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Everything you need to get started 3D Printing Kit

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Item# Get-Started-3D-Printing-Kit Regular Price: $799.55 MakerGeeks Price: $489.95 Availability: Usually ships the next business day 1 MakerGeeks DescriptionMakerGeeks.com Get Started 3D Printing Kit for building a RepRap or other 3D printer, or upgrade the printer's current configuration to a better one. We sell a lot of 3D Printer kits where we print all the plastic parts for you... and while we don't sell a full blown kit we do offer theMakerGeeks.com Get Started 3D Printing Kit which will take ANY 3D Printer about 95% of the way to completion. Getting Started 3D Printing is as easy as 1... 2... 3 with MakerGeeks.com: Pick out the 3D Printer you want to build and then order the plastic parts here 3D Printer Kits & Plastic PartsOrder this item (the MakerGeeks.com

3D Printing Contest Video at MakerGeeks.com

It's contest time at MakerGeeks.com - from today till Oct 18th, 2013 we'll be running our 3D Printing Filament contest... the winner gets {2} rolls of ANY 3D Printer Filament they want from our website at www.makergeeks.com (check it out and start dreaming of what you'll use those [2] FREE rolls for!!).

It's easy to enter, just email us your pictures to joshua@makergeeks.com and we'll pick a winner on Oct the 18th, 2013... to win BIG; this contest is ONLY open to residents of the planet Earth - no exceptions! LOL

If you need a Blinky Sticker email me with your mailing address and I'll send you one.

Here is a link to the STL for Blinky the 8-Bit Owl: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:152725

Have FUN FUN FUN!!!

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New Ready to Print Dual Head Extruders in STOCK!

Home > 3D Printers > Dual-Head Extruder Ready to Print Dual-Head Extruder Ready to Print Item# Dual-Head-Extruder Regular Price: $299.95 MakerGeeks Price: $225.95 Availability: Usually ships the next business day MakerGeeks DescriptionDual-head 0.4mm Nozzle Extruder Print Head for any 3D Printer Description:
Everything assembled and ready to print - just mount and plug in and you're ready to 3D Print in dual colors or use one nozzle for your 3D Printing and the other nozzle to print the support material!!Suitable for all 3D Printers Extrusion nozzle:0.4mmGreat to use with ANY 3D Printer filament in 1.75mmSpecifications:
The cooling fan operating voltage is 12V.
Extrusion head voltage 12V, power 35W, 500MM cable.  Nozzle Flow Rate: about 24cc/hExtruder stepper motor Model 42HB34F08AB,  Operating voltage 5v.Motion Shaft Speed: 40mm/s
K-type thermocouple (PT100 reference temperature of 0 degrees), 500MM link lineTemp range is 170° - 280°

New Ready to Print Single Head Extruders in STOCK!

Home > 3D Printers > Single-Head Extruder Ready to Print Single-Head Extruder Ready to Print Item# Single-Head-Extruder Regular Price: $195.95 MakerGeeks Price: $125.95 Availability: Usually ships the next business day MakerGeeks Description0.4mm Nozzle Extruder Print Head for any 3D Printer Description:
Everything assembled and ready to print - just mount and plug in and you're ready to 3D Print!!Suitable for all 3D Printers Extrusion nozzle: 0.4mmGreat to use with ANY 3D Printer filament in 1.75mmSpecifications:
The cooling fan operating voltage is 12V.
Extrusion head voltage 12V, power 35W, 500MM cable.  Nozzle Flow Rate: about 24cc/hExtruder stepper motor Model 42HB34F08AB,  Operating voltage 5v.Motion Shaft Speed: 40mm/s
K-type thermocouple (PT100 reference temperature of 0 degrees), 500MM link lineTemp range is 170° - 280°

Robot Track System Lawn Mower Build Pt: 5

Robo-Mower Update (LCD readouts) Ah, finally... My new LCD screens came in and I have them mounted to show battery condition and later as more sensors come online I can add additional read outs - next up is adding a 5.8ghz FPV system for remote mowing and then it'll be on to robotic sensors to add some degree of automation into the mix.

But for now; it's just about done on the mechanical side. I also had a Holy Spirit Eureka moment today while staring at the machine... "Why not put the original mowers wheels back on to add stability!" - I gave it a try and headed out front of my shop to some overpass embankments and WHOA that idea made all the difference... Just perfect, very stable and helps keeping the mower deck level while moving over rough and steep terrain.

See what you think:



Till next time, get out and hack something!!! Have fun!!

Robot Track System Lawn Mower Build Pt: 4

Proto-Type Finished (sort of) Finally got the robo-mower painted and re-assembled; locktite on all the bolts, everything silicon sealed and water-proof and ready to go. All I'm lacking at this point are two Blue LED read-out screens that'll mount on the electronics box to display running info about the bot; battery, charge, Amps and AH plus more info as the other sensors come online.

Very excited to get it out and try it out... will post some videos once I'm out mowing!! Here are the pictures for you to check out, enjoy!!




This is my master ON/OFF switch to cut the power.


The LCD's will be on this box and will show various read-outs on the robots systems - should have those in a few days from Amazon.com!! 
With a platform like this it should be easy to switch out the mower if you wanted to run a leave mulcher or a blower or anything... I wanted it to as modular as possible so as I saw new needs I could use the same bot...  That's it…

How did MakerGeeks.com Filament Stack up when printing a Colt .45 1911

Great read about a common issue that a lot of us #3dprintingshops have... this guy found a great solution and also mentioned how MakerGeeks.com filament stacked up against the other filament he has used in the past! Thank you!! 

Also a good looking print of a Colt 45 model 1911 A1 gun printed in MakerGeeks.com White ABS Filament!

Check out this link to learn more... http://lesagegp.wordpress.com/2013/09/01/filament-spool-change-during-a-3d-print/