Tallinn University of Technology

Prototyping Laboratories

The laboratories in the Electrical Power Engineering and Mechatronics institute have up-to-date workplaces which students can use for both teaching and student work.
The use of hardware and software in the laboratories is possible via prior agreement.

NRG-202 Prototyping Laboratory

The laboratory is equipped with three Anycubic Vyper 3D printers.

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                    Learn more about the printer here.

The most important parameters to consider when using these machines:
•    Printing Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
•    Build Volume: 245mm(L)×245(W)×260mm(H)
•    Print resolution: ±0.1mm
•    Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
•    Support for filaments: PLA, TPU, ABS, PETG, Wood PLA
Printing is mainly done using PLA filament (white, blue, red). If necessary, other filaments can be purchased.
Printing can be done independently if the user is sufficiently experienced. If that is not the case, then the models (.stl files) can be sent to: viktor.rjabtsikov@taltech.ee or martin.sarap1@taltech.ee. There it is necessary to add the material type, color, and infill amount.

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Сontaсt: Viktor RJABTSIKOV ja Martin SARAP

The laboratory is equipped with one ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X printer.

The most important parameters to consider when using these machines:

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  • System: ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X
  • Software: ANYCUBIC Photon workshop, Chitubox
  • Technology: LCD-based SLA
  • XY Res.: 0.050mm 3840*2400(4K)
  • Z Axis Res.: 0.01mm
  • Layer Res.: 0.01-0.15mm
  • Printing Speed: MAX 60mm/h
  • Build Volume: 192mm (L)*120mm (W)*245mm(H)
  • Material: 405nm UV Resin

The printing can be done only through the supervisors.
Contact: viktor.rjabtsikov@taltech.ee or martin.sarap1@taltech.ee.

The workstations include:

  • LF-8000 soldering and desoldering station which can be used to solder electronic components.
  • UT61 multimeter, which can measure various electrical values, such as voltage, current, resistance, etc.
  • HM8030-6 signal generator, which can generate an electrical signal with various parameters, such as waveform, output voltage and frequency.
  • Digital oscilloscope TBS 1072B-EDU, which can be used to measure time-varying electrical quantities and visualize the waveforms.
  • DC power supply TLMB12 and TL303, which allow for the testing of electronic components at different voltages.
      - TLMB12 is equipped with multiple outputs and has the following voltage levels:
                    • Outputs 1: 1.5 / 3 / 4.5 / 5/6 / 9V at 1A
                    • Outputs 2: 3.3 / 5V at 3A
                    • Outputs 3 and 4: 12 / 15V at 1A
      - TL303 can be used at a voltage of 0-30V and outputs up to 3A of current.