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"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:28 min | 9 months ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Printing Hobby professional industrial doesn't matter. We covered all my name's Andy. Cohen. Are Mere Mr. Whitney Potter now you're doing it I'm doing pretty good. This is an interesting story. Now I'm pretty sure this story I seen before because there's a video in here which is really really interesting that our friend Ryan Carlisle pointed out on the forum but. The story itself is also very, very interesting purdue university, but just given one hundred, thousand bucks by the Department of Energy, to basically use DVD style three D. printing to develop a nuclear reactor using artificial intelligence. There's a little bit tricky to understand I. Don't fully grasp exactly what they're doing because I don't think they actually told us, but it looks as though there that there's this the software ai based software which studies. How heat is dissipated through specific hard designs and they're trying to come up with a way to generate a shape which dissipates dissipates the heat away and then eliminates the need for complex cooling systems which are kind of like the Achilles heel of most of our few fishing base refuge in Bay profusion based. Energy production visions, fishing were fishing vision we're not doing you. Would be wonderful. And and the way our our world is moving right now with fossil fuels affecting our environment. Nukes may be our only solution if we can figure out how to make them safe and then figure out what to do with the spent fuel. But the way things are looking the spent fuel and storing the spent fuel may be less danger than nonstop fires on the West and nonstop hurricanes on the in the east at least the United. States. Um and melting polar ice caps and on and on. Now of course, if you of a different political persuasion or if you just like to deny and climate science and you'll probably disagree with us, that's your prerogative but you know it would be nice if we could overcome the problem regardless and this may be one element that helps solve that it's it. But what makes this really interesting though and I really suggest books check out the URL on our show notes and go look at this article. There's a video in the article that I'm pretty sure. This is this Ryan showed me this it shows. What is the form of Three D. Printing? What is the E. D. Three D. printing by the way. The, they'd call a child. Let us it directed energy deposition and it's basically like It's like a laser that I think the materials supplied either in wire or in powder form, but supplied by the same print head. kind of like doing doing FDM just with a laser as a power source and..

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"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"So a while ago we were talking about a couple of machines that were just giving me on reliable extrusions. Just no matter what I did. I was putting. I had to put oil on them to get them to work. Lobby striving canola oil filter strategy crazy and this was a function of after. I had put on a hardened steel nozzle for the car diet carbon infused to PC plus that we were playing with. And then we're going to continue playing with by the way I just couldn't get reliable extrusions from either of these two machines and it was kind of driving me nuts and At I just gave up and I just said heck with it. I'm going to replace the thermal tubes in the extruders now. The thermal tubes are the metal threaded tubes usually threaded that go through the cold zone through a cold area down into the melt zone and the hot block and then the nozzle now they all have the same mechanics to them. But they're designed differently in some respects a lot of the times these are not threaded and they slide up through a kind of a cold block of a block of aluminum aluminum to pull the gateway right and they're think a heat sink kind of a thing and they're set in with a set screw or some other clamping mechanism Some people really in my opinion the way to go. If you're doing this kind of a design is to cut a slot into the blocked. That's holding it and clamp like squeeze it shut to get a good can connecting interface sliding in with a set screw. That's probably the worst way to go. In my opinion. There's a lot of material there. That's not contacting anything and you can impact at full of heat sink paste or something but that's not an answer. A marginal solution addressed. The thing is our friend. Ryan Carlisle makes the point that I want to mention here before we go further. And that's even the designs that are are made to optimize the transfer of heat. Transfer of heat away from the filament. To keep it cool above the melt zone are. They're all marginal. And if something's not done correctly it doesn't matter what you do. It's not gonNa work right so I gave up the thermal tubes. I had in these two machines on these thermal tubes are markets based on the replicator to K. So they're threaded. They're not slid slid in like on a replicator. Two X poor in a Mark Tin or Another example of a mark ten would be The Flash Ford Creator pro a slide in Martin's this these guys they screw into the coal block a coal block of aluminum and then the hot blocks screws into the other end now the micro Swiss on that I bought. These are really nice though. I had Microsoft's before but I bought them on a discount and I suspect there was something about them but it turned out when I removed the thermal barrier from the first one thermal tube it was actually an original rep to thermal tube and it was old and I had been running carbon fiber infused Philemon and through it and it was scored. All already out is boring on so I thought right away. Oh Wow this was no good to begin with so I tossed it but when I took it all apart one thing I noticed. This is really important to keep in mind that there was a gap between the hot block and the cold the cool block and the gap was enough to show threads and I looked at that right away so up. There's a problem that's what's wrong. When you put the hot lock to the cold block on these tubes you want a a want than at just the right spot because they design these tubes for what they call a heat break knowing the rep to design the secret sauce told is on the inner diameter. There's a shift in in in the inner diameter so it it's a slightly different inner diameter. When you get to that heat break that point and you can tell where that point is on the outside because that's where there's no thread So that the gap between the hot block and the coal block. That should be where you see that part of the thermal tube and an only that and nothing else no threads at all above or below. You get it exactly like that. And you'll not get your closer to an optimal setup and advising minimizing the chances of getting heat heat creep in a a clock that so that means that the upper part of this tube is as far up into the coal block as possible and the lower part of this tube is as far into the melt zone of the hot block as possible. And you don't want it to go all the way up against that. Of course you want that tiny gap in there right. GotTa have that tiny gap where there's no threat at all and that seems to be the secret now if you don't have any threads that gets a little bit more complex it's it's harder to get to that exact zone that depends on how that tube is designed on the micro Swiss. It's pretty obvious. So when I put the new micro Swiss tubes in I got I got optimal it no longer clogged no matter. What films are used? What my tempts. No matter what my other situations as long as the fans were working okay. also. I switched from a the old style. Ceramic tape and captain thermal blanket To the new silicon on BOOT SILICON SOCK. I