Noble 3D’s VJett-PXL vs. 3D Systems Visijet PXL
The following video shows our latest VJett-PXL formula print quality compared to 3D Systems Visijet PXL product.
To perform this test, we divided our feeder hopper into two sections by inserting a stainless steel plate down the center of the feed hopper and taping it in place. We then taped off the holes in the center gusset of the mixing cage.
After checking our clearances, we filled one side with our newly formulated “VJett-PXL Hardcore”powder, the other side with 3D Systems “Visijet PXL” and buttoned the printer back up.
We then ran the “Tune Feeder” procedure and reboot the printer.
Our first comparison print was of two 3D Systems, “Print Accuracy Test” models, (you can find this file with the latest 3D Systems Zprint software, in the “Samples” folder). We used ZP151, (same settings that are assigned to Visijet PXL), powder settings, with the layer height set to 0.88″, bleed compensation on, and “print in monochrome” enabled.
3D Printer Powder “GRAPHENITE” & “GRAPHINK” Binder Green Strength Demonstration
In this video we demonstrate our new Graphene impregnated composites “green” strength. This print was specifically made to show this demonstration. We pulled the piece out of the bed after approx 1 hour and 10 minutes drying. The piece was printed using the default ZP-131 Zbond powder settings, with no bleed compensation, in monochrome, 0.1mm layer thickness. The piece measures 158mm x 58mm x 2.5mm.
3D Printer Powder VJett PXL Voxel Resolution Detail
This is a short clip to show the quality of our latest composite. This Eiffel Tower is being printed in sections on a Zcorp Z450 3DP printer using ZP130 default powder settings, no bleed compensation, in monochrome. More to come .
3D Printer Powder VJett PXL – Vacuum Test
This video demonstrates our powder being vacuumed into the machine and not clogging the debris filter. You will notice that we never loose suction, (indicating that the filter never clogs), and the vacuum motor immediately revs down once all the powder is gone from the bucket. We often wonder why the competition never shows any videos of their products performance. Hmmmm
In this video we demonstrate our superparamagnetic graphene. Both samples are from the same batch of Graphene, which was made via electrolysis of Graphite in a hydrated solution of Potassium Sulfate. The sample on the right has been further processed to obtain its superparamagnetic properties. We hope this discovery will facilitate the use of Graphene as a replacement for silicone in the manufacture of microprocessors, Spintronics, etc.