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DiyouPCB is a PCB printer which uses a Blue Ray!22 pickup [Project]
posted February 4 2014 4:25.05 by spic0m




The printer has been designed to use any photosensitive material to the laser wavelength (405nm) although the tests were performed with negative Dry-film (blue color).

Print area: 210mm x 170mm
Laser wavelenght: 405nm
Auto-focus: through astigmatic method
Diameter of focused laser beam: approx. 0.1mm
Print speed: 600mm/min.
Travel speed: max. 15,000mm/min.
Dimensions: 385 mm x 345mm x 100mm
Weight: approx. 2.6Kg
Power: 110V/230V, 50 - 60 Hz, 2A
PC Requirements: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista min. 1 GB RAM, min. Graphics 1024 x 768 pixels, USB 2.0 port.
Electronics: based on Arduino ONE

DiyouPCB is an experimental open-source project for both hardware and software. It can be distributed, copied and manufactured under the terms of the GPL license V3 (GNU General Public License).

We have designed DiyouPCB with much effort in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY KIND OF WARRANTY; tacit or implicit to no particular purpose. The printer is not perfect. It's simply an EXPERIMENTAL PROTOTYPE which will allow you to research about the use of blue-ray pickups to sensitize photoresist materials.


[Link: Diyouware]
 
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