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January 21, 2010

3D Printing – Making a Bearing inside a Bearing

at 2:33 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, Insane Equipment


Bradley Rigdon who owns Print To 3D shows us how he can print a cool bearing with his 3D printer. This printer is a bit different than the Makerbot that we have featured here before. His Dimension 3D printer uses uses 2 types of material, one that makes the structure of the item and a second material that can be dissolved after the model has been printed. See the videos below for an inside view of the system. The last video illustrates the power of having a dissolvable second plastic material, a functional Rubik’s Cube like game is printed with no assembly needed!

Bradley is an avid RC hobbyist, he shares some video of his collection here and here.


 

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9 Responses to “3D Printing – Making a Bearing inside a Bearing”

  1. Loki Says:

    FAIL 😀

  2. Pouncer Says:

    How does this fail?

  3. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hey Loki,

    How do you figure that? I was totally impressed with the printed bearing.

  4. London Says:

    That’s pretty awesome.
    It’s my life’s dream to have a high quality 3d printer like that *sigh*

  5. Pouncer Says:

    Me too London. Heck, I’d settle for even a low res 3d printer. lol
    Anyone want to print me up a reprap? :p

  6. Bradley Rigdon Says:

    Thanks for the post!

    You can also catch us on Facebook.
    http://www.facebook.com/printto3d

  7. NatureTM Says:

    Sweet mustache dude!

  8. Dual Monitors Says:

    Impressive for sure…

  9. 3D Color Printing - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] I remember how crazy it seemed a year and a half ago when when Bradley Rigdon demonstrated how to print a 3D bearing. Most of us have now seen something that has been printed in a 3D printer. This is thanks in large […]

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