilities include mounting it in a frame, or tacking it on the wall. The possibilities are up to you! The included gcode is sliced for the Prusa MK2.5 with the color. ..
#23 pig pen As a challenge to myself I'll see if I can give away 30 objects in 30 days. This is number twenty three, a pig pen. It is designed meet a medieval fantasy setting, and it is scaled to be used in 28mm miniature gaming. ...
#23 Pig Pen As a challenge to myself I'll see if I can give away 30 objects in 30 days. This is number twenty three, a pig pen. It is designed meet a medieval fantasy setting, and it is scaled to be used in 28mm miniature gaming. ...
Pen Moana Pig Pua
Pig Pua pen from the movie Moana
Pig Trophy Pen Holder
... the Pig Emoji Trophy by marianahr modified to hold some of my pens. ...For example the cute pig pen, https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4336811 If you like what I do consider adding a like to the model, or following. Both are greatly appreciated! ...
Cute Pig Pen
This is the Supportless - Cute Pig (3D printer test) by FiveNights on a pen. If you like what I do consider adding a like to the model, or following. Both are greatly appreciated! ...
Pig Pen Cypher
A Pig Pen Cypher is made for converting letters into symbols to send secret messages. The first 18 letters are set in a tic-tac-toe design and the last 8 in an X. To convert symbols to letters, a shape that resembles the area the letter is listed...
Pig Pen Holder
Desktop pen holder I made for a one of my wife's co-workers.
Pig Snout Pen Holder
Simple pen holder with hexagon patterns. Can attach magnets to stick to fridges or stand on its own. Print the snout portion in pink for best results. May be printed without support depending on how good your printer is at bridging. ...Brim suggested.
28mm / 1:56 Pig pen
A simple pig pen, pigs not included. ... Cinder blocks can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2921942 Tutorial for making mud: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3L3-7xL7_E&t=4s
Customized version of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:800779 Created with Customizer! ...http://www.thingiverse.com/apps/customizer/run?thing_id=800779 Instructions Using the following options: content. ..
Customized version of https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3530989 Created with Customizer! ...https://www.thingiverse.com/apps/customizer/run?thing_id=3530989
Ink Stamp : Codes - Pig Pen Cipher
Pig Pen enciphered message. ... Use the scad file to generate ink stamps using pig pen letters.
Year of the Pig pen holder
2019 is the year of the Pig. ...Happy New Year. Keep it on your desk and it will be your lucky Pig for the whole year.
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Final Grupo GIF (Gidoni, Ibarra Garcia, Fabeiro) DMT5A, Texturizado, Render y Iluminación.
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3Doodler PRO 3D Pen: Tips for Printing in Wood, Nylon, and Metal
A key differentiator that puts the 3Doodler PRO pen above the rest of our 3D printing pens is the vast array of specialty materials that it’s compatible with. Designed for engineers, architects, designers, artists, and more, this pen has something to offer to each professional in their niche.
With the introduction of new Wood filament colors, we’ve put together a summary of the characteristics of each specialty material (wood, nylon and metals), along with some tips and tricks from Cornelia Kuglmeier, which you might find useful for all types of 3D pen designs.
Pears Doodled with Wood Filaments
Made with real wood fibre, this material carries a mild and natural wood aroma, and creates a sandy surface appearance when Doodled. Like any wooden material, it can be sanded down to reveal a cleaner finish. You could even stain the wood to give it a darker shade or to accentuate details in certain parts of your design.
Wood filaments, are favored by architects who want to add some life-like aesthetic to models, loved by sculptors to make figurines that add a warm feeling to interior decor, and used by the everyday handyman for repairs on wooden furniture, floors, utensils and more.
By popular demand, we’ve added 3 new color options (Cherry, Birch and Walnut) (link to AMZ Wood bundle) in addition to the existing Natural shade, to allow for more variety in creations! All Wood filaments have the same characteristics when in use.
The ideal settings for Wood is:
Temp: 170°C – 200°C (338°F – 392°F) / Speed: 3-6
Wood is perfect for:
Coating a structure that is pre-built with ABS or PLA plastic.
Making flat pieces to assemble together.
