Premium 3D Print Removal Tool Kit – Durable 3D Printer Tools with Sturdy Comfort Grips, Sharp and Hardened Blades for Easy Separation of Prints, Knife and Spatula Set of 2 – Enhanced Version

Are you looking for a 3D print removal toolset with
Solid, riveted handles that won’t come loose and start spinning, twisting or turning after use?
Hardened stainless steel blades that are optimally flexible without being too flimsy and/or getting scratched and gouged by the print bed surface due to their softness?
A knife tool with a sharpened front edge (flat bottom) for getting under even the most-adhered prints with ease?
Ability to reach into the back under larger parts, sweep across and lever them off, as well as handle smaller, more delicate objects?
Durable comfort handles with grips designed for a firm hold that feel good in the hand and look stylish too?
Safe, rounded blades easier on your fingers, prints and printer surface?

REPTOR 3D Print Removal Tools have been designed with all these aspects in mind.
These tools are not your average repurposed painters putty knives with cramp rings that come loose or fall apart before long when used to remove 3D prints!

This REPTOR toolset is designed to get even the most stubborn prints off the bed without distorting them or damaging the print bed surface. Both handles have solid rivets in them that will hold the blades in place and will not permit the blades to turn or yield. The knife with its 4.92″ blade and beveled front edge can be used to sweep across and reach into the back under larger parts and provide leverage to pop even a stubborn piece up while the spatula is thin and flexible enough to get under even the most delicate of objects without distorting them.

They are the perfect duo – practical and durable, yet comfortable and stylish! Get yours now!

Product Features

  • DURABLE, RIGID CONSTRUCTION; No more repurposed artist spatulas with spinning, twisting and turning cramp rings!
  • PRACTICAL BUT TENDER; Gently slide underneath prints with ease to protect the build bed surface yet with a good reach
  • OPTIMUM FLEXIBILITY; Flexible but not too thin or flimsy – not dull and rigid like the putty knives for 3d printer bed
  • STYLISH & VERSATILE; Offset spatula with a rubber comfort grip, knife has a thick wood handle suitable for larger parts
  • PROFESSIONAL ADDITION TO YOUR 3D PRINTER ACCESSORIES; 3D printer tool set for print removal of PLA, PLA+, ABS, PETG etc

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Ulable FLSUN Durable 3D Printer Part Extruder Plastic Kits Part for The Nozzle Module

Mainly applied for the assembly of the nozzle module.

Material: plastic
Size: 90x70mm
Color: black

Package Included:
1 x Extruder Plastic Part Accessory

Notes: Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. We guarantee the style is the same as shown in the pictures.

Product Features

  • This is the plastic part of the extruder.
  • Quality can be greatly ensured.
  • It is easy to install and remove.
  • Made of plastic material, very durable for use.
  • One of best accessory for 3D printer.

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CREOZONE Premium Quality Nylon Filament for 3D Printer Durable Wear-Resistant 3D Printing Materials (Black)

Why Should You choose Creozone Filament

No jamming: Excellent fluidity, feeding smoothly, stable output 

No drawing: Shaping easily, excellent surface glossiness 

No bubbles: Critical factor of the filament quality 

Precision process 

Wide range of processing temperature, low warping 

Good toughness, stable in performance 

ECO-Friendly and biodegradable materials, Non-toxic.

Product Features

  • CREOZONE Nylon filament is a strong durable material.
  • Not as brittle as ABS or PLA
  • The strength of the filament is remarkable when using a higher fill setting
  • Nylon prints are generally very wear resistant
  • Many users prefer Nylon when printing engineered parts such as gears.

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Formlabs launches new, reformulated Durable Resin 3D printing material

Feb 1, 2017 | By Benedict

Stereolithography 3D printing specialist Formlabs has launched Durable Resin, the fourth 3D printing material in the Formlabs Engineering Resins range. The company says the 3D printing material is ideal for prototyping polypropylene parts.

After bringing its new Ceramic Resin 3D printing material to CES 2017, Formlabs this week returned with another SLA 3D printing material, Durable Resin. The fourth item in the Formlabs collection of Engineering Resins (with Tough, Flexible, and High Temp), Durable Resin is Described by Formlabs as both stiff and flexible, and is recommended as a prototyping material for polypropylene parts. Since parts 3D printed with the resin have a have high impact strength and glossy appearance, the material is suited to fabricating prototype consumer products, packaging, and low-friction, low-wear moving parts.

First formulated around 60 years ago, polypropylene (PP) is now used across the world for its low modulus and high impact resistance. It is commonly used in car bumpers, plastic chairs, and food containers, which—until recently—were almost exclusively manufactured using injection molding or CNC machining processes. Now, with Formlabs’ Durable Resin, companies and individuals can 3D print items that look, feel, and behave like polypropylene.

Formlabs recommends using its new Durable Resin for parts where deformation is preferred to breaking or cracking, or for parts that need to deform multiple times. Items like impact-resistant cases, snap fits, ball joints, flexures, vacuum-formed parts, and large assemblies that need to be disassembled and reassembled are all suitable for 3D printing in Durable Resin with a Formlabs SLA 3D printer.

Items 3D printed with Durable Resin

When Formlabs gave us a first glimpse of Durable Resin back in October, it looked a bit different to how it looks today. Specifically, it was yellow. After consulting with consumers, however, Formlabs made a new formulation for its Durable Resin that produced a more versatile clear frosted appearance.

“When we’re developing new 3D printing materials to simulate existing plastics, we try to keep the focus on what qualities of that material the customer really cares about,” Formlabs explained. “To get a feel for this, we start by reaching out internally to Formlabs engineers Then, we talk to people using our printers outside of HQ to validate and determine what to focus on.”

After developing and testing the Durable Resin in larger quantities, Formlabs decided to change the formulation, a change which “improved the mechanical properties of the material, and removed the component that lent to the original yellow color.” Because of this decision, the Durable Resin 3D printing material is now translucent.

Durable Resin is the fourth addition to the Formlabs Engineering Resins collection

According to Formlabs, its new Durable Resin formulation is somewhere in between its Tough and Flexible resins. It costs $175 for a 1 L vat, the same as Formlabs Tough Resin but cheaper than Flexible and High Temp ($199 each). To use the resin, Form 2 users will have to update their software (PreForm and the Form 2 firmware).

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