Introduction: UV Two-sided Exposure Box

Hi There!

This is my first post :)

On this site I saw a few projects UV Exposure Box, and decided to make my choice ... I decided to share with you :)

I wanted to have a two-sided exposure box. I used MDF 12mm and cast acrylic 3mm to prepare the body

Also I have prepared PCB, Proteus 8 with professional help, share all the required filters and information needed to prepare.

Then I'm going to add Fan Air Heater Temperature Heaters to dry

Step 1: PCB UV Timer Creation and Parts:

PCB has developed, Proteus 8 professional help because everyone can not have this program, share PDF files as well as original files Proteus 8

TIMER pcb parts:

arduino nano (1)

relay 12v (2)

buzzer (1)

CONNECT PIN5 2.54(1) for ENCODER modul arduino

CONNECT PIN3 2.54 (1) for buzzer


led 3mm (inticator) (3)

transistor Power MOSFET IRFZ44E (1)

transistor 5V 1.5A Linear Voltage Regulator 7805 (1)

pcb potentiometer 10K (1)

Ceramic Capacitors 0.1uf (4)

resistor 10K (3)

resistor 300 (3)

resistor 22k (1)

resistor 680 (1)

resistor 100 (1)

Step 2: PCB for UV LED Board

I decided to prepare the UV LED board in four parts of size 15X20 cm,

Because it was possible to produce different size UV Exposure Box The distribution of the boards in my case, the pairs are above and the pair below, the total size of 20x30 cm ... A4 format

It's also easier to make this size than 20x30cm

LED board parts: (board 15X20 CM) You need 4 pieces

resistor 91 (36)X4

UV LED 3.2-3.6V 20mA 395nm - 400nm 5mm (108)x4

Total: resistor 144 pieces and LED UV 432 pieces

Step 3: Body Creation and Parts:

Apply the material to the MDF 12 mm, the size of which is given below, click on the cnc machine, if you have a CNC, I can share files for cnc svg format or CorelDRAW

Body parts:

material MDF 12mm

Dimensions and drawings can be viewed in PDF format "Dimensions and drawings"

4 pieces 180mm Metal Full Extension Ball Bearing Drawer Slides Smooth Runners (The pair must merge, because the tray is open completely)

Step 4: Control Panel Creation and Parts:

control panel Made cast cast acrylic 3mm,

control panel placed: LCD screen, ENCODER modul arduino time control, inclusion keys, controlled upper and lower leds ... Also relay Led lighting Added 110-220v relay, for instance if you use 110-220v lamps, which are also controlled by ...

One of the output signals for RELAY, which can be accessed by Reale Fan Air Heater Temperature Heaters to dry

Step 5: Finish

The final look

If you are interested and you have the idea to be better, please share it :)


nearboston (author)2017-09-12

May I ask what this is used for?

GiorgiQ (author)nearboston2017-09-12

his is PCB preparation. Specifically, the Photoresist Anti-etching UV Exposure

RobR51 (author)2017-09-11

Really well done. Like this design better than most others have seen.

PU1PBE (author)2017-09-10

Congratulations. Excellent project.

Do you have a better image for the sizes of MDF pices on step 3 (or the file)? It is illegible.

I'll try to build it, but I'm thinking in using UV led tape. What's your opinion?

GiorgiQ (author)PU1PBE2017-09-10


Measurements and drawings are viewed in this file PDF "Dimensions and drawings". See Step 3: Body Creation and Parts

As for UV led tape, why not ...

I'll be glad if you can arrange my project!

Maybe you can improve

nqtronix (author)2017-09-10

Wow, this looks so professional, I wouldn't even consider that is is selfmade! Great project and welcome to instructables :)

blitzfike (author)2017-09-10

What LED did you use? What is the wavelength of the UV light? Very well done instructable.. Thanks

GiorgiQ (author)blitzfike2017-09-10

UV LED 3.2-3.6V 20mA 395nm - 400nm 5mm

Joebarteam (author)2017-09-09

I recently made an Instructable about how to make a PCB and I am very interested in how did you make mask on your PCB. Which technique did you use ?

Very good project ;)

GiorgiQ (author)Joebarteam2017-09-09

Photoresist I brought to the surface Silk screen printing method, I used Silk Screen Printing Mesh T120, but I thought it would be better to have T 80 ...

Joebarteam (author)GiorgiQ2017-09-09

Thank you !

Dui ni shuo de dui (author)2017-09-08

Very interesting project and very clean build, thanks for sharing!

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2017-09-08

Cool. I wish that we had one of these at our makerspace.

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