think they call them highly. Recommend it because it's so much more easy to work with the negative with the Sauk. Though is you can't protect the top of the hot block. And One can assume radiation of the heat will go upwards. I'm not seeing any issues without it all. Thank goodness But it so much easier than having to put the ceramic tape around in tape the captain around it. I mean I got really good at it because I've done it so many times. Nobody looked forward to it. Wasn't a fun thing. It wasn't an easy thing to fix. So that's the thing about thermal tube's thermal tubes are kind of the the the Voodoo of FDM Three D. Printing And and and if you don't know anything about them when you look at them you thinking just unscrew it putting them back together. Exactly right can be tricky. A I had a couple of semesters of thermodynamics engine school and I think it's all vote. Yeah now the the the the V six from Three D. It's very different. The V six feet through the at least the current version puts a teflon tube through the heat sink that he puts the heat. The heat break is there and and the the thermal tube is Kinda short is a short part in the heat break area. So there's a lot more cooling going on plus they give you thermal grease for that threads which designed for it I have had one time. And you've got a fan blowing on you have a fan kissing and just the past few weeks. The Fan cable broke and I didn't know and I got a meltdown. Inside the thermal the Teflon tube inside the heat break and take the whole thing apart and fix it So it's it's it. You can't have failures nothing's perfect. There's no optimal design Just keep in mind that you know. That's kind of a borderline right there in your machine and you know tweaking it and playing with it and changing things and you don't know what you're doing you should. You should be aware that you could be outside that envelope of where might you know might still work? So pay attention to it if you'RE GONNA if you're GONNA take your under three and switch it to a metal version so that you can run nylon through it. Keep aware that even with the under three which the way is a really good design the under three though the OEM version puts the Teflon Tube. All the way down right to the nozzle that's fine for la anything hotter than PLA. Deaf Lawn. Tube is eventually going to distort and you'll have clogging problems so it's easy to change that. There's a thirty to fifty dollar upgrades on Amazon. That are all metal again. Keep in mind that you could get heat creep now sweat. The details took when you're when replacing them and also remember depending on this the system when you reinstall at and everything put back together depending on which system you've got it is sometimes possible for your tip of your nozzle to be at a different height than it was before that's right and that may affect you know. Don't give yourself a bed crash undo all the work you've just done on. Almost all of these systems the hot end the hot that muzzle butts up against thermal tube. And that's what locks the hard rock but up that does not affect the height of the of the tip. The low the tip goes it's the top part of the of the tube that hits up against above that changes the height of your nozzle. So keep that in mind and also even if you have like the B. L. Touch sensor anything if you are changing the distance where the sensor is mounted and where the and where the tip is Than Hey guess what user no longer works you've got to recalibrate censor before the sensor can level anything and there goes this hands off kind of the idea that somehow this was an easier thing just making it more but anyway. That's my soap box..

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"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"But the real reason for, for putting the groups in his that's you know, that's where you want the line to be, so you can went after you've done the prince you can go, and you can look at it. I use a magnifying visor and look at it and see where the groups are. And then sometimes you have to refer to the reference map to see is that a road or is that a tray and making a mistake means you gotta three different at all again. Now. You don't need to you, you, you could just painted and then go into a little white out if you wanted to, but I gotta tell you, I think you could sell those I could the, the problem is the, the labor, the amount of time, it takes to actually hand color everything, you know, it's sort of thing where, you know, if I were doing one of an of an area of somebody said, hey, I want, I want a model of, of Zion canyon with all of the all the trails. I see. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. I do that for a couple of hundred bucks and then, you know, they say okay, I want ten more. I charge her more for the next ten because the first ones fun, right? I do not want to do this for now. If, if there was a way to get the filament colored with multi McNulty materials. Right. And it was reliable enough so that you just walk up and push a button. Yeah, then it would be sure and an worth it. Yeah. And if you had a. A inexpensive full color printer. I mean I could and there are other people who are already doing this make a full color map, you know, and have it printed on on, you know, Z core or whatever they call them now, one of the gypsum based full color printers. The problem is ridiculously expensive. I mean, the the final print is if you drop it breaks. That's right. And, and it's I mean, this would be this would be probably five, maybe eight hundred dollars of printing sitting here. Did it with Polly jet, which is a form, you, you can get it pretty strong material? Right. That's going to be like a thousand bucks right squares. Yeah. So, so there's, there's absolutely no market for that. Yeah. Whereas doing it on a desktop machine. Makes it inexpensive enough. So I could consider selling these, you know, the Sukhpal could color than themselves because. Or I'll just post the models biblical print them, in color them themselves, because the cool thing about is that, you know, I posted some of the stuff on our on our forum and somebody's. Oh, yeah. You can just do the multi external print will. No, you can't because I'm actually making lines that are half the width of my extruder. Right. So, so there's, there's no way that you're going to get that detail with multi material print, at least, not with any of the technologies we have at this point. And in fact, I'm getting better detail on this than you would with a full color print because the full color print, the lines are, are kind of fuzzy and blurry. When you get down to that scale. So I think right now, this is the optimal way to do it. And it's something that anybody can do with virtually any printer. Now, thanks to our experience with the mosaic palette and plus we have done quite a few color. Oh sure multi filament prints, and I've done all the all the stuff on on the diamond. We've learned that, at least with the pallet the interface between the two different colors is not that clean like a little bit of a need mush. There's if it's a faultline in Ryan earth. It's not like the quality that you've got from the gypsum printers. Sure. So don't your expert gotta manage expectation. Nations here. If you're thinking, color printing with multiple areas, I think, even the e-3 de tool changers going to have the same effect when you do multiple parts together, different colors. The interface between the parts is going to show and there's no way around that, right? It's the nature of the beast. I I'm the, the fat lines here, the road lines. Are that is about one extrusion Leth? Right. So I could if I could get it to print reliably with just a single extrusion with which in practice. It doesn't but assuming I could I could print lines