Dual Nozzles DIY desktop 3D Printer / Dual
Extruder FDM 3D Printer Bulid size 23*15*15 cm
Plate Type:Screen Printer
Color & Page:Single Color
Model Number:Duplicator three
began creating 3D Printers in 2011 and has
swiftly become one of
the major manufacturers in the world of 3D
Printing. Latest version is the Duplicator 4
which is designed on a very similar concept to the
Maker-bot Replicator 2. It comes with Dual
Extrudes and Dual Nozzle, thus allowing two
colours and materials to be used whilst creating a
The Duplicator 4 is also open source allowing the
user to create a variety of designs including your
own and downloads from the internet as long as
they are in a GCode or STL Format. The Wanhao
Duplicator 4 3D Printer can arrive in to your home
in either Black, Transparent or Original Casing.
What is 3D Printing?
3D printing is when you take a design and print it
layer by layer to create a solid 3D object. This
process is far more efficient with no waste unlike
other previously used methods which involve
cutting or drilling down the materials.
Can I create and design my own 3D prints?
Of course! Using the software provided you can
design your very own objects, edit them, scale
them up or down and tweak them until you are
satisfied with your design. Then you
image with the supplied software which, as the
name implies, takes your digital design and slices
it into lots of single layers from the
bottom upwards. Now you have the design ready for
the printer to take, read and start printing your
very own 3D print, layer by layer!
Can I create, share and download digital designs?
Absolutely! Creating, sharing and downloading
digital designs is the pinnacle of using a 3D
Printer and very exciting! Most 3D Printers such
as the Duplicator 4 operate on an open source
format allowing you to upload designs you have
downloaded. A great site to get you started. You
can explore, create, edit and personalize as many
designs as want, the possibilities are infinite.
What material does my 3D printer use?
The material used to print with is known as
filament. All the Duplicator 4 and UP! Mini
printers are designed to accept and use ABS and
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) has been
used for many years to make all kinds of things,
including the popular children%u2019s toy LEGO.
a sturdy plastic that allows prints to have great
resistance to high temperatures, so it can be used
for printing things like containers that hold hot
liquids. Due to high resistance to heat, ABS must
be extruded and printed onto a heated print bed,
which all the Wan printers supplied through us
have fitted as standard.
Polylactic Acid (PLA) is a plastic derived from
renewable resources such as corn starch, tapioca
roots and sugar cane, making it biodegradable and
The main downfall of prints made with PLA is
performance in high temperatures. Due to PLAs
relatively low glass transition temperature, it
loses its strength as it heats up.
So if you wanted to print a coffee cup, for
example, you would need to use ABS instead of PLA,
as the heat from the hot liquid will cause PLA to
warp and melt. PLA is not as strong as ABS, but is
a cheaper alternative depending on what you want
to create. The filament you require will
ultimately come down to what you intend to print
and how you plan to use your creation
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