3D Printing with the ARM-10

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Re: 3D Printing with the ARM-10

Post by Andrew Dudley » Thu Dec 04, 2014 11:32 am

Here is the short guide about positioning and support generation.

Regarding the resin, you can reuse the resin in the tank for as many prints as needed. So long as the cover is down so no UV light can acivate the resin, you should be OK leaving it for a few months without use. I would recommend if you are leaving it for a long time that you keep the machine out of direct sunlight, and possibly put a cover over it to stop any accidental exposure. Other than that you can reuse the vat, even when it get's a bit of fogging and you need to rotate the tray, you don't need to remove or clean the tank.
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