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And yet another (couple of) DIY printer(s) [message #38702] Wed, 16 November 2011 21:00 UTC Go to next message
avatar stannum  is currently offline stannum
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Another DIY printer, with liquid material and light curing system
http://www.robhopeless.com/2011/11/laser-3d-printer-stereoli thography-at.html

Dizingof will be happy, it mentions the resins (in the Instructables BoM). Still no cheap materials.

And linked there, a second project, this one still in build phase:
http://3dlprint.com/
Re: And yet another (couple of) DIY printer(s) [message #39914 is a reply to message #38702 ] Wed, 07 December 2011 10:42 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It is not in the Building phase. It is past that into the testing phase.

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Re: And yet another (couple of) DIY printer(s) [message #39917 is a reply to message #38702 ] Wed, 07 December 2011 12:13 UTC Go to previous message
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stannum wrote on Wed, 16 November 2011 21:00

Another DIY printer, with liquid material and light curing system
http://www.robhopeless.com/2011/11/laser-3d-printer-stereoli thography-at.html

Dizingof will be happy, it mentions the resins (in the Instructables BoM). Still no cheap materials.

And linked there, a second project, this one still in build phase:
http://3dlprint.com/


Wink

I actually gave him some pointers on some manufactures of low cost , low viscosity UV curing resins i tested, on that instructables page - hopefully he'll test them on his prototype.

It will take some time before we can see a DIY, resin-based 3d printer kits..
Another developer is rumored to have gone closed-source on his very anticipated 3d printer and thats too bad.
http://3dhomemade.blogspot.com/


Until then i ordered the HuxelyPro which has extremely convincing 0.1mm layer height and according to NetFabb - makers of a commercial software for these printers they can make these reprap models go even 40 or 20 micron (!) resolution... - demo of such quality can be seen on thingverse.com






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