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3D Printing Breathes life back into aging Treadmill

Industrial quality filament put to the test
3D Printing Breathes life back into aging Treadmill

We have a York Pacer 3700 Treadmill originally manufactured in 2001. The machine has been faultless since the day we bought it until yesterday.

Friday, 17 February 2017 / Author: microplus / Number of views (1566) / Comments(0)

PolyMaker print our car jack in brand new PC-Max filament; the first fully 3D Printed jack capable of lifting a car.

The brand new PolyMaker PC-Max PolyCarbonate offers the absolute best in toughness.
PolyMaker print our car jack in brand new PC-Max filament; the first fully 3D Printed jack capable of lifting a car.

3D Printing Solutions do not recommend using 3D Printed car jacks to replace a metal one for safety reasons, but it is amazing to see the potential of PC-Max for high strength components and parts. 

Monday, 16 May 2016 / Author: Matt Tyson / Number of views (5703) / Comments(0)

Friday, 29 April 2016 / Author: Matt Tyson / Number of views (1615) / Comments(0)

Categories: UP Box 3D Printer

PolyMaker's Friction Welding tutorial for 3D Printing

Join your 3D prints with this fantastic tutorial from our friends at PolyMaker
PolyMaker's Friction Welding tutorial for 3D Printing

You may remember last year in our 3D Printed Guitar article we mentioned a technique we used called Friction Welding which we used to join the four sections of guitars back plate together.

Thursday, 3 March 2016 / Author: Matt Tyson / Number of views (1136) / Comments(0)

Friday, 30 October 2015 / Author: Matt Tyson / Number of views (1683) / Comments(0)

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