Laser Air Assist Nozzle
by zilvertail, published
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So heres my progress of the rework i'm doing on a DC-KIII or what their called. https://www.youtube.com/watch?... I've stripped everything from the laser as it came and this is what i've built as the receiving donor. I hope the transplant will be a huge succes.
Damn, replies are too far embedded, will have to reply here.Â
PWM is a hack on mine, I've just got it going through the variable resistor that normally controls power. I just have that set to the max power, then the PWM on the 5v side of the pot.
Damn, now i want it even more... Well i have a sketch of a complete rebuild of the machine on a rough draft atm. I'll utilize some slides from one of the newer rostock models, but i didn't plan on going for a controller for it before the rebuild is done. But now it seems that LAOS is ready for me :)
BTW. PWM is there pins out for it on your PSU or did you "hack" it?
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I printed with to shells just incase. Nozzle down
1. Finish printing and while still hot heat up a fitting of size 12mm-1/4" BSPT
2. Once the fitting is hot it should screw right on. The first i printed was a little to tight so i lite it up quickly and attached a preheated fitting.
3. Seal it and attach as you see fit, FIY. Some casket sealing and some strips might give you a perfect fit.
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