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Photosensitive resins are used on SLA 3D printers (stereolithography) and DLP printers (Digital Light Processing). Laser printers (SLA) and projector printers (DLP) let you print extremely accurate parts with a surface finish worthy of the most sophisticated industrial machines.
The consumable for these machines, photosensitive resin for 3D printing, is solidified by light and heat using the principle of photopolymerisation. The tray containing the resin is traversed by a laser or light projector giving shape to the 3D model.
For SLA technology, SLA resin is crossed by a laser, layer by layer, while for 3D DLP printing, it’s a video projector that projects each image or layer one after another until the final model is created in DLP resin.
Contrary to what some people say, these resins cannot be called 'UV resins' because they do not react to UV rays (not to be confused with UV resin used for DIY).
Compatible with most Formlabs machines, B9 Creator, Ember, you are advised to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for the most successful results.
MadeSolid, Makerjuice, there are many resin manufacturers for 3D printers. If you can, we recommend using the resins from your printer manufacturer to ensure quality prints.