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"HAND 3D PRINTER FOR $ 6,11 AND 2 MINUTES OF WORK"
#1
"HAND 3D PRINTER FOR $ 6,11 AND 2 MINUTES OF WORK"

Shopping
(Figure 1)
- Any glue gun with thin (7mm) bars (made in China -6 $)
- Stem from a ballpoint pen ($ 0.1)
- Paper clip ($ 0.01)
installation


https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-p7Y-D.../hand1.jpg


1 brass rod assembly is heated on fire lighters - burn leftover pasta.
2 On sharpener grind it up-so. Passed through it to clip
3 embodies the knot on the gun with the clip on the gun


Work

, it is desirable to work with fan cooled model - faster polymerhardens thread.
-threaded on a string impose undulation
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-jVSt7.../hand2.jpg

- 10 minutes of exercise, and you're ready to create a "masterpiece" Figure 4 - (diffuser for LED light)


Yury Sak, Russia

teplostok.plastic@gmail.com
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#2
Neat :-)
That's a nice DIY project for a cheap-o-3D-printing-pen like the 3Doodler ;-)
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#3
Some times the choices made at Kick Starter mystify me. A hot melt glue gun with automatic feeder, and look atthe amount of funding.
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#4
I have to ask: what exactly is the paper clip for? Not letting the ballpoint tip slide out? U would think it's sitting pretty tight in there and if it isn't the paper clip isn't going to hold it anyway.
Or, and the last time I checked the cheapest hot glue gun was something like $2.99, so I'm thinking this might just as well be a $3.10 "manual 3D printer". Well, OK, a *printer* cannot really be *manual* but I will play along ...

Cheers!
Polytech
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#5
You can get them for $2 at ebay (from china) or in some $1 stores, too ;-)
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