Can Cura be used for SLA?

Cura is mainly designed to to be used with FDM printers and won’t work with SLA printers. A better alternative is to use Chitubox, Lychee, Z-Suite or Formware 3D since these are all slicers designed for 3D printers that work with resin.

What happens when you break SLA?

An applied and matched SLA on a ticket or work order sets target dates that are based on the SLA commitments. When a target date is exceeded, the SLA commitment is breached. A penalty or credit fee can be issued to compensate for the commitment breach.

What if SLA is not met?

When an SLA commitment is not met, a penalty or credit can be issued to compensate for the breach of the SLA commitment. For example, you agree to replace an asset part for a customer and the customer must deliver the unusable part to a designated location within 3 days.

What happens if you do not meet an SLA?

What happens if an SLA isn’t met? The contract should also include any penalties or credits as a result of a missed SLA. This can be broken down by level of service or amount of downtime.

Why are resin prints brittle?

So whichever resin or resin mix you use, the two main things that cause brittleness are exposure to IPA, and exposure to UV light.

What is G code 3D printing?

G-code is a language that humans use to tell a machine how to do something. With 3D printing, g-code contains commands to move parts within the printer. G-code consists of G- and M-commands that have an assigned movement or action.

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