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3D Printing Upside Down with a LulzBot 3D Printer

This video features Seth, the CTO of Aleph Objects Inc./LulzBot, shaking, twisting, and turning the machine without affecting the 3D print.   Are you looking for a workhorse desktop 3D printer? If so, then look no further! The LulzBot TAZ 3D printer is the one for you.   TAZ 4 is a robust Libre/Open Source Hardware RepRap machine, which means it can handle heavy use and you can make whatever modifications to it that you want!  

3D Printing a LulzBot Flexystruder Body

This video features a time lapse of 3D printing the LulzBot Flexystruder body on a LulzBot TAZ 4 3D printer. The printed material is LulzBot Green 3mm ABS filament.   The Flexystruder is an accessory printer tool head that allows you to print flexible filaments like NinjaFlex! Like all LulzBot products, the Flexystruder is fully Libre / Open Source Hardware.  

LulzBot 3D Printer Filament Profile Series: HIPS

Welcome to the LulzBot filament profile series! In these videos we are showcasing properties and applications for the many materials you can print with on a LulzBot 3D printer.   The filament highlighted in this video is called HIPS, a polymer otherwise known as High Impact Polystyrene.   Before starting your print, we recommend applying a glue stick to your printer bed before warming it to ensure your object doesn’t come off the bed during printing.   For optimum HIPS print quality, we recommend a nozzle temperature of 220-230 degrees Celsius, and a bed temperature of 50-60 degrees Celsius.  …

Introducing the LulzBot KITTAZ 3D Printer Kit

We are excited to announce the launch of a new product – the LulzBot KITTAZ 3D printer – which is available right now on LulzBot.com!   So what is KITTAZ? It’s a no-frills, workhorse kit 3D printer. KITTAZ is ideal for educators, hackers, and anyone that likes to make things.   This product is a 3D printer kit, meaning assembly is required. Here you can see the box that will ship to you, and the machine you will be 3D printing with once you’re done assembling it.   KITTAZ comes with our award-winning documentation, which is freely available on our…

LulzBot 3D Printer Filament Profile Series: ABS

Welcome to the LulzBot filament profile series! In these videos we are showcasing properties and applications for the many materials you can print with on a LulzBot 3D printer.   The filament highlighted in this video is called ABS, a thermoplastic formally known as Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene.   Before getting started, , we strongly recommend taking steps to ensure your ABS object sticks to the print bed before turning the printer on to heat the bed. One way to do this is by using cloth to apply an acetone and ABS mixed solution onto the PET tape surface on the…

LulzBot 3D Printer Filament Profile Series: NinjaFlex

Welcome to the LulzBot filament profile series! In these videos we are showcasing properties and applications for the many materials you can print with on a LulzBot 3D printer.   The filament highlighted in this video is NinjaFlex, a type of thermoplastic elastomer.   For optimum NinjaFlex print quality we recommend a nozzle temperature of 210-230 degrees Celsius, and a bed temperature of 30-40 degrees Celsius.   Because of its unique properties as a flexible filament, we strongly recommend using LulzBot’s FlexyStruder accessory printer tool head, shown with a green extruder body in this video.   NinjaFlex has quickly become…

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