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Jellybox improvement based on 2. Extraction
open-source 3-D printing community's ability to innovate. Previous work on an algorithm protected 3-D printing materials. This page is part of a Open Source 3-D Printing class project to investigate 3-D printing concepts using TRIZ and is presented here as a defensive publication of prior art to help identify obvious 'inventions' for 3-D printing.
Examiners: The ideas on this page dated April 2017 were developed by university students with less than a semester of formal 3-D printing experience (or by an instructor in class) and thus should be considered unpatentable because of obviousness to any person skilled in the art of additive manufacturing.
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- Extraction (getting prints off the bed with a tiny blue boxing hand glove)
- Claw machine (grab the print)
- Coin operated 3D printer with a claw
- Using my left hand on Wednesdays #LeftHandWednesday, start a community on social media
- Electro-magnetic attachment to the plate, easier to take off
- Uber for removing 3D prints
- Heating bed to loosen up the connection
- Heated gloves
- Heated knife
- Blades on the bed (fruit ninja that thing outta there)
- Flame thrower (melt the printer off of the bed)
- Cremation Station
- Lasso that thing out
- Built lasso to loosen up tension
- Piano falls on the print right after it's done
- Shake it until it comes out. With sounds of frustration
- Motor of chaos
- Portal gun, teleport the print to your room.
- "give it the boot"
- Give it two boots
- Three boots
- Start an Instagram community by having a robot slice the prints right after they're done. Make a lot of money and invest in Jellybox development.
- Printer oven, warm up for better extrusion
- Make a ready oven sound when the print's done so that you hear it from distance.
- Iphone notification when the print's done.
1. Easier over-the-air printing. User would be able to access their printer wirelessly. This would include print status, starting prints, stopping prints, queuing prints, temperature, timer, and notifications. Future features could include remaining filament status, belt tension notifications. 2. To overcome the problem of adding extra expense to the Jellybox, there are lower quality, less expensive options for Wi-Fi modules and casings from China. Also, this feature is not necessary for the functionality of the printer, and therefore may require the user to absorb the expense.