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LONGER Orange 10 Resin SLA 3D Printer

this 3D Printer, 12 month machine warranty, Safety temperature Warning system, improved printing quality, 4.5 ' ' LCD screen and FEP film

8.5
Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.5010
H&F Rating 225 reviews
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What We Like

  • Equipped with 2.8-inch colorful touch screen that offers easy usage
  • Offers high temperature warning that protects the printer from damage
  • Features upgraded UV-LED module that offers better printing result

Disadvantages

  • Lack adequate instructions

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About LONGER Orange 10 Resin SLA 3D Printer

LCD uses an array of LEDs shining through an LCD to project the UV light to cure the resin. The longer brand is outstanding in this new technology, as have strong R&D team specializes in the newest 3D printing technology and production&Quality system, always provide high-quality 3d printers to all valued customers. LCD printer vs. FDM -Precision and ease of use. SLA LCD printing doesn't require as much setup as FDM printing, easier to start printing. SLA 3d printer supports offline printing by transmitting job file data from the TF card. It can meet the needs of more than 90% of customers, especially suitable for teaching, amateurs, designer and artists, etc. Professional software outputs 100M files in 1 minute, 3 times faster than the open-source solution. High-temperature warning, when the UV LED temperature is abnormal, it will auto-pause, and resume print after back to normal.

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We analyzed 57,099 reviews for 193 products in the 3D Printers category.

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We analyzed a total of 225 reviews for this product. None were recent.

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Around 67% of reviews were positive and about 28% were negative.

Final Score:

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8.46 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

  • Build quality
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Overall performance
  • Print quality
  • Tech support
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about LONGER Orange 10 Resin SLA 3D Printer


    I got this to learn about it and also to get the most messy and stinky photoresist printer that you can get for $79.


    It is easy to set-up and use, and there are only 5 or 6 settings that really make a difference in the end.


    The metal, well-built machine is solid, but I think the software and more random points will end up being the points of failure rather than the body of the machine.


    The print area is a decent size, and even if the touch screen response is a little iffy, I have never had a problem getting through the menu (after a few touches) and getting the job done.


    This is a great printer for the money, and I have had a chance to learn about the software, setup, and preparation/handling techniques for resin printing, I feel compelled to add my review.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    What is the resolution of the liquid crystal display?

    A:

    The Orange 10 display has a resolution of 854*480pixel and a size of 115.

    Q:

    How many 28mm miniatures would I get out of a 500mL or 1000mL bottle of resin?

    A:

    That gets you 2.625 cm, assuming 28mm tall, 15mm wide, and 7mm deep.

    Q:

    Is this printer capable of printing resume when it works for a long time at high temperature?

    A:

    This printer has a unique device that monitors temperature during the printing process, automatically pause or stop printing when the temperature exceeds limits, resume printing when temperature normalizes.

    Q:

    Is this printer compatible with a mac?

    A:

    Yes. Our slicing software supports Windows and Mac, and we can use our own developed software" LongerWare" or Chitubox software for slicing.

    Q:

    Do you have to use the included one or is this compatible with any slicer?

    A:

    There is a Chitubox profile for the Longer Orange 10 and Orange 30 and a PDF file with instructions on the micro SD card that comes with the printer.

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