Monthly Archives: March 2014

Old school voltage regulation for my 3d printers dlp projector. To eliminate random lines in 3d printouts.

After printing a part last week I noticed a line about a millimeter or so high running through my part that had occurred about 2/3 rd’s of the way through the print run. I sometimes have to think about what … Continue reading

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3d printer vat refresh update: Tilting vat type sla dlp projector 3d printer

I decided to replace the pdms in my 3d printers vat not because it had begun to start sticking but because it was the same ratty pdms layer that prompted me to try the pressure vat refresh method in the … Continue reading

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How I prevent failed printouts on my sla 3d printer

I have found that doing the following things have cut the number of failed prints I have when using my 3d printer to almost none. I “paint” the build plate face with resin and harden it before each print run. … Continue reading

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PDMS vat floor refresh method for DLP projector based 3d printer. Maybe, possibly, could be…

Note: see the updates at the end of this post. I had a couple of ideas about methods of refreshing my 3d printers pdms vat floor knocking around in my head for a couple of weeks and I finally decided to … Continue reading

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DLP projector SLA 3d printer. 3d print timelapse

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