Wanhao Duplicator 7 UV Resin 3D Printer (D7) – Version 1.3

The Wanhao Duplicator 7 DLP is a resin desktop 3D printer made by Wanhao.Duplicator 7 has a build area of 120x70x200mm and a layer resolution capability of 35 microns. The Wanhao Duplicator 7 DLP uses the vat photopolymerisation 3D printing technology. DLP stands for Digital Light Processing. For 3D printing the Wanhao Duplicator 7 DLP selectively cures liquid resin layer after layer in order to build an object. It uses the 395-405 nm wavelength and is compatible with most of the resin materials available on the market. The Wanhao Duplicator 7 DLP is equipped with a HD LCD screen which offers a 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution. The input is HDMI type. This 3D printer offers a build speed of 15mm-35 mm/Hour. The Wanhao Duplicator 7 DLP uses the Creation Workshop software to slice and control the printing process. In the box: D7 Printer, Spare Fep Tape sheet for Screen Jar for cleaning finished prints Scraper 2XLatex gloves Power cable Hex Driver 250ml Sample amount of White UV Resin

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Formlabs Form 1+ Complete Package with Clear Resin

The Form 1+ is an award-winning desktop 3D printer, that makes stereolithography (SLA) printing technology accessible to engineers, designers, and artists. The gold-standard in professional 3D-printing, SLA uses a high-performance laser to harden a light-sensitive polymer, creating ultra-detailed parts with a smooth surface finish.

Product Features

  • Stereolithography (SLA) technology
  • Print at 25/50/100 or 200 micron layer thicknesses
  • Winner of CES 2014 Innovation Award
  • Comprehensive customer support
  • Includes Form 1+ 3D Printer, Finish Kit, PreForm software, and 1L of Clear Resin

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Non-pigmented, Natural, 18 lb (8.16 kg), PLA Plastic Resin Pellets for 3D Printing

BlackMagic3D offers high quality plastic resin pellets in small and large quantities for hobbyists and technicians to create their own filaments. These pellets work with your desktop extruder (Filabot, Filastruder, Lyman, Noztek etc.) or pellet-based 3D printer. By combining various pellets, you can create your own beautiful color variations and even make multicolored filaments. By combining BlackMagic3D’s “Natural” translucent pellets with colored pellets, the user can create a range of finishes from translucent to more opaque and pearlescent. Average melt temperature is 210oC (410oF). Tips: Desktop extruding is experimental so your results may vary. Keep filament as dry as possible and store with desiccant dryers for best results. Pellets that have been exposed to atmospheric conditions should be dried before using by treating them with a small dehumidifier or dehydrator. In order to make a homogenous mixture, combine all colors desired into a container and shake until thoroughly mixed before extruding.

Product Features

  • Make your own color filament. Creativity Flexibility.
  • Produces a durable filament.
  • For use with desktop extruders and pellet-based 3D printers.
  • Natural non pigmented filament is food safe.

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MakerJuice Green SF UV 3D Plastic Printing Resin for SLA and DLP Printers (one 500 mL bottle).

Available in White, Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Unpigmented
SF is a great blend that is just slightly more bendy than G+, while maintaining the fast print speeds and great accuracy. It also has a higher pigment concentration, for more vibrantly opaque parts, and due to the higher viscosity pigment does not settle out as fast. SubSF is perfect for snap-fit parts, or anything that needs to be hard while not being brittle.
SF, like all of our resins, cures under UV A, B, and C light up to around 420nm. You can cure it with a DLP projector, a UV laser, or UV leds. When using UV lasers or LEDs, the cure time is extremely fast, so you don’t need much power.
This resin is low odor and contains zero VOC.
Each batch of resin we make is quality tested to ensure you get the best quality resin, at a great price!
The color has been digitally changed to match the resin color. The “splash” image shows the true resin color. Colors may appear different depending on your monitor settings and and lighting.

Product Features

  • For Printing Rapid Prototypes, Models, Jewelry, or anything else you can imagine.
  • Faster and more precise than prints from filament.
  • Photosetting UV 3D Resin

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MakerJuice Black SF UV 3D Plastic Printing Resin for SLA and DLP Printers (one 500 mL bottle).

Please Note: Until otherwise specified, this product is in BETA. As such, it is still under active development and subject to revision/improvement until finalized.

Images have been digitally changed to match the resin color. The “splash” image shows the true color. Colors may appear different depending on your monitor settings and lighting.

Product Features

  • For Printing Rapid Prototypes, Models, Jewelry, or anything else you can imagine.
  • Faster and more precise than prints from filament.
  • Photosetting UV 3D Printing Resin

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You Can 3D-Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin

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Formlabs, a 3D-printing supplies company, has a new kind of resin it’s calling ‘tough’. It’s still plastic, but plastic you can make real things out of.

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The company claims that things printed with Tough resin have about the same strength and impact resistance as ABS plastic. That’s not quite the 3D-printed car future we’ve all been promised, but it’s strong enough to make useful objects like chains and wrenches.

You Can 3-D Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin
You Can 3-D Print Some Amazing Stuff With This Ultra-Strong Resin

To print something out of Tough resin, you’ll need a Formlabs Form 1+ printer, which uses photosensitive resins and laser beams to sculpt objects. That technology enables the printer to bind each printed layer chemically, creating a chain of semi-flexible atoms that lends the final part extra strength, without needing to embed fibres in the material.

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