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ELEGOO ABS-Like 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin

Elegoo Abs-Polymer 3D Printer Resin Lcd Uv-Curing Resin 405Nm Standard Photo Resin, Lcd 3D Printing Clear Blue 500G

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  • What buyers say about ELEGOO ABS-Like 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin


    I have been printing for 3 years now, but I have never used a resin printer, but I can say that the quality is excellent, the print quality is great, and the wash and cure process is even better than FDM.


    It's not hard to find a better resins for the price, as prints aren't so brittle they break when you look at them funny.


    People may be right that if you keep increasing exposure to 12-14s you will be successful, but you need to put in the effort for it.


    I just got my first printer 1.5 weeks ago, and I was wondering what starter material would work best out of the bottle.


    I have been using a mix of Elegoo Abs and Siraya Tenacious for some time now, and it seems to be making my prints more durable, at a slight cost of detail.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is there a better way to clean the print than using ipa? When cleaning it with ipa it turns foggy.

    A:

    You can use a soft bristled toothbrush to make sure you get the uncured resin out of the small details in the first bath.

    Q:

    Is the cured resin flexible for printing miniatures? The current Anycubic resin I am using is too brittle.

    A:

    I had a similar issue with my prints, but using the ABS-Like Resin helped and made sure that I was not overcuring the final print.

    Q:

    I want to make jewelry with it, but I don't have a 3d printer. Can I use it to make it?

    A:

    You could use an object that is 3d printed to produce a silicone mold, which you could later pour cheaper epoxies into.

    Q:

    How do I adjust my exposure settings for black?

    A:

    It is difficult for the light source to pass through deep colors like black, so you need to increase the exposure time, and each layer followed as 15s if you are printing.

    Q:

    How much resin will be used for the 12 inch character?

    A:

    It's difficult to say as each model is its own, but my advice is to use Meshmixer to hollow out your model to a 3mm thickness, which will save you ALOT of resin and a higher chance of falling odd the build plate.

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