If you fancy a challenge this weekend why not try making your very own High Resolution DLP 3D Printer. The one picture below is a homemade 3D printer created by Junior Veloso, of Singapore that can produce some very impressive results.
It use the photopolymer-based 3D printer method to create its objects by scanning UV laser over the liquid resin to cure it, one layer at a time.
Junior Veloso plan was to build a chemical 3d printer similar to this one on YouTube using visible light and DLP chip to cure visible light resin.
The final 3D printer created the object below. For more information visit Junior Veloso website. Fantastic job its inspired me to try and make very own 3D printer.
– Over 5 hours to print…
– Layer thickness 0.1 mm
– Curing time 8s
– around 650 layers
– Result is very hard plastic
– Object is halo, wall thickness 2mm
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