Passive Income from 3D Printing (Truly Passive Income Series): How to Start a 3D Printing Business Without Owning a 3D Printer in Just a Few Hours for Free with 38 Free and Easy 3D Design Tools

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This is the first step-by-step, detailed book that will show you exactly how to start a 3D printing business for free and have your first 3D printed product up for sale before you even reach the last page.

Written in a conversational style for entrepreneurs who doesn’t want to wade through a lot of technical terms and explanations, author and serial entrepreneur Melissa Darnell helps you bypass the technical side of 3D printing. So you can easily take advantage of the amazing wealth of opportunities that this emerging technology offers and start your own 3D printing business with no startup costs TODAY without even having to own a 3D printer.

Included are:

• reviews of 38 free 3D design tools (CADD / 3D modeling programs) that have been selected for this book’s tool kit because they are easy enough for kids to use them, yet versatile enough that you can design any kind of product you could possibly imagine
• 27 3D printing entrepreneur profiles and quotes full of inspiration and tips on how they got started in 3D modeling, their favorite 3D design programs, their successful marketing and social media strategies, and their design inspiration
• how to turn Minecraft builds into 3D printed products to sell
• how to turn your XBox 360 Kinect Scanner into a free 3D scanner
• how to sell 3D printed products on Etsy…WITHOUT having to own a 3D printer
• how to take advantage of trends in markets as wildly different as drones, Scentsy, My Little Ponies, American Girl Dolls, Barbies, steampunk, jewelry, baby furniture and clothing, dog furniture and clothing, cookie cutters, cell phone and tablet cases, tools, and more
• multiple markets to sell your 3D printed products and designs on to maximize your design time and increase profits for your 3D printing business
• the best strategies to help your new 3D printing business stand out from the crowd WITHOUT relying on the fact that your products are 3D printed
• how to setup your new 3D printing business to become hands-free so it earns you residual income while allowing you to work a day job, travel, or spend more time with your family worry-free
• how to efficiently market 3D printing products on Pinterest with lots of ideas for Pinterest boards
• how to efficiently market a 3D printing business on Twitter and find the right Twitter followers
• how to use content marketing strategies to start and write a blog about your 3D printing business with an endless supply of blog topic ideas
• tips on the best free apps and online tools to streamline your marketing efforts so you can spend more time designing and less time promoting
• how to create a free custom website for your 3D printing business in under 10 minutes
• and so much more

At 48,523 words in length, Passive Income from 3D Printing is a bit longer than your usual ebook for a good reason…because unlike other ebooks on this topic, this book goes into great detail on exactly how to start a new 3D printing business OR expand a current business’s product line to include 3D printed products. And yet it still skips all the 3D printing background history and technical explanations of how 3D printers work. Why? Because we want you to see how ANYONE can start their own 3D printing business for free in one day (or less) without having to own a 3D printer or even know a lot about how they work.

You won’t need to be an experienced 3D designer to get started, but by the time you finish this book, you will become one and be thrilled by just how easy it is now to design your own 3D printing products!

So if you already understand the basics of 3D printing technology, or you simply want to startup a 3D printing business of your own FAST, then this is the 3D printing business book for you!

Minecraft, Etsy, Xbox, Sketchup, Autocad, Autodesk, drones, Shapeways, Tinkercad, 3D scanner, Meshlab, CADD, Cubify, rapid prototyping

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GEEETECH A10M 3D Printer with Mix-color printing, Dual extruder design, Filament detector and Break-resuming function, Prusa I3 quick assembly DIY kit.

