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DruckWege Type D Pro Resin

DruckWege Type D Pro Resin

A test print with Type D Pro resin with Mono1. It was printed at xy 45 microns and a layer thickness of 100 microns. The printing parameter is same as other Type D resins and the output was almost identical to its normal black resin. After UV curing the surface is smooth and dry (no tackiness). It endures a large deflection and restores to original shape slowly. Thin and small structures are still fragile, however I believe it will fit into many practical applications where high resolution prints should withstand moderate stress.

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Official release of our second printer, Mono2!

We are glad to announce the release of our second 3D resin printer, Mono2. The Mono2 has upgraded features compared to Mono1 for potential users who need a larger build volume and a stable enclosed system. It features a resin mixer, a motorized projector slider, and a wide range of usable pixel sizes (23, 46, 70, 80 microns) and very tall build height (230 mm). For a limited time, Mono2 comes with Mono1 vat adapter and 1 set of build platform and resin vat, so you can use smaller vat for high resolution printing while use a large (Mono2) size...

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Regional reseller in Mexico, Central and South America

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Regional reseller in Mexico, Central and South America

We're glad to work with our new regional reseller, Sofer.co in Mexico. They'll also work with customers in Central and South America. They have been working on high resolution 3D printings and provided their expertise to jewelers for many years, so we believe the addition of Sofer.co will accelerate our growth and offer more affordable and capable 3D printers to more customers.  Please stop by their website and contact them if you're located in those areas. 

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Druckwege Type D Clear Resin

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Druckwege Type D Clear Resin

This is a brief and short report on Druckwege(DW) type D clear resin with Mono1 and Mono2 DLP printers. I decided to try this new resin out after I read an article by lenne0815 on Google +. His review is so through that you can easily compare many aspects of the resin to currently popular low cost resins such as Fun To Do Industrial blend (IB) resins. I've been also using FTD IB, Snow white (SW), and Deep black (DB) for many months, so I've also compared the DW clear with FTD IB resins.  You may want to read the lenne0815's review first...

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Fast printing with a PDMS resin tank

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Fast printing with a PDMS resin tank

One of the 3D printing community's strong interests is fast printing without waiting hours to print 1 inch tall object. A print speed of 1 inch/hr is considered as standard for DLP based printers. The most time consuming step besides actual exposure is separating the cured layer from container bottom and refilling the gap with liquid resin. To do this, the build platform needs to move vertically or horizontally, which takes 2-7 seconds per each layer depending on mechanism, settings, build area, and resin.  A key is how to make an inhibition layer. CLIP technology from Carbon3D offers a true continuous printing,...

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