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SparkMaker Introduces the Most Affordable Desktop SLA 3D Printer

Hong Kong, Hong Kong, July 27, 2017 ) -Simple, affordable, 3D Printing is now available to anyone thanks to SparkMaker. The company has announced the release of their one-button desktop 3D Printer that brings the quality of SLA printing to the masses. Now anyone with a computer and a spark of creativity can unlock the magic of 3D printing.

Although 3D Printing has been popular for several years, the hardware has been expensive preventing many from exploring the endless creative possibilities it allows. Adding to that, complicated design software and 3D modeling experience were a prerequisite to working in 3D. SparkMaker changes everything, with one-button print simplicity, easy load multicolor resins and print-ready downloadable designs. They have created a system so simple and effective that anyone can begin 3D printing in only a few moments. Its as easy as downloading a free design to an SD card, inserting it into SparkMaker and pressing the button.

After putting together a team of experts, Martin and team used their experience and know-how in the 3D Printing industry to create a product that was simple, effective and affordable enough for home or office use. In fact, SparkMaker is putting the power of 3D Printing into the hands of their users for less than $100 dollars, a remarkable feat considering the technology and superior printing quality of the device.

We recognized that many people would love to explore the fun and creativity of 3D Printing but from our years of experience in the industry, we knew that people were discouraged by the high price of the hardware and the complexity of the process. Our goal was to eliminate both and with SparkMaker we have done so.

In spite of the low price, the SparkMaker is not short on quality; in fact, it is the first affordable desktop printer to use the advanced SLA printing method. SLA is a method of selectively applying a laser to photo reactive liquid resin on a work area, forming very thin solid layers that stack up to create one solid 3D object.

SLA is superior to the typical FDM printing method. SLA creates smoothly curving, natural contours that result in incredibly precise finished 3D models that have a greater resolution and better accuracy than the FDM method. SLA is preferred by advanced modelers and artists, and its perfect for any task from arts and crafts to prototyping and small production runs.

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This guide covers the construction and installation of a low cost 3d printer SLA. The project began for me during Christmas of the year 2014, a time when I was very

busy with another project that completely absorbed me. During the holidays I decided (unconsciously) to distract myself with the idea of creating a printer based on

photosensitive resin technology. The idea was to control a UV laser module mounted on a central joint and tilt it to reach all points of the plan. After have finished it and

put into operation, I realized that it presents several problems. One of the biggest problems is related to the precision of the movement (although the economic stepper

drivers divide steps many times, the single microstep is not reliable for such operation), another big problem is the deformation of the beam when it reach the base and

takes different forms depending on where it is. After some tests and prints not very satisfactory I decided to switch to traditional Cartesian architecture.

Finally, the entire work that naively thought I conclude by January, took three months, but I was happy with the results!

At this point, better to step back and talk a little of the SLA printing technique. This type of printing is based on the principle that it is possible to catalyze a small amount of resin by hitting it with a coherent beam of photons.

The resins available on the market for this purpose are sensitive to ultraviolet, 405nm. Ive used the makerjuice natual with satisfaction. From the practical point of view this means to catalyze layer by layer using a uv laser, where each layer represents a section of the object that we want to achieve. To catalyze a layer of the desired thickness (ex. 0.1mm), there are two basic techniques. One technique is to catalyze the layers on a plate which gradually descends into a tank full of resin, each upper layer catalyzes over the previous. The floor will drop always of the same size with respect to the resin surface, which corresponds to the thickness of the layer. A second method (the one that I chose) provides a UV-transparent vessel, containing the resin and below the laser that catalyzes the resin. To build the model, the printer move the plane inside of the vessel, in order to leave the desired thickness between the plane itself and the bottom of the tank. Between one layer and the next, the plane is lifted and the piece has to remain attached to it, in order to leave the free space for the next layer. Both methods are valid but have different problems. The first method requires a tank with a volume equal to the maximum build volume and filled at least to the height of the piece (a problem for those who do not frequently use the resin that would remain long in or you have to remove it frequently). It also requires a reliable system to control the level of resin and the sinking of the floor, because the volume variation that undergoes the resin which catalyzes affects the result. The second method is more simpler but also undergoes to several problems. The most annoying is the fact that the resin adheres when catalyzes both to the plate and to the bottom of the vessel, and then when the plan lift to the next layer is necessary to ensure that the material remains attached to the plate and not to the tank, otherwise the print fails. To avoid this we need to create a fund in the vessel but transparent to

UV, since the laser must pass through it. It is also important to avoid the sucker effect which results when trying to detach two surfaces adherent, applying a force perpendicular to the plane. For this it is expected in the printer a movement of the tilted tub, to remove the resin from the plane starting from an edge.

