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NEWS Christmas3D Printing

Buy 3D Printer, Get Christmas Kit for Free

DFRobot Dec 10 2015 487

 

All 3D Printers 20% Off between now and Christmas OverLord is the first 3D Printer that combines the simplicity of using, the beauty of design and the uncompromising performance as a consumer desktop 3D Printer.
With OverLord, you can bring your ideas to life, make products, create toys, shape your designs, start a business, educate kids, host workshops and unleash unlimited possibilities. 
The Christmas kit is developed that combines 3D Printing and electronics. This would be a free gift for those who order 3D Printer betweem now and Christmas.

This kit would include: 

How to build this Xmas tree decorated with colorful lights twinkling with music?Let's start assembling! 

You gotta have this Xmas tree first!
We built this tree in a 3D modeling software and made it real through 3D printing.  
If you feel lazy to build one, just use our STL model file, import it into Cura, save the exported GCODE file onto SD card and let the OverLord 3D printer build it for you.  
Import those models into Cure in a sequence and set printing parameters such as Printing Temperature, Fill Density, Print Speed, etc., then export GCODE files.

  
Save exported GCODE files onto the SD card and insert it into the OverLord 3D printer SD card slot, then we are good to start printing! (Read “OverLord 3D Printer User Manual” for detailed instruction)
When it finishes printing, don’t assemble the parts yet! We need to build the twinkling part first.
You may need to look at the schematic diagram below for reference.  
Build up the electric part and test with music before assembling it onto the tree.

If electric part goes smoothly, we should then build it onto the tree. Here is the procedure:

1. Lead the RGB LED light strip through holes in between layers
2. Use M3*8 self trapping screws to tighten the Sound  Cable splitter module with the Analog Sound Sensor module.
3. Fix the main board to the mount using self-locking nylon wrap.
4. Connect the circuit based on the schematic diagram.
5. Spin to fix the trunk part on the mount.
6. Lastly, put those leaves onto the tree. 
   
Now, it's done! Turn off  all the lights and watch our Xmas tree shake with music!

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