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3D Printer DLP Printing with UV resin…

December 24th, 2011

What can I say? The title pretty much gave it away…

It’s an early Christmas Present…

Questions will be partially answered after 27th and fully after New Years!

  1. Daniel K.
    December 28th, 2011 at 07:23 | #1

    I am looking forward to seeing the full write-up. I would also like to see the after curing properties.

    Otherwise, keep up the goodwork.

    • Printer
      December 29th, 2011 at 22:28 | #2

      Hi Daniel, check the YouTube Channel Sidebar in the next few days… ;-). I’ll be uploading a short video.

  2. joachim
    December 29th, 2011 at 19:01 | #3


    congratulations !!!

    I have tried buidling a printer, too but not with that success.


  3. Robert
    January 3rd, 2012 at 11:44 | #4

    I have been following the developments in 3d printing for a couple of years now.

    I own the following domains. The figures after the domain names are exact Google Search results recorded one week ago.

    I will sell, make me an offer.

    3-printer.com 812,000,000
    3-printing.com 845,000,000
    3d.tel 3,010,000,000
    3dAttire.com 21,500
    3dCadPro.com 379,000
    3dCrypt.com 1,150
    3d-d.de 2,550,000,000
    3d-de.com 2,010,000,000
    3dDishes.com 2,940
    3dDrucker.com.de 273,000
    3d-Drucker.com.de 16,900,000
    3dEncryption.com 2,240
    3dGlassPrinter.com 14,900
    3dJewelryDesign.net 14,200
    3dJewelryPrinter.com 191
    3dKeepsake.com 47,000
    3dMechanic.com 24,000
    3dMedical.ca 1,170,000
    3dObjex.com 6,640,000
    3dPhysical.com 46,100
    3dPrint3r.com 105
    3dPrinter.so 121,000
    3dPrinters.tel 5,920,000
    3dPrintsupplies.net 1,270
    3dPrinting.tel 3,510,000
    3dPrintManufacturing.com 1,060
    3dPrototype.net 35,500
    3dSavvy.com 884
    3dScanPrint.com 997
    3dSigner.com 107,000
    3dSvelte.com 114
    3DTeleporting.com 95
    3DVertical.com 272,000
    3dZeichen.com 2,090
    Crypt3d.com 35,100
    Cognitive3D 1,550
    D3Printer.com 27,300
    H3dP.com (holographic 3d Printer) 565,000
    iCad3d.com 424
    Infiltrant.com 659,000
    Jewelry3dPrinter.com 149
    Jewelry3dPrinting.com 134
    MakerMint.com 1,930
    Manufacturing3d.com 271,000
    M3dP.com (my3dPrinter) 697,000
    Metal3dPrinter.com 10,300
    Metal3dPrinting.com 15,900
    MultiMaterial3d.com 4,420
    MultiMaterial3dPrinting.com 54
    My3dPrinter.net 122,000
    My3dSystem.com 18,800
    Obscan.com 9,010
    Plastic3dPrinter.com 21,400
    PrintComponents.com 721,000
    Quebec3D.com 3,920
    Savvy3d.com 1,470
    Svelte3d.com 5,870
    Talk3dPrinting.com 2,550
    The3dPrinter.com 1,740,000 (701,000)
    The3dPrinters.net 313,000
    The3dScanner.com 258,000
    UvEpoxy.com 14,600,000

    thank you

    • Printer
      January 6th, 2012 at 00:27 | #5

      Great! I’ll give you $20 bucks for all of them! Deal?

  4. January 13th, 2012 at 16:20 | #6

    I spend some time this morning going through all the pages ,You did a great job ,I would like to put a link on Chemshapes if you dont mind.

    • Printer
      January 17th, 2012 at 17:13 | #7

      Hi TJ, I do not mind. You can share it anywhere you like.
      I’ve included yours in my list of other 3D printers. Also your old blog has other projects that are interesting.


  5. Dave Cowden
    April 9th, 2012 at 01:18 | #8

    I’ d like to help with the software needed for printers like this one.

    I have been working on a decent slicer for some time. My goals are:

    (1) user has a model in STL, or, preferably, STEP.
    (2) user slices the model, producing a single file that is ready-to-print, like a PDF for 2d.
    (3) user puts the file on the machine using USB or SDCARD and prints.

    What file format would be ideal as a printing format for this type of machine? What about a zip file that contains:

    (a) a png file for each layer
    (b) a metadata file that contains layer information, etc.

    I’d love to help out! i’d like to see these printers take off. I’d also like to see the OS tools actually be decent!

  6. January 30th, 2013 at 05:39 | #9

    @Dave Cowden
    Dave, have you been able to hook up with a machine builder? I am looking at developing a uv projection style or inkjet copolymer 3d printer but have no knowledge on how to acquire the software.


  7. February 26th, 2013 at 21:02 | #10

    You should check out my new slicing and control software for 3d UV DLP printers: http://reprap.org/wiki/Creation_Workshop

    • Printer
      March 1st, 2013 at 20:00 | #11

      Thanks Steve,
      I’ll check it out. I’m not having any trouble with my current workflow, but if the slicer is better/faster than Freesteel…


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