LCD 3D Printer Daylight Resins

Introduction: LCD 3D Printer Daylight Resins

LCD 3D Printer V4

My version of the printer with LCD screen and Daylight Resins.

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How it is built:

Step 2:

How prints:

Step 3:

What can do:

Step 4:

Hardware:

- Raspberry PI 3

- LCD 5 inch 800x480 HDMI

- Drivers A4988 (Microstep=4)

- Stepper+threaded rod

- Matrix LED + controller (http://www.tme.eu/ro/details/osb56lze31d/led-uri-tht-super-flux/optosupply/)

- power supply 5v 12V

- two metal rods - magnets (HDD)

- Endstop

Software:

- NanoDLP

- mode Movement GPIOs Parameters:

- x/y 0.135mm

- Layer Thickness = 0.025mm

- Cure Time = 2 seconds - Lift 2mm

- Daylight Resins (http://photocentric3d.com/)

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    6 Discussions

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    DavidGIM
    DavidGIM

    6 months ago

    hello IonelC3 thank you for your post, I was wondering if you would be able to post some more detail, I don't know if English is your first language, if it is not please add notes in your language and we can translate it.

    Thank you !

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    Juan C Walls
    Juan C Walls

    11 months ago

    Great machine but worst instructable ever!
    This site is called Instructables but you only show us the machine you made, what it can do but don't show us how to build it, just a shopping list and no instructions at all.
    Please, add a proper instructable on how to build and program this machine.

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    DavidGIM
    DavidGIM

    Reply 6 months ago

    Hi Juan, maybe we can put it together gathering all the info in the site I know it does not explain it well there is no real instructions but I think for this case we have to be a bit more resourceful and experiment as the person who made the printer may not feel comfortable with their english.

    It may be good if he posts in his language and we just translate, but there seems to be ways arround

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    wjtarr
    wjtarr

    3 years ago

    Do you have any other info on the build or video of it working.

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    NandoP2
    NandoP2

    3 years ago

    could be possible use a biger monitor??

    1
    Swansong
    Swansong

    3 years ago

    That's neat :)