Jack Davies | Automated 3D Print Removal
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Automated 3D Print Removal

About This Project

Designed for 3D print farms that have hundreds of printers in clusters to provide on demand manufacturing of parts, the system provides an automated method of part ejection and bed preperation, ready for continuous production. The mechanism is similar to the operation of a conveyer belt, resulting in the part being ‘pealed’ off the bed, which requires very little force to remove parts.

The product reduces the need for human interaction, to unload prints and clean the build surface. Improving efficiency and reliability. The modular design of the system allows it to be adapted to any size printer, simply by cutting the extrusion profile to the required length. An integrated DC motor and mechanism is easily interfaced to the existing printer electronics, reducing the need for any external control hardware.