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ANYCUBIC 3D Printer Resin

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7.87 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about ANYCUBIC 3D Printer Resin

    Grey is the most detail, but also the most brittle, so it needs higher exposure times in order to print correctly.

    The print quality seems to be the same as regular resin, and I did not notice any difference.

    The models are not brittle because of the flex in the resin, and I printed them at.05 layer height and 2.7s per layer.

    I have used about 1/3 of the 2 kilo amount and have very little to show for it. The black was good, I had a few failed prints but it was over all good and I have finished off that bottle.

    I have tried several brands of Mars and this is the best, it does not smell bad, and I get consistently good results with minimal effort.

    Common Questions


    Is it possible to dispose of failed prints?


    If they are printed with ECO resin, cure it on the sun and move to Bin.


    Is there a better end to the 355-410 spectrum than the 382-383 bell curve?


    It depends on environment, so there is no correct answer.


    To make sure, the yellow resin is opaque or translucid, please do this.


    I got the pink and it was opaque, I believe they're all opaque.


    I am looking for non-isopropanol clean up, is this water washable?


    The product description says to wash it with alcohol for at least 30 seconds or with a dish wash liquid solution, but it sounds like you can use dish washing soap + water.


    Is it possible to dispose of this in the sink instead of taking it to a recycling plant?


    You don't have to take it to a special facility if you cure it, and it's not hazardous waste.

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