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Tablet Mount – Coming Next Week

We know there are a fair number of you out there that want to run your DLP printers without having to leave your laptop or PC sitting in the office as a dedicated 3D printer computer. It’s a little known fact that there are actually some modestly priced tablets that one can purchase right now for under $100 that are completely capable of taking the place of your computer! One particular tablet we’ve been using as of late is the Winbook TW700. It features a quad-core processor, full size USB and separate charge micro USB, MicroSD slot, Wifi, and HDMI out via a micro HDMI port. It is based on Windows 8.1 and will happily run Creation Workshop without much of any loss in processing speed.

FlexVat – The Grand Arrival

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we’re days away from releasing an all-new flexible bottom reservoir. Gone will be the days of constantly replacing your printer’s non-stick reservoir coating. Now you’ll be able to get dozens, if not hundreds of prints before needing to worry about replacing any part of the reservoir.

DLP Printer Configuration Tips

We’ve added a new page to our site that we’re going to be adding to on a regular basis. The new page focuses on more complex techniques that can be used to improve print quality, either directly in the part output, or by making difficult to print parts a bit easier. Use the link below, or the link on our software page to find our current tutorial. On the software page it can be found with the slicing profiles for the DLP printer. DLP Printer Advanced Configuration Techniques   Coming soon, Laser System Config Techniques. Mostly dealing with the 150mW laser and PPM laser control.

DLP 1.1 Build, Interactive Help Is Here!

With the addition of Autodesk Inventor into our software resources we’ve been hard at work creating a CAD assembly of the entire machine. From that software we can generate parts lists as well as do nice things like export 3D PDF documents that you can actually zoom, rotate, pan, make parts visible and invisible, and even MEASURE PART LENGTHS! Right from your Adobe Acrobat Reader Software! Just look at the screenshot below! Every part is listed in the “Model Tree” menu on the left, there you can turn on and off individual parts or make them stand out by selecting them. If you’re unsure of the length of an extrusion during the build, just grab the measurement tool. You can measure parts from end to

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