Do you have to filter resin after every print?

You don’t have to filter all that often. It’s a good idea to filter after any sort of failure or unsuccessful print. If the resin has been sitting for a few days it is always a good idea to mix it for several minutes (with the tank off the printer in case you slosh it yourself).

Do I need to clean my resin vat after every print?

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How long can I leave resin in tank?

The resin is only good for a couple of weeks sitting in the tank. Clean out the tank and pour in some fresh stuff. If you use it very little I would suggest getting some light blocking bottles to keep the used stuff in between prints. It should stay good for a few months in one of those.

Is it okay to leave resin in the vat overnight?

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How do I filter printer resin?

To filter resin, simply pour it back into the bottle through a mesh tea strainer or other mesh filter.

Can you use a coffee filter to filter resin?

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Can you pour used resin back into the bottle?

Resin can definitely be put back into the container, but filtering out the hardened and already used resin properly is absolutely essential, otherwise those hardened pieces of resin can contaminate the resin inside of the bottle, which will affect the quality of future prints.

What happens if you don’t cure a resin 3D print?

Prints Will Be Soft, Sticky, and Unstable – Resin comes out of the printer as a liquid. If you skip the curing process, your work won’t have time to harden, which can leave it sticky. It also won’t have the strength to stay together, making it unstable.


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