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Intéressant mais...

Ils comparent le temps d'impression d'une ENORME pièce sur FDM et d'un petit machin sur leur machine...

Sans parler que cette techno par vidéo projection commence à être déjà très connue dans le monde de l'impression 3D.

D'ailleurs autodesk utilise cette techno dans leur imprimante 3D

 

Il y a aussi la M-One de MakeX.

 

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    Oui c'est la même techno que sur la Form1+ !

     

    Vivement qu'il commence à bosser sur de nouvelles résines

    +1 et moins cher ;-)

     

    Ils comparent le temps d'impression d'une ENORME pièce sur FDM et d'un petit machin sur leur machine...

    +1

     

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    Oui c'est la même techno que sur la Form1+ !

     

    Pas tout à fait, la Form1 utilise un laser qui vient faire le même parcours qu'une buse donc perte de temps plus grande.

    Alors que la techno par vidéo projection, tu viens projeter des slices complètes, d'un coup.

    Ce qui fait que tu peux imprimer un objet qui fait tout le volume de ton imprimante, aussi vite qu'un objet qui fais 1mm de diamètre mais qui utilise toute la hauteur. :mrgreen: Explication un peu tirée par les cheveux mais c'est le principe !

     

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    Les retours sur la Form1+ sont nombreux et sont vraiment cool et d'ailleurs en parlant de techologie DLP - SLA j'ai flashé sur la Kudo 3D Titan 1 depuis un bon moment et elle donne de bonnes stats je trouve -> http://www.kudo3d.com/products/

    Si vous connaissez ou avez des retours dessus je suis preneurs avant de me lancer dans cet achat ^^

     

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    Il y a une FORM1(+) à mon FabLab local. La qualité d'impression et la précision sont indiscutables, c'est vraiment top.

    Mais...

     

    • C'est lent
    • C'est plus embêtant à mettre en œuvre (bacs de résine, nettoyage, ...)
    • C'est cher à l'usage (résines, remplacement régulier des tanks, ...)

     

    Comme toujours, ça dépend de l'usage qu'on à mais c'est assez différend des imprimantes FDM classiques.

     

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