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Software and Printing Tips / Tutorials

Description Here is a collection of videos and web resources to help with learning how to print with the resin style printers. Software Flashprint ( Look under the Dreamer Series) Flashprint from Flas...

Visual Troubleshooting Guide

The Purpose of this Guide This guide will help troubleshoot certain processes both mechanical and software related based on images. The intent is having an easy way of looking through photos and picki...

Calibration and Test STL Files

Calibration and Test Files 3D Printer Calibration Matrix from Thingiverse FormLab’s Formtest STL Titan 2 Calibration Objects LittleRP Calibration Object Skull Ring with Supports Tiny lattice cu...

Easy NanoDLP Install Option

Easy Install Method You will need a RaspberryPi3 to run Nanodlp on and a 8gb or greater SD card. The following kit contains a Pi3, proper power supply and enclosure or the pi3 board only. You can pick...

Changes to the V1.4 (Beta version)

Description of Changes As we know, Wanhao is really fast at implementing changes to their products based on user feedback. The following images will show what has changed in the v1.4 printer that star...

Spare Parts

Spare Parts Here are some links to some spare parts for the D7 resin printer. You can also try and see if Wanhao has them for sale (UV / LCD) by emailing Libby@wanhao3dprinter.com or visiting http:...

Bed Alignment Fix for v1

Description On the v1 D7 printers the bed assembly doesn’t line up with the LCD correctly using the stop on the z bracket so this part can be added to keep the plate from being installed too fa...

Upgrade Fan Kit for v1 and v1.2 Users

Dear D7 V1.0 and V1.2 users, From 26th April 2017, all the D7 printers are in Version 1.3 with side 60*60mm cooling fan. Anyway for any V1.0 and V1.2 user, we would provide V1.3 upgrading Pack and Upg...

Adding a LCD to Nanodlp

Description If you are going to be using a RaspberryPi with Nanodlp installed then this mod may be handy. You can add a 16×2 LCD (I2C protocol) to the pi and then configure Nanodlp to use the LCD...

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