that thickness, but the trail lines that I'm that I'm using here are about a third that thickness at that little tiny tipped than that. You're gonna guess. Yeah. And, and there's just no way that you're ever gonna extruder anything that thin. And the other thing to think about is that, you know, the, the, the base of these of these models is white, and then you've got this black road and the trails are, are black, as well in an all the way around the outside of. Have very thin green line, which is the park boundary. Right. So the black and the green, I've got blue lakes, as well, and the blue lake all those, I would actually be wasting more material in my prime pillars than I would be actually putting into the final model if I was doing it with the current technology tool changer should obviate that it shouldn't need to do that. But the other thing, that's like about this is that you can, you can put as many colors as you can get colors of magic marker. Right. And you can, and you can totally customize a so, like I could see I could see having one of these. You know, the trail maps printed with, you know, maybe just the roads on the roads in the lakes and then color in the lines as you hike the trails. Sure. Right. And you can color code them for different trips and regular backpacker. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. There's something about your semi that's actually kind of special Yosemite. Wouldn't be possible. It wouldn't be there if it wasn't this accident of geographic nature that couldn't have been held at something that happened millions of years ago, a big blob of granite in this one spot. So if you look at the entire range of mountains that entire mountain range of the Sierra Nevada are particular type of rock except for your semi valley and Yosemite. Valley's almost all granite told me meadows this to as big. I'm sorry. I said the valley apart. The entire park itself is big section. That's all granted and because. It's granite. When the when the glaciers were there, long time ago what they cut out stayed those walls are still there. They stayed. They didn't get worn away from Rosen. That's what makes you somebody. What Yosemite is today really really special in your your four squares together almost that entire part of the granite? Was that to the whole granite air? It's the entire park. Yeah. The park is defined by the grant it. Okay interests. They did it. It's pretty. Yeah. Yeah. The only thing that's cool about is that, you know, most people think that, that twelve meadows and the tiger pass road is is the, the far northern reaches of the park. But no, that's, that's the middle of the park there that, that, that's literally, you can see tiger road runs almost along the middle of the park, and then the, the whole northern half of the park virtually nobody ever go. Yeah. Isn't that where Chacha is hetch hetchy is in is in the, the north west part of it? But when you get when you get north of, of that as this whole area there are trails, there are lakes. The problem is that all of the trail head quota coming out twirling meadows, all filled up by people who only wanna go a couple of hours away from there. Yeah. So it's even hard to get a permit to get that far out. But I've been through some of the some of the I've been through the northern reaches in some of it and it's just as pretty as the rest of it. Yeah. Well, thanks. So I suspect the subjects gonna come up at the mid west rep, rep festival, because I'm gonna be talking with our friend Ryan Carlisle about it. But I wanted about sit off a view and get your opinions too. So I'm about halfway through Ryan's book. And again, it's a major thumbs up. This is the first the first publication which re-lead does a good treatment of the open source, three printing world, first time it, he really captures ton of incredibly useful information, which if you did it yourself, take you a very, very long time together it all up. However, has I as I go through each of these different methodologies. Because what, what this first volume does, is it describes each different approach of tool. Paf production that is control. How how the HUD end is moved around for FDM or f f three D printing. There's lots and lots of different ways of doing it. But here's what kept to when you get to the end of the section in the book before jumps, the cases you're kinda like wait a minute. It doesn't make sense to bother with anything in between. It's either you're gonna go super low cost with a Mendel styled approach just like the Prusova. I three or the ender three or the CR ten or the at eight, where the bed moving Z Araya. So it's that's a x Z Y architecture. Okay. You're either gonna do that design onto super low cost or everything in between, including the ultimate or style is now shoved to the side and you're going to go with a core. X y and z z dead up some design because everything in between kind of, like not much point. Why bother why do it saw that you go super low cost or you're gonna get the finest? Optimal design you can get. And I think that's what we're going to see on that. That's going to happen in the next three years, or so, all of the Alta maker style in the cartesian style, which would be the X, Y, commas, e architectures such as the replicator, like rep Lund, the rep to the two x the win. How in the flash forges I would predict those get blown away by the low cost Mendel style machines and the high end will be dominated by the optimal for X Y site, until somebody comes up with something even more optimal never know you never know seems to be the best thing we've got going right now. If you could if you could come up with something is a big challenge that is optimized for backlash as Cork's wise, but at the same low cost in such as low cost its simplicity and manufacturing. As the Mendel style than that will take over completely in the marketplace. Does he cover Delta's at all? Yes, he does he does. But Delta's, which are optimal for some things are not up for others. Whereas when you just go to core x y and you, you can scale up, that's the thing you see, scaling up, you can scale up with Delta's, but people built huge deltas, but you still have all the problems that you have of delta. Right. But you can scale up and get optimized capabilities with Corex y not. So with the Mendel design Mendel, once you start getting bigger than a ten by ten inch bed. It starts to become challenging moving that much mass around. I saw somebody whereas I was I think it was on your report from from CIs. Yeah. Maybe a couple years ago there was somebody was building. It was like a six foot cube build volume or something. And it was built like an enormous mental. Which didn't make any sense to me. But actually think you're mistaken. I think you're thinking that the bed moved on that printer. While there, there was one where the bed didn't move, and the, the whole gantry, right moved. X Y. And the whole thing went up Z, but I'm thinking of that. There was a there was a manufacturer was it was a young guy? Relatively looked like a roll of a small shop and was completely custom printers. And he was he was actually building. I mean, the bed was down on the on the. Yeah. Ground was basically like a like a ridiculously, huge rep he used Servoz instead of promoters, while you knew you'd have to actually be able to get thanks to move. But if you're gonna go to the expensive of using Cervo is on a machine. Why would you build at that lie? How do you contain it? Which means you don't get the use the heated Bill plate right value is now valley, but I don't think they actually produce that printer. I don't see those guys anymore. Yeah, there's a lot of a lot of hopefuls in the marketplace at that point. So we'll probably have this discussion again. When we get to go Shen Indiana, if I'm not frozen..

