JGAURORA had attended FORMNEXT 2019 and just come back from Frankfurt last week.
Many people dropped by and told us that they have been using JGAURORA printers for a long time. We were humbled by their gratitude, and inspired to continue our mission to make products that empower people to make their dreams come true.
While it's always exciting to roll out cutting-edge products, explore the vanguard of technology, seeing others satisfied and succeed by using JGAURORA products.
The passion helping people materialize what they can imagine is what drives us every day at JGAURORA. And the biggest problem you'll have then will be deciding what to make.
No matter what level of additive manufacturing you are involved in, JGAURORA always has the right solutions to help you find new inspiration for your work.
JGAURORA, we print what you create.
It'll be a great four-day for JGAURORA at the FORMNEXT 2019 in Frankfurt.
The three-sided JGAURORA booth was simple but beautiful. So many visitors got firsthand experiences with the expanding JGAURORA 3D solutions. We were thrilled to connect with so many interesting makers as well as individuals eager to learn more about our products. Customers enjoyed the JGAURORA booth and was surprised by our 3D printers as well as the possibilities of 3D printing brought by JGAURORA.
JGAURORA unveiled new JGAURORA G3 LCD 3D printer. The audiences' reviews were fantastic.
If you are at FORMNEXT 2019, we hope you've caught that connection with JGAURORA!
See you in Frankfurt! See you at hall 111-F65!
The Honda 3D Design Competition is designed to give employees of Honda an opportunity to re-engineer existing products or create new designs in automobile industry. All participants competing in this contest showcase their creativity by demonstrating the value added through their ingenuity, application of sound engineering design principles, and leveraging additive manufacturing technologies.
This competition lets everyone become the creators who can print what they create.
JGAURORA's blend of capabilities bring high-quality 3D printers including traditional FDM 3D printers such as A5S, A8S, JGMAKER Magic and an all-new LCD printer G3. Representatives of JGAURORA will be present to explain our latest innovations in additive manufacturing, while at the same time preparing special offers for you, so please make sure to stop by our booth if you are planning to attend.
Visit JGAURORA at Hall 111- F65 to learn more about the benefits of 3D printing.
Formnext is the leading exhibition and conference dedicated to additive manufacturing and all of its upstream and downstream processes.
It is where experts from a wide range of industry sectors, such as automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical technology, electrical engineering, and many more, come together to discover additive manufacturing, industrial 3D printing, and innovative production technologies for themselves.
JGAURORA was one of the first companies in China with a mission to make 3D printing technology accessible to people at all levels by continuously providing better solutions that fit all business needs. As an ISO 9001 certified company, we dedicate ourselves to offering customers affordable products without compromising quality through an unparalleled commitment to R&D and have seen great success in innovating advanced manufacturing techniques in the development of 3D printers and accessories. Till now, JGAURORA has been serving different markets for over 10 years.
PS:Sample list at the exhibition, we will send beautiful 3D-printed model
3D Printer Cleaning Filament
A nozzle clog is when an FDM 3D printer‘s nozzle is partially or totally blocked, preventing smooth extrusion and leading to print (or even machine) failures. To fix them, people have come up with scores of techniques, from using acupuncture needles to clear the nozzle to hot and cold pulls.
But with all these techniques being so inexpensive, where does dedicated “cleaning filament” fit in?
Here, we’ll take a look at what cleaning filament is, its advantages and disadvantages, and how to use it. Let’s get started!
3D Printer Cleaning Filament
What Is Cleaning Filament?
Cleaning filament is an FDM material made specifically for nozzle cleaning. Usually sold in short sticks or coils, this stuff is useful for whenever you have a nozzle clog you need to bust.
At first sight, these filaments may just seem like overpriced repackagings of the nylon filaments commonly used for other nozzle-cleaning methods. Don’t be fooled. Usually, cleaning filaments are actually purging materials more typically used for cleaning out industrial injection-molding equipment. They help cleanly push out stuck particles and carbonized plastic without damaging your nozzle. In many cases, cleaning filaments are actually more thorough and efficient in their cleaning than traditional hot and cold pulls.
So, how do you use this seemingly magical material? As it turns out, it’s rather simple.
3D Printer Cleaning Filament
Using Cleaning Filament
To use cleaning filament, you must first decide if it’s really the best approach for your clog. Cleaning filament only works with partial clogs, as it requires that the filament can still extrude. For full clogs, you may have to perform some hot or cold pulls, or break up the blockage with a needle before proceeding.
If you’re ready to continue, remove the Bowden tube that may be attached to your printer’s print head. Heat the nozzle up to the last temperature at which you were printing, and either manually feed the cleaning filament through (on Bowden systems) or set the printer to extrude automatically (on direct-drive systems). You should see the old filament getting pushed out and the cleaning filament coming out of the nozzle. Keep extruding until no black specks or residue comes out with the cleaning filament.
That’s it! Once you’re done, just unload the cleaning filament and continue printing with your usual filament!
3D Printer Cleaning Filament
There you have it! Hopefully, this article gave you a better idea of how and when to use cleaning filament for all your clog-clearing needs.
We would like to thank you all for taking time to visit our booth at the CEEIE 2019(China Educational Equipment Exhibition), held at Qingdao, China, from October 12th to 14th.
We are very excited about the large number of visitors to our booth. It was a fine opportunity to present our latest products. We thank you for your interests in our products and look forward to the opportunity of serving you.
If you have any questions about our exhibits, please feel free to contact us.
Gwen Finlayson suffers from autoimmune hepatitis which led to her developing cirrhosis. She was fatigued all of the time and was put on the liver transplant list. However, there are 14,000 people on this list in the U.S. and 10% of them die before they receive a donor’s liver. To save his mother’s life, Brandon Finlayson offered up his own liver. “She needed this, and for the couple months of discomfort, that was well worth it,” he told 16WNDU. The team created 3D models of the livers using 3D imaging to ensure both surgeons and the family knew exactly what was going to happen. Due to Gwen’s small size, only Brandon’s smaller left lobe was taken. This process is usually done for teenagers. “The reason why a live donation is important to do before the patients get too sick is because you’re not doing a full liver, you’re only doing 40% to 60%,” explains Dr. Manuel Rodriguez-Davalos from Intermountain Healthcare Transplant Services.
Gwen Finlayson received a liver transplant thanks to her son and 3D printing technology. (Source: 16WNDU)
The surgery was successful and Brandon was home within just five days, while Gwen required a further four days to recover in hospital.
Meanwhile, Intermountain Transplant Services is using this experience as inspiration to set up a 3D printed liver library. Rodriguez-Davalos explains that 3D models of donors will help educate both surgeons and patients. The team has received a grant to develop the library.
Rodriguez-Davalos explains the benefits of creating 3D models for surgery, saying: “The fact that we’re able to kind of go over step by step, it’s just so much easier than just seeing a CAT scan on the screen.”
In a year, surgeons will once more develop 3D models of the Finlaysons’ livers to see how they are developing and how much they have grown. In the meantime, Gwen explains that she is feeling grateful every day.
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Brandon Finlayson gave his liver to save his mother’s life. (Source: 16WNDU)
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