Please look up between the “About me” and “Other 3D printers” pages – There it is. It’s a new section “GALLERY”.
Hope you like it.
dude, good work, are you planning on publishing build guides for your machine? … in addition, i was thinking, have you thought about putting a reflective white coating behind the build plate (the glass). I was thinking, since you’re using light to cure resin, if you have a bright reflective to bounce the light back at the item you’re creating you might be able to decrease dry time and in essence speed up printing… tell me what you think.
Hi Asa, I would stay away from any reflective surface as the reflections may blur or distort the cured object. I chose JB Weld to have behind ( dark gray ) the Glass Base to absorb light.
There is no “drying” time. Once it is printed you dunk it in Isopropyl or Aethylene Alcohol 95% and higher to wash the leftover resin.
Whoever wrote this, you know how to make a good article.