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"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"So one modification to the replicator series printer, which we never talked about. And we should have. I realized that the other day reading posts on the Google group is the the x axis idler gear. Now. In the replicator series. And that's any any three D printer including the flash forge the win. How the maker Botts where they have the the x axis rides on the y axis rods and those carriages on each side have the GT to built in a loop. And that loop drives the X carriage, which contains your extruder will the loop on the left side has a small gear. That's an idler gear that the belt loops around. Now's it actually an idler gear. Or is it just a a poli-? That's that's just that's a good question on a screw actually poli an idler gear. Something that sprung that retains right some tension. And it doesn't least as a bearing in it. Well, it it should it doesn't necessarily have to have a bearing on. I'm pretty sure that the original the original replicator to and replica to prosecute the replicator one does not have a bearing in it. It's just a screw going through a plastic gear that the GT to belt goes through now that gear that or that little object if it's the plastic one, which is the OEM version, that's just ABS. And it's riding on a thin. Cylinder of what looks like it could be other Steeler aluminum. And it's been lewd when it came out of the factory. They don't tell you to lube that and overtime as the lube wears away. The friction from the metal against the plastic gear will elongate that whole and ruin the gear. I've heard also that it could rotate the little cylinder and ruin the the capture holes at the cylinder sits in which would then. Ruin your y carriage arrived. Your alu- your ex carriage on the left, and I've seen that I've seen that damage happen. So if you've got one of these these police in there, and you haven't been putting superloo bonnet. Now's a good time loosen up the the x axis motor the the the idler the idler the stepper motor which loosens up the GT to belt and that little rod slips right out. Take it all out and super Loubet Teflon lube and put it back together, and you should be okay. And you should be doing that. At least once a year to make sure that that doesn't ruin the ABS plastic that this stuff's all pressing against. However, there are there are upgrades out there. So you never have to look at it because they do have bearings. In them. Some of the better ones are no longer made, unfortunately, where somebody actually fitted the bearing into the pulley, and then the little vodka goes through the Bering and that works perfect. Tely? However, there are there are new solutions out there. You can find one of them on the Fargo dot com website. I know they sell one. And if you go to EBay, and you search I think it's called rep X axis idler. It is called idler you'll find a couple made on their they're not expensive. So if you don't want to bother looming the cylinder that holds it all together on that left side, you could just simply replace it with a bearing bearing version of it. However, if you're if you're running one of these printers, and you don't leave that area, and it doesn't have a Burien it be aware that you could damage in time that carriage jerk. It'll it'll wear out. Yeah. Whitney another show written to my hard drive waiting for encoding. Uploading commitment on our feed to all of our very supportive listeners. Thank you all for your support on patriot dot com. Thank you for your support on itunes with the reviews. We really appreciate those lot. Thank you very much. And hey, thanks for listening. We do this for fun. Let's see I got to think of the week this week you do and it's quite something. This is from a good friend of ours. Name Ryan Carlisle who I got to meet at Murph finally got to meet this fellow Ryan's the fellow who finished the first volume of the three D printing engineering series. Oh, yeah. Look great. And we did get some quality time with him. I pretty sure that was a couple of weeks back on the show. Excellent on he brought to Murph his tesseract delta. And if you want to get a good look at this three D printer, my recommendations, go to thing averse I pronounce that thing verse nothing verse you can. Pronounce a thing. Diversity if you like thing number one three six five eight eight zero and Ryan's handle on on the verse is tempo five oh two. And you could get a good look at this very different design for a delta three D printer. It kind of is like a partial cube sitting on its end with the sides, the three uprights inside the corners of this cube. It looks very different from any other three D printer. Let alone just the delta three d printer. And I sat behind this printer at myr for awhile. I wasn't there all the time because you know, come Saturday. It gets so crowded that you can't really walk around at Murph. So I, you know, I sat behind the table and waited awhile and relaxed, and I was able to sit there with Michael Hackney who is a bit of a legend in the. The delta world dealt a three D printing world, I also got to sit and spend some time with a fellow named no from snow labs who talked me into getting some of his fellow men, the the PC plus with carbon carbon-fiber which will be talking about on the show and also got to spend some quality time with the fellow from tech child, which you'll hear about what we actually already we already showed it. So you need to listen to I will catch up. But any case I'm sitting behind this delta and people are walking by and the questions you see their faces go. Whoa. And you know, Ryans they're talking about his book. So people looked at me. And they said so does this make it print better? And I go, well, no, it's function is actually more involved in more complex than that. And they look at me. And what is it, and I go, well, it it got you look at it. Got you look at it. In wonder, I guess looking at it just with I wish you had a video of it. Because it's not just looking at still pictures of it. It's kinda hard to understand what's going on with it. Well, you know, you'll see in the first picture the carriage right behind the UI display, and it's just working just like a typical delta. Okay. It's just going. Moving around. All right. There's nothing really different in its functionality except that its rigidity slipped probably going to be a bit more rigid, but Delta's a rigid enough as they are. It's just different interesting nights say it's sure as I catching I like to call it three D printer art, that's kind of how I see. And I think it's a bit of a masterpiece. But oh, well, just as definitely a masterpiece of something the fact that it that it actually a prince, it's grit. It's prints quite well like it. Yeah. So if you're interested in how how Ryan built this and maybe even want to build one yourself. It's on thing averse, you could check it out and thanks to Ryan for posting then on thinking look school. So you've got a thing of the thing you think should be thinking of the week. Or if you've got a question