Equipment

MakerBot Replicator Z18

 

asdfWith the massive build volume of the Z18, you can make extra-large and ultra-tall industrial concept models and prototypes, and with provided software you can send print files to your 3D printer via Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet, or with a USB drive.

Print Technology
Fused Deposition Modeling

Build Volume
30.0 L x 30.5 W x 45.7 H CM
[11.8 L x 12.0 W x 18.0 H IN]

2,549 cubic inches

Layer Resolution
100 microns

Filament Diameter
1.75 mm [0.069 IN]

Filament Compatibility
MakerBot PLA Filament Large Spool

Nozzle Diameter
0.4 MM [0.015 IN]

Print File Type
.MAKERBOT

Build Surface
Injection molded PC­ ABS

Stepper Motors
1.8° step angle with 1/16 micro-stepping

XY Positioning Precision
11 Microns [0.0004 IN]

Z Positioning Precision
2.5 Microns [0.0001 IN]

Quick Start Guide


Printrbot Smalls

 

fdsaSmalls is a small, portable, and versatile 3D printer kit for the hacker, maker, or student on a budget …not afraid to build a kit and engage in the community forum for support.

  • Build Volume (X-Y-Z): 100mm x 100mm x 130mm (apx 4″ x 4″ x 6″ / 80 cubic inches)
  • Print Resolution: 100 Microns
  • Print Speed: 80mm/sec max recommended
  • Filament: 1.75mm PLA (sample included)
  • Extruder: Injection Molded v2 Direct Drive Extruder
  • Auto Leveling: Auto-Leveling Probe works with software to calibrate Z axis height (see video)
  • Print Bed: Not heated – 1/8″ 6061 aluminum (0.3mm level tolerance)
  • Belt: GT2
  • Z Lead Screw: 1/4″ 16 threaded
  • Pulleys: 20 tooth, dual flange GT2 aluminum
  • Electronics: Printrbot Rev F5 Printrboard with microUSB connection and micro SD card slot for untethered printing
  • Software: Printrbot does not provide software, but recommends Cura v15.04 – available for free download.
  • Power Requirements: 12V (6 amp) laptop power supply (included)
  • Motors: NEMA 17 stepper. Click here for specifications.
  • Overall Footprint*:  16.6″ x 13″ x 11″ (L x W x H)

 


3D Systems CubeX

 

murphyWe call this little guy Murphy. He can make professional grade prints with both ABS and PLA plastic. Files are transferred by simply plugging in a USB stick with the file to print. As for printing times, an average smartphone case takes about 2-3 hours to print.

  • Plastic Jet Printing technology
  • Houses up to three print jets for multi-color and multi-material prints
  • Choice between  ABS and PLA plastic, both recyclable
  • Prints objects up to 275 x 265 x 240 mm (10 .75”x10 .5”x9 .5”)
  • EZ load print cartridge
  • Fully automated supports: peel off supports for ABS and PLA

User Guide


ShopBot D2418

 

fdaNow with metal cutting capability! In addition to impressive woodworking capabilities, the D2418 delivers engraving level precision and the power and rigidity to machine parts from wood, plastic, aluminum, and other materials. It can perform a wide range of workbench, prototyping and production projects.

  • XYZ Movement: 24" x 18" x 5.5" (609.6mm x 457.2mm x 139.7mm)
  • Cutting Volume: 24” x 18” x 3.5” (609.6mm x 457.2mm x 88.9mm) [e.g. with 2" long cutter]
  • Cut Speed: 4 inches per second (100mm/sec)
  • Jogging Speed: 6 inches per second (150mm/sec)
  • Resolution: 0.00025” (.00635mm)

Quick Start Guide


Arduinos

 

fdasWe've got Arduinos! Lots and lots of Arduinos... but also, breadboards, jumpers, servos, and other hardware you'd need to complete your Arduino project. Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message - and turn it into an output - activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. You can tell your board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board. To do so you use the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring), and the Arduino Software (IDE), based on Processing.

Operating Voltage 5V
Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V
Input Voltage (limit) 6-20V
Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
PWM Digital I/O Pins 6
Analog Input Pins 6
DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA
DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA
Flash Memory 32 KB (ATmega328P) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader
SRAM 2 KB (ATmega328P)
EEPROM 1 KB (ATmega328P)
Clock Speed 16 MHz
Length 68.6 mm
Width 53.4 mm
Weight 25 g

Intel Joule 570x

 

fdasNeed more computing power than what the ATMega328P microprocessor on the Arduino can offer? Don't worry, we've got you covered with the Intel Joule 570x. The Joule is powered by an 1.7 GHZ Intel Atom processor and 4 GB of RAM. It comes with Bluetooth and wifi pre-installed, and includes ports for USB C, mini HDMI, and Micro SD, and of course, 40 pins for input/output.

  • Board Form Factor 24mm x 48mm
  • Storage space 16 GB
  • DC Input Voltage Supported 3.6-5.25V
  • Pre-installed Operating System Linux Kernel 4.4 optimized for IOT

Memory Specifications

  • Pre-Installed Memory Yes
  • Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type) 4 GB
  • Memory Types LPDDR4
  • Max # of Memory Channels 4
  • Max Memory Bandwidth 25.6 GB/s
  • ECC Memory Supported No

Graphics Specifications

  • Integrated Graphics Yes
  • Graphics Output Intel® HD Graphics: HDMI 1.4B
  • Intel® Clear Video Technology No
  • # of Displays Supported 2

Expansion Options

  • PCI Support Yes
  • PCI Express Revision PCIe Gen2.0
  • PCI Express Configurations ‡ PCIe - 1 x1* mux'ed with USB3
  • Max # of PCI Express Lanes 1
  • PCIe x1 Gen 2.x 1

I/O Specifications

  • # of USB Ports 2
  • USB 2.0 Configuration (External + Internal) 2
  • USB 3.0 Configuration (External + Internal) 1 + 1
  • Integrated Wifi 802.11ac 2x MIMO
  • Integrated Bluetooth Yes

Perception Neuron Motion Capture

 

fdasPining to be the next Hideo Kojima? Want to make the animation in your new VR game more lifelike? The newest addition to the Maker Space's equipment portfolio is the Perception Neuron motion capture "suit." The suit has up to 32 sensors that can be worn by a model, but as little as 3 sensors can be worn if desired. Captured animation can be exported to Unity, Unreal Engine, Maya, Unigine, Oculus, and more.

Dynamic range: 360 deg
Accelerometer range: ±16g
Gyroscope range: ±2000 dps
Resolution: 0.02 deg
Roll: < 1 deg
Pitch: < 1 deg
Yaw angle: < 2 deg
Max. connected sensors: 32
Output: USB 2.0, WIFI or Onboard Micro-SD Card Recording
Max Output rate: 60 fps with 32 Neurons, 120 fps with 18 Neurons

Quick Start Guide