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    cool. let us know how it goes

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    Hi,

    We will soon be releasing a printer designed for jewelry/miniatures production. It uses an HD projector and has an adjustable resolution from 41.6 microns XY (80x45mm build area) down to 25 microns XY (48x27mm). It has a very smooth and trouble-free peeling method for a professional surface finish. Below is a recent print from our final prototype. It isn't jewelry, but it shows the excellent brightness and focus uniformity across the full 25 micron XY build area.



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    Our customer printed this beautiful ring with Solus (www.reify-3d.com):


    Alloy: High Palladium 18ct White Gold (7.91g)
    Diamonds: 15 x 0.35ct, GIA G VS1 Ex/Ex/Ex


    Print in B9 Cherry:
    - Projector settings: Eco mode, 50% Brightness, 60% contrast, 1.8 Gamma
    - Exposure settings:
    - Slice Thickness: 0.025
    - Exposure time 2500 (ms)
    - 1 Bottom layer at 10000 (ms)
    - Lift & Sequence time 6000 (ms)
    - Z Lift 4mm
    - Z Lift speed 120
    - Z Retract 250
    - Slide Tilt 3


    - Print time: 2 hours 48 mins
    - Model Height including support and long prongs 29.62mm







    Mark

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    I am wondering if anybody else has any experience with creating castable models with either the Solus DLP or B9 creator printers, and what the capacity is per day of printing.
    So one ring takes almost 3 hours, but how much time would a full build volume take? I would estimate, given that the Solus could print 30 rings in one volume, it to take a full day.

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    I've never even seen a Solus in person, but I've been using a B9 for a while now. It's hard to say exactly how long an unknown print would take, but projection printers are pretty fast compared to machines that need to trace the whole part on each layer. It doesn't really matter that much how much stuff is on each layer, since the whole slice is exposed at the same time. The main thing that takes time is the peel/raise/wipe/reset cycle. The time that will require is determined by the height of the part and the layer thickness.

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