SLA technology creates objects by submerging into a vat of resin and curing specific areas using a laser - over and over and over again. This print is set to 10 layers per millimeter, and that's the lowest resolution.
Assembling the @nyctrainsign, a live display showing the next two trains at your local station. It's made with a @raspberrypi and pulls data directly from @mtanyctransit servers - custom programmed for you. We created the frame to be easily assembled, economical, and efficient. It can be wall or table mounted.
Clear resin pen with screw top. Perfect for seeing ink level and color - I like using a second color for dimensions and certain notes.
Enjoy the weekend 🌳☀️🍻
When production lets the design team slice for the @formlabs - you know there will be miniatures
These were all printed in PLA (polylactic acid) a biodegradable plastic that is one of the top thermoplastics used by 3D printers. It is compostable at an industrial level (meaning it technically won't break down in your back yard bin) but the systems built around it are improving and becoming more readily available. Outside of 3D printing you will find it used for eco friendly plastic utensils and cups. While it isn't the perfect sustainable solution, it's a giant leap from oil based plastics.