Oct.26, 2013

Josef Prusa writes, "if you have a printer with moving print bed, your normal timelapse videos would have the printed object blurred from moving around. But if you put a camera on another axis synced with the printbed movement, you will have perfect image."

 

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Ben wrote at 10/30/2013 7:15:18 PM:

@CornGolem Lol! that is exactly what I was thinking! This solution is ridiculously over engineered.

Jdhfuen wrote at 10/27/2013 8:13:36 AM:

Really a simple solution. :p

Jd90 wrote at 10/27/2013 4:14:53 AM:

Or, we can design a machine that doesn't constantly move the bed as the Y axis. I think it looks dumb and causes problems in excess of the cost savings.

FreeD wrote at 10/26/2013 4:11:38 PM:

by the way, you can trigger your camera from your printers controller board. marlin firmware has even prepared a command line for that you just have to un-comment, and assign to a pin on your arduino

FreeD wrote at 10/26/2013 4:09:14 PM:

"things only josef prusa would do." if josef prusa would familiarize himself a little bit more with photography, he would know that increasing the shutter speed, and using a flash, plus triggering the camera only when the bed is crossing the Y-center would be a cheaper and less complicated way to get blur free time lapse images

CornGolem wrote at 10/26/2013 3:45:50 PM:

Attaching an HD webcam to the bed, THIS, is simple.



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