AutoMSLA: A Comprehensive Open-Source 3D Printing EcosystemPublic
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The AutoMSLA project presents a set of research and instructions required to assemble an MSLA 3D resin printer with automated printing capabilities along with open-source guides to further the 3D resin printing community. The project aims to make improvements for several problems in 3D printing including safety when handling resins, cost barriers, and accessibility. Automation provides a streamlined printing process that does not require human intervention from part printing to curing. Open-source models and code are included for transparency and accessibility. Chemical composition of resins, comprehensive hardware and firmware, as well as models and materials necessary for creation of a working 3D printer are all researched and detailed within this report.
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