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February 27th, 2017 08:40 AM
Mikistromar
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by binjoder
do you mean 100L per minute ???? at the moment difficult, but no problem thankx for you offer got it.
binjoder,
how work you project in hidrogen gas. Do you finish or not.
Rgs Miki
March 29th, 2015 07:38 PM
Mikistromar
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

My UV led is 20W.
March 29th, 2015 06:32 PM
camposz
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikistromar
Hello,
Almost finished producing UV diy epson dtg full automatic. But need for dtg quality UV CISS for UV led ink. Has anyone tested any less aggressive UV inks. I tested Aomya uv ink but not so good.
see video tested with normal paper ink
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OS0...ature=youtu.be
BEST INK UV, IS FIREBIRD INK. expensive but the best

ONE question, your lamp uv led is of 30 or 50 watts?
February 2nd, 2015 08:36 AM
Mikistromar
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Hello,
Almost finished producing UV diy epson dtg full automatic. But need for dtg quality UV CISS for UV led ink. Has anyone tested any less aggressive UV inks. I tested Aomya uv ink but not so good.
see video tested with normal paper ink
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OS0...ature=youtu.be
January 17th, 2015 10:37 AM
Mikistromar
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Hi guys,
administrator remove my post out of the forums because we don't allow self promotion or offering your own products/services in the forum threads.
More info here: Rules on Self Promotion, Link Dropping, Sales Posts and Service Request Posts

Because missing my post, not removed my self.
January 8th, 2015 05:48 AM
alexacart
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

The biggest obstacle is The ecoder impulse signal amplify and motor reduction ratio setting.
January 7th, 2015 01:24 PM
skip20
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Been a long time since I was here.
Still working on my 50" table top to move up & down & the printer is mounted on a moving platform.
After finding his YouTube had to check out this post.
The only thing I can see is it's NOT a spindle.
A spindle is a motor to hold the cutters to engrave on a CNC Router.
It's called a LEADSCREW & he using the ones on eBay from China.
I'm using a acme screw with 10 turns per inch which will have a 23 (200steps) stepper or DC motor using the encoded still mounted on the printer as the UFOPrinter.
Have a friend to help with the programming I hope.
DC motor make more since as the is what the Epson R2000 use's.
A DC motor is not a SERVO till it has an encoded with it.
Have build a number of CNC table with Servo & stepper over the many years & converted a few machines to CNC.
January 7th, 2015 05:56 AM
Stuart21
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Glad you have got it going Miki, but looks like it would help to be deaf! ;-)
January 7th, 2015 04:55 AM
wijnendael
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Hi Mikistromar i like your work on the moving platen using the arduino module, i have been working on similar using a microcontroller but cannot obtain the speed for the encoder can you please tell me which arduino board you have used to acheive your results so that i can maybe also look into using one ( do not require any of your coding work just the part number for the board)
January 6th, 2015 08:34 AM
adytt
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikistromar
For move the printer up and down i use a new arduino controller with a secondary driver and stepper motor.
I thought so .
Good Job, now you have a custom build printer that has all the features that are provided by the more expensive printers.

You should experiment a little with building an automatic sprayer for the pretreatment.
The most simple that comes in my mind is to use the spraying cap from the Wagner sprayer on a Y axis cnc like moving from left to right and underneath a X axis that moves a tshirt plate.
You need to find a good syncronization between the the X and Y axis moving speed so that you get a good pretreatment for the t-shirt.
January 6th, 2015 07:14 AM
kadoshinfor
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

very good
very good
October 28th, 2014 10:21 PM
dijitprinter
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikistromar
Hello,
manufactures DTG printer for t-shirts.
I need to print on t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweaters ...
However, I used original Epson dc motor. The motor is in the tests was strong enough,
but the problem arose when stopping tables. Followed by leap in printing
Therefore, I am looking for a solution by replacing dc epson motor with a stepper or servo.
Looking for help but I think it's not such a secret. Otherwise, the matter may save myself
but I need 6 months to explore the best solution as it is a UFO in China. Praying for answers.
Greetings from Slovenia.


Hi bro can you help me . I wana L 800 epson printer convert to flatped printer.

I have ask a quation.

You've gained experience in this regard. I removed the transfer of cleaning* system gear.

That's why the system does not work. The fatal error.
September 28th, 2014 03:30 AM
quickflicks
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by dijitprinter
I have got profesionel 3d design.
What does that mean?
Can you share a picture?
September 27th, 2014 09:08 AM
dijitprinter
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by perseot
Perfect, I will try to implement the above ... thanks
Did the stepper motor to control the y-axis. ?

I'll do flatped.

I have got profesionel 3d design.
September 15th, 2014 06:24 AM
spudsuds
Re: Build DTG printer A3+ with Epson R1900

Quote:
Originally Posted by priest
The reason is for most builds even commercial ones if you print on black there has to be an underbase. Moving your platen back manually changes the registration.
Not if you turn off the PF sensor with a toggle switch or simply lift the platen bed above the shaft so it does not turn. Set a dead stop at the end of your bed so it always returns to the same position.
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