Paste Extruder - 10 cc V2.1 - Extrudeuse a pâte

by Shapescribe Dec 14, 2014
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Hi, and thanks for all the work.
Made one, and posted some images printing a chocolate frosting 'nut' as a test.

Here's the question... Have you ( or any of the other makers ) calculated the equivalent step count to match standard filament? Just eyeballing it looks like around 30-35% feed works best. I can do the math if nobody else has yet.. just hoping that somebody's already calculated it.

Do you have links for the parts. I am having trouble finding the screws for the extruder.

Can I use this on any 3d printer?
I'll use a 3d printer named "cremaker", made from Korea, darakmall company.
I will upload it's photo. Could you check whether it's available or not?

It seems like it should work if you use the carriage mount for it (The one that's linked in the description)

Looking to do some bioprinting using hydrogels via syringes like this. What printer would you recommend for around $300-600 that would do well mounting different heads like this?

Where would be the best place to buy all of the hardware for this? The places I have looked seem to sell the pieces in large packs and the price starts to add up.

I'm not sure what the best option would be. I've bought many things off ebay, sometimes you can select the quantity you want and you get free shipping for small items. Usually from China.

I could make up a small kit since I may have all the parts here, but I'm not sure it would be very cost effective.

looks good, can i see a video of it working or maybe some print pics? :)

I don't have much documentation, but these two precursors have good info:

RichRap's original: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:20733
Nick's version: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:249933

Thingiverse has gone funky on me, I can no longer update or edit this thing! We've tried everything, even sending an email to the Thingiverse people...

Universal Paste Extruder for 3D printers
by RichRap
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