Used ZCorp Spectrum Z510 3D Printer , Depoedering St. and Blast Cabinet - $4000
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- Street: 1728 Kinsman Way
- City: Lakeland
- Zip/Postal Code: 33809
- State: Florida
- Country: United States
- Listed: July 29, 2017 11:13 am
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ZCorp Spectrum Z510 3D Printer and Power
Part Material: Printed parts consist of porous plaster that can be infiltrated with epoxy
Cost: Consumables for this machine cost approximately $5/in3
Build Speed: 2 layers per minute
Max Part Size: 10″ x 14″ x 8″ (254 x 356 x 203 mm)
Layer Thickness: User selectable at the time of printing; 0.0035″-0.008″ (.089-.203 mm)
Print Resolution: 600 x 540 dpi
File Formats: Accepts solid models in STL, VRML PLY, and 3DS file formats as input
Wall Thickness: Completed parts are made of dried plaster. After they are depowdered, they can be infiltrated with epoxy. Thicker walls are always preferred, but an absolute minimum wall thickness of 1/16” (~1.5mm) is recommended.
Clearance Between Mating Parts: Assemblies of parts can be printed, but you must be able to remove loose powder from between the parts. A minimum clearance of about 1/16” is recommended.
Color: Color parts can be 3D printed with this machine. To do this, use any appropriate technique to produce a selectively colored part in your CAD package. You can selectively color faces, you can conduct a finite element study, etc. Export the color part to the VRML format. The ZCorp machine is able to extract color information contained within the VRML format.
Finishing: Finished parts can be vacuum infiltrated with epoxy to improve strength and color appearance. The infiltrated parts can also be sanded smooth and coated with a high gloss spray to provide a shiny finish if desired.
Tolerance: It’s nearly impossible to specify a tolerance for this process since it varies depending on factors such as the orientation the parts are built in and even the condition of the powder. This is a prototyping process, not a production manufacturing process.
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