The Internet portal All3DP writes in an interesting article about a Kickstarter campaign to finance a low-cost 3D ceramic printer:
“As anyone who has sat for hours molding pottery by hand can attest to, ceramic 3D printing has the potential to provide the world of art and architecture with untapped creativity. At the moment, there is a finite amount of solutions involving ceramic 3D printing technology, but nonetheless, this niche market is growing steadily.”
All in all, a very interesting and worth reading report about this exciting development in the 3D area. Click here for the full article on all3dp.com.
3D-Print of a beautiful Tealight Holder printed with white PLA 1.75 mm.
It is double walled in Voroni- style that gives nice effects when a tealight is placed in it, the bottom is designed to hold a standard tealight.
Although i know PLA is not the best material for this object due to the higher temperature inside of a tealight, maybe i make another print in abs later. Object was sliced with CURA, no support, but raft needed for better bed adhesion and stability during the printing process.
Printed with anycubic i3 mega, 0.8mm nozzle, 195° nozzle temp, no heatbed, printing time was more then 5 hours, kaisertech filament white was used.
Link to the video ‘3d-print Tealightholder’ on youtube
For more information feel free to give me a comment, thumbs up on youtube would be nice 😉
The linked Tutorial gives a brief overview of all the steps that are necessary to integrate a RC522 RFID Reader via Raspberry PI into NodeRED environment using IBM Bluemix services, watson IOT and nodes.
Very interesting and quite easy to do: