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Dear TI support,
I am a student and I am doing some research on DLP 3D printers. I was trying to calculate the pixel size for a DLP6500. After reading some documents on your website, I found the file 'TIDA-00293 DLP 3D Printer Test Data ' from August 2014. http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/tidu503/tidu503.pdf
In this file an equation is given to calculate the pixel size of the printed object: PixelSize = (EnvelopeWidth) / ((DMDRowCount)*SQRT(2))
On other websites the square root of 2 is not present and I was wondering why it is in your equation. The equation there is made for diamond pixels. As the DLP6500 has orthogonal pixel this should be easier. Is that right?
Hopefully you can help me with this question.