4x: 20mm rod support (0612-SHF20) for Z axis

2x: 20mm bearing support (0548-TBR20UU) for the screw of Z axis

4x: 30x30x240 C.8 alluminium profile (PR0300308) for bottom and top (should be M8 threaded on top and bottom)

4x: 30x30x300 C.8 alluminium profile (PR0300308) for bottom and top (should be M8 threaded on top and bottom)

4x: 30x30R rounded alluminium profile (PR030030R) for the jambs (should be M8 threaded on top and bottom)

1x: 45x90x200 alluminium profile (PR0300908) for plate support

2x: 60x30x290 alluminium plate for Z axis (see the dxf for more detail)

2x: D12 carriage for Z axis (0548-TBR20UU)

1x: 350x290x3 alluminium plate for vessel plate support (see dxf for more detail)

6x: clamping angles 2540 (SQ025040) to mount Z axis to the structure

1x: repraps compatible 3d printer electronics (Arduino based)

3x: stepper motors NEMA17 0.9/step for X Y Z axis

1x: stepper motor NEMA17/gearboxe 0.35/step for vessel

a bunch of 3d printed parts for carriege, supports etc.. (see the file attached for stl)

This material should be found on shops who sell 3d printers or cnc mechanical parts.

I found everythingcnc-storewith a good price and service.

I called the printer FSLA because it is a pun between Fla (my name) and

SLA (Stereolithography). The printer has an building volume of 150x150x130mm, which is bigger of what you commonly find in sla low cost printer..

The structure is based on extruded aluminum sections of 30mm side, to which are mounted the rods on which slide the carriages for the movement of the laser, the support for the tub and the Z axis .

The main frame is built around the 4 jambs, which are 3030 rounded sections, pretty nice looking i think 🙂

To mount the 4 3030 square sections for the edges you should make 4 holes on the rounded sections. The holes have to be 15mm far from top and bottom and should pass in the middle of the central cavity of the sections, where the bolts head has to be. Every edge is fixed to the jamb through an M8 rounded bolt and the hole is where the allen key passes to tighten the bolt.

All components necessary for the construction of the axes X and Y can be printed from a common FDM printer, personally I preferred the PLA as a material, but i think that also the abs or nylon are perfect. Attached to this guide you can find all stl files for printing. To allow the perfect sliding of the carriages, I used sliding bearings, while as regards the traction straps I used 5mm pitch 10mm wide. For X, Y and Z i have used motors NEMA17 model 42BYGHM809 (0.9 / step) while the inclination of the tub I used a motor 42STH38, always NEMA17 with gearbox (0:35 / step). To ensure a good strength of the machine I made some aluminum parts, in particular the Z axis and the support of the vessel. For the realization of these parts i have attached files dxf and gcode that I used for cutting with cnc milling.

As regards the Z axis, instead of using a belt for movement I decided to use a screw with a ball nut. This type of mechanism is expensive but allows you to move the plane on the vertical axis greatly reducing friction and games. The two vertical bars are large, but it is necessary if you want to have a solid Z-axis.

Regarding the construction of the tank, I got cut from my glass glazier some piece of glass and I have assembled it with acetic silicone. We must pay special attention to the non-stick coating. This is vital for the success of the prints !! In fact it is necessary that the resin adheres better to the plane then to the tub, so that there remain attached parts of prints. For this I used a two-component liquid silicone and UV transparent, the same that is used to protect the photovoltaic panels. The only ones that I have tried and found to be good for this purpose are the Sylgard 184 and QSIL 216, that I ended up using for the lower price and availability. When depositing the silicone is important to ensure that the tank is horizontal, so that the layer is of uniform thickness, it is also advisable to remove the air bubbles that will remain encapsulated, manually or by means of a bell. To make sure that the tank is secured to the mount, Ive used two aluminum rails where the vessel borders flows within.

The laser I used is a module from 120mA 405nm, this module is controlled

by a power supply which, in addition to adjusting the current allows a digital control input up to 20KHz. This allowed me to use a pin of uC to vary the laser power. To prevent the environmental UV radiation do harden the resin, I have realized some methacrylate panels, some transparent orange and others black, where the internal parts are to be hidden.

