Lite3DP 3D Printer

by Lite3DP

An Arduino-based, open source MSLA / LCD-SLA resin micro 3D printer kit

View all updates Nov 19, 2020

We Are Live!

by Alfredo Bonini

The Lite3DP campaign is now live! Lite3DP S1 is a micro 3D printer with MSLA technology, the first of its kind based entirely on Arduino, open source and provided in an easy-to-assemble kit format. It was conceived as an experimental machine with the aim that its users achieve a deep and complete understanding of its operation. It stands out for its simplicity, the absence of noise and being small and lightweight.

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.

About the Author

Alfredo Bonini


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$89

Complete Kit

All the parts you need to build a Lite3DP. MicroSD card and 405 nm resin not included.


$65

Essentials Kit

This kit is for those who like to get their hands dirty. It includes an assembled PCB (without Arduino and stepper driver), a laser-cut aluminum plate set, and a complete tray. You will need to print the plastic parts (except for the tray), buy some standard components, upload the Arduino firmware, etc.


$14

Extra Tray

One tray, ready to be assembled - includes: an injected plastic tray, steel frame, 4 screws, and FEP film. A second tray is great to have if you want to keep different resins separate for cleaning purposes.

Credits

Lite3DP

Alfredo Bonini, Argentine mechanical engineer, 32 years old, great 3d printing enthusiast.


Alfredo Bonini

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