How Do I Set Up the Printing Parameters?

2017-12-20T07:43:20+00:00

Another key part of learning the printing process is to understand how to set the printing parameters within in the Kudo3D software. There is no “one-fits-all” parameter number that can be duplicated for any type of resin or with any type of 3D design. This being said, the printing parameters will differ every time you [...]

How Do I Set Up the Printing Parameters?2017-12-20T07:43:20+00:00

Why Cured Layers Could Stick to the Resin Container

2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

For a bottom up stererolithography 3D printer, a cured resin layer may stick to the vat floor and be hard to separate. Silicone is often used as the vat floor because of its elasticity that can facilitate the separation of cured layers. However, the resins will gradually react with silicone and the silicone will turn [...]

Why Cured Layers Could Stick to the Resin Container2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

What is Background Curing?

2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

What exactly is background curing and what is the impact of it on your print? Background exposure, as the name suggests, is the light that appears in the background. Ideally, the background should be fully black with no light at all. However, for DLP, there always is residual light scattering back into the lens and [...]

What is Background Curing?2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

Understanding Kudo3D High Resolution Calibration Model

2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

Other than being one very interesting print, the Kudo3D high resolution calibration model has some special key points that will help you optimize the exposure time for a specific resolution. In addition to seeking normal exposure times, this high resolution sample also provides a plethora of other information about the resin. Once the normal exposure [...]

Understanding Kudo3D High Resolution Calibration Model2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

Resin and PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process

2017-02-20T11:34:06+00:00

Resin and PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process What’s next after you finish printing and post-processing? At first glance, cleaning up after printing with resin seems like a messy task, especially when compared to FDM 3D printing. However, the clean-up process is actually pretty simple: Recycle. Wash. Dry. And you're ready to begin printing again. We'll [...]

Resin and PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process2017-02-20T11:34:06+00:00

Post-Process Your SLA Prints in 4 Easy Steps

2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00

Post-Process Your SLA Prints in 4 Easy Steps In the past, post-processing a print was a long labor-intensive process full of sanding and grinding in order to achieve a professional finish. With the Titan 1 DLP SLA printer, the 3D prints are produced with a smooth professional finish, greatly reducing the energy and time required [...]

Post-Process Your SLA Prints in 4 Easy Steps2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00

Experience share – How to prepare 3D files (II)

2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00

4. Layout We usually arrange layouts in "Blender", you can use other free softwares for the same purpose. Import all models intended to be printed at the same time to "Blender". Resize, reorient and reposition the models within build boundary. Level the models to the floor of the boundary. Might need to open some holes [...]

Experience share – How to prepare 3D files (II)2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00

Experience share – How to prepare 3D printable image files (I)

2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00

We have printed many 3D models during the development of our 3D printer Titan1. Preparing a 3D image file before printing is not as straightforward as preparing a 2D image file. Here we are going to share our experiences for preparing a 3D printable model. If you design your own 3D models, you may skip [...]

Experience share – How to prepare 3D printable image files (I)2017-04-02T03:21:00+00:00