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Compatible 3D-printers with Liqcreate resins

Liqcreate resins are designed to be compatible with a great number of 3D-printers (385 - 420nm). The printing settings for resin 3D-printing with Liqcreate materials are presented in this article. If there are questions about specific resin 3D-printing parameters, please contact our experts at info@liqcreate.com. The following compatible 3D-printers and settings are available for Liqcreate [...]

Where can I find the technical data sheets (TDS)?

The technical data sheet of each Liqcreate resin can be found in this section. All mechanical data is collected according to the measurements explained in this article. Mechanical data of the resin is acquired by 3D printing a sample of the resin and post-processing and post curing it according to the instructions per resin. Mechanical [...]

Elegoo Jupiter compatible resin & 3D-print parameters

The Elegoo Jupiter is a 6K Monochrome LCD/MSLA resin 3D-printer. The Elegoo Jupiter is equipped with a 405 nm light source and is compatible with 3rd party resin. Learn about the different Elegoo Saturn and mars 3d-printers here or on the official Elegoo Saturn website. Thanks to our partner 3D Dental Store for sharing the [...]

Monochrome vs. RGB LCD screen in resin 3D-printing

The basics of resin 3D-printing are based upon the exact curing of resin at a specific location in the XYZ space. Within regular 3D-printers, the Z resolution is better defined as its layer thickness. while the XY resolution is defined by the imaging technology that makes the resin cure. From the earlier days, these were [...]

Photocentric Titan: biggest LCD resin 3D-printer to date

Photocentric has announced a new resin 3D-printer. Over the past years they have already introduced some extremely large LCD / MSLA based type resin 3D-printers with the LCD Opus and the LC Magnus. Now they surprised everybody with an even bigger printer called the Photocentric Titan! This printer has a staggering build volume of 700 [...]

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