Oh where do I start....? Only yesterday was I moaning about the inconsistency of the Nobel 1.0A print output; https://www.instagram.com/p/BixSL4QH3Wt/?taken-by=druids_delights   And today it seems XYZ put a curse on me, I started another print in the same way I always have and then an hour into the print there were some pretty awful noises coming from the printer.
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with the different Resins available with how well they act as an electrical insulator. Long story short is that we are building a prototype bobbin for a high voltage transformer and curious on how well the insulation properties of the different resins would be. Would one be better than the other.   Types Available include:   Standard Resin
Hi, I'm currently using a FDM printer - Tevo Tarantula, it is open enclosure, in a regular room with a window open with a small breeze. I work especially with ABS, PETG and TPU.   I recently thought about switching to a SLA/DLP printer like Anycubic Photon or Wanhao D7, those are relatively cheap and seem to work well, BUT, WHAT ABOUT THE RESINS?  
I recently ordered parts printed with VisiJet M3-X materials. The parts are placed in an oven at 200F for about 30 minutes. When I placed the parts in the oven after 10 minutes I noticed that the parts changed color, they become whiter, and they also appeared to be "sweating". I asked about the sweating and I was told that it is related to the cleaning process.
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I need your help in finding where can I get  a clear resin that works with Formlabs 2 printer, to print orthodontic appliances(clear aligners and retainers) directly. I don't want a resin to print models then forming appliances with vacuum machine over this model.. this resin need to be clear, rigid enough and compatible with formlabs printer thanks  
This is my first foray into 3-D printing and I would appreciate some insight on if there is any way to make my model design better in any way. After many unsuccessful attempts and wasting a couple hundred dollars trying to replicate and hollow my original hand-made clay design using silicone and resin casting, I am kind of at the end of my rope for patience. I have decided to try out 3-D printing
I would like to print highly transparent parts using Kudo3D Titian2 HR using its highest resolution setting (XY resolution 23um, layer height 5 um). But the recommended clear resin on Kudo3D official website is the Autodesk Clear, which is compatible with only 100um XY resolution. Could anyone recommend some transparent resin which is compatible with high resolution settings of XY 23 um? Thanks!