We are pleased to announce new developments: a comprehensive schematic diagram, increased PCB capabilities, and optimized firmware. Read the full update.
In this update, with great joy, we want to inform our backers that a new version of the Lite3DP Converter application for Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) and an online version of the open source SLAcer are now available. Read the full update for details and links! Read the full update.
There is just one week left in the campaign! First of all, I want to thank you very much for your support. I am very happy about the reception of the campaign, and I hope that the kits that will be delivered fulfill all your expectations. In this update we show the manufacture of a keychain based on an image with the text “Thank you!”. Lite3DP allows the possibility of “hacking” the sections that we print (unlike most current MSLA 3D printers, which use a print file without modification possibilities). Click through to the full update for details and a tutorial video. Read the full update.
In this update we are happily releasing the open source 3D-printable accessory parts pack. It consists of six pieces: two models of bases, three models of covers and support for the Nema 8 upgrade. Download link is at the end of the full update. Read the full update.
In this update we wanted to show you the Lite3DP complete workflow in real time, from the STL model to the start of printing. Fast and easy. Click through to the update for the full video. Enjoy! Read the full update.
From the moment I read about the existence of 3D printers, especially around the RepRap Project, I felt an immense and immediate attraction to 3D printing: machines that you could build yourself and customize, low cost and that automatically manufacture parts to build other machines… it was a dream come true. Here's a brief history of how I came to design the Lite3DP S1. Read the full update for more. Read the full update.
Here are a few answers to some recent commonly asked questions about the Lite3DP including "How can I customize the Lite3DP?", "Are all plastic parts FDM printable?", "Is there a way to check the progress during 3D printing?" and many more. Read the full update.
The Lite3DP campaign is now live! You can go with a full kit, a PIY (Print Your Own) Kit, and even extra trays. Perhaps all three? This campaign is looking very popular, so make sure to get in there early and secure your very own open source micro MSLA 3D printer. Read the full update.