The World's Most Advanced TPR 3D Printer Atomstack Cambrian
3D printing is an innovative technology that is changing the way products are made. Many of us have purchased 3D printers looking to print gadgets that we use every day. Unfortunately, the lack of elasticity and durability of the printing filament makes it difficult to achieve useful printing for everyday objects, ultimately making the 3D printer a fun but expensive toy. That's why we invented the Atomstack Cambrian 3D printer.
Atomstack Cambrian 3D printers are very different from 3D printers on the market. It comes with two replaceable extruders, enabling it to print just about anything. One extruder is 1.75mm for common filament material and the other is a specially designed 2.85mm extruder for TPR filament. The highlight of the Atomstack 3D printer is its thermoplastic rubber printing capability, which helps users create durable end-use products for real-world applications. With Atomstack, you can print out endless possibilities. Printing rubbery filaments is very difficult due to the high chance of the elastic material getting stuck in the nozzle. Atomstack's 2.85mm extruder solves this problem. The extruder is designed to avoid nozzle clogging problems. This makes it excellent for printing rubber products such as shoes, plaids and balls or other product components that require elasticity and resilience.
Applications for TPR filaments include sports equipment, auto parts, electronic equipment, medical devices, industrial design, and more. The properties of TPR make it ideal for 3D printing. With high elasticity (50-70A hardness) and resilience (>50%), you can use TPR filament to print rubber products for any end use. You can change the extruder to TPR printing (2.85mm rubber direct extruder) or traditional printing (1.75mm extruder) and it can be easily changed in seconds. What makes the Cambrian efficient and effective is the direct extruder design that keeps the extruder close to the nozzle; therefore, it quickly reacts to the filament and starts printing. Additionally, the 1.75mm and 2.85mm extruders allow for better extrusion, faster retraction and a wider filament range. Two different extruders make Cambrian compatible with a variety of filaments.
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Laser engraving is a popular option that provides a permanent and legible marking on an object through etching, ablation, or deep laser engraving. It is similar to laser marking, but the resulting appearance differs due to the depth of laser penetration.
Laser engraving is commonly used to create permanent serial markings on substrates made of: Metal, Wood, Plastic, Leather.
Benefits Of Laser Engraving Over Traditional Processes
Compared to manual engraving:
Minimally Invasive: Laser engraving can be performed at a range of depths without any direct contact at all. Surface marks can even be done on stainless steel with no depth. Overall, lasers are less damaging than manual engraving and keep the substrate material’s physical integrity intact.
Precise: Lasers provide a level of control that’s impossible to achieve manually. Compared to hand-engraving, the process is swift, clean, and highly repeatable, with little room for human error.
Versatile: A single laser engraving machine can be used to create a host of different designs with only minimal calibration. They can also produce exceptionally complex patterns.
Affordable: On average, laser devices last longer than other engraving machines and require less maintenance, resulting in savings that can be passed along to the consumer.
Fast: Lasers can be programmed to render virtually any design in a matter of moments. Because the process is automated, it’s easy to scale production runs as needed according to demand.
Long-Lasting: Laser-engraved designs are permanent but can wear over time, depending on the substrate material that’s used. Soft metals, for example, may experience more signs of wear than hardwood. In general, however, laser-engraved designs tend to have a longer lifespan compared to other engraving methods.