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Re: 4K

Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:12 pm
by M-Williams
kostyo wrote:I have 3 rings printed on 18 microns X, Y and 25 microns from Z.....when I see what details it will print out I do not want to buy a fullHD projector

but the print quality is very poor .... so I believe that if I bought solus and to that UHD projector we get a very good result.

I understand why solus does not want to adapt its model to UHD....have invested a lot of time and money a new 28-micron printer.

but I do not want to buy a printer for 5000 euros printing for 28 microns but having a printer for 4,000 euros printing at 18 microns.

the only solution is to buy solus to reprogram arduino and add raspberry .... and use nanoDLP softwer to control.... :(

I suppose you are just fine with your solus as long as you are getting good results. It does not many any sense of getting a new one.
The solus can achieve great result every time you use it. Just set it and leave it.

Re: 4K

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 6:26 pm
by hx19035
Didn't RioGrande pickup the B9 series printers? I cant imagine the founder is losing money in that case.

Re: 4K

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:06 pm
by printcast
They did. I'd like to know how many have sold, customer satisfaction and the rate of returns (if they allow returns)

If you come from wax casting into resin casting there is a learning curve. If you have never 3d printed, you have a lot to learn. If you have never used a CAD system, you have a lot to learn.

Re: 4K

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:36 pm
by mongerdesigns
This conversation is becoming off-topic. Locking down this thread.