Introduction

NanoDLP is the web interface and slicer software for your SLA, LCD and DLP 3D printers that allows you to monitor and control your 3D printers. The goal of this document is to make you familiar with how to run NanoDLP and its functionalities.

Ecosystem

NanoDLP consists of different solutions for different purposes:

  • NanoDLP
  • NanoSupport
  • NanoDLP official controller board

NanoDLP

It is standalone all-in-one controller and host solution to slice and print 3D objects on SLA and SLS machines. It does provide web interface and could run on any platform (ARM, PC, Mac and etc). Considering its capabilities requirements to run it pretty low and majority of users running it on Raspberry Pi.

NanoSupport

3D editor which could be used to put support on 3D objects before sending to the NanoDLP or any other controller.

NanoDLP official controller board

The controller board support different hardwares needed in order to operate 3D printer.

This document

NanoDLP documentation arranged in three different sections.

Get started

This part focused with mostly getting familiar with basic concepts and commands needed in order to run NanoDLP on Raspberry Pi.

User manual

You could find detailed description on all NanoDLP individual features.

Guide

Here you could find guides on more advanced features or concepts needed to run and operate NanoDLP on different OSes with different hardwares.

Contribution

You can contribute to this document through Github. To ease contributions under each pages you could find link to same page on github. The pages are in Markdown Format.

The next step

The next step you need to go through is Installation →.

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