With the new board you can easily upgrade your existing 3D printer with help of NanoDLP or make new 3D printers. It is easy to use and help you use many advanced NanoDLP features.
It is a masking screen (Monochrome) which nowadays has been widely used in the resin printing industry. But why? Printer Frankly, there are dozens of reasons which are appurtenant to the printer itself. By using Monochrome LCD screens, a printer can use much less energy than the normal RGB ones although there is no need […]
Changes and new features on this release includes: New auto-support algorithm Handle to hide/show left tools Optimize signal emission to update guide helper arrows Highlight on hover Various UI fixes like positions Fix UI input at launch Fix Lowest density Fine tuning auto-support To download it use visit NanoSupport Download page.
If you do not want to waste your time printing the same object over and over again to get perfect print, try this new feature which available on the latest beta. Using the new feature you can choose multiple cure times for the same object during plate upload and with single print you can get […]
It is a technique to smooth those lines which look like the stair steps. Applying this effect will attenuate the lineament of jaggies. What is/are the reason(s) to use it? Jagged edges occur due to undersampling. The cause of undersampling is because of having low resolution of the printer or loss of information in the […]
They reduce or expand the volume of an object by scaling the coordinates. Why use Erode and Dilate? Sometimes when printing without a raft, you may notice about the elephant’s foot, which means the first layer is slightly larger than the rest due to higher cure time. While printing objects for practical applications, it can […]
It is defined to fix the barrel factor which is caused by a DLP projector lens. What is/are the reason(s) to use it? By modifying the number, you can fix the lens distortion. You can find more about the lens distortion here.
Pixel Dimming ensure the highest print quality along with an easy setup experience. This feature would have following effects by dimming the pixels: Prevents over-cure Preserves details Makes it possible to use one profile/cure time for different pieces with different thicknesses Increases the PDMS life time What is/are the reason(s) to use it? Pixel Dimming […]