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College of Architecture
Texas Tech University
Mail Stop 42091
Lubbock, Texas 79409
Phone 806-742-3136
Email: architecture@ttu.edu





FABRICATION LAB



DDF PROGRAM ZCORP POWDER PRINTER

LABS INTRO

DIGITAL DESIGN LAB


FABRICATION LAB

CNC Machining

CNC Router
CNC Robot
Blade Cutter

Vacuum Form

3D Printing

Dimension Elite
Form Labs 2
ZPrinter 350
New Matter



MATERIALS

RESOURCES



FILE SUBMITTAL INFO

PAYMENT INFO

TUTORIALS-TEMPLATES

3D PRINTING

CNC ROUTER

LASERCUTTER

VACUUM FORMER


    



3D Printing Instructions


COST

  • $3.00 set up fee.
  • $1.00 per job for print head use.
  • $2.00 for each hour of printing, rounded to the minute
  • $2.00 per cubic inch of powder material used.
  • $0.25 per ml ($3.50 per cubic inch) of binder used.
  • Curing options
Curing will be performed by user. Instruction can be provided by staff member.
Curing Solutions: Cyanoacrylate (Ultra Thin), Varnish Spray, Paint Coat, etc...


SPECIFICATIONS

  • File Formats for Printing (to open on Rhino and/or ZPrint): 3dm, stl, vrml, ply, 3ds, zpr
  • Equipment Dimensions: 122 x 79 x 140 cm (48 x 31 x 55 inches)
  • Resolution: 300 x 450 dpi
  • Minimum Feature Size: 0.15 mm (0.006 inches)
  • Vertical Build Speed: 20 mm/hour (0.8 inch/hour)
  • Build Size: 203 x 254 x 203 mm (8 x 10 x 8 inches)
  • Layer Thickness: 0.089 - 0.102 mm (0.0035 - 0.004 inches)
  • Number of Jets: 304
  • Automation: Basic (automated setup and self monitoring / automated powder loading / snap-in binder cartridges / intuitive control panel)

updated Spring 2014


MATERIAL

  • High-performance composite material makes strong, high-definition parts
  • Color: Monochrome (white)
  • Choose from a range of finishing options to meet your needs, from resin for ultra-strong functional prototypes to water for creating concept models quickly, safely, and very affordabe
  • ZPrinter parts can be sanded, drilled tapped, painted and electroplated, further expanding the options available for finished part characteristics


Example 1

Example 2

Example 3