Rincon Util started his Youtube channel about 5 years ago, and since then, his channel grew up to a modern, gadgets, life hack and tutorial oriented channel.
In today’s video, Ricon Util will show you the contents of 3Dsimo MultiPro package, how to use 3Dsimo MultiPro by creating 3 awesome, easy to do projects. And then, what are the capabilities of this unique 3D pen.
Let’s get to it!
First, what can you expect to receive, after ordering 3Dsimo MultiPro – have a look:
To start 3D drawing, we recommend attaching the 3D attachment first, powering up the 3Dsimo MultiPro second and choosing the temperature profile after. When the 3Dsimo MultiPro shows “ready”, it is time to insert filament of your choice and start drawing using the top-front button.
It is best to start with something easy, straight forward, to get the hang of the controls of your new pen, get to know the feeding speeds and different settings. A simple house, consisting of 4 flat walls and a roof is a good choice of a first project.
Fasten the template to the work surface, and start your project by drawing the diameter of the wall and windows first. We suggest using Medium feeding speed, as the diameter is sensitive for accuracy and there is no need to hurry. When the diameter is set, start filling out the surface. Advanced or brave users can fill up the wall with High feeding speed, as it will save you some time.
Finished texture can be a little rough, but some projects welcome it.
Next, fill out the windows, preferably with transparent filament, add some detail and here is how the result should look like:
Removal of the walls from the paper might be difficult, depending on the type of filament you draw with, but you can always use warm (not hot) water to clean off any leftover paper. The best option on avoiding paper sticking to the creation is to use 3Dsimo Drawing pad.
Creation of the roof is basically the same as the creation of the walls, start with the diameter, fill it up and then add details. This is the result:
Next up: connecting the parts together.
One of the biggest advantages of the MultiPro is the ability to connect parts using the same filament as the parts were made with. Such connection, unlike hot glue gun or a superglue, is as strong as the material used for the parts and there is no need for using anything else than the MultiPro.
After connecting the walls together, the result should look like this:
The addition of the roof is the same process as the previous step. The finished house is fairly rigid, thanks to the roof functioning as a reinforcement.
The preparation for creating the double-decker is the same, only with more arts. Prepare each part independently and connect them together, when everything is ready.
One difference in creating the robot is the use of Burning attachment, that allows you to heat up parts that would otherwise be difficult to connect by adding filament like the body-neck-head connection:
And here is the result:
Burning attachment for 3Dsimo MultiPro is a widely functional attachment, allowing not only burning into wood, leather and other, temperature-sensitive materials, but also helps with smoothening and connecting 3D printed or 3D drawn objects, thanks to the ability to set the correct temperature between 50-450°C (122 – 842°F).
Soldering attachment offers the full functionality of a soldering iron, with options of different soldering temperatures between 50-450°C (122 – 842°F), in a sleek design of 3Dsimo MultiPro.
Foam cutting attachment
Foam cutting attachment utilizes hot wire for cutting polystyrene, plastic foam, plastic objects and for removing supports from 3D printed objects. 3Dsimo MultiPro brought an upgrade of the Foam cutting in a form of angle platform, which allows cutting under a set angle.