1Print Desktop prototype parts
This is an instruction manual for building a Desktop prototype version of the SALEM printer. SALEM has been designed specifically for construction 3D Printing applications so this desktop version is for demonstration purposes only and does not function as an actual 3D Printer (not accurate enough). It is however a fun project for all hackers and 3D Printing enthusiasts to complete and is in early stages of development so has lots of opportunity for improvement (especially on the software side).
The first step to building one of these printers for yourself is to print out all the custom parts. The files for this can be found in the "Files" tab of this project. Components that are tagged "3D Printed" in the "components" section need printing with a suitable SLA printer.
You will need approx 3 litres of epoxy resin to complete the full components print.