As regards the electronics I used the board produced by the who have realized it for their 3drag printer. I chose it because I think it is very well done, but with minor changes to the firmware you can use any other electronics designed for 3d printers based on Arduino.

The firmware from where I started is the well knownMarlin, making the appropriate changes in order to make it operational for my laser printer. For example, the E axis, which is normally used for pushing the material, in my case was used to tilt the vessel between one layer and another. For the pwm control of the uv laser (by varying the duty cycle it is possible to change the laser power) I used a pin of uC that would normally be used to control the power mosfet of the heated surface.

You can check out the firmware for the FSLA printer at my github

This printer can also be considered mutipurpose because Ive used it with satisfaction to realize pcb.

In fact the laser that is used to catalyze the resin can also be used to impress the photoresist present on the presensitized boards for photoetching.

To do it, I normally design the pcb using Eagle PCB and then I produce the gcode using a modified version of a well known ulp for eaglePCB,PCB-Gcode.

To impress the presensitized board you have to remove the vessel and mount the board to the plate using 2 screws.

If the board is a 2 side pcb you have to print the top side first and then rotate the board on the plate and print the bottom side. In order to align the two prints you have to take a precise measure of the offset on the x axis when you mirror the board and a rotation also (because youll probably wont be enought precise with holes and the costruction itself). This is not an easy process, but when youve done it you have to modify my setup with yours, in the /scr/pcb2FSLAprinter.scr file, before launching the script inside eagle pcb.

After that the prints are done you can treat the board like in a common photoprinting process, so you can use the sodium hydroxide and then hydrogen peroxide to remove the copper.

I think that this kind of printer is more useful for who like to print at higher resolution but pieces not with mechanical purpose. This is because the prints are made in resin, and even if there are several kind of uv resin, the prints are more for action figure or objects of design, not much for who wants to build mechanisms. This is in my experiece until now, but every day there are news about UV resins and probably there already is something better around for this.

The building of this machine was a very nice adventure, and was more hard of what i aspected to be, but at the end i think that the resault is really nice!!

This project has a not negligible cost, and is not so easy to build, but when it will work (and it will work 🙂 ) will be a really good satisfaction for you.

I know that many things are still to be said in order to have full info to build the machine, but I hope that the images can help to anyone who wants to try to build it. And of course im here if anybody need some more informations.

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Hi Flavio love this project! Been looking for this exact type of project. I have lots of FDM printer parts laying around and wanted to make an SLA printer!

What exact control board did you use, and would I be able to use the RAMPS1.4 instead?

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Hola muy buen proyecto me gusta, una pregunta la matiz de leds esta encendida en todo el proceso de impresion o hace como el proyector que hace destellos.

hay esquema de conexionado lo puedes pasar, muchas gracias

Love this! Where can I get the mirror and the glass for the lcd screen? Great work!

Do you need to add a polarizer on the screen in order to print or does just tearing the screen apart (per your video) all you need to do? Im working on getting mine put together and am uncertain about this step…awesome design btw! Thank you for sharing!

Hi, just wondering if I can use other UV LEDs as it is quite hard to get those specific ones in South Africa?

First, thank you for share with us this amazing achievement. Im a newbie, i dont know what is the masa description in some pins of de 3d sketchup model. Please give us some light.

This is a great design! Thank you for Sharing!

What Resin do you use? I suppose you did quite a lot of experiments to find the right one that is also cheap?

One question, since I have recovered and repurposed several LCDs from dead laptops: is it possible to use these LCDs?

If you are happy with the resolution, yes.

what do you have to do to the screne?

Thx. Is there a minimum resolution you recommend?

If you edit LCD_SLA_3D_Printer_V6.skp, find everything you need.

The links for the UV LED matrix are dead.

Muy buen trabajo y muy buena evolucion , podrias mostrar el conexionado del hardware ?

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It says a lot about how much exciting 3D printing news there was atthis years Consumer Electronics Showin Las Vegas when a new 3D printer as exciting as the Slash 3D Printer didnt get more coverage than it did. As the first product of new 3D printer startupUNIZ, the Slash is going to completely change the game for desktop, light-cured resin SLA printers. Not only is it going to be able to print up to fifty times as fast as theForm 2 SLA 3D printerfrom Formlabs, but it also offers a similar layer resolution and is expected to cost almost half as much.

