8810Re: Hi all, just a new guy on the block.
- Jul 30, 2013Thanks Peter!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "pzamov" <pzamov@...> wrote:
> Congrats on the build! Wish you further success and improvements!
> --- In email@example.com, "dlp_builder" <drs_eureka@> wrote:
> > Hello I'm just another 3D printer enthousiast.
> > I have finished my super cheap 3D DLP printer a few months ago. I put
> > some pics in my folder for you to see. My printer can be build by anyone
> > and for little money. There is lots of room for improvement and I am
> > slowly replacing cheap DIY parts by more precise printed parts (Printed
> > by my own printer)
> > The last 3 months I have been busy developing my own resin. Took me some
> > time to polish up my Poly chemical knowledge, but now I'm about
> > finished. I have put some pics from some of my prints (STL files I found
> > on Thingiverse)
> > The primary drive to develop my resin was the price of the ready
> > available resin in Europe, and the property drawbacks there are in the
> > existing resins. Main problems as you have all experienced, the sticking
> > to the glass problem in 'upside down' printers, Bad curing performance
> > with unmodified and low wattage DLP projectors. Spending some months on
> > the subject and with the help of some profs in the field I have nailed
> > most of the problems.
> > My printer uses an old E-Bay (marktplaats as we call it here) Infocus X9
> > DLP projector which has a 180Watts Bulb. I bought 2 of those in one buy
> > for 150 euro's.......
> > I have made no modifications to filters or color wheels and lenses. The
> > cure time is anywhere between 1 and 4 seconds per layer depending on the
> > resolution and color I put in the resin. So I think that is more than
> > acceptable.
> > Well as you can see I'm seriously involved in the world, nowadays known
> > as a 3D world (to my wife's regret.)
> > Hope I have introduced myself well enough and look forward to speak to
> > you soon!
> > DLP_ Builder
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