Printing parameters
Printing technology: FDM
Build volume: 220*220*260 mm³
Printing accuracy: 0.1mm
Positioning precision: X/Y:0.011mm. Z: 0.0025mm
Printing speed: 120 mm/s (max)
Filament diameter: 1.75mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
Filament: ABS / PLA/wood-polymer/PVA/HIPS/PETG, etc.
Temp:
Max temp for hotbed: 100℃
Max temp for extruder: 250℃
Software resources
Operating system: Windows, MAC, Linux
Control software: EasyPrint 3D, Repetier-Host, Simplify 3D, Cura, Slic3r, etc.
Remote App: EasyPrint 3D App (with an optional 3D WiFi module)
File format: .STL, G.code
Electrical
Power supply: Input: 115V/230V
Output: DC 24V, 360W
Connectivity: Wi-Fi (with an optional 3D WiFi module), USB cable,
SD card (support stand-alone printing)
Display screen: LCD 2004
Mechanical:
Frame: Aluminum profile
XY Rods: Wear-resistant aluminum profile
Z axis: Lead screw
Stepper Motors: 1.8°step angle with 1/16 micro-stepping
Physical Dimensions & Weight
Machine Dimension: 478 x 413 x 485mm³
Shipping box Dimension: 490 x 470 x290 mm³
Machine Net weight: 7.96kg
Machine Gross weight: 9.98 kg

Product Features

  • 1,Mix-color printing: Dual extruder module and 2-in-1-out hotend which delivers mix-color objects and greatly enriches your 3D printing life
  • 2,Fast Self-assembly: Just takes about 10 minutes to install the Z-plane kit on the XY plane and wiring. Simple and convenient.
  • 3,Large printing area: With its printing area as 220*220*260mm³, A10M makes the best of the building platform and gives you a full view of the printing details.
  • 4,Extruder cover features 360°ventilation design: Enhancing the dissipation of heat, greatly reduces the risk of clogging or leaking and guaranteeing excellent printing quality,
  • 5,Good adhesion of printing plate: Silicon carbide glass with microporous surface as A10M build platform without having to use Bluetape (Masked Tape). It has excellent adhesion and thus frees from the problem of detaching the first layer.

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3D Printing Pen, AONOKOY Wireless Intelligent Printing Pens for Kid 3D Arts Crafts Drawing Doodler With 3 Color 1.75mm PCL Filament Refills 50℃ Low Temperature Design Gift for Christmas (Blue)

Perfect 3D Printing Pen for Kids: No Matter Creating 3D Models, Doodling or Drawing Interesting Things. It Can Help Children to Improve Spatial Thinking Ability, to Encourage Their Creative Imaginations. It’s the Perfect Gift for all Boys and Girls. Precision Crafting and Art is Easier than Ever With the Ultimate 3D Craft Pen.

DRAW BERTICALLY – Draw Horizontally. Lift Your Imagination off the Page! The ANOKOY 3D Printing Pen Extrudes Heated Plastic Which Instantly Hardens, Allowing You to Literally Draw in 3D, Freehand or on Paper. Change Colors Quickly and Easily. The Possibilities are Endless.

SAFETY LOW TEMPERATURE DESIGN – you don’t need to worry your kids for burning.Rechargeable Avoiding the risk from the electric wires. Your children can play with it anywhere.

HOW TO USE:
★1.The Micro USB Part – Quickly and easily insert the batteries

★2.On/ Off – Slide switch,preheating 30 seconds, after waiting for lights turn green rear can use

★3.LED Lamp – Red flashing( preheatin). Green( Ready) Red( Charging in)

★4.Suction Consumables -Stay after the lights turn green Insert consumables,click the star button to inhale consumables

★The PCL material can be reused:
If you are not satisfied with the works, you can You can immerse the works in warm water of 50 ? for about 5 seconds. It can be remodeling when the material become soft. Then you can use the material again and reuse it.

