I recommend you to read review about Hobbyist 3D printers I hope this will help you to understand the basics and professional usage also specification.
I decided on the Longer Orange 10. I’m really excited about the level of detail possible with miniatures on resin printers.
For my first print, I want to make a Tech Deck handrail.
I divided it into pieces to glue together, so it’ll fit in the printer.
The resin I chose is Siraya Blu because of its strength.
I’m still working on perfecting the 3D model though.
Nice, how did it come out?
Thanks! I’m still working on it.
Here are the pieces after curing in the sunlight.
Currently, I’m assembling it by super gluing the pieces together.
Here’s a close up of one of some connections.
I decided on weathered steel paint for a, hopefully, realistic look.
I’ll probably just make the stairs out of cardboard and printer paper with texture images taped on.
I have the ender 4 and ender 10s pro. I really like them because of the cost and post-market modifications. I am exploring coplanar printing now…stronger models and interesting results. Coplanar Printing Overview
How much did that printer set you. Back, really want a resin one now!
I got the Longer Orange 10 for $229 from Amazon. Overall, I’m very satisfied with it.
Also, I got Siraya Blu resin. It’s a relatively strong resin for making working parts.
Heads up, photopolymer resin is not safe to touch until it’s cured. Resin can cause burns & blisters, so it’s dangerous stuff. Be sure to get some nitrile gloves too. I even wore safety goggles. You’ve only got two eyes, so you might as well protect them.
Why check that article? How do we know it contains current information? It’s undated – it could be 5 year old info and mostly worthless today.
Just an observation.