DLP Projector based printers have been gaining in popularity. Layer by layer, the DLP based 3D printer uses the light from a projector to cure photo-initiated resin. The difference between FDM 3D printer and DLP based 3D printer is most noticeable when it comes to small, highly detailed parts.
- Printing area: 100 x 76 mm x 200mm
- Accuracy: 0.1mm
- Layer thickness: 0.1mm
- Speed: 2.5cm / hour
The retail price of DLP DIY kit is NTD$88,800 (US$2952 / EUR2253/ GBP1911), including specially designed projector. The company is currently offering a promotional price NTD$68,800 (US$2287 / EUR1746/ GBP1481 - tax not included) on DLP DIY kit to anyone ordering it before end of June.
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CCC wrote at 11/2/2013 3:56:11 PM:
Having more people making these is a good thing. Don't think it matters if a copy, just get them out here :D
YoMommasLover wrote at 9/2/2013 8:53:04 PM:
Shocker! The Chinese like to copy shit. Maybe one day they will figure out how to copy Imagination!
Vigilence wrote at 8/4/2013 8:34:20 AM:
The b9 is opensource, so who cares if there is a copy running around out there. Maybe more dlp printers on the market can help bring down the resin costs the way FDM printers led to the Filastruder. I however, would like to actually see a decent case design for once, when it comes to a dlp printer. So far we have the awful 1950s industrial design the B9 has, and then printers like this which have no design whatsoever. The form1 may be inferior in every single way to the B9 Creator (at least on paper) but at least it has the best design to date. Case design is part of the overall package of the printer, it's the reason why shitty printers like the Makerbot 2 sell so well.
John wrote at 6/26/2013 8:46:33 AM:
ugh gawd... this is a blatant copy of the B9Creator printer... You even used the same projector and build area size.. *spits on you*
CornGolem wrote at 6/25/2013 6:13:12 PM:
Too bad it's all in Chinese.