Package include:
1 x 3D Printing Pen
1 x USB Adapter
10 x Drawing template
3 x 1.75mm PCL Filament
1 x User Manual

Product Features

  • 3D PRINTER – Ergonomic Body ,light and slim, easier to handle. Wireless Design good touch feeling You can easily control extrusion speed for smoother operation and endless creation.
  • LOW AND SAFE TEMPERATURE – AONOKOY 3D Printing it provides the low and safe temperature control to melt filament for avoiding of burning risk;no need to adjust temperature or speed. The default value is perfect for kids to use.
  • EASY TO USE AND MANEUVER – the Indicator light turns from red to green when it’s ready to use.after spraying out the material rapid solidification. also let you have enough time to create perfect graffiti style. It is easy to achieve the design you wish to accomplish.
  • CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY – Easy to put in 3D filament refills to the the pen, press the button, the pen will auto spit the filaments refills.CE ROHS FCC Certified, PCL environmental protection material.
  • PERFECT FOR STEM LEARNING – As a tactile learning toy, the 3D printing pen inspires creativity, design, planning, building and spatial understanding.allowing kids to turning the imagination in mind into amazing three-dimensional masterpieces.

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Sleek 3D Printed Chairs From Zaha Hadid Architects to be Exhibited at Milan Design Week

At this year’s Milan design week, a new Spanish brand called Nagami will make its debut with four 3D printed chairs designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, Ross Lovegrove and Daniel Widrig. The collection is named Brave New World. 

Each year, thousands of people flock to Italy’s capital of fashion and design for Milan Design Week. The week-long celebration of innovative design is starting up again on April 17, and the new Spanish furniture brand Nagami has a collection that will put visitors on the edge of their seats.

Nagami’s first-ever collection, which will be on display at Milan Design Week, is a set of 3D printed chairs designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, Ross Lovegrove, and Daniel Widrig. The collection is called Brave New World, which is inspired by Aldous Huxley’s classic dystopian novel of the same title.

The prestigious firm Zaha Hadid Architects designed two chairs for the collection; the Bow and the Rise. These sleek and modern furnishings are inspired by marine biology.

The Rise designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

Ross Lovegrove designed a stool called Robotica TM, which focuses on similarities that exist between botany and robotics.

Ross Lovegrove’s Robotica TM stool

The last piece was designed by Daniel Widrig, who used three pieces of PLA to create his “skin-like” Peeler chair. His vision for this seat was to make the seven millimeter thick PLA pieces appear as if they are “peeling off of an invisible joint body.”

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nagamiDaniel Widrig’s 3D printed Peeler chair

“We design products that until now were just waiting for the right technology to come to life: not only objects that you can hold, but also that you can feel and experience as part of your environment,” announced Nagami founders Manuel Jimenez García, Miki Jimenez García, and Ignacio Viguera Ochoa.

Visiting Milan? Sit Down on the Bow and Rise, Robotica TM, or Peeler Chairs

Although the entire collection is made with 3D printing technology, the four different chairs are all made using different materials and techniques.

For example, the Bow and Rise chairs include bright colors because the designer was influenced by underwater ecosystems. The two aquatically-inspired chairs are produced with PLA, but instead of 3D printing with filament, the team opted to use a pellet extruder and raw plastic particles.

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nagamiThe Bow designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

For the Robotica TM stool, Ross Lovegrove draws comparisons between 3D printing and “natural programming” found throughout nature. To create the stool, he used a continuous rotational process, which fuses together each layer in the midst of the printing process. The stool includes heat-proof silicone inserts, making it ideal for use as a table.

The most simplistic of the four chair designs is Widrig’s Peeler chair. It takes just a few hours to achieve the desired effect of three peeling pieces of PLA. In fact, the designer intended for the chair to be produced in a short amount of time with as little material as possible.

“The chair has been designed to satisfy both the ergonomic constraints of the human body, as well as the ergonomics of the robotic arm that prints it,” said Widrig.

Want to check out the work for yourself? Visit Milan’s Brera Design District where Nagami will be exhibiting the chairs at their pop-up showroom. Or, if you can’t make it out to the Lombardy region for the event, check out the furniture company’s website to learn more about the Brave New World collection.

Source: Dezeen 

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