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

Understanding Kudo3D’s PSP Resin Container

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

Layer separation mechanism is one of the most important factor that determines the performance of a bottom-up high resolution SLA 3D printer. Therefore, the resin container is also one of the most important part of a bottom-up high resolution SLA 3D printer. Kudo3D uses a US patented PSP technology to minimize the force required to [...]

Understanding Kudo3D’s PSP Resin Container2017-04-02T03:20:59+00:00

PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process

2019-04-04T22:53:58+00:00

PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process What do you do with the unused resin in the PSP resin container? The great news is that you can recycle the unused resin. When removing the resin container or build platform after printing, please cover the venting holes on top of the printer to avoid dripping resin on the [...]

PSP Resin Container Clean-up Process2019-04-04T22:53:58+00:00