443Re: Your thoughts please
- Mar 9, 2009Hi Kevin
Yes the project is kind of simular to a Z-corp with the binder applacation. But Mine doesn't use a bulk storage bin in the conventional way.
Thanks for your thoughts i'll take it into account.Hopefully I'll get some more ;)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kevin Hawkinson <khawki02@...> wrote:
> So you're using a toner cartridge to lay down powder.
> Is your project otherwise similar to a Z-Corp style printer?
> My initial reaction:
> It seems like leaving the freshly bound layer open longer would help the
> binder to dry better.
> -Kevin Hawkinson
> On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 1:13 PM, snowmackenzie <no1toolman@...> wrote:
> > Crikey it's been a bit quite here for a while!!
> > Anyway I'm getting toward the end of the design of my project of toner
> > cartrage powder transfur 3d printer (man thats a mouthfull).
> > I need some feedback ideas on the printing and powder laydown order.
> > My question is. What advantages/Disadvantages would there to be to print on
> > to the powder and lay the new layer down behind it, or lay the new layer
> > down and print onto that?
> > For those that haven't been following my project. I'm laying the powder
> > down as i'm printing so there is no need to do a 'dry run' to lay the powder
> > down first.
> > Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated no matter how small
> > Thanks Snow
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