Hi guys, this my second attempt at 3D Hubs. Last time I had to abort the order since the printer guy told me that they cant print fine resolution. However, this time its not going to be that way. I am interested in printing a chamber for my research using VisiJetM3 clear resin which has been shown to be resistant to the chemicals I use. Do get in touch with me. attaching the STL File. Depending on cost I have other models to print too.

best,

sudheendra

University of Miami.
DBE tissue chamber 3mm thick.stl (356 KB)

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Hi Sudheendra, thanks for not losing faith in us :slight_smile: We do have several hubs printing with various types of Visijet resin: @LayerMade_1 @3DStudio @3DChimera @evok3d - guys, would you be able to help with this print?

Hi, We’d be happy to give it a go, however we currently have M3 Black loaded in the machine and there is a fairly substantial chaneg over fee. I found that @3DVIX has the same machine (3500 HDMax) and being in the Miami area will probably be faster and more economical. Hope that helps. Regards evok3d

Hi @sudhee26

I think it’s possible to print it in Colorfabb XT transparent, but you need to check this ( XT datasheet) http://colorfabb.com/Materials/ for the chemicals resistance. @ColorFabb

We have a oBjet eden260 which can print in a clear biocompatible material. If that is something, order your print her

Material info:

Bio-compatible PolyJet photopolymer (MED610) is a rigid medical rapid prototyping material. It features high dimensional stability and colorless transparency. The material is ideal for applications requiring prolonged skin contact of more than 30 days and short-term mucosal-membrane contact of up to 24 hours. Bio-compatible material has five medical approvals including cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed type hypersensitivity, irritation and USP plastic class VI. (Biological testing: Parts printed according to Objet MED610 Use and Maintenance Terms were evaluated for biocompatibility in accordance with standard DIN EN ISO 10993-1: 2009, Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices-Part 1: Evaluation and testing within a risk management process. This addresses cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, delayed hypersensitivity, and USP plastic Class VI, which includes the test for irritation, acute systemic toxicity and implantation.) - See more at: http://www.stratasys.com/materials/polyjet/bio-compatible#sthash.nCC8HXI8.dpuf

Hi Sudheendra, Yes we can print this this. Please let us know the final dimensions of this print. I am guessing 30.5mm x 29mm x 5.5mm.

if that is correct this job would cost $164.23

please let us know if you would like to proceed.

thank you,

3dchimera

PS. I am a UM Alum 2005. Go Canes!

Thanks Gaby.

Hey Thanks a lot. I will put this offer in front of my mentor. But I am also willing to pay from my pocket to get this. will contact you on Thursday/Friday.

Thanks for the info. Actually the chemical I am using is DBE and it is known to dissolve pretty much anything, chelates dyes out of inks etc. If you want to check out biocompatibility of some materials you are using with DBE, do get in touch with us.

Best,

sudheendra.

Yeah, Miami area is ideal. If I remember correctly I had to cancel an order at @3DVIX last time since owner suggested that print might not be fine. The design needed close padding.

Thanks for the info.

best,

sudheendra.

No worries. Hope it works out!

Hi,

can you please send an invoice to

sudhee26@med.miami.edu

The desired Chamber attached

Best

sudheendra.
DBE tissue chamber 5mm thick.stl (244 KB)

HI Gaby, Can you please help me get a few quotes from out of miami 3D printers for the following model? I have asked Miami 3D chimera to provide one.

material: Visijet M3 Clear Resin.

Design: File Attached.

best,

sudheendra.
DBE tissue chamber 5mm thick_0.stl (244 KB)

Hi Sudheendra,

I am actually also interested in getting the DBE tissue chamber printed. Were you able to successfully get yours printed? If so, do you have any recommendations as to where to get it printed?

Thanks!

Shannon

Hello, I know this is an old post but I’m new on 3d hubs and thought I would chime in, in case you still needed help. I do not print in resin however I do print in some other materials that might serve your purpose. Taulman 910 (http://taulman3d.com/910-features.html) which is very strong and a wide variety of chemical resistance. If that doesn’t work, there is a brand new filament I just started experimenting with INDMATEC PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone). Info: http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150322-revolutionary-peek-filament-now-compatible-with-fdm-3d-printers.html Your model should print without much difficulty and I can print fine detail (50micron) if needed. If you have any questions let me know. https://www.3dhubs.com/miami/hubs/mindfull
-Jesse

Thanks, its a late reply too!

but https://sites.google.com/site/321soldersucker/random-ramblings/taulman3dalloy910-afterseveralrolls page says that they used THF to glue Taulman910, meaning that it is not good for THF and therefore wont be good for DBE.

Hi,

I’m also trying to print the chamber for research purposes.
I had to cancel my order due to the unavailability of this material, too.
We are trying this with 3D Hubs because it is recommended on the specific protocol called iDISCO.

Can anybody get me to the right facility that can print this chamber in VisiJetM3 Clear Resin?
Can evok3d do this? Please give me a contact info. I’m in Maryland, Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Best,
Mayumi

Hi all,

I am in the same boat as Mayumi. I want to print some small micrscope slide chambers for iDISCO in the M3 crystal resin, but my order a month ago was cancelled due to not finding any suppliers. Does anyone have this material in their printers now?

Mayumi, I’m at the NIH in Bethesda, MD so if you find a local solution to this let me know, and I will do the same!

Thanks,
Dennis

Hi Dennis,

Oh, we’re neighbors! Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any solutions on this 3D printing though I tried some other services. I’m actually putting my whole mount tissues on the glass bottom cell culture dishes with small amount of DBE at the bottom and scanning it using the Zeiss confocal microscopes. That works!

Best wishes,
Mayumi

Hi Dennis,

Polypropylene (PP) must be resistant to DBE though it’s not recommended in the protocol.
I’m trying this online 3D printing service to print it in PP.
https://i.materialise.com

Best,
Mayumi