RICH-OPTO 3D Printer Resin UV-Curing
High Precision, Low Odor, Diy Colors, A More Stable And Durable 3D Printing Surface, The 3D Printer, Rapid High Precision Quick Curing Standard Photopolymer Resolution Low Odor
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What buyers say about RICH-OPTO 3D Printer Resin UV-Curing
I have used many different types of resins for printing, including Monocure, Siraya, and Rich-Opto.
I was disappointed with the transparent red, I was hoping for something closer to a transparent traffic light red, instead the transparent red is a few shades darker.
The prints were very brittle and were not a good use for engineering parts.
The titles are great for this, if you want a clear print and some nice colors, do buy it, it's awesome! I'm halfway into my first bottle today, and all I can say is it's awesome!
I like the idea of a bottle that doesn't make a huge mess and it has a collapsible funnel that makes it easier to open and close.
Is it possible to mix colors to make new colors?
You can mix other photosensitive resins to create your own colors.
I bought the resin, but I am not sticking with it, what are the recommended parameters?
I think the LD-002H is the same as my Anycubic Photon Mono, with a 2.5S layer time for the white and 3S layer time for the black.
How do you post the treat so it isn't sticky after UV treatment?
I use a pre wash and a post wash which has really helped. My post wash alcohol is really clean.
What is the recommended operating temperature for this type of material?
I was very pleased with the result, even though it was below recommended temp, and printed with the black at 66*F.
The bottle says a low odor, but it would like to hear from some users.
I'm a fan of this line of resin, it has a very low odor.