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    Talking New way to wash and cure for resin 3D printers!

    Hi all,

    Some of you may have unpleasant experience of dealing with IPA and sticky part after using the SLA or DLP printers. Also, the current commercial products are way too expensive for normal 3D printing users. I recently found out a good solution which may keep your hands free from all those troubles. Moreover, it is cost-effective. Any comments will be highly appreciated!

    Frontview.jpgAirCure-SideGif.jpgCuring in action.jpg


    Here is the link for more details:

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2041445054/aircure-system-for-sla-printing?ref=discovery&term=aircure

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    This is a cool design, How big is the container?

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    Hi, thanks for your appreciation! The container size is 900ml and should be good for small-medium print.

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    this looks really cool

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    Hello everyone,
    I would like to have your advice for my 3D printing startup. I am planning to provide printing services of customized products like artifacts and medical products like surgical guides. I am not familiar with any designing software nor have I worked on a 3D printer before. Please tell me how should I work to have relevant knowledge to get started in 3D printing business.


    Thanks

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