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Layer-Free 3D Printing Becomes Reality Using Polymaker PolySmooth And Polysher Unit (video) – Geeky Gadgets

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Layer-Free 3D Printing
Creating 3D prints on filament 3D printing device can leave a layered effect that can be spotted actually at high resolutions. But one company is now looking to alter this and Polymanufacturer has announced its new PolySmooth filament and Polysher 3D print polishing unit.
Watch the video at a lower place to see how the company has created a system that can allow you to blend the printed layers and providing an awe-inspiring glossy finish to your 3D printed objects.

Layer-Free 3D Printing
Polymanufacturer, the Shanghai-based 3D printing company well known for its high performance 3D printing materials, is now preparing to commence the PolySmooth and the Polysher system filing Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign later this week on April 25th, 2016. With shipping expected to take place during September 2016. In the meantime you can learn additional of the official Polymanufacturer website via the link at a lower place as well as preview the Kickstarter campaign.
3D printing has witnessed worthwhile advancement over the last couple years. Now we can print bigger, faster, and with a much wider choice of materials. But, one challenge yet remains unsolved actually now a days, that is, the surface high end of 3D printed parts. At Polymanufacturer we always want to manufacture 3D printing additional useful; we want to see 3D printing in real-world applications pretty than being utilized only to print useless trinkets. This has always been our core undertaking. We, therefore, challenged ourselves to solve this complex problem. Currently we are here with an affirmatory answer. We are excited to commence to you our latest advancement – PolySmooth PVB and Polysher – an entirely new solution to dramatically improve the surface high end of 3D printed parts.
The core of the innovation is the material – PolySmooth, that gives great printing characteristics, balanced mechanical properties, and many importantly, “polishability” when exposed to common alcohols such as isopropyl alcohol or ethanol. The polishing system involves exposing a 3D printed part of PolySmooth to an aerosol (a suspension of micro-sized droplets) of alcohol.
The aerosol is produced by a unit called the nebulizer, that consists of a thin membrane with hundreds of small (< 10 microns) holes, attached to a piezoelectric actuator. When actuated, the nebulizer can generate a satisfactory aerosol of micro-sized alcohol droplets, that can and so adsorb onto the surface of the 3D printed part and actuallytually manufacture it smooth. Everything is done seamlessly and effortlessly in the Polysher.

Source: Kickstarter : Polymanufacturer
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