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Get the full 3D printing experience with the Leapfrog Creatr HS 3D Printer with Standalone 3D Printer Controller, 3D Printed Science Projects Book, 3D Printing Pen, & Black/White/Red Filament Kit from B&H.
Check out the MatterControl Science Projects Book to get inspiration and guidelines. Then use the Standalone controller to select your 3D model and to print from the Leapfrog Creatr HS 3D Printer in either black is the new black, snow white, or rocket red 1.75mm PLA filament. You can also use the included Crafty Pen 3D Printing Pen to add to your 3D print.
Leapfrog Creatr HS 3D Printer
Build your 3D prints as fast as 300 mm/s with the Creatr HS Dual Extruder 3D Printer from Leapfrog. The Creatr HS supports two-color and two-material printing up to a maximum size of 11.4 x 9.4 x 7.1". Using one extruder allows you to print even larger - 11.4 x 10.6 x 7.1". The heated build plate supports printing with both ABS and PLA filaments, as well as dissolvable plastic PVA, Nylon, Wood Plastic, and Brick Plastic. The Creatr HS can print at resolutions as fine as 20 microns for highly detailed results, or as coarse as 350 microns when great precision is not required.
The Creatr HS 3D Printer features a 4" full color LCD screen for navigation, and can print directly from USB. It ships with Simplify3D, a software suite that contains everything you need to begin printing on your Creatr HS. The printer and software are compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
Dual Extruders & Many Materials
Two nozzles on the Creatr HS allow you to not only print with two colors in over one hundred color combinations, but also enable you to print with more than one material at a time. A convenient use for this feature would be to print a complicated design with sturdy ABS filament, while using the second extruder to print supporting material in PLA or PVA plastics, which can then be dissolved for removal. Whereas breaking away ABS-printed support material would leave marks on your 3D prints, dissolving the supporting material will instead result in a smooth surface.
MatterControl T10 Standalone 3D Printer Controller
The MatterControl T10 Standalone 3D Printer Controller improves on its predecessor, the original 7" MatterControl Touch. The T10 features a larger 10.6" multi-touch display, more computing power (2 GHz 8-core processor) for faster onboard slicing, and higher screen resolution for intricate models (1366 x 720).
This Android-powered touchscreen controller turns your 3D printer into a truly independent, internet-connected device. The T10 gives you the ability to create, edit, and prepare models without a computer or SD card. The onboard camera enables monitoring of your print from your mobile device while Wi-Fi capabilities streamline workflow with cloud-based library organization.
With Basic and Advanced settings, the controller allows for plug-and-print for beginners as well as full 3D printer control for the pros.
Frees up computer resources and provides a cost-effective alternative to purchasing additional laptops for every 3D printer in your arsenal.
For schools and businesses with multiple users, everyone can log in to MatterControl desktop and upload their model to the cloud library on T10.
Powerful integrated slicing (2 GHz 8-Core processor) for complex models with easy support generation and removal.
MatterControl 3D Printed Science Projects Paperback Book
The paperback version of Mattercontrol 3D Printed Science Projects, by Joan Horvath, describes how to create 3D printable models that can help students from kindergarten through grad school learn math, physics, botany, chemistry, engineering, and more.
Each of the eight topics in this book are designed to be customized by the reader to create a wide range of projects suitable for science fairs, extra credit, or classroom demonstrations. Science fair project suggestions and extensive "where to learn more" resources are included, too. You will add another dimension to your textbook understanding of science.
Table of Contents
1. 3D Math Functions
2. Light and Other Waves
5. Simple Machines
6. Plants and their Ecosystems
Appendix A: 3D printing, OpenSCAD, MatterControl, and archives.
Appendix B: Links
Crafty Pen 3D Printing Pen
The Crafty Pen 3D Printing Pen can create colorful manually-operated pen prints with PLA and ABS plastic, and makes a great addition to any personal or classroom crafting station. With imagination and creativity, the Crafty Pen can turn any mediocre project into a personalized piece of art.
Unlike other 3D printing pens, the Crafty Pen has a helpful LCD screen that makes changing the temperature and selecting material settings easy. It also features a safety "sleep" mode which automatically cools down the pen after five minutes of inactivity. You can also adjust the extrusion speed as you create. With a touch of a finger, slow it down for small, detailed projects and speed it up to fill in thicker designs.
Suitable for ages 8 and up with adult supervision.
Uses any 1.75mm PLA or ABS filament
Create projects horizontally or vertically
Embellish and personalize crafts or use to repair and modify 3D prints
Suitable for families and crafts
Printrbot 1.75mm PLA Filament (1.1 lb, Black is the New Black)
This 1.1 lb spool of black PLA Filament from Printrbot is 1.75mm in diameter and is a non-proprietary filament that should be compatible with most 3D printers.
PLA is a biodegradable plastic derived from renewable resources.