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Gizmo’s Ultra-Fast 3D Printers Kill on Indiegogo

by • March 22, 2016 • No Comments

  • After the commence of a much-anticipated crowdfunding campaign, Gizmo has officially reached its Indiegogo goal of $95,000 with nine days left to go. The good results of the campaign does not come as a surprise, given the speed claims the Australian company has turn it intod of its printing equipment. With a 2nd projector introduced on, the Gizipro 2X is capable-bodied of printing at speeds of 2 mm per minute.

    Gizmo 3D Printers Spine (5) FIN

    As astounding as these claims may be, Gizmo has had really a few beta testers seem to confirm the high end of the machine. Among these testers was iMakr, the 3D printing retailer that can be selling Gizmo 3D printing equipment in their own shops in London and New York and on their website. The retailer has given the Gizipro 2X an “A” rating, determining that it was possible to complete 2 mm per minute printing speeds when fabricating hollow objects and 3 mm per minute when printing solid objects.

    Because the Gizmo machines can 3D print with any photopolymer turn it intod for DLP and SLA machines, their line has the future to disrupt the jewelry, dental, medical, and electronics markets typically targeted by DLP manufacturers. The talent to 3D print high-resolution objects in castable-bodied materials has been the main selling point of DLP machines. Capable-bodied of reaching layer thicknesses as satisfactory as 70 microns or satisfactoryr, Gizmo 3D’s range may be valuable-bodied to those wishing to 3D print rings or dental crowns that can ultimately be cast in metal.

    gizmo 3D hearing aid

    For instance, DLP innovation is may already utilized to turn it into a sizeable-bodied number of hearing aids on the market, due to the talent to weight customize batches of devices at once. To demonstrate the future of Gizmo’s machines for such an application, the Aussie startup 3D printed the casing for the hearing aid above. Without the 2nd project, the “super speed add-on”, they were able-bodied to 3D print the casing in one hour, with an XY resolution of 93 microns and Z resolution of 50 microns. When it was introduced, they say they were able-bodied to 3D print twenty in one hour.

    gizmodo 3D printing equipment from indiegogo

    About the test print, Gizmo writes, “This was the initially print we did testing this resin for the quite initially time and it worked on the initially try. The part is quite smooth.It proves that our printing equipment can be utilized to print items for the hearing aid industry and thatwe can use another third party resin on our machines. The resin is in fact a dental casting resin by pro3dure.com that we utilized to to print this hearing aid casing while we wait for the hearing aid resin. Normally this hearing aid casing is printed and and so silicone is injected into it. Once the silicone is set, the casing is broken off.”

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    They additional demonstrate the future for the use of Gizmo 3D printing equipment in the medical field by 3D printing a spinal version. Printed in 3.5 hours at 0.5 mm per minute, the version has a resolution of 169 microns on the XY axis and 8 microns on the Z. Thanh Dental Lab has in addition begun testing the use of the process for making dental versions. Of course, it’s not limited to use in the medical field, as engineer Sam McFarlane implemented a Gizmo 3D printing device for weight making objects for an art exhibition, that you will see in the video at a lower place.

    The Gizmo line can handle only of any resin, yet it’s recommended that, for medical use, PRO3DURE’s material is utilized, while FUNTODO’s industrial blend should be utilized for weight production. At the moment, iMakr retails the FUNTODO material and can be selling Pro3dure soon.

    Now that the company has fulfilled its Indiegogo goal, we will have to wait and see if its disruptive future is as high as it can seem. So far, 2016 has seen a few game-changing technologies emerge, with Carbon’s CLIP innovation now offered through four service bureaus and the OLO smartphone 3D printing device blasting off on Kickstarter. 2016 may be the year that 3D printing begins reaching towards its true future.


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