The San Diego-based company has been developing the technology for the Slash for the better part of eighteen months, and CES was the first time that anyone got a look at it. While it is a resin-based 3D printer like the Form 2, rather than using a single laser point to cure the liquid resin it uses a new LCD masking technology. It is that minor change in how the resin is hardened that makes all the difference and produced finished models at blisteringly fast speeds. A laser is only capable of hardening very small sections of resin at a time, like a pencil drawing a picture. But the Slash uses an LCD light projector that is capable of selectively filtering UV light, which allows the entire layer to be printed instantly.

The result is a desktop SLA printer that when compared to the printed volume of material will 3D print entire objects almost fifty time as fast as any laser-based DLP 3D printer. The process is capable of curing 1,000cc of material per hour and is so accurate that in addition to its speed, it is even capable of producing parts with a higher layer resolution. At its fastest speed the Slash will print parts with a 0.2mm resolution, but it can be slowed down a bit and produce fine details up to a 0.01mm resolution.

In addition to the new LCD curing method, the Slash also has what sounds like a proprietary automated resin leveling system that keeps the optimal amount of material in the tank at all times. The resin canister is mounted upside down on the outside of the printer in a pretty slick looking dock on the side, so theoretically the printer will never run out of resin mid-job. That makes the machine relatively autonomous so it shouldnt need to be monitored too closely, and it also has built in Wi-Fi so it can be controlled and monitored from any mobile device.

UNIZ CEO Dr. Houmin Li explained totech blog Fabaloohow the Slash works:

While the company did not have an exact cost available at CES, they did estimate that the final retail price would range between $1,500 and $2,000, which is considerably cheaper than the $3,500 Form 2. UNIZ did not announce a release date for the Slash either, but they expect to be launching it on Kickstarter in the near future and an estimated ship date near the end of 2016. According to Li, the printers that they had with them printing at CES were late-stage pre-production models, so just based on what was on display at the show, it looks like they are about as ready to launch as they are ever going to get. You can head on over to theUNIZ websiteand sign up for their mailing list to get notified when the Slash finally hits Kickstarter. Is that a campaign you are thinking about backing? Discuss in theSlash 3D printer forumover at .

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Ilios Photon 2 is constructed completely out of metal, including all its moving components such as spindles, slides, frame as well as the VAT. Due to the rigidity Ilios Photon provides, the layer consistency and repeat-ability is superb, with no errors or misalignment.

Since Photon 2 uses a UV DLP projector specifically designed for 3D printing, its material cure times are much faster as well as more reliable since the UV portion is an LED light source, which requires no maintenance or replacement. The optical assembly of the projector is so sharp that even single pixels can be distinguished on a model if magnified enough. Take advantage of our Web Based control, Touchscreen Interface and Mobile App to have the most user friendly experience. Combined with the Ilios 3D Suite, Photon 2 is truly a versatile tool for any user which can produce accurate results without much effort. Manually control the 3D printer or use the built-in WiFi.

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Just one week ago we announced the discovery of a completely new way of 3D printing models through SLA. This week we are happy to present the very first SLA 3D Printer in the world to use Thermal Masking Technology, our Ilios Nano. An entry level SLA 3D printer which was made specifically to introduce the gene

We are delighted to present a completely new way of printing SLA models at a 10th of the cost through Thermal Masking technology which was invented in the Ilios lab. The technology is presented for the first time in our Ilios Nano SLA 3D printer currently available in the shop which can be purchased for

Due to the versatile nature of the Ilios Photon 3D printer and Ilios 3D printers in general, the use of almost any resin is possible with minimal alterations to the settings and export parameters. We have been given a great opportunity to test out the NextDent line of resins for dental applications and the results are in. The materials with which prints were mad

While more and more resins for SLA 3D printing come to the market, not many SLA 3D printers can actually properly handle them. Lack of parameters, understanding of the actual liquid properties or simply outdated software can lead to a premature damage of a 3D printer if one would just pour an unknown substance into it and wait for results.

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SLA 3D printer prices

are otherwise known as Stereolithography are making headway in the Additive Manufacturing market. The first iteration of home 3D printing was Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printers. These are units such as Makerbot, Ultimaker, and Cube. FDM designs extrude melted plastic, rubbers, silicones, clays, and edible materials from a moving nozzle to form a 3D object. Alternatively,use ultraviolet light or a light projector to harden liquid polymer resin into a 3D object.

