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UV led lamp Epson 1430 /1500W /L1800


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6 ink heads are probably more cost effective you can get a replacement head for about 1/10th of the price of the 8 ink heads and you  do have to replace a few heads,  UV light and temp have a lot to d

Yes they should be ok, you will need a heatsink to mount the leds to and a suitable power supply for them.

Hmm I set one of these 12v 1A and it was more than enough to cure ink I used so  go down as low you can ...Save your printhead life ...

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 Hi, This is some pictures of my lamp Im build with a mosfet for switching, the configuration is simple, 10k to the gate and 100k to the source in the drain there are +VCC 12V 3A for 4 units  UV LED of 10W connecting in parallel and the fan getting the air from down to up of the sink. 

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How it is mounted to printer head ? Just screwed ? Can you post some pictures how it is installed ?  What about this plastic part is is custom made stl ?  Also is it covering full plate as I seen most of UV solutions is  installed just on one side of printer head and not cure full bed .

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had to cut the left side out to fit it and with most converted UV printers you don't get the full cure on the right hand side but being a flat bed you just move it to the left a bit and print good thing about rip software it lets you place your print where you want it on the bed it will print a full A3 size and the watercooled units are the best as the ink mist eventually clogs the cooling block on the fan cooled unit

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On 9/4/2019 at 9:17 PM, maxalford said:

had to cut the left side out to fit it and with most converted UV printers you don't get the full cure on the right hand side but being a flat bed you just move it to the left a bit and print good thing about rip software it lets you place your print where you want it on the bed it will print a full A3 size and the watercooled units are the best as the ink mist eventually clogs the cooling block on the fan cooled unit

do you have it instlled on L1800 ? share pictures how you cutted frame please ... 

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7 minutes ago, Andy - Admin said:

Mount it on the side of the printhead and see if it hits when the head goes all the way over. If so then you need to cut out what it hits

Hahaha :)  good one ;)  I have encoder wheel behind :) It is why askign how the guys done it :) 

 

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