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B9Creator - A DIY High Resolution 3D Printer

A project in Deadwood, SD by Michael Joyce
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Your continued support enables advancements of "DIY", high resolution, resin based 3D Printing hardware and software!
Backers: 218
Average Pledge Per Backer: $1331

Funded: $290,150 of $25,000
Dates: Mar 22nd -> Apr 9th (18 days)
Project By: Michael Joyce
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Thank you!

April 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Once again B9Creator supporters have shown they're the best of the best! I really appreciate the confidence you've shown in our company and product. Still 60 minutes left, will we hit $300,000?? Thanks!Mike  (Read More)

Resin-Based 3-D Printer Adds $290K With Second Kickstarter Campaign

April 9th - via: wired.com
Inventor Michael Joyce has developed a 3-D printer that uses an off-the-shelf data projector to create amazingly complex and detailed models instead of displaying tedious PowerPoint slides. Now he's brought his product, the B9 Creator, back to Kickstarter for a second successful campaign with over $290,000 in pledges following a $514,422 haul from June 2012. (Read More)

New parts & some deliveries

April 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Some of the new parts have arrived so I can begin testing them. Photos show the new "flapped" sweeper, machined delrin slide rails, the build table mount with longer legs for the deeper vat. ¬†Also "lots" of lens extension gaskets for the projectors... (Read More)

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April 5th - via: kickstarter.com
We've been posting a lot of images on our Facebook page, check it out!  (Read More)

Interview: Another Kickstarter round for the B9Creator

March 30th - via: hackaday.com
Nearly a year ago, the 3D printing scene saw a few new printers based on a technology other than squirting plastic out of a nozzle. These printers used DLP projectors underneath a vat of UV curing resin to build objects one layer at a time with incredible resolution. (Read More)

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