or comment don't hesitate, send us an Email Santa to info at three D printing today dot com, that's H R E E. The letter d printing today dot com, you're also invited to join the community on Google groups. Google three d printing tips and tricks, and it'll take you to the Google group. You can read all you want. And if you want to post you have to join the group to send me your Email when you join the group will let you in. I am the admin on that Google group. My handle is Toby see would people have asked me why not just use your name. I thought. Yeah. I probably should. And then I thought now I've used Hobie see would for so many years on so many forums. I think is probably better. If I just keep that that was your old dog with another. No Toby was my toga zero a longtime ago. Anyway, let's see what's coming up on the show next time show number two eighty to anyone you give us a retrospect on Murph. Yeah. I get to that with our friend Kurt. And then you and I debate the use of the B L touch. I just bought a Beal touch just had you know, I got one. Okay. And then we talk about how cure also has overlapped infils. So I guess that's it. Right. Thanks for listening.

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"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"The three D printing today the podcast about all aspects of three D printing. This time around though, we're focused on hobby because we're back at m r f the midwest rep rep festival also known as Murph which kind of make it hard to do a bay area rep rep Restivo. Because I don't know when you read that one out it just doesn't sound very appealing this time around. We have interviews with the guys from Australia zesty, the folks at duet three D And on then we're going to look at the book from our friend. Ryan Carlisle, we get a nice quality time interview with Ryan while we get the talk to Martin at Bonn TEK. And then we fight we discuss how this one gentleman printed, the almost almost an entire three d printer out of plastic and it worked really well. It was really cool. We get to talk to one of our listeners. And then we talked to another podcast group. We're going to do a simultaneous episode. Owed or simultaneous segment on both our podcasts, and then we're going to talk to a felony Martin from Iceland, who's really into mapping Iceland. And then it will one of the one of the highlights of the show a fellow who made a three D printer that actually moves around on wheels and prince directly on whatever surface. It standing on. We talked to a friend of ours for matter. Hackers and then we finish up with a an interview about the SOL one with Joseph Prusova. So without further ado, let's get to it in the zesty booth with an old friend of mine metro sqi on file knicker days. Matt what are you guys selling? The zesty was a Peter with a flexible shaft, it kind of a competitor with bond to some degree. But I'm seeing an interesting solution for the under three calcium, and is basically a remote direct drive where the motor is driving through shaft all of your. Power into a less than pounce extruder. Which is basically it's got the gear in there the gears at thirty two one ratio transferring all of your power over there, the two biggest advantage are one reducing your rate your weight, but the number two is the quick feed system. So basically in order to get your film it through you're not pushing through from the back end through a Boden tube. Actually, just pushing directly in you've got your gear in there. You're thirty two one which is going to pull it. So it's very quick that we've got this little they call it the breach. But I call it the quick feet system where basically you just lineup. It actually helps you with clearing out your blockages if you have any blockages and the biggest advantage, obviously being that you're able to swap out your soulmate. This is also in vertebral. This part is modular on top of the base, which the base on thing verse they've got multiple different versions actually over a hundred. So no matter what printer you have. You're gonna have the base. Did you can do that shape ways? If you need or if you've got the capability you can print that. But then the modular part, which is the extruder itself that goes on top. And if you do need invert, it they made it so the parts themselves if I took this off we'd be the same on the opposite side, it would just be flipped around or inverted. You can see here on the side that this can go either way. You say you can go that way or that way. Very modular. Let's back up a little bit. We're going to have the photograph online. But what we're seeing here in person, the the heavy stuff are motor stays where it is. You're just adding a little bracket for the the little twisty cable thing. The only reason they added this cable with just because I found out that every once in a while when they were on the wellish look on your. Yeah. But otherwise, you don't necessarily need that they got three different cable. No matter how high trying to go their longest cable is one point two meters. So even doing something three meters even taller sit on a CRM. Yeah. Exactly. And then at the extruder the direct drive. That's now. Right there super lightweight. So you're not getting the disadvantage of direct drive with the weight of the stepper motor. Exactly. And and you're still getting the light without still getting you're getting the best of both worlds. Yes. For the under the creativity towns. Yeah. Very interesting. How much normally one twenty but at the show. Oh here. Well, we still just sold out. They were ninety seven here the show, but they're one twentieth of the website, Shipton Australia, and that's usually standard is three to five nation. That's good to see you do. Thank you, ask them about the prototype. The prototype is what they're working on to replace the cable, which they want to take the weight of a cable you've got half of it here as diverse toss ride. So they've got something that the working on which is a continuous loop drive, which is actually lighter and doesn't even suffer from the Ben Gratiot. So you can bend this far than you can with the shaft driven motor mount is a lot simpler true and the motormouth itself if you need to can be inverted which will change direction. Nice. So I mean, they're just they're making this so lightweight. Thank you. Hey, no problem. Thank you. So we're here. Third day. Murph with here with Tony from duet. Duet three d three three what's your full name Thome ten up. Nice to meet you Tony nice to meet you too. So. The past few years. There's been this poll is pulling tug between the different new thirty two bit boards. And I've been watching watching and waiting waiting to see how it all falls out. I've seen some czar controversies online happening some of the boards, and now it's kind of fallen out and I'm here at Murph this year, and I'm looking around talking to everybody around here looking at what they're using. You know what I'm seeing? I'm seeing more duet or than the other wards. Yes. Looking like duets won the competition at least for now. I speak