There are resin printers that use. Cura, eg the Peopoly Moai. Resin printers that have a laser typically use gcode (which can be produced by Cura), whereas printers that use a (DLP) projector tend to require stacks of images in a way that Cura cannot produce.
What files do 3D resin printers use?
The most common and universal file formats for 3D printing are STL and VRML. STL stands for “stereolithography” – it is a 3D rendering that contains only a single color. This is typically the file format you would use with desktop 3D printers.
Where are resin STL files?
- SketchUp’s 3D Warehouse.
- My Mini Factory.
Can you print anything with a resin printer?
No, 3D printers can’t print anything in terms of materials and shapes. 3D printers require specific properties in materials to 3D print such as thermoplastics like PLA that soften when heated rather than burn. They can print almost any shape, structure and object with the right orientation and help of supports.
How do you 3D print resin?
Resin 3D printing beginners step by step guide
Is Cura a modeling software?
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