3D Printing in High-Detail Resin
Used for strong prototypes, functional prints and products, architecture models and more.
Printing Method: SLA (Stereolithography)
UV-cured resin prints display fine details, sharp edges and a smooth finish. Color availability is limited, but it is easily paintable and can also be semi-translucent.
High-Detail Resin is ideal for printing intricate designs and sculptures, since as little as 0.2mm is enough to create clearly visible details. Apart from size, resin comes with hardly any design restrictions.
|Maximum Print Size||Minimum Print Size||Minimum Wall Thickness||Print Resolution|
|5.7″ x 5.7″ x 6.8″ (145 x 145 x 175 mm)||1″ x 1″ x 1″ (25.4 x 25.4 x 25.4 mm)||0.0157″ (0.4 mm)||0.0393″ (0.1 mm)|
Very strong and durable with a matte finish. It is smooth to the touch with nearly invisible striations of vertical build layers
- Turnaround time: As little as 24 hours
- variable pricing for larger, bulk orders
- variable pricing for rush orders under 2 business days
Minimum wall thickness (supported walls)
A supported wall is a wall that has connections on both sides, giving it more strength and support.
Minimum wall thickness (unsupported wall)
An unsupported wall is a wall with a connection on only one side giving it less strength and support.
Minimum Embossed/Engraved Detail
0.1 – 0.4mm high and wide
This determines the feature size possible when engraving or embossing within a structure.
Minimum Wire Diameter
A wire is an element where the length is more than 2x the width.
This is the distance between separate components so that they are not bound together.
Technical Rules for CAD Files:
Normals Must All be Unified
In the digital world, any surface will have a front and a back face. This surface orientation is called a “normal”. If two adjacent surfaces have different