The Standard Blend resin works with any light source with a wavelength of 225nm to 415nm – this means there is no need to modify DLP 3D printers. Standard Blend resin also work reliably with some models of SLA printers.
A DLP Printer with a 180 watt lamp will cure a 0.05mm layer in approximately 2 seconds. A 240 watt lamp will cure a 0.05mm layer in half a second. With the Standard Blend resin you have hardening times among the fastest of all the resins on the market.
Super easy to use
The Standard Blend resin comes ready to use with pigments already optimised and mixed in.
After initial calibration, there is nothing else to worry about. Special formulation has brought down average shrinkage on these resins to approximately 0.5% (the industry average is 3.5%).
The Standard Blend resin have a very faint odour and cause minimal skin irritation as compared to other resins.
When fully cured the Standard Blend resin has a hardness of approximately 35 shore D (what does this mean?). Standard Blend resin has also been tested and proven to withstand a myriad of different chemicals including water, acetone, alcohol and thinner.
3D printing resin Fun To Do Standard Blend characteristics
|Viscosity||at 25°C||100 mPa.s|
|Hardness (Shore D)||35|
To clean and remove excess resin, agitate the 3D printed part in an ultrasonic cleaner with TEK1969 cleaning or in a simple vat with TEK1960 solvent* for 1-2 minutes until all excess resins has been removed.
Do not soak in acetone. Do not leave the 3D part soaking in the liquid. Use a soft brush if necessary.
Clean off any excess of liquid with a cold blowdryer or compressed air.
Leave under the sun or in a UV lamp to cure. The resin is fully cured when fingernails do not leave scratch marks on the object.
*We do not recommend the use of denatured or isopropyl alcohol (IPA). It is very aggressive on the polymerized resin and it could weaken the structure of the 3D part. It is also flammable and potentially harmful to people and the environment.
Store the resin in a dry, cool, shaded place out of direct sunlight.
More information about Standard Blend is available at FunToDo.