NWA3D

Advanced Engineering Deal

$3,431.00
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Product description

Three NWA3D A31 3D Printers at 10% off + 24 engineering filaments at 10% off + one year access to Fusion360 Instructional Course at 50% off + one MODIFI3D tool, our 3D Printing Tool Kit, and extruder upgrades FREE!

 

The Engineering Deals are suited for experienced users who are ready for new materials. These three NWA3D A31's are upgraded to print with flexible and composite materials. The 24 included filaments are a mix of PLA (5), High-heat PLA (4), flexible TPU (4), PETG (7), and carbon fiber PETG (4). Our 3D Printing Tool kit consists of pliers, scraper, tweezers, digital caliper, nozzle cleaner, and an SD card with adapter. The Fusion 360 instructional course is a self-paced course conducted by HoneyPoint3D providing easy access to training videos for every feature available.

Comes with unlimited digital training sessions with a certified teacher, training and troubleshooting documents, lesson plan support, and a One Year, No Questions Asked Parts and Service Warranty for educational organizations.

 

Delivery will be scheduled to coincide with your videoconference training at your school.

 

About the NWA3D A31 3D Printer:

The NWA3D A31 is a simple and affordable printer with a very large build envelope. Its minimalistic design makes it easy to use. The NWA3D A31 features a V-Track printing system that guarantees reliable smooth prints with little calibration. The single extruder is shielded to prevent accidentally touching the hot tip and it uses a short Bowden style Mk10 extruder drive. The heated print bed features a glass plate to help provide an extremely level print surface.

You can print on the NWA3D A31 using a mini USB cable or a Micro SD card. It’s compatible with any RepRap slicing program that can export standard Gcode. The maximum build volume of the printer is 300 x 300 x 400 mm (12 x 12 x 15.75"), with a minimum Z resolution of 100 microns. The NWA3D A31 comes in a mostly preassembled format, which requires some basic assembly. Instructions on assembly are included in the user manual located on the Micro SD card.

 

NWA3D A31 specifications:

 

Printing

• Technology: FDM/FFF (Fused Deposition Modeling/Fused Filament Fabrication)
• Build Volume (LWH): 300 x 300 x 400 mm (11.8 x 11.8 x 15.7”)
• Nozzle Size: 400 microns (0.4 mm/0.015”)
• Layer Resolution: 100-300 microns
• Heated Bed: Yes
• Build Surface: Glass
• Filament Diameter: 1.75 mm (0.069”)
• Filament Compatibility: PLA, ABS, PVA, HIPS, TPU, Wood, NinjaFlex, Conductive, and more!

 

Mechanical and Electrical

• Power: AC Input 2A/110V, 50-60Hz, 250W
• Print System: V-Track
• Extruder: Single Mk-10 Bowden Style
• Maximum Temperature: 260°C (500°F)
• Firmware: Mendel Custom NWA3D Build
• Interface: Screen and Scroll Knob
• Connectivity: USB Cable, Mini SD Card
• Weight: 23kg (50.7lbs)
• Overall Size (LWH): 610 x 495 x 610 mm (24 x 19.5 x 24”)
• Construction: Aluminum, Stamped Steel, Injection Molded Plastic, 3D Printed PLA

 

Software

• Slicing: Cura, Repetier Host
• File Type: STL, OBJ
• Compatible Operating Systems: Windows 7+, Linux, Mac OS X

 

Included with Purchase

• 3 NWA3D A31 3D Printer with 90 Day Limited Warranty (One Year No Questions Asked Warranty for Educational Institutions) and Lifetime Support by NWA3D
• NWA3D Custom LokBuild Print Surface
• NWA3D Firmware Upgrade
• Detailed, easy-to-understand user manual written by NWA3D
• Power Cord
• USB Cord
• Spare Parts
• Micro SD Card with USB Reader
• Custom Build Plate with LokBuild Print Surface
• Cura Slicing Software
• Test Print Files
• 3D Printing Tool Bag

 

One Year HoneyPoint3D Fusion 360 Online Course

 

Autodesk Fusion 360 is a “solid modeling” tool, and offers tremendous capabilities to those who know how to use it. This is an online, self-paced course by HoneyPoint3D that has over 15 hours of instruction, including a thorough reference section that gives short videos on every feature inside of Fusion 360. Get stuck on how to use the Revolve tool?...look it up in the reference sections and get back on your way! Want to learn strategies for how to approach design in Fusion 360 in the first place, we’ve got that too!

The product comes as an activation link that will be sent to you via email to give you full access to the course material for one year.

 

Class Curriculum

 

Introduction to Fusion 360 (5 sections)

How to navigate the course (1 section)

Fusion 360 Framework - How it works (4 sections)

Understanding the Fusion 360 environment (11 sections)

Targeted Video Collection (7 sections)

Planning your Design (10 sections)

Sculpting something easy: Water Decanter (6 sections)

Introduction to Surface Modeling (8 sections)

Introduction to Sketching - Raspberry Pi Case (18 sections)

Fusion 360 and Meshes, an Expanding World (9 sections)

Model - Create (19 sections)

Reference: Model - Modify (19 sections)

Model - Sketch (25 sections)

Model - Construct (18 sections)

Model - Inspect (8 sections)

Model - Insert (6 sections)

Model - Make (2 sections)

Model - Add-Ins (3 sections)

Model - Select (2 sections)

Patch - Create (3 sections)

Patch - Modify (4 sections)

Model - Assemble (6 sections)

Simulation (1 section)

 

Included Filament

 

Push Plastic PLA Filament (x 5)

 

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a thermoplastic made from organic sugars. PLA is the most commonly used 3D printing media and best for a classroom environment.

 

Push Plastic High Heat PLA Filament (x 4)

 

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a thermoplastic made from organic sugars. PLA is the most commonly used 3D printing media and best for a classroom environment.

Printed parts made from High Heat PLA can be heat treated, which can obtain properties that exceed ABS. To achieve a heat treat on a printed part, submerge in water (or bake in oven) at 200F for up to 30 minutes.

 

Push Plastic Flexible TPU (x 4)

 

Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) is a thermoplastic made from flexible elastomers. The finished prints are flexible and impact resistant.

 

Push Plastic PETG (x 7)

 

Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol Comonomer (PETG) is a thermoplastic commonly used for injection modeled food and liquid containers. The finished prints are very clear, able to withstand heat, and impact resistant.

 

Push Plastic Carbon Fiber PETG (x 4)

 

Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol Comonomer (PETG) is a thermoplastic commonly used for injection modeled food and liquid containers. The finished prints are very clear, able to withstand heat, and impact resistant.

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