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All analysts forecast an increase in the market of 3D printing with increases of 2 or even 3 digits numbers for the coming years. I think they are right, but it will not be the way it has often been presented : Every home will not have a 3D printer for at least several years (decades?) to come.
Many articles or TV shows have somewhat 'inflated' the technology...
- it improves product quality by enabling a more iterative design and more thorough design evaluations (We designed part in just a few days that would have otherwise taken weeks, if we didn't have a SpiderBot)
- it helps reduce design costs
Objects sticking too well to your print bed? We have just the trick to help you out. Sometimes, when the printer is not well calibrated (happens mainly if the Z_Max_Length is slightly too long or the KISSlicer parameter "Bed Roughness" to high ) or when the printed part has a very large area in direct contact with the print bed, it can be diffcult to take off the part.
We are back from RapidPro 2015...
I am impressed by the number of people we have seen and that have shown a great interest in our 3D Printer, the SpiderBot. On a personal note, I would like to thank the hundreds of visitors who stopped at our booth, to talk, ask question and express their interest.
It would seem that not many people are aware that PLA can not be used beyond 55/60°C and the parts soften and deform from this temperature onward.