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#1
Hello all!

Found this forum looking for some advice on resin printing.

I am actually very well versed in FDM printing having built 5 FDM printers and using 3 currently.

I have purchased a longer orange 10 resin printer with the hopes of elevating my TPU prints with some flexible resin print quality.

Thanks for reading.
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(08-21-2020, 01:49 PM)fpvmiller Wrote: Hello all!

Found this forum looking for some advice on resin printing.

I am actually very well versed in FDM printing having built 5 FDM printers and using 3 currently.

I have purchased a longer orange 10 resin printer with the hopes of elevating my TPU prints with some flexible resin print quality.

Thanks for reading.

Thanks for joining!

In comparison resin printing is a breeze once you get over dealing with the resin. Did you get a wash and cure unit? They are well worth it. I reviewed one here https://into3dp.com/Thread-Review-Anycubic-Wash-Cure-Machine

Probably for me the most frustrating part of resin printing was getting Chitubox working properly. Slicing software for resin printing has not been developing for as long as FDM so it can be a hassle at times. Now that I have it working its fine though Smile
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I purchased this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086274P54/ref...qFbNE1S7K7

I got the longer orange 10 for its price and that its slicer got good reviews alongside it.

Storing resin is not new to me since I have resins regularly for my fiberglass/carbon fiber projects. I am just unsure if the printer requires specialized venting/filtering while printing.

If my weekend plans don't change I hope to have the printer assembled at the least.
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(08-22-2020, 01:27 AM)fpvmiller Wrote: I purchased this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086274P54/ref...qFbNE1S7K7

I got the longer orange 10 for its price and that its slicer got good reviews alongside it.

Storing resin is not new to me since I have resins regularly for my fiberglass/carbon fiber projects.  I am just unsure if the printer requires specialized venting/filtering while printing.

If my weekend plans don't change I hope to have the printer assembled at the least.

Let us know how you go Big Grin
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Welcome  Smile
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#6
It seems I'm a bit late to the party, but welcome Smile
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#7
Never too late for a party Snow :-).
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