• Oct : 25 : 2014 - 5 Breathtaking Dresses Made with 3D Printing
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  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - HP Inc.’s Sprout Computer to Feature a New Type of Interaction Design
  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - HP Inc.’s Sprout Computer to Feature a New Type of Interaction Design
  • Oct : 24 : 2014 - Portable iBox Nano cuts size and cost of 3D resin printing

For those of you that are veterans to the 3D printing world you know the benefits of  printing your projects on a heated build surface. Parts are less prone to warping, especially large parts that utilize our huge 8 x 8 x 5.5 inch build area. For those of our clients that requested a sample piece you’ve already seen the shiny manufactured look that the Heated Bed offers. But the biggest advantage of the Heated Bed is that you do not need to print a support raft – Your geometry is printed clean directly on the build pad. We are well aware that some of our previous clients may want to upgrade and start using a heated be – please click here to be directed to the Heated Bed for details. specs. and pricing information.

Read the original post: BotMill Customers give positive feedback on newly included Heated Beds

Read the original: BotMill Customers give positive feedback on newly included Heated Beds

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