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A project log for DIY SOLAR SOLAR LAMP

A low-cost solar lamp that can be used as a replacement for harmful kerosene lamps and a learning Kit for STEAM Education.

Debasish DuttaDebasish Dutta 07/31/2021 at 19:310 Comments

I have used my Creality CR-10 Mini printer and 1.75 mm Green and White PLA filaments to print the parts. It took me about 5 hours to print the main body and around 2 hours to print the front reflector.

My settings are:

1. Print Speed: 60 mm/s

2. Layer Height: 0.2mm ( 0.3 also works well)

3. Fill Density: 25>#/p###

4. Extruder Temperature: 200 deg C

5. Bed Temp: 60 deg C

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