Kudos Autodesk! They even announced that they will make their Ember DLP 3d printer open source also.
It is licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
Here are the reasons for open sourcing it from the source webpage:
- We have an open approach, and encourage the use of 3rd-party materials in our printer. We include 3rd-party materials in the defaults for Ember's online model preparation and slicer, and are adding more as we optimize their settings for Ember: you can check them out at emberprinter.com. (You don't actually need an Ember to use the site.) This Instructable describes how to test new resins:
- Autodesk is thinking differently about 3D printing, and sharing under an license reflects our commitment.
- Open sourcing our resin formulation is only the first step in the journey of opening our 3D printer and our Spark 3D printing platform.
- Photoinitiator: 2,4,6-Trimethylbenzoyl-diphenyl-phosphineoxide (TPO) 0.40%
- UV blocker: 2,2’-(2,5-thiophenediyl)bis(5-tert-butylbenzoxazole) (OB+) 0.16 %
- Reactive diluent: Genomer 1122 19.89%
- Oligomer: Ebecryl 8210 39.78%, Sartomer SR 494 39.77%
Are those ingredients even available for open sale?
Huge moves in the industry ... will this Spark the DLP 3d printers revolution?