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How important are details in your 3D prints? Have you tried switching between different LCD 3D printers or 3D printing resins? If you’ve been struggling getting dimensionally accurate 3D prints using Anycubic Photon S or other LCD based 3D printer – this article is for you.
If you are new to resin 3D printing, you may be inclined to use default 3D printing settings. In this article we will cover why using default settings for your raft layer may be a bad idea.
A case study of 3D printed linear gear for high precision extensometer. This article covers all steps of 3D printing process up until the final result.
ViLim Ball is a therapeutic device which was created for reduction of symptoms for Essential tremor, Parkinson’s disease and Rheumatoid arthritis. Read how we 3D printed its housing.
Although many of us use IPA (isopropyl alcohol) to clean our DLP 3D printed models, not many know what impact it may have on their 3D prints. In this edition we will conduct an experiment on how IPA can affect our SLA 3D prints.
Sometimes after 3D printing with resin you only get support structures on the build plate instead of the intended object. We share key reasons behind why this happens and why support fail. Learn why support structures are needed in the first place and how to properly set them up for SLA 3D printing.
In a previous blog post “6 Key Principles of 3D Printing Supports that Work” we have covered why support structures are needed, how to properly set them up for SLA 3D printing and the key reasons behind failing supports. This time we set out to prove our assumptions with an experiment.