8954RE: Re: [diy_3d_printing_and_fabrication] RE: RE: RE: RE: Highest DIY XY resolution ?
- Oct 14, 2013
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---In email@example.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Do you mean this one: http://wot.lv/scanning-laser-projector.html ?
I did it, but I didn't like the results. It was done on ARM MCU development
board from TI- Stellaris (now Tiva) Launchpad.
Main problem was- how to detect start of the line condition reliably. I tried to use
ordinary LED (with peak emission wavelength a bit above what I wanted to
detect), which generates tiny current when hit by laser. Projected pattern
shifted back and forth- it never stayed at exactly the same place.
One of our hackerspace members suggested to try an old "canned" transistor,
with the metal top removed- but I don't think he actually tried it (and
I didn't like that approach, as it is really specific part, which I think is
readily available only in post-USSR countries).
On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 08:49:15PM -0500, Jon Elson wrote:
> pzamov@... wrote:
> > I doubt there is a patent ( it is TM - trade Mark as 3SP ) - as we
> > have discussed a laser scanning unit and the Octa/Penta/Hexa/Hepta
> > sided mirror scanning the full A4 page in seconds. It is extendible (
> > just add rails ) and there is no acceleration/deceleration. I think we
> > were talking about the same thing - putting a laser printer scanner
> > unit on linear slide rails. As there are printers with 30+ pages per
> > minute - equates to 30 layers per minute @25 micron = 45mm per hour
> > that is WOW.
> Yup, I'd love to see this scheme work, and it really shouldn't be that
> mechanically. But, it probably takes an FPGA to transmit the bit stream
> to the laser in sync with the mirror. There was a blog on a DIY PCB
> site about a machine using this scheme to expose PCB resist directly
> with a UV laser. I think he did it using the DMA hardware on a
> Beagle Board, Rasberry Pi or maybe even an Arduino. So, it may
> be that one of the system on a chip boards could do it with minimal
> additional hardware.
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