The first multifunctional, Open Source 3D resin printer
Stand alone, convenient and compact.
Lumipocket LT Personal Fabricator allows you to bring your Maker projects to a higher level!
Produced thanks to the success of our third crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, Lumipocket LT is an open source project.
We developed it to create a low-cost alternative for all Makers and hobbyists who would like to experience 3D resin printing but have not yet done it because of its costs, offering at the same time a complete and multifunctional machine that can accompany users in creating their own projects. LumiPocket LT is a 3D PRINTER, a LASER ENGRAVER, a PCB ETCHER for presensitized boards.
Your first resin-based 3D printer
Finally, an easy and inexpensive device for your first steps in the world of resin 3D printing, with unmatched results compared to traditional 3D filament printers! Up to 100 microns on all axes.
Prepare and slice your 3d model, save it on SD card: just put it in Lumipocket LT, adjust settings and it will take care of everything else PC connection is not required during printing.
Laser engraving in an extremely compact machine
Whether in 8-bit raster or vector mode, for engraving and personalizing QR code, business cards, coasters and much more!
Stimulate fantasy, choose an image, a logo, a message and engrave on: paper, cardboard, wood, MDF, expanded polystyrene, leather, fruit, chocolate, soap ..
Converter software from raster image to Gcode is free and available here.
Engraving PCB traces in a quick and easy way
Forget the traditional process to make a Pcb at home!
Instead of printing a tracing , place it on the pcb, exposing it all under UV lamps, you just need to position a presensitized base on the LumiPocket LT cart, and the UV laser will directly affect the tracks! The base will then be ready for development. Quick and easy!
LumiPocket LT is an Open Source project: you can find all the details here!
Z axis:1.8° stepper with microstepping, tested Z step: 100 micron
XY axis:belt system, approx. 157.48 step per mm, theoretical resolution 6.35micron (limited by Laser beam size and mechanical constraints)
Laser Beam size:approx. 80-100 micron
Printing/Etching XY size:60x70mm; Z size approx. 5-6cm
Laser Power:~140mw (UV)
Device Power:12V 5A
Typical consumption:around 40-50W
Dimension:diam. 20 cm* h.41 cm