Build Your Own SLA/SLS

?

Channel Reputation Rank

#604
?

Activity Status

Stale

last updated

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'Build Your Own SLA/SLS' channel has quite a good rank. The feed was last updated more than a year ago. In addition 'Build Your Own SLA/SLS' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses medium-length articles along with sentence constructions of the basic readability level, which is a result indicating a well-crafted news inventory on the channel.

About 'Build Your Own SLA/SLS' Channel

A forum dedicated to helping you build your own SLA/SLS-based 3d printer

? Updates History Monthly Yearly
? Content Ratio
? Average Article Length

Short articles, prevailing on the channel, can be a good choice for 'Build Your Own SLA/SLS' if they’re going to gain their audience’s sympathy with brevity. Also, there are medium-length pieces making up more than one third of all articles.

short

long

? Readability Level

'Build Your Own SLA/SLS' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are a smaller number of articles of intermediate readability.

advanced

basic

? Sentiment Analysis

Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

positive

negative

Recent News

Unfortunately Build Your Own SLA/SLS has no news yet.

But you may check out related channels listed below.

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

I usually have a gallon of IPA (and several 6 packs too) around but ran out last week. Picking some up today. I'll have today into my projector manua [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Looks like you're almost there. Still a little over - exposed. You might want to turn down the brightness of the projector itself to 50-75% so the res [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Getting closer! Now I've got the resolution good. I'm using blue MakerJuice G+ slicing .1mm layer height. Here's the latest after reducing exposures t [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Be sure to post more pictures of your prints. What resin are you printing with? If it's the blue makerjuice, then you might need a 1000ms exposure. Al [...]

LittleRP • Re: Adhesive for the light hood

Foam safe super glue should work without melting or fogging the acyrlic. Statistics: Posted by goopyplastic — Tue Feb 17, 2015 12:12 am [...]

LittleRP • Re: How To mount the P1500

I think there is some variance, all of the h6510bd's I have seen are 3mm, and p1500's are 4mm, however I have heard reports of p1500 with 3mm. Statis [...]

LittleRP • Re: ACER P1500 x/Y values

I have added some instructions for getting fine calibration values on the technical support page. Statistics: Posted by goopyplastic — Tue Feb 17, [...]

LittleRP • Re: Need help by calibration my LittleRP

This is what the build plate should look when pushed all the way down into the petri dish (viewed through the mirror). If there is an uneven amount of [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

according to the pdf, you should just be able to send '02' Statistics: Posted by PacManFan — Mon Feb 16, 2015 6:20 pm [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

I find this factory manual, with this codes IR codes, ASCII, and some examples. I don't have idea i need put on and off in creation workshop cheers! [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

CRLF means Carriage Return, Line Feed. See the following table: http://www.asciitable.com/ You can see that Carriage Return is hex 0xD and Line Feed [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

first make sure you select "projector control" in "configure machine". then click "edit commands" under projector control in the control window. thes [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

My projector was at 50% brightness. It is an Acer P1273 with the UV filter and color wheel removed. 3000 lumens, 17000:1 contrast and 1024x768 resolut [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Getting ever closer... I turned down brightness from 50% to 30% and increased the part diameter to ~30mm. I'm guessing based on what little I know th [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

You may also have an issue with light bleeding -- it causes your edges to be fuzzy, since the UV is refracting a further distance throughout your resi [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Thanks! Yes, I was considering trying red or yellow as I hear they are easier to print. Then I'll have some data to compare. cheers, Michael Statist [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

Wow thx man!! Statistics: Posted by vonhellsing — Tue Feb 17, 2015 5:57 am [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

neurofun wrote: first make sure you select "projector control" in "configure machine". then click "edit commands" under projector control in the contr [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

i use those codes for a benq w1070+ and they work fine. check your baud rate, for the w1070+ it is 115200baud. Statistics: Posted by neurofun — We [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

not wanting to abuse the patience, I have no idea how to do this kkkk i just put CRLF or have some code can u helpe me ? cheers! angelini Statist [...]

LittleRP • Re: ACER P1500 x/Y values

Print a 20mm block, then measure the X/Y with a caliper. Enter the values you measure in the machine configuration using the 'adjust' button. Statist [...]

Hardware • Re: Any optical endstop suggestion?

Not sure what you mean by a code. This would be a change in firmware, probably the Z-Axis endstop invert flag. Statistics: Posted by PacManFan — Mo [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

It looks like you're having a few problems: first, the model looks very over-exposed - try lowering your exposure time by 1/2. second, if the z-axis i [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

Use an ascii to hex converter. Also, you'll have to manually add a CRLF to the end . Statistics: Posted by PacManFan — Mon Feb 16, 2015 2:37 pm [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Steve, you called it on X/Y calibration being off. I think I "get it" with X/Y resolution now. I didn't take into account that the scaling depends on [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Steve, this is exactly the type of experienced advice I need! I thought overexposure but with no experience I couldn't be sure. On the resolution - e [...]

Software Forum • Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

I've made a little progress. For reference, here is the thing I'm printing:http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:337955 I scale it so it is about 23mm in [...]

Software Forum • Trying to get first print...

I am trying to make my first print and have had 3 failures. In all 3 cases I get a blob of plastic on my platform (DropLit bottom-up printer, G+ resin [...]

Hardware • Re: grbl firmware

[...] really big than original. thx per help soon i'll make on topic with my droplit mod. cheers! angelini Statistics: Posted by vonhellsing — Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:00 am [...]

Hardware • Re: grbl firmware

[...] Driver with .40V and Sixteenth step on GBRL my step motor i using M5 leadscrew. cheers! Angelini Statistics: Posted by vonhellsing — Sat Feb 14, 2015 7:06 pm [...]

Software Forum • Re: Need Firmware Help (RAMPS 1.4)

[...] RapApp, and start my doubts, i need make changes, or just ignore second stepmotor ? cheers! Angelini Statistics: Posted by vonhellsing — Sat Feb 14, 2015 4:58 pm [...]

Hardware • Re: grbl firmware

[...] /min) $21=100 (homing debounce, msec) $22=2.500 (homing pull-off, mm) ok Any idea ? cheers! Angelini Statistics: Posted by vonhellsing — Sat Feb 14, 2015 10:56 am [...]

Software Forum • Re: Object Distortion

Great, that was it, thanks! Statistics: Posted by mhackney — Tue Feb 17, 2015 9:26 pm [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Thanks! Yes, I was considering trying red or yellow as I hear they are easier to print. Then I'll have some data to compare. cheers, Michael Statist [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Getting ever closer... I turned down brightness from 50% to 30% and increased the part diameter to ~30mm. I'm guessing based on what little I know th [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

My projector was at 50% brightness. It is an Acer P1273 with the UV filter and color wheel removed. 3000 lumens, 17000:1 contrast and 1024x768 resolut [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

I find this factory manual, with this codes IR codes, ASCII, and some examples. I don't have idea i need put on and off in creation workshop cheers! [...]

Creation Workshop • Re: acer h6510bd serial commands - SOLVED

not wanting to abuse the patience, I have no idea how to do this kkkk i just put CRLF or have some code can u helpe me ? cheers! angelini Statist [...]

Hardware • Re: grbl firmware

hi packman, i change stepmotor and works fine, now i fight with creation workshop kkk eg. i draw a 40mmx40mmx40mm box and in projection stay really [...]

?Key Phrases
Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

I usually have a gallon of IPA (and several 6 packs too) around but ran out last week. Picking some up today. I'll have today into my projector manua [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Looks like you're almost there. Still a little over - exposed. You might want to turn down the brightness of the projector itself to 50-75% so the res [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Getting closer! Now I've got the resolution good. I'm using blue MakerJuice G+ slicing .1mm layer height. Here's the latest after reducing exposures t [...]

Software Forum • Re: Getting closer to first print, Z axis issue...

Be sure to post more pictures of your prints. What resin are you printing with? If it's the blue makerjuice, then you might need a 1000ms exposure. Al [...]

Related channels