Some Zatsit's Tricks
Hello friends, dear backers!
In the video I am publishing today below, I show some tips related to the attachment system of the accessories, by three magnets.
One of these tips concerns the creation of a hot chamber, to print certain difficult plastics in a heated environment (up to 130°C, if the power of the heating bed is sufficient).
This feature is usually reserved for professional printers, very expensive, and is obtained by sophisticated technical means, protected by a thick patent mat. Zatsit makes this feature available to you in ridiculously simple ways, and offers it in Open Source to all 3D printing enthusiasts.
As you may have noticed, I like simple and elegant solutions.
Admittedly, the printing volume is considerably reduced: Ø100 x 40mm, in the simplest version shown here. The height can be doubled or tripled by replacing the crown component with a telescopic version. But even with such a small volume, believe me, it's very useful! In particular, gears can be printed, in Nylon, POM, etc...
I hope this video will interest the whole 3D printing world, and it is also intended to make Zatsit famous. Feel free to share!