Yes its now possible to 3d-print with wood giving it the feel and smell of cherry wood unto your printed object.
Cherry Wood (Brown) LAYWOO-D3 1.75MM 3D Printer Filament – 0.25KG (Compatible with PLA 3D Printer)
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Details of this Product are:
- 0.25KG of 1.75mm LAYWOO-D3 wood filament in dark cherry color. A Spool is not included (can be found on Thingiverse)
- Very Little Warp Filament, Parts can be Painted, Grindable, Carvable, and Stainable
- This 3D printer filament Smells like Real Wood, and is flexible. The printed wood will appear rough, similar to MDF
- This is a PLA Type Filament that does not need a heated bed, and sticks well to the print bed
- At a lower temperature, the color of the print is much lighter than the main image
Get more details on this wood filament by clicking here.
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(Reuters) – Not so long ago, harried moms and dads would brave the holiday season crowds at the mall to buy those Lego accessories or that Star Wars battle cruiser.
Now, with increasingly cheap and easy-to-use three-dimensional printers, they can turn out such gifts in the comfort of the family living room or garage.
3D printers — which use a process called additive manufacturing to make objects from a digital model by laying down layers of material — aren’t new. They’ve been used to make manufacturing and engineering prototypes for more than 25 years.
The OIT RepRap project was started in Winter Term of 2008 at the Oregon Institute of Technology by Professor David Culler, Stanley Ames, and Noah Anderson. The project sprang from one created at the University of Bath in England by Dr. Adrian Bowyer called RepRap.
RepRap stands for REPlicating RAPid prototyping machine. It is a machine that is supposed to be able to–and can, recently!–make other rapid prototyping machines that can make more of themselves, etc…