3D PRINTER FILAMENT DIAMETER SENSING ASSEMBLED VERSION FULL EDITIONDesigned by JasonKits in Malta
Improved NEW Printed Circuit Board Version 3.2 layout now available in blue PCB, Please Note! The 3D Printed part is now available as an option - the unit is shipped without it if not selected fro...Read More…
Improved NEW Printed Circuit Board Version 3.2 layout now available in blue PCB,
The 3D Printed part is now available as an option - the unit is shipped without it if not selected from the menu.
sensor pins are available on 4 pin header
Pre-programmed chip with detection of filament with for 1.75mm or 2.85mm
can be interfaced/connected to any ramps/etc board - output voltage is dependant to filament width
Requires 5 Volts supply -
If you need to experiment with it and need the chip to be accessible, choose option 1 for a socket on the board. the output and supply pins are available on the 4 pin header.
Concept of 3D Filament Width Sensor.
The unit works by using an led to throw light in a tunnel where the filament is being pushed. Beneath the filament there is a 400 dpi sensor that picks the shadow of the filament and the processor translates it to a working voltage. ie 1.75V = 1.75mm filament or 2.85v = 2.85mm filament.
Every Unit is tested before being shipped
Fully Built board with all components and tested by our technician.
Unit consists of :
1 x pcb board Assembled and tested
1 x High brightness led wired to the board.
1 x instruction Manual to hook it up to ramps 1.4.
1 x 3D printed enclosure at 40 % infill - select from Option Menu
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Maltapost: Registered Tracked Parcel
Jose | June 7, 2019
Brian | Nov. 9, 2018
Yan | Dec. 22, 2017
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