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The podcast about 3D printing and digital fabrication: Stefan Hermann (CNC Kitchen) and Thomas Sanladerer discuss new developments, answer community questions and talk about what's hot in the world of making!

The Meltzone Stefan Hermann & Thomas Sanladerer

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The podcast about 3D printing and digital fabrication: Stefan Hermann (CNC Kitchen) and Thomas Sanladerer discuss new developments, answer community questions and talk about what's hot in the world of making!

    Stolen YouTube Account & Printer Maintenance

    Stolen YouTube Account & Printer Maintenance

    After thinking about buying a lathe for ages, Stefan finally bought himself a new machining tool for the workshop. Tom shares his own experience with his Mini Lathe. Tom recently received a Prusa Mini and talks about his first impressions as well as some plans for it in his upcoming 3D Printing Beginners Series on YouTube. Both discuss the recent theft of fellow YouTuber Heliox' channel and a new "Ultra Fast" printing process that slightly resembles an old CRT television as well as locally pre-heating a print for better layer adhesion. Miele released some printable upgrades for their appliances, so Tom and Stefan discuss the feasibility of these parts and what we could see in the future. Topic of the week is the maintenance of 3D printer - how much is necessary and what to regularly check? Questions cover automatic bed change and the applicability of a filament-width sensor.

    • 1 Std. 35 Min.
    Open-Source Metal 3D Printer, Nonplanar Nozzles and Tesla’s Model Y using 3D Prints

    Open-Source Metal 3D Printer, Nonplanar Nozzles and Tesla’s Model Y using 3D Prints

    Lots of interesting topics this time! Tesla is apparently using last-minute 3D printed parts in the first Model Ys they delivered; Adrian Bowyer is proposing a novel print removal system; and the US Army has been working on a non-homogeneous 3D printing filament.
    But Stefan and Tom haven't been idle, either and have been working on the Toolchanger and on finally getting an old CNC working. All that and more in this episode of The Meltzone Podcast!

    Notes and timestamps:
    3:50 Getting married in special times

    13:42 Tom's Sienci CNC adventures

    21:24 Stefan's experience with the E3D toolchanger & discussion on the Creality CR-6 SE
    https://e3d-online.com/tc-ms
    https://creality.com/cr-6-se-3d-printer-crowdfunding-on-6th-may-p00296p1.html
    33:17 Correction on SeeMeCNC's efforts of injection molding faceshield frames
    https://twitter.com/SeeMeCNC/status/1244760010514739200?s=19
    35:10 Adrian Bowyer's print ejector concept
    https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/adrian-bowyer-releases-proposal-for-continuous-unattended-3d-printing-system-171135/
    46:20 Tesla is patching production Model Y with FDM 3D printed parts
    https://insideevs.com/news/410927/tesla-3d-printing-fix-model-y-hvac/amp/
    https://www.fabbaloo.com/blog/2020/4/21/the-very-good-reason-3d-printed-parts-were-found-in-the-tesla-model-y
    51:00 FabLab Munich's open-source metal 3D printer (FabMX)
    https://www.heise.de/make/meldung/FabMX-Open-Source-Projekt-will-einen-Metall-3D-Drucker-entwickeln-4700614.html
    58:08 US Army's reinforced 3D printing filament
    https://newatlas.com/multi-polymer-3d-printer-filament/
    Full paper: █████████████████████████████████████████
    1:04:10 Brook Drumm is back on his feet
    https://www.patreon.com/posts/bankruptcy-new-36365339
    1:08:52 PTFE 3D printing by 3M
    https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/design-and-specialty-materials-us/3d-printing/
    1:19:40 Questions

    • 1 Std. 44 Min.
    Best practices for printing PPE and plans for our next CNCs!

    Best practices for printing PPE and plans for our next CNCs!

    It's The Meltzone Lockdown edition! Tom is running out of home improvement store goods while Stefan is holding himself over with VR and finally building his E3D Toolchanger.
    We're also talking about printing faceshields and other PPE and how getting organized is really important right now.
    Also, Makerbot is supposedly opening up their Method 3D printer to filaments from other manufacturers.
    In the questions, we cover filament diameter conversions, building a new printed CNC and Autodesk's patent on non-planar slicing.

    • 1 Std. 23 Min.
    3D printed medical supplies & tons of questions

    3D printed medical supplies & tons of questions

    On this content packed episode, Tom and Stefan talk about their recent live streaming efforts, VR, the newly added FFF slicer in Fusion360 and why Stefan thinks it's a challenge to add gears to his new plastics shredder. There are currently a lot of efforts being done to use 3D printing for medical equipment due to the current Corona pandemic. Both discuss the positive and negative sides of those and why there also can be a danger in printing medical supplies. There is a "new Thingiverse" but is it better than the old one? Tom and Stefan try to answer viewer/listener questions on high power lasers in SLA printers, the right material for 3D printed CNCs, if E3D really performs quality control, if Fusion360 might implement non-planar slicing, trouble with white filament, under-water curing and their favorite thread profiles for 3D printed parts.

    • 1 Std. 55 Min.
    Plans for MRRF / Resin Testing Consistency / Prusa Mini Bed Issues

    Plans for MRRF / Resin Testing Consistency / Prusa Mini Bed Issues

    Update: After the blanket travel ban from Europe, MRRF has officially been canceled / postponed. In this episode, we talk about Stefan's new Toolchanger, more use cases for LW-PLA and our (back then still relevant) plans for MRRF 2020!

    • 1 Std. 12 Min.
    Kicked from Amazon.com, Resin + Foamed PLA and Pellet Extruder

    Kicked from Amazon.com, Resin + Foamed PLA and Pellet Extruder

    Tom and Stefan talk about the upcoming events that they'll attend including Malta Maker Fair and MRRF2020. Both recently released a material testing video and discuss if resin prints are really isotropic and why lattice or porous structures performs the way they do. Tom got kicked from the Amazon.com affiliate program and explains how that happened. Stefan got a new Pellet Extruder and expresses his first experience with it. Both talk about the impact of the Chorona Virus on the China and the 3D printing industry. The Makerbot Classroom Sketch was unveiled recently - is it worth $1800? Questions cover copyright on Thingiverse uploads, ceramic hotend liners, dimensional issues of high prints an the Dragon Hotend.

    • 1 Std. 34 Min.

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