Siraya Tech Fast ABS-Like 3D Printer Resin
The Siraya Tech Store, Lcd Dlp 3D Printing Liquid Standard Photopolymer Resin, Uv Curing Non Brittle High Precision 3D Printing Liquid Standard Photopolymer Resin, 3D Printer Resin
What We Like
- Made of fast printing and CuringSiraya tech ABS-Like resin that effectively increases printing speed
- Features Siraya tech fast resin that is very easy to clean
- Comes with a matte finish that reduces light reflection to reveal even more details
- may not be suitable for printing large volumes
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We analyzed 7,088 reviews for 46 products in the 3D Printing Liquid category.
We analyzed a total of 234 reviews for this product. Of these, 34 reviews were recent.
Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 17% were negative.
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What buyers say about Siraya Tech Fast ABS-Like 3D Printer Resin
If you're new to the process, you should use denatured alcohol instead of isopropyl alcohol. It's almost impossible to find IPA right now, and you're limited to how much you can buy due to COVID-19.
The Photon S., Positives:, sticks to the plate like cement even with low bottom layer settings, and is very sensitive, so you can use fast print settings.
I cure all of the parts in a UV chamber for a few minutes on each side, and then use a hair dryer to dry them out.
The Grey was very good, but the Navy Grey is even better.
The smell is low but not "no odor", and I am sensitive, so I think it's a 5 on the stink scale.
What is the flavor of this?
It might have been out of date because it was orange with the taste of a dead cat.
Is this compatible with Anycubic Photon?
You can find out more about exposure time on siraya.tech, as this is a specifically designed for LCD printers.
I can't find a user guide on your website, it's not in the spreadsheet or support page. Can someone tell?
It doesn't matter who you are, you will get what you want.
Does this resin need to be heated up to 25c?
I've had good results with this resin at 16c without any need to preheat the resin, and I'm printing inch-high plastic miniatures with high detail and no issues.
I'm not sure what the "um" rating on this resin means, but I'm hopeful it means I can print up to 50um and below.
If you want to keep the cost down, we recommend that you stick with the recommended 50um layer height on a MSLA printer.