To make small, delicate pieces, we recommend using speed 1 or 2 to keep the plastic soft and fluid, making it easier to draw finer details, plus adjusting the fan speed allows you to control how fast/slow the plastic hardens.
Koy Fish Handbag Doodled with Nylon Filaments
Nylon , creates a very interesting fabric-like texture with a semi-translucent appearance. When extruded, the material forms sturdy strands that are bendable, but strong enough to hold their structural shape.
Designers love using Nylon to make an entire fashion accessory, outfit, or create embellishments to add decorative details to plain items. You could also make stylish home decor with this material, such as subtle wall art made up of dandelions.
Although Nylon is only available in one color, you can use fabric dye or food coloring to add some interesting effects to your final design. Here’s an example, using food coloring, of how you can create a beautiful color blending effect.
The ideal settings for Nylon is:
Temp: 200°C – 225°C (392°F – 437°F) / Speed: 3-6 / Fan: medium-high
Nylon is perfect for:
Making functional parts or free-form structures.
Developing prototypes of clothing designs.
When joining nylon to nylon, we recommend turning the pen temperature up to 230°C – 240°C and fan to low, speed to 2 or 3. This helps to create extrusions that harden slower, and are therefore more sticky so you can create stronger connection points. Also, make sure to press the pen firmly onto the Doodled pieces to secure the joint.
Mix up your technique and use extruded Nylon filament to weave, crochet or braid to fabricate unique textures.
Theodore & Hepburn in Bronze & Copper by Cornelia Kuglmeier
Bronze and Copper filaments allow you to create 3D structures which can be polished in different ways to get a premium-looking metallic finish. When left untreated, the metals have a clay-like appearance, which is unique in its own way.
Working with metal offers a very unique experience both while you Doodle, and after. It is ideal for making jewelry pieces and sculptures which may have otherwise required special tools and techniques to create.
The ideal settings for both Bronze and Copper is:
Temp: 180°C – 200°C (356°F – 392°F) / Speed: 3-5 / Fan: High
Tips for using Bronze and Copper:
Doodle two to three layers to increase the strength of your creation, as these materials are brittle if using a single layer only.
For larger pieces, you can create a base structure in ABS or PLA to enhance rigidity.
For flat pieces, or pieces with a bigger surface, you can polish with sand paper to achieve a shinier and smoother finish. Start with a rough grit (e.g. 400 grit) to get rid of the overall roughness, then progress to a very fine grit (e.g. 1200 grit) to achieve next-level shine and shimmer. We recommend using wet sanding paper, or polishing paste. Finish off with steel wool.
For smaller creations with more crooks and edges, you can use the tumble finishing technique to give it an even more polished look. Fill the barrel with brass screws, put your Doodled piece in and let the machine do its work. Make sure to check on your piece from time to time, to see if it’s been damaged, if so, fix it then return to the tumbler. You will see the effects of this technique after about an hour of tumbling.
If the pen has trouble extruding metal filament, we recommend putting the pen on reverse, instead of pushing the filament through by force. If you can’t grip the strand as it is too short, adjust the pen temperature to 130°C, screw off the nozzle tip, then put the pen on reverse again and gently push the plastic out with the cleaning tool provided. Screw the nozzle back on to continue your work.
If you’d like to learn more about the different materials or the 3Doodler PRO pen itself, be sure to check out our dedicated product page.
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3D-pen for 3D-printer, fixing blotted print / Sudo Null IT News
Almost everyone has heard about 3D-pens. Many have tried them, many have them. So, perhaps, this gadget will surprise no one. And, probably, if there is a 3D printer at home, then the pen against its background will look very funny. But... Do not rush, a 3D pen can become an indispensable assistant and a very handy tool for any maker. Now, using my example, I will show how easy it is to save a three-dimensional model that took 41 hours to print using a 3D pen.
Let's start by inspecting the gadget.
Everything is standard, the box contains instructions, power supply and the pen itself.
Power supply cable length 1.4 m, should be enough for most outlets near tables.
12 volt, 3 amp power supply.
At idle, it easily gives out the declared volts, I didn’t measure the current, sorry. Let's go straight to the test.
