- Low odor, quick curing, no deformation in molding, smooth surface, high precision.
- The finished model can directly be washed via ethyl alcohol and the model doesn’t sticky.
- The finished good has some degree of toughness and hardness.
- The feature comparison of commonly used resins (25℃，50-60%RH).
- Product Category: Standard Resin
- Ingredient: Photoinitiator, mill base, monocase, epoxy acrylate.
- Color: Black, white, gray, clear, skin color, cyan, magenta, yellow
- Q: The surface of the print is whitening after the secondary curing. Why?
A: It’s caused by the surface of resin is not being cleaned thoroughly.
- Q: Must I wear gloves to touch resin?
A: Gloves are recommended because allergic people will have skin allergies after touching the resin. Of course, this is a special group, and there are also many people who touch resin directly with their hands. Anyway, wearing gloves can be safer.
- Q: Is there any way to remove the white spot produced by removing supports?
A: You might as well rub such thing as hand cream to the white spot area, and that’s very effective.
- Q: Why my prints have cracks after being stored for a period of time?
A: The main reasons are that the resin print absorbs moisture and there is residual resin on outer and inner surfaces of the model. There are some conditions that can lead to cracking:
- The print is hollow but there are isolation layers, hollow missing and other improper model data. So the residual resin in the inner surface of the model cannot be removed sheer.
2) The print is hollow and there are some residual resin or the mixture of resin and ethyl alcohol so that the inner and outer contractilities are not equal.
3) The print is hollow and there is still some residual water after washing. The resin absorbs the water then expand and crack.
4) The model is stored in the environment with high humidity. The resin absorbs the water then expand and crack. If your storage environment is wet for a long time, we recommend that you periodically clearing damp to extend the service longevity.
- Q: The bottom plate is warped during printing. Why?
A: The curing time of the bottom layer is not enough, resulting in insufficient adhesion between the model and the printing platform.
- Q: Why the delamination appears between the bottom and other layers?
A: The delamination mainly occurs on the model printed by monochrome screen printer on which the exposure time and the bottom-layer exposure time have too large differences.
The solution is that on the premise of ensuring the success rate of printing, the number of transition layers should be increased or the exposure time of the bottom layer should be reduced during slicing, that is, the difference between the exposure time and the exposure time of the bottom layer should be reduced.
- Q: The printing is over, there is nothing on the printing platform, but there is cured resin on the release film?
A: Possible reasons: the platform does not pull up the model due to insufficient curing time of the bottom layer, and the lifting distance is not enough, leading to the failure of demoulding of the model.
- Q: Clear resin is yellowing, why?
A: It is normal for rigid transparent resin to slightly yellow, which can be reduced by reducing the exposure time or post-curing time.
- Due to the problems in the formula, the yellowing of transparent resin is a normal phenomenon. The yellowing degree can be reduced by reducing the exposure time or post-curing time. It is suggested to spray gloss oil on the surface of the model to increase the transparency. In addition, we have a more transparent and non-yellowing resin.
- We recommend that you place the model in a transparent glass basin filled with water and then place it in a UV curing box for post-curing. (The power of the UV curing box is generally high, and it is easy to cause the model to be baked and oxidized, thus turning yellow. Using water to reduce the surface temperature of the model can effectively protect the model, and the curing effect will not be significantly reduced.)
- Q: The finished model can easily break, why?
A: The standard resin and water-washable resin are rigid resins and cannot be used as functional resins. They can only print decorative models. To print the practical model or workpiece, you are suggested to use ABS-like resin with the higher strength, better toughness and better performance.
- Q: If the resin is not used for a long time, delamination will occur. Why?
A: That is normal. The resin formula contains colour paste, which will precipitate and separate after standing for some time. After you stir the resin with a glass rod, the resin can return to a normal state. If the colour paste still precipitates after stirring, it indicates that the resin can no longer be used.
- Q: How can I know that my model has been washed well?
A: After washing and drying, there is no wet reflective spots.
After the secondary curing, the surface color of the model is uniform, without white spots or dark spots.
- Q: I print according to the recommended parameter table, but my printing effect is bad Why?
A: First, make sure the printer is in normal working condition. Secondly, the recommended parameters are given in a specific environment, especially the temperature. Customers need to make adjustments according to the actual ambient temperature. Generally speaking, the lower the temperature is, the longer the exposure time can be.