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Intamsys Funmat HT 3D Printer

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Intamsys Funmat HT 3D Printer

Profound 3D is adding to our 3D printer selection! Presenting the Intamsys Funmat HT 3D Printer!! The FUNMAT HT is the high-performance #3Dprinter for #manufacturers and #prototyping groups that want to be able to print with materials like PEEK, PEI, and other #engineering-grade materials. High Performance Functional Material 3D Printer Constant-Temperature Chamber Chamber temperature at 90°C High Temperature All Metal Nozzle All metal hot-end that can go up to temperature of 450°C Functional Material Capability Able to print PEEK, ULTEM (PEI), PC and many more Visit our website for details on the Funmat HT 3D printer, https://bit.ly/2PpuZIO

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Want to learn about the ZMorph VX?

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Want to learn about the ZMorph VX?

ZMorph has created an online teaching aid for customers and prospective customers. ZMorph Academy is a comprehensive, step-by-step online lecturing program designed for ZMorph users and people interested in multitool 3D printers. The academy consists of three courses Basics, Intermediate and Advanced, taking you from unboxing the ZMorph VX all the way to mastering advanced 3D printing, CNC milling, and laser engraving. Click here to go to ZMorph Academy Also, Explore the ZMorph Materials Library at http://bit.ly/ZMorphMaterialsLibrary and learn about the 50 engineering materials supported by the ZMorph VX.

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Engineering Student Prototyping and Fabrication with Raise3D

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Engineering Student Prototyping and Fabrication with Raise3D

John Gardner is a student at Foothill High School in Tustin, CA, who has great passion for engineering and technology. Once introduced to the Raise3D printers at Foothill High School, John began to develop his prototypes for an electric skateboard, custom-fit prosthetic limbs, and more. To find out more about the Raise 3D printers, click HERE  

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