We’ve already used to the 2D printers. Insert a paper, push a button, then comes out the copy. Have you ever think copy a physical entity, but not just the texts or pictures? Yes, 3D printer offers that magical duplication.
3D printer works by taking a computer-designed virtual model and instructing a 3D printer to layer on plastic, building up slice by slice into a finished three-dimensional object.
Well, Aurora 3D printer is a completely built-it-yourself kit—assembled by yourself and create things followed your idea.
When you receive the package–including screws, nuts, motors, levers, panels, fitting tools, etc.
A paper manual walks you through the few minor steps of assembling the hardware. Honestly, it is a little difficult, and you may takes at least half of a day to finish it.
By the way, the manufacture told me that the plastic panels which are used on the printer are made by itself.
Finally, the assemble work is done, you can begin the printing. The operation is just simple for beginners.First, you can download the stl file and use 3D design software to customize the design before printing it.
Second, send the STL file to the software.
Then the printer draws from a spool of 1.75-millimeter or 3mm plastic filament, printing your design by building up layers of heated, extruded plastic.
At last, it brings into existence the actual 3D project.
Here are other 3D test print:
From the above, it is clear that the replicator features DIY roots. And it has enough accuracy to satisfy most consumers, like designers, teachers, architectures and fans of DIY. What’s more, it could be a good gift for children, who can turn creative ideas into 3D projects.
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