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  1. Can't wait to learn more...

    Can't wait to learn more...
  2. I can't wait to hear about it! I would love to...

    I can't wait to hear about it! I would love to build one myself one day...

    With a laser plotter, FDM Printer, adjustable soldering setup (air and iron) and electronics experience at my disposal,...
  3. So I guess Peachy is really dead... Not even...

    So I guess Peachy is really dead... Not even anything anymore from 'Builder1' who actually had one...
  4. You too! Can't wait to see more of your...

    You too!

    Can't wait to see more of your "adventures"!
  5. I'd probably try adding an extremely thin (0.1mm)...

    I'd probably try adding an extremely thin (0.1mm) raster/mesh to the bottom before tilting, so everything is connected to eachother (so they can't float) with a flimsy support that can be easily...
  6. The challenges I see with the olanetary gear...

    The challenges I see with the olanetary gear model:
    Tolerances: too little and it'll fuse together and won't move, too much and it'll skip
    Tube insertion: I imagine inserting a tube into that will...
  7. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:454702...

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:454702
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1669172
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1467705
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:8964...
  8. A peristaltic pump would give the possibility to...

    A peristaltic pump would give the possibility to control the drips without losing the detail resolution the drip system provides, and it even gives the ability to withdraw and empty out the container...
  9. That actually explains a lot! :) That is why we...

    That actually explains a lot! :)
    That is why we (as in several people in the community) were looking at things like moving platforms and peristaltic pumps: better control on Z-speed!

    Dang,...
  10. Last picture, near the top of the indented...

    Last picture, near the top of the indented ellipsoid, there seems to be some irregularities in the print?
  11. Are those artifacts at the top? Looking good...

    Are those artifacts at the top?

    Looking good though! Too bad it never actually made it to market! :(
  12. Yes please! :)

    Yes please! :)
  13. Gotta remember that you are projecting in a cone,...

    Gotta remember that you are projecting in a cone, so the higher the resin starts, the higher you are on that cone, and thus the print will be smaller in the X/Y ranges, but not in the Z...
    It'll...
  14. Well then! Go ahead and finally print something!...

    Well then! Go ahead and finally print something! :rolleyes: We're all waiting to see your result already! ;)
  15. In case you missed it: one of the company...

    In case you missed it: one of the company founders 'borrowed' several tens of thousands of dollars from the project, and the project is pretty much dead... They'll not be taking any orders or...
  16. ???? :confused:

    ???? :confused:
  17. Just make sure you print them in the appropriate...

    Just make sure you print them in the appropriate dimensions for the recipient (Pounds are different than Euro's or 0.50 coins, etc.) :D
  18. You could also try to use a heavier than air...

    You could also try to use a heavier than air (semi)inert gas like CO2, as that would remain in the container (assuming not too much draft/wind across the container) by itselft, and have less of a...
  19. Have you tried uploading elsewhere and just...

    Have you tried uploading elsewhere and just linking to them? I can do this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/169304/AnCorp.jpg

    Just post them elsewhere, paste the link and uncheck the copy and...
  20. Thread: Diy it?

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    Yes, resin specific weight/density should be...

    Yes, resin specific weight/density should be close to that of normal water (1kg/l) but definitely less than that of the saline water (>1kg/l)!
  21. Thread: Diy it?

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    I've not seen one on peachyjuice, but any UV...

    I've not seen one on peachyjuice, but any UV curable resin should be usable, so pick your favorite one... ;)
  22. Thread: Diy it?

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    Please read carefully what I typed before: it is...

    Please read carefully what I typed before: it is a combination of factors: cost (laser diode prices increase substantially as they become more powerful, goal was a sub C$100 printer), curing time...
  23. Thread: Diy it?

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    It is all about inertia and inertial dampening......

    It is all about inertia and inertial dampening...

    Slower means the mirrors need to move less, and not as fast. For a magnetically activated *and* dampened system that certainly makes a difference....
  24. Thread: Diy it?

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    Viscosity and flowrate remain a problem in your...

    Viscosity and flowrate remain a problem in your scenario, the idea behind the thick layer of resin is to provide a bit of a buffer so that the resin can fill the gaps quick enough! With a layer of...
  25. Thread: Diy it?

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    Not really, since the amount of resin used will...

    Not really, since the amount of resin used will not be constant, so you'd need a way of measuring that, and that is ignoring viscosity and flow rate challenges...
    This system works because the cured...
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