Specs Build Volume: 160 x90 x200 mm (WXLXH) Light Source: 120W LED Array Runs nanoDLP with touchscreen on a RaspberryPi 3 model B
Estimated print time per layer: < 2 seconds
Changes 10/20/2017 - Added 60mm Case fan cutouts and corrected overall height by 3.175mm to rear shell (Upper_Back_Shell.dxf) - Adjusted dimensions on lower shell to correct size (Lower_Shell.dxf) - Updated the All_Cut_Parts.dxf to reflect changes
10/11/2017 - Made some slight modifications to the print head and bearing assembly holder to fit the LM8UU bearings a bit better.
10/07/2017 - Updated the printed top mount with bevels on all the holes, corrected the dimensions of the flanged bearing and split the part in two (2) pieces so that it could be printed on a standard sized RepRap printer build table. - Uploaded 2 versions of the resin VAT, one with that is complete and a split version so the parts can be printed on a standard sized RepRap printer build table. - Added "Machined Parts.zip" which contains a 3D model of all the machined parts. - Added Machined Parts Specification Drawings
I backed the Morpheus Delta printer on Kick-starter which (as of October) has never come to fruition - which is where the inspiration for this printer comes from. Needless to say, I still wanted a resin printer as I've built and use several FDM printers.
I love building things (much rather build than buy) and couldn't find a comprehensive set of plans for building a resin printer...so here's what I came up with. I have just about all the parts I need to complete this and will be putting together a build log and updating this project as I go. If you're up for a challenge, then build with me otherwise keep checking back!
ENJOY and HAVE FUN BUILDING!!
Let's get started!
Some of these parts are rather large so you will either need a large build area or use the split models of the parts. All parts are 1 each unless noted in the file name (ex: x2 = 2 pieces, x4 = 4 pieces). I printed everything in PLA at 0.20mm layer resolution and 40% infill. I generally print by resizing the parts by 1% to allow for shrinkage but everone's printer is different.
This is what I'd call a fairly involved build and many of the parts will need to be fabricated - not just 3d printed. I've tried to include the drawings & BOM for everything you'll need but if I've missed something, please let me know and I'll get it uploaded. Please keep in mind that this is currently VERY much a work in progress. I have spent dozens of hours designing so things should fit and function well.
Here is a list of parts that I used along with links of where to find them. A more detailed list and what I paid for them are available in the BOM.