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3D Printing with PolyJet VeroUltraClear Material

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VeroUltraClear is a clear, rigid, 3D printing material with a glass-like appearance. Learn how to get the best results for your prototyping needs.
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4 axis Milling operation in powerMILL

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtcLLcBXbOw&t=1s
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Turning & Mill-Turn Operation In powerMILL

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3kwxqucqnQ&t=19s
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3D Printing Support Material Removal - 3D Print Support Settings

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The material used for this print is blue PLA. The nozzle temperature is 185°C and the print bed is 55°C. The layer height of this print is 0.25mm (250 micron). This is not so bad as you may think and saves a lot of time. Infill is only 20%. The top and bottom are 3 layers thick, the outline/perimeter 4 layers. Printing speed is 3600mm/second. These are my default 3D printer settings for PLA. The video mostly plays 10 times faster than the actual printing speed. Some 3D prints require support material to be correctly printed. The 3D print in this video is one of them. My 3D print support settings from Simplify3D are as following: 12% normal support with a 30% dense support of 3 layers. The dense support is what will lay on or below the definitive object layers. This dense support has, as the name says, a higher density to support your 3D print better than the normal support would do. But how to remove support from a 3D print? Support removal goes better with a pair of tongs instead of your fingers. Support must not be too dense to avoid damaging your print while removing support. This FELIX Pro 2 is recorded with permission from the marketing department of FELIXprinters. http://www.felixprinters.com
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4axis Roughing & Finishing in solidcam

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzyIHj4Ihd4&t=52s