Handle like a handle. Of the interesting - this is the specified nozzle diameter - 0.7 mm. A big plus for me personally is that the pen is omnivorous. You can print both PLA and ABS. There is also a manual temperature control.
Mode selection is intuitive. You just need to press the buttons on the sides of the screen.
Next, press the feed button, you can release it once. Heating starts. Heats up quickly, faster than a 3D printer.
When the desired temperature is reached, the indicator to the left of the screen changes from red to green.
In addition to adjusting the temperature, there is an adjustment for the plastic feed (speed) on the handle.
On the other side of the feed adjustment there are 2 buttons - “squeeze out” and “pull out”.
Filled for the first test with a piece of plastic left over from the last print.
On the first delivery, you can see that there was already some plastic in the nozzle. This is good, since the handle was really checked. Some printer manufacturers supply them with a printed figure on the table, the user immediately sees that the device is working and prints as it should.
I had test plastic right away for a reason, I refilled transparent SBS, it is quite soft and often there are problems with it when printing on a printer. Here, everything immediately went briskly.
A small digression.
I was given a set of plastic along with the pen.
By the way, a very good addition to the 3D pen. In addition to conveniently located plastic in separate pockets, there is a compartment for storing a pen, as well as an envelope with sketches on tracing paper for easy creation of three-dimensional models.
Before we start, let's check the handle on a simple model.
We take a tracing paper and draw glasses along the contour.
When the plastic has cooled, it can be easily removed from the tracing paper. We're filming.
Draw the second bow.
Next, melt the temples to the glasses.
PLA plastic is very pleasant to work with, easy to soften and stick to each other. But there is one drawback, it should not be overheated, it becomes too fluid, but more on that later.
Glasses are ready.
Now let's get down to business. I printed a Pinky monster figurine from DOOM 3. Printing did not work right away, the model is very complex with spikes and other details sticking out in all directions. I printed both in 2 extruders with supports from HIPS, and with supports generated in MeshMixer. But when moving to the beginning of the hands, something always fell off and I had to stop printing. Perhaps the plastic is to blame, it is almost a year old and it was stored without a package and a box, just like that.
In general, for the third time I combined printing methods and added supports from HIPS plastic to the model with supports from MeshMixer. In the middle of printing, I saw that my hands were torn off again, but I spat and finished printing to the end, deciding to simply glue the damaged parts.
The parts have been reprinted and now with a 3D pen I can easily glue them to the main model.
With such a seam, glued parts are obtained, but firmly. And the protruding excess plastic can be ground off or cut off with a knife after treatment with dichloromethane.
Saw off the muzzle.
And glue a new, high-quality one.
This is a darned creation of Frankenstein.
Here you can see the comparison of the quality of the old and new muzzle.
Let's move on to the hands. It’s more difficult here, in some places it turned out to be a big gap.
But, in principle, the handle easily copes with wide gaps.
It remains only to process the seams.
I didn't sand or dry sand them. I decided to treat the entire model with methylene chloride, it dissolves both PLA and ABS equally well.
The seams have become smoother, but most importantly, the top layer of plastic has become soft and can be easily cut with a knife, like plasticine. Align all the seams, cutting off the excess, and once again go through the brush with DCM.
And here is the result:
Finally, let's look inside the 3D pen.
Remove the black tip and unscrew one single screw.
Here you can see a ceramic nozzle with a heater and a thermistor, a short bowden tube and an extruder on a simple brushed motor. The feed is controlled by the rotation speed of the motor shaft. On the motor there is a small brass gear pushing through plastic, on the other hand, all this is pressed by a small bearing with a flat side. In general, everything is very simple, like Kalash. Yes, and remember, I wrote about the fact that you should not overheat PLA plastic. In the disassembled photo, it is noticeable that there is something red on the back of the heater, where the tube enters it. It's just PLA plastic, I painted it a little in the heating mode for ABS, and it became so liquid that it went in the opposite direction. If this is abused, then I think a lot of it can accumulate there and this will lead to overheating and failure of the handle. Be careful.
In conclusion, I would like to say that earlier, when I didn't have a pen, I was angry… I'm sorry. :) Before, when I didn't have such a pen, I used a soldering iron to close the damaged seal.