Crowd Supply, the leading product development platform connecting hardware creators with early adopters and enthusiastic backers, announces the launch of the Lite3DP S1 resin micro 3D Printer. The micro 3D printer is based on an Arduino board and uses mask stereolithography (MSLA) technology to provide a lightweight, noiseless, low-cost 3D printing solution. The open-source kit is easy to assemble, lowering the barrier to entry for those interested in 3D printing. The Lite3DP S1 micro 3D printer, developed by Lite3DP and launched with support from Crowd Supply, is a fully open source solution that prioritizes simplicity and ease-of-use. The device’s firmware, software, hardware, user guide, and 3D printing files will be available on the Lite3DP website. The compact, lightweight device has a form factor of 100 × 100 × 150mm and a total weight of less than 350 grams. The Lite3DP S1 printer produces plastic parts using a liquid photosensitive resin, which is printed and solidified layer by layer, producing a level of detail and precision unmatched by filament 3D printers. The printer is compatible with any brand of 405 nm resins and functions autonomously with a microSD card.
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