Come visit mUVe 3D at the Detroit Maker Faire in Dearborn, Michigan on July 30-31, in the Henry Ford Museum. We’ll be stationed near the steam engines and industrial age equipment, so if you’re in the area we’d love to have you stop by. This year we’ll be showing our DLP Pro+ 3D printers as well as a few cool new techniques for using 3D printing in new ways.
MakerJuice Labs is proud to announce the immediate release of our newest product: MakerJuice WaxCast. WaxCast is a premium, direct investment casting resin designed for jewelers and engineers, professionals and hobbyists alike who are looking to get the best results from their printers. Under development for over two years, WaxCast has gone through countless iterations
It’s that time of year again and we’re definitely excited to take part in the event. The Midwest RepRap Festival in Goshen, Indiana is a great place to meet, learn, enjoy new technology, and just hang out and talk 3D printing. The event is free as it always has and we expect a larger turnout
Introducing the mUVe 3D DLP Pro and Pro+ 3D Printers, our most robust printer design yet.
We’ve overhauled the categorization and removed the version numbers from our printer lineups to give them proper names!
Today we’re happy to announce the arrival of a custom version of the nanoDLP software for mUVe 3D DLP printers. All details can be found in our new documentation, just click the link from the support menu above. nanoDLP is a huge addition to the printer landscape as it finally allows for use of our
In-place upgrade to all DLP printers, just in time for the holidays!
We created a DLP Projector Calibration Assistant that can be printed to help you in sizing and focusing your projector. We’ve included settings for 50, 75, and 100 micron!
We posted the interactive CAD PDF of the mUVe 1.5 DLP kit today. It includes the new upgrades…
They’re finally in-stock! The 80mm aluminum shutter will add a higher level of control to your prints and allow you to print with more sensitive resins. This ~2mm thick shutter is to be mounted on the servo of your choice, digital servos are best, and attached to your projector using double sided tape. With the