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Cristelia - Open Source LCD SLA resin printer [ DayLight ]
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Cristelia - Open Source LCD SLA resin printer, based on Retina 9.7" LCD screen.
Total build cost under $250.
If you like this design - please donate on my PayPal -> [email protected]
Build area: 200x150x285mm
Resolution: 0.097mm (XY) / 0.05mm (Z)
Frame was build with cheap 40x20x2 aluminium extrusions:
2x LMK12LUU bearings
TR10x2 trapezoid screw 430mm + round nut
Soon more details and files !!
Full build topic on best technical Polish board - Fabrykator.pl (in Polish only)
and official website - http://www.cristelia.pl
Electronic and Z axis test
19:08 19.07.2016 - fixed buildplate holder - now adjustable in Z axis
18:16 20.07.2016 - add upper Z axis holder STL for linears and 6200ZZ bearing
22:10 20.07.2016 - add Z coupler STL
11:12 21.07.2016 - add Z endstop holder STL
11:33 22.07.2016 - add new XYZ adjustable holder for buildplate
16:36 23.07.2016 - add VAT .dxf (plexiglass 5mm)
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