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Comgrow Upgrade Creality Halot One Resin 3D Printer

Printing Msla 3D Printer, Creality Halot One Resin 3D Printer, 2 K Mono Lcd Screen Dual Cooling, High Precision Light Source

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  • What buyers say about Comgrow Upgrade Creality Halot One Resin 3D Printer

    I am able to print up to 121 x 160mm with the help of Creality, and I am hopeful that they will eventually offer a monochrome upgrade for the LD-002.

    After watching a video on here, I decided to buy this, Creality LD002R LCD Resin 3D Printer, and we were very happy with how it turned out.

    Creality makes a dedicated washing and curing machine. I bought the AnyCubic 2.0 wash & cure machine while it was on sale, and it is compatible with the 002Rs build plate.

    The platform mounts to the Z axis and you don't have to level it. I did level it, just to make sure, but I haven't had to do it since.

    It has been a great experience so far, and my friend bought a Photon S and I had more successful prints than he has with this for half the price.

    Common Questions


    What is the warranty on the products unit?


    They won't honor a warranty if you don't but it from Creality.


    I'm not sure if anyone has tried to print directly on the bed without supports.


    You can find some tricks, but I haven't gotten it to stop completely. I still prefer the plate printing over supported.


    Will anycubic 3d printer resin with low odor and safety be compatible with this unit?


    I think anything in the 405nm wavelength will work, but it's likely to sacrifice detail quality for these.


    I don't know if the software automatically adds supports where I need them or if I have to place them myself.


    The best results can be found by using meshmixer auto rotating, auto supports, and then manually removing unnecessary supports.


    Is it mono or rgb?


    The new model is monoLD002H.

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