A Strategy for Obtaining Great Prints

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Re: A Strategy for Obtaining Great Prints

Post by mhackney » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:37 am

Thanks Glen. Stay tuned for my upcoming book that takes off where this leaves off.

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Michael
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Re: A Strategy for Obtaining Great Prints

Post by robotech » Mon Sep 30, 2019 1:58 pm

I wish I had found this strategy guide a month ago, when I started working with the TAZ 6 aerostuder head .
I hope to gain the necessary experience to be proficient in creating what the engineers here need in the variety of materials they want.
Thanks for your time in creating the is guide! I'll pass it to the other users here.

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A Strategy for Obtaining Great Prints

Post by Tonyaduh » Tue Oct 15, 2019 6:35 pm

hey Guys,
planning of my DLP Printer is getting into the hot phase. minor adjustmemts and CNC cutting the parts is basically all that is left to do. to save space in the height, I decided to moumt the Projector Horizontally and redirect the light path to the VAT....
Now I stumbled across the first-front- surface mirrors - but is there actually a need to prefer one of those over a regular one?

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