very good. I was hey lost yet. And I I enjoyed on Judah lot as wondering around so quite a few hits. But this year, she's been amazing this it's it's been so cool and seventy people coming up to us and saying I really loved the I ready left the board people saying all to do something that I was struggling to one of the other controllers with an eight bit control. So it's been it's been really good. It's also being really cool because it's been so many changes and rails hit on both days prints do because they use the digital expandability do stuff that you already do with a with a lot of other electric being. He's been ready ready. Good. So I have a clone. One from a felon in Carruth of you ever heard of that machine. I haven't known it was one of the I corps expi- machines that you could buy sort of build yourself out of. Tsar Lomond on one of the first machines. You could buy the has linear rails rather than the raw gues. It was way ahead of its time. Heart of the thing that Carl did besides the hardware was he cloned? The mighty board. I not the money board to the money board one tried to fix everything in the mighty board. And unfortunately, things happened over the years where we have a bug in the firmware the bug has been fixed. And at this point in time. I have other issues with my clone are one it's not giving me proper temperature readings. So when I'm thinking of doing right after the show is thinking of yanking, the motherboard and the U I and sticking into duet board with a new panel. What would you recommend? I do to get that started. How where would you? Where would you recommend? I go to learn how to do that. Because I know nothing about the firmware lets us know. Yeah, I think getting getting moving from fem like and together ones Chit to fish this. Yeah. It's it's just it's a different way of the thing. What what we kind of doing all the configuration of the Flemish with specific printer is old on by sending gca come out. So those commands a loaded through scripts at run when the when the would starts up come come out g for example. But you can also I on the fly. So you can test just things once you happy with exactly what settings that you wanna run. You can then copied back into the conflict file, it's it's very quick. It's rate and get set up as far as you would start. I would on documentation to go to Scott kit page, which talks about what you need to to to convert one to running different bullet to the do it. So that that will give you a Stott. There's also an online configuration page, you put in like, these the, this is etc. I want to this access this information that I want from this access for the whole and you go through all of the steps and what it pushes out at. The end is a is a is a bunch of the configuration files, which you can drop straight onto it. And now the great stock point you probably need to Sodhi tweaking off to that just to to get putting up sleepy. That's good. That's good place stuff. Cool now from what I understand. There's a bunch of different models of ado, we've got three main different models. We've got the Jewett to wifi to eaten it. Now. They're actively the same controllable. The only difference is the the communications one put you on WI fi one puts you on any tenant. And and then as well, we've also got the to my stroke. So that's a slightly low cost board. It's lightly. Expandable it has slightly lower power Steph adroitness, but actually for a sort of small to medium sized printed that if you just got a couple of extruders then enough expandability on the maestro to to run that if you if you looking to to do something either with big Motta's with more tools or you want to do things like. Three axes

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3D Printing Today

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"So let's see after almost a year of of waiting. A friend of ours. Name Ryan Carlisle has finally actually published the book that he's been promising all of us. The good news is he's published the book and right off the bat until you. It's a major thumbs up. The unfortunate news. It's only one volume one of probably I think it's like three volumes. I'm not sure it who knows it may be more. However, I agree with his choice. This particular volume focuses primarily on the the tool path, a hardware and the casing hardware that basically the the the differentiating foundation of what makes a three D printer. It's also possibly one of the more interesting aspects from an academic standpoint because it from historically a lot of stuff happened rather relatively quickly right after the strategists patent ran out. And and what what Ryan does is he he he gathers all the information that he could find and Ryan he's an academic, and he in and he takes it. From an academic standpoint. Reads, like a textbook reads like a textbook. It's it's a combination the upfront its narrative the Goodson to descriptive prose. And unfortunately, you have to go expository prose to some degree. Which means you've got to read slower. You can't read as fast. So it's not easy reading like, for example. It's it's good. As you read to take his normalization of of definitions and descriptions, very seriously carefully. Like, really, listen, listen to what he's saying. And listen to the labs. Let the label stick before you move on. Because like all academic material. You know, once you've identified a label, it becomes the shorthand across the rest of the book and conceptually things get more complex, and you have to simplify by shortening things. So he'll use he'll use descriptions of say a particular architecture over for to it as a z X Y or a Z Y XM. He'll he'll do that. And those those are labels which describe the two probably most the most pop-. Frame tool tool path architectures in three D printing, a desktop three printing today, it's a really really good book. And if you're interested in learning about the most the most foundation aspects of three D printing, how devolve where it came from how how it how the the breadth of the different architectures that are out there. And there's quite a few and how they volved in. What makes for good here and bad there and the trade offs involved? This is the book for you. Brian went out and gathered all of his information from sources that are kind of difficult to find he would have to dig through textbooks and find like one or two power graphs in the entire textbook that were value in the rest was not of relevance. He would go online and search and various forums and groups and pull data from. Posts and blogs, and and to do that on your own could take years years. So years worth of finding information and compiling it, and normalizing it? So that it all kind of fits together. And makes sense your best bet get this book. