This podcast episode covers the physics behind Stefans recently reviewed CHT nozzle and his DIY version of it. Both discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this design and how it compares to a Volcano hotend. Stefan briefly talks about how he got kicked from AMAZON with his threaded inserts. The big topic is the Prusa XL and its new, smart features. This new design includes an extrusion force sensor that another company is using to print fully dense FDM parts so Tom and Stefan analyze whether this might also be something that could be implemented on the Prusa. The last topic covers the CoPrint which is an MMU project that Creality seems to endorse, though also comes at a steep price tag. Questions cover a novel 3D laminating technique, the question of why thermal fuses are rarely used in 3D printers, and how much Tom and Stefan earn with this podcast.
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Recording date: 2021 11 29
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CNC Kitchen threaded inserts (Affiliate): https://geni.us/CNCKitchenInserts
Check out the Prusa XL (Affiliate): https://www.prusa3d.com/product/original-prusa-xl-2?a_aid=CNCKitchen
Void free 3D printing: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/bond3d-achieves-99-part-densities-with-void-free-peek-3d-printing-technology-200117/
CoPrint, the Creality MMU: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVJx01NhjS8
VORON Enraged Rabbit Carrot Feeder (Affiliate): https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_A8FrPu
Lamination 3D printing: https://www.br-automation.com/en/about-us/press-room/additive-manufacturing-ready-for-industrial-scale-production-16-11-2021/