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i'm not at all good at it, but i tried to make a schematic of this circuit. maybe someone will find it useful.
yeah, i had to enable the LCD in firmware. it's all in the video.
you'd probably only need to make the steel rods longer, and the build plate bigger.
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take a look at this: it's the tutorial i used when setting up an LCD for my main printer.
looks like a nice little printer, but i don't think SLA is something for me, the material is way too expensive.
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a forge isn't designed to melt metal, only to heat it until it becomes soft and easy to shape. also the cement is a decent insulator, so the metal part doesn't even get above ~500 °C. so as long as it isn't made of or tin or something, it should be fine.
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