Resin 3D printer for efficient and stylish prints where it is barely possible to see that the models have been printed.
Unlike FDM 3D printers that melt a plastic thread (filament), a resin 3D printer's screen illuminates a liquid (Resin) with UV light which then hardens at each layer. 3D Resin printing provides fantastically fine and high-resolution 3D prints!
The disadvantage of Resin 3D Printers is that it is important that you think about your health. Resin smells a lot and is not good to inhale, use 3D resin printers in well-ventilated areas. For 3D printing with resin printers, a core temperature of approx. 16-25 degrees is recommended, note that you need to adjust the UV exposure time depending on the ambient temperature of the room.
3D Resin printers are used to advantage when high resolution is needed and where you want a model that looks molded. Perfect for 3D prints for example Dungeons and Dragons and other miniatures.