My name is Jonathan Shaw. I purchased the business assets from Rob. I hope to continue in his shoes and provide materials that the community needs. If you have any questions or suggestions on new products/colors, let me know and we can look into providing those that are most popular. In future weeks we hope to fully convert to our new domain. We will still keep the old domain ported to the new site so that both ways will access the store. The new domain http://www.os3dp.com currently points to our old store store.osprintingllc.com.
Thank You for your continued support.
Open Source 3D Printing, LLC
firstname.lastname@example.org (New domain. Both e-mails still get to me.)
We have finished revamping our filastruder enclosure. Here is what we have changed:
One of the biggest changes is the guide assembly. It is now a single printed part that mounts to the front support. It uses a 50mm fan instead of a 80mm fan. It also uses a single guide. At 4ft and using ABS, we got great results and holding tolerences of +-.05mm.
We added a spine to the enclosure. That makes the overall enclosure more rigid. This will help with the newer motors additional torque and allows for operation without the back panel.
The supports went from 1/2 ply to 3/4 ply. This prevents de-lamination of the plywood from the threaded inserts.
We have added two T-nuts to the spine. This allows for the machine to be wall mounted using two 1/4-20 bolts.
5% off on any order over $40
Use the code 5off
This code is good till 2/6/14
FilaWinder only $179.99
We have started selling the FilaWinder. A fully automated filament winder that utilized a feedback loop to maintain high filament tolerances. This is great for people who want their filament operation to take up less space or don’t want filament coiling on the ground.
The Vapor Print Finisher(VPF) is a hotplate that can be used to perform acetone vapor baths. An acetone vapor bath uses acetone vapors to smooth out a 3D printed ABS part. Giving your prints a smooth glossy finish. The VPF is small and compact and gives you the freedom to perform vapor baths in well ventilated areas.
It is that time of the year again! To celebrate a great year, we are having our biggest sale to date. Everything is on sale!!
ABS & PLA colorant (red, blue, yellow, black)- $1.99 per 2 oz pack. That is a savings of $0.51 cents!
ABS Plastic Resin- $3.50 per pound
PLA Plastic Resin -$3.125 per pound
Plus so much more!!
This sale goes from Dec 23rd to Dec 31st.
We have done it. The last of the Filastruder Kickstarter machines has been picked up. I would like to start out by saying thank you to all of the amazing backers. Without your support, we would not be as successful as we are today. You were supportive even though we were a month or two late with your machines. For that we say thank you. We would also like to say thank you to Tim Elmore and the Filastruder Team. This has been a rewarding experience and everyone at OSP appreciates this amazing opportunity.
To say thank you and celebrate our success, we are offering 15% off everything in the store. Using the code 15off when you are checking out and you will receive 15% off the entire order. This code can only be used once and applies to everything in the store. This offer ends 12/3.
Great work by David Smith using our plastic and colorant.
Originally posted on Bits Into Atoms:
I’ve been mixing up different colors and running them through the Filastruder. I’ve kept the Filastruder going 100% of the time. I’m trying to do them in an order so that the colors are similar and that one batch can quickly transition to the next. Here is what I’ve done so far.
Lemon/Lime (1:64 master batch ratio) – The color came out very close to a nice lemon lime color. The color varied back and forth between green and yellow as it would hit one of the master batch granules.
- 2 cups ABS Natural from OSPrinting
- 1.25 tsp yellow master batch
- 0.25 tsp blue master batch
Yellow (1:32 master batch ratio) – I wanted a color that could be used to print a Pikachu for my daughter. For a true Pikachu yellow, I probably should have added a tiny bit of red to it. The yellow came out nice although…
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