The most used method for cleaning the objects immediately after printing is to plunge or spray them with a 50/50% mix of water and Ethanol, Isopropyl Alcohol or TPM (Tripropylene Glycol Methyl Ether). We discourage from using Methanol as it is toxic. After cleaning the object with the above mix, you can rinse the object, […]
This depends a lot on the output power, desired resolution and setup the printers use. The most common build envelopes in the XY plane range from approx. 50x40mm to 100x80mm. This for off the shelve DLP projector printers with no image shifting and XY resolutions between 0.025 to 0.1mm.
The build base needs to adhere sufficiently to the object so that the first layers of the print attach to it solidly and don’t fall off at any point of the print. Below we list different strategies that have been tested to this effect: • Perforated metal build areas are very effective at fastening the […]
Yes, we have resins that are tested against PDMS (Polydimethylsiloxane-divinyl) silicone. it may also be used on fluorinated films such as FEP and Teflon.
Yes, we have a standard pigmented version of some of our resins that work out of the box in DLP based 3D printers. See our shop section for further details.