InStereolithography 3D printing, the units build platform immerses itself in a polymer resin bath. As the build platform raises upwards, UV light hits against the surface of the resin. The resin cures and hardens to form the first layers of an object. Layer by layer, the process is repeated until the complete object is formed from the resin bath. There are two primary types of Stereolithography units. One uses a laser to cure the resin while the other uses Digital Light Processing (DLP). DLP is simply a photometric light projector. The light hits the resin along its surface with a series of photo images of the object to be 3D printed. The process is repeated until the resin cures into the complete 3D object.

We offerSLA 3D printersfor sale that will meet the needs of the design studio or office. The desktop SLA 3D printing market is gaining ground. A volley of SLA 3D printers are becoming more widely available to the average consumer as the technology becomes cheaper. Open source Stereolithography is also on the rise as inventors create 3D SLA printers using the RepRap philosophy. New developments in affordable SLA desktop printing designs are making it easier to buy an SLA unit below $2,000 as well using ourrapid prototyping service.

There are several SLA personal 3D fabricators on sale now. Massachusetts-based FormLabs recently secure $19 million in venture funding for their Form 1 SLA unit. The Form 1 has been released to the 3D printing market and is on sale now. The Solidator is a unit that usesDLP technologyand offers one of the biggest build platforms available for personal desktop SLA technology. The B9 Creator is one of the most popular desktop SLA units, with an open source philosophy in design allowing users to upgrade and improve on the machine over time. B9 Creator also sells aDIY kitfor sale of price is an issue. Low cost options such as Muve3D and OpenSL v1.0 provide both assembled or DIY SLA kits.

We offer a number of Stereolithography units for sale in the form of either DIY SLA 3D printer kits or fully assembled units.  If you have a studio or office and require an industrial grade SLA 3D printer, well help you acquire the proper unit for your business. Were also happy to advise you on which SLA unit to purchase that is cost effective for your needs. For more information onaffordableSLA 3D printers, please contact us!

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Layer One teases new FDM-SLA combo 3D printerthe Atom 3

Taiwan 3D printer manufacturer Layer One seems to have something new up its sleeve, something that certainly has us intrigued. Known primarily for its delta-styleFDM 3D printing systems, the company claims to be developing a new 3D printer which would combine both FDM and stereolithography (SLA) in a single machine.

Dubbed the Atom 3, the upcoming 3D printer is being developed to offer users a compact and convenient way to 3D print both large and small, carefully detailed parts.

As the company explains, while FDM printing is well suited for producing robust, functional components and prototypes, it often falls short when printing fine details. This has meant that applications such as jewelry making, which require small parts, have relied mostly on SLA 3D printing to achieve high-resolution and precision.

Makers that require a range of 3D printing capabilities therefore have to shell out lots of money for wholly separate systems in order to meet their both robust and finer 3D printing needs.

Even with our ultra-rigid design and a 0.2 mm nozzle, its impossible to achieve super high detail with FDM, no matter how hard you try. SLA is the only way we can offer this capability to our customers, explained Lawrence Lee, founder and CEO of Layer One.

The Atom 3 is being developed to meet these demands and is aiming to offer 3D printing enthusiasts an accessible way of having it all, so to speak.

Layer One says it has leveraged the strength of its delta 3D printing systems sturdy Z-axis to combine FDM and SLA processes in one modular machine.

SLA machines require a very sturdy Z (vertical) motion system, and deltas provide that better than the conventional cantilever system, said Lee. Of course, there will be challenges to designing a user-friendly module versus a standalone machine, but we accept them gladly.

While most details about the hybrid 3D printer are still under wraps, Layer One has hinted that its Atom 3 system will work by having a modular build plate which a resin reservoir can be affixed to, and which can move on magnetic control arms for SLA printing.

A few other details we got from Layer One about the Atom 3 prototype include a build volume of 65 x 120 x 250 mm, and a layer thickness of 25 to 100 microns. The SLA system will be based on LCD-Stereolithography technology.

For those itching to learn more about Layer Ones hybrid 3D printer, youll have to be patient, as the Taiwan-based company says the Atom 3 will only be ready to ship out as of next year. For now, these photos of the printer and test prints will have to suffice.

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