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Liqcreate resins are designed to be compatible with a great number of open-source 3D-printers (385 - 420nm). The printing settings in relation to Liqcreate resins are presented in this article. If there are questions about specific 3D-printing parameters, please contact our experts at email@example.com. The following compatible 3D-printers and settings are available for Liqcreate resins, [...]
The Elegoo Mars LCD 3D printer is an open source printer with a 405 nm light source. The following settings are optimized for Liqcreate resins. Resin Layer thickness Curing time (seconds) Remark Deep Blue 100 µm 35 First layers 2 x 150 seconds 50 µm 26 First layers 2 x 150 seconds 35 […]
The Kelant S400 LCD 3D printer is an open source printer with a 405 nm light source. The following settings are optimized for Liqcreate resins. Resin Layer thickness Curing time (seconds) Remark Deep Blue 100 µm 50 µm 35 µm Stone Coal Black 100 µm 50 µm 35 µm Premium White 100 µm 50 [...]
The Original Prusa SL1 uses MSLA, which means that there is an LED array as it’s light source (405 nm) in combination with an LCD photomask to shape the light image. The SL1 is completely Open Source and therefore has full support for Liqcreate as 3rd party resin. The SL1 is able to reach a [...]
The Peopoly Moai is a SLA 3D-printer with a 70 micron Laser spot size, 140 mw Laser power and 405 nm light source (Laser wave length). This 3D printer is completely open for 3rd party resins. Settings are optimized for the Liqcreate resins. Resin Layer thickness Laser power Remark Deep Blue 100 µm 53 50 [...]