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Skophy 3D Printer UV Resin Curing Light

Curing Light, 3D Printer Uv Resin Curing Light, 6 High Power, The Uv Led Lamp, 3D Printer Solidify Photosensitive Resin 405 Uv Resin

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We analyzed a total of 64 reviews for this product. Of these, 7 reviews were recent.

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Around 67% of reviews were positive and about 23% were negative.

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8.35 out of 10, based on these 9 factors:

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  • What buyers say about Skophy 3D Printer UV Resin Curing Light


    The setup is pretty bad, but it works better than the mini-UV flashlight that I used before, which was a huge hassle for larger or more delicate items.


    The solar turntable is a great value and the customer service is great. My first shipment was missing bolts but their customer service was fantastic and they made it right away.


    The light, frame, and solar turntable is a great value and I would recommend it to anyone. My first shipment was missing bolts but their customer service was fantastic and they made it right away.


    The kit is nice, it has a small UV light and a solar powered tray that can be turned on and off.


    I have never had any similar experiences with the 4 that I bought, one of which was received with a bent support handle.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is it possible to use this light for curing poured resin objects in molds or is it only for 3-D prints?

    A:

    It's meant for very thin layers and you'd end up with a skin of cured resin over a puddle.

    Q:

    What kind of eye protection would be best for this?

    A:

    For the curing process, I don't wear goggles because I don't want the chips to fly into my eyes.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use this light for curing poured resin objects in molds or is it only for 3-D prints?

    A:

    It's meant for very thin layers and you'd end up with a skin of cured resin over a puddle.

    Q:

    What kind of eye protection would be best for this?

    A:

    For the curing process, I don't wear goggles because I don't want the chips to fly into my eyes.

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