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. I was just leafing through it. Because he didn't send me a copy. Talk. But just looking through it seeing. I'm an all the the details. I mean, he's he's showing you know, like, you know, a beam deflection. Equations and stuff I mean. So if you really want to get into design of of three printer and understand everything that goes into it from an engineering perspective. He seems like he he makes it pretty accessible. I mean, it's not reads like a textbook. Yes. But it but an introductory textbook. It's not I mean, it's not like pages and pages of equations. But he does show you, you know, sort of how you could you could calculate. You know, what what the next step is figuring out how much this is going to deflect in this, you know, whatever design so anyway, it's pretty I mean, it's it's definitely unlike any other book we've had in the in the three D printing. Oh, yes. By quite a bit. I'd say it's the first book of any kind which finally. Digs through. It's a it's a tour to force of the tool path methods. And and and case designs, it's the only source. I think we have today that is this definitive and and complete for sure. Yeah. It. It's published through a company called sublime publications. We'll put the Earl in our show notes like tell you today. The the the printing is sold out. It's sold out fairly quickly. He he has told me that he's already ordered another printing of it so bind by the time. The show gets out. Chances are that'll be in the work, but we're going to shove the segment out into the next show on our Q. So this gets out as quickly as possible. I know Ryan plans on going to M r f as I plan, so we'll built be there, and he'll be selling the book there and talking about the book and probably doing a presentation relit related to information from the book, possibly we'll have some discussions in front of groups of people as well. Sure. That'd be great. Yeah. It's it's a it's a pretty amazing treatise on on the subject. That, you know, a lot of three hundred engineering has seemed kind of haphazard somebody came up with the design, and then other people replicated it and sometimes not really understanding. What was essential about why design work and sometimes improving it and sometimes making it worse. And he's going through just from an engineering perspective. You know, why is it that this design works, and what is it? What are the elements of this? That are important the title. The title of the book is three D printer engineering volume one motion platform designed by Ryan Carlisle C A R L Y L E if you Google sublime publications you'll probably be able to find their and pre-order the book thumbs up great book looking forward to the next volume. Good job. And it's encouraging me. I'm starting to think meal, maybe three D printer or. Operations and tips and tricks would be an interesting book for us to do. I know I know it's been done before. I know we have friends out there who have published books on doing this. I don't know. I think you, and I can take a different take on it. Sure. Hey,

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3D Printing Today

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Three D printing. Today's number two seventy-one testing color changes Z, height compensating, three D printer engineering book review. Come back to three D printing. Today, the podcast about all aspects of three D printing. Hobby professional industrial, it doesn't matter. We covered. All my name's Andy Cohen, I'm here, Mr. Whitney Potter high. You doing I'm doing pretty darn good. So we got this story out of Berkeley. Although I think it's also Lawrence Livermore, high call. Yeah. It's researchers at L L l and Berkeley, and they're talking of the articles out of three years, and they talk about using light that turns liquid into objects a right away like. Like all this LA the last word in the title is in minutes. Well, I could do it in you know, ninety minutes. Right. But I think the point is is they do it like within like, five minutes or less. So I went, and I read the article now this is like the third story. We have of what you could say is an innovative approach to an older process. And and I think they are trying to be innovative here. And basically what the way the article describes it is they have their own formulation of resin, which is oxygenated, by the way. And there's something about the oxygen being cross linked to the resin molecules that makes this possible something special about the resin, right? And they project an animation of the three D object rotating in three D. Okay. Into the resin. And they they rotate the containment right with the resin in there while they're doing this. And they say that they can get the three D image cured into the resin in three D in minutes. It happens like really really quickly. You see it in real time to some degree in their video. Although a what they show turns out to be something that doesn't look time lapse particular could be a time lapse, you don't see any cohesive shape, that makes any sense. So on the surface. It's like, oh boy yet another innovation that attempts to produce things at an incredibly fast rate from an getting away from the layer by layer from two to three D the peeling effect and the peeling affect so they're trying to innovate the trying to do something different. The results are far from acceptable there. There resolutions from. It's extremely rough resolutions really rough. The objects are very very tiny to they're very small on. So the the only thing I I'm glad that they're working on it. And I would hope that they continue to work on it. And if they perfect it, this could be incredibly valuable and make a lot of money. So do it. But I don't recommend you use the name replicator. That's true. It's interesting that that have is the three D printing world so old that people have sort of forgotten the past. I mean that one's been used people. I don't think they realized it which is weird. But I, but I think that maker bought NAS Stratus owns the name replicator one and replicator to and ripper guy. I don't think they own the name replicator. I guess this is just a just the nickname at this point. They're not there yet. Yeah. It's just the manufacturing anyway. And they name it after the Star Trek replicator, which is what I think maker bot did do. But in any case, it looks really cool. And we wish the folks at Lawrence Livermore in Berkeley, labs, all the luck. They could possibly have with this. And hopefully, you're from now we'll say. Hey, look, we got. Yeah. It's it's a very interesting notion. I mean, it is it my first thought it was like how they're doing SLA. You know, right. A little bit. But it's it's sort of polar SLA, you know, they're they're rotating it, which is I mean, it's it's an interesting concept. You're you're going to see some limitations. I mean, you'd think while I mean, how would this work on anything, but very transparent resins right because you're actually shooting into the resin to to affect the cure. Also, they're they're projecting the entire image to the surface. Right. Which can be a problem. Now. That's a problem that can be overcome fairly easily simply using the technique that we've reported on previous show where you do volume metrically from the middle out. You could probably get better quality that way. And maybe that's something. They'll be exploring in the near future. Right. Yeah. It's I'm I'm not. I'm not really sure. I mean, I guess I I can see their their their pictures. And it seems like this would be easy enough to do you know in? I I could build something to to actually do this in about an hour. If you read there, it's just a matter of what's the secret sauce on the resin. If you read further they describe how the the oxygenation of the resins make it possible. So that you can do the the image Perot tation right without without it, curing in places that you don't want it to cure something about how the oxygenation gives you that stat split away from cured versus uncured. I'm not sure I understand how it works. But they do say that after you've printed something you have to take the resin that's leftover and re-oxygenation. It just reuse it. Yeah. I was noticing that there. There seemed to be a lot of bubbles in the in the fluid that they're that they're showing which I that struck me as kind of weird, but I guess maybe. It's a side affect of the of the oxygenation by think, I'm in bubbles SLA is generally bad, generally interesting. Anyway, what do we have coming up on our show today Whitney? Well, let's see we started talking about color testing color changes. And then we describes e high compensation, and we have a review of Ryan Carlisle's new book on three D printer engineering volume. One awesome. Let's do this. So

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3D Printing Today

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"To our hard drive waiting for encoding. Uploading commitment on our feed to all of our very supportive listeners. Thank you all for your support on patriot dot com. Thank you for the wonderful reviews. We really appreciate the reviews on itunes. Thank you so much. If you liked the show, please give us some love on I tunes. It it helps others gives others trust that the show has quality in his worth listen to and again, thanks for the support on patriot. Does help us in purchasing certain items. Like, for example, I purchased a book that our friend. Ryan Carlisle, oh has finally got books out. It's not out yet. No. We'll maybe by the time. The show comes out it'll be out, but Koby pre-ordered it. It's the first volume of which will be a fairly large number of volumes. Focuses on the mechanics of the. Hardware of three D printers FDM machines. All we're hoping to really hoping to have Ryan on the show shirk to talk about this first volume we've discussed it with him. But we should have the book. You're you're also getting one by. Oh, excellent. So I'm looking forward to it. It's good to have it in my hands before. I start building tool change your core. X y I or that I hope to do. So. Yeah, I've been unvarying stages of design on various printers for for the last couple of months, and and I'd love to see what Ryan's got say about. It should be awesome. Okay. I got a thing of the week. Yeah. Okay. This is a thing. Number off a thing. Averse three two two two zero five two called the rotor stack container. This is a a really good thing to do. If you've got yourself a print new three D printer from Christmas.

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3D Printing Today

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Because you know if you've got a little bit of residue from cookies in there they're probably not gonna kill you sushi cutters now i'd avoid that yeah but you know i mean use use commonsense and understand that there isn't really any way you can make this stuff food grade or tips for your vaping pen no i think you should do a lot of people do you should get it over with so our friend ryan carlisle who posts awesome stuff like our friend vernon and who's writing a book which are all still holding our breath for he posted a bunch of items that i think are good a good bunch of stuff so he says number one don't use f f f three printing four suspending or lifting any weights heavy enough to hurt someone if they fell right it's good so like a good example would be a bracket that holds your shelf on the wall yeah that idea don't put anything on the shelf that's going to hurt you a fall in that but in that same vein all my tar holders may from f f f behind us sure sure but he also says more than a few psi of air vacuum or more than garden hose level water pressure yeah no fuel or solvent containment any kind of handrail and then he says belt buckle or safety devices belt buckles not necessarily a safety device the committee could embarrassment prevention device but if it's a belt where you're depending upon it holding your weight not a good idea to do it in.

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KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"ryan carlisle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Heard something that was really positive today that the water will first of all the rain stopped before they thought it would is that the tour starting to recede any truth to that when houston yes and they are things sunny skies is drying up that and four it's not lay ear this thing is went over southeast taxes are talking port arthur and beaumont and it's catastrophic there right now it's catastrophic and i'm also hearing from my sister whose and gonzalez louisiana she said the winds are go nuts with the are getting rain there as well so i know louisiana starting now to get the brunt of it as it comes back on shore a why wore harvey go away now i wish it word for these people to be kagan just give me like a complete story if you have from fox news krizan taxes the found the bodies of 23 victims of harvey's wrath and warned on wednesday the number of dead would almost certainly store as water levels across much of the houston area start to recede as already say a married couple who drove their pickup truck into harvey's floodwaters drowned after the current manure by creek swept them away fort bend county sheriff's major chad norval says the couple is on the phone with nine one one asking for help when the line when silent when officers found the truck it was completely submerged and then live in a rural area the county southwest of houston and they were headed to relatives house nearby and the announcement of the couple's death comes after beaumont police said a woman's body turned wednesday morning they did not release for name or the possible circumstances that led to her death should be at least a second person have died and beaumont this week increase onto shivering threeyearold clinging to the body of her drown mother any rainswollen canal tuesday after the home and try to carry her child safety in addition officials in harris county made a grim announcement were investigate seventeen more deaths as potentially harvey related and we conduct autopsies to determine the causes montgomery county sheriff's captain ryan carlisle said one body was found around the barricade and in standing water on monday another victim trying to swim across a flooded road and governor gray gather urge residents to avoid driving in a flood waters costing.

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