In the previous Monkeyprint board tutorial I showed you how to etch the PCB. In this follow up, you will be soldering the components to get your board going.
The Monkeyprint DLP printer board requires you to make your own PCB. This can be intimidating if you’ve never done it before. But don’t be afraid! I show you how it’s done…
Good things come to those who wait! After weeks of fiddling and coding my Monkeyprint DLP printer software has undergone a complete makeover and now comes along with improved user-friendliness and a bunch of new features…. Continue reading Monkeyprint: all new and shiny DLP printer software
Great electronics need great casings, so I set out to make a first electronics box prototype for my 3d resin printer. Not only is it 3d printed, but in addition to the Monkeyprint electronics board it contains a Raspberry Pi 2. You see where this is going, don’t you… Continue reading Build log part 3: Resin printer electronics box
You want to build your own DLP 3d printer? You have come to the right place! Welcome to the start of a series of posts describing the steps towards building your own DLP 3d printer. We’ll start with the part that’s probably most intimidating to many people: the electronics.
I have noticed that although the code is free, Monkeyprint is not yet in a state were it is really useful for anyone building a 3d DLP printer. In order to change this, I made plans for improving the software itself, but also sharing the hardware to provide an all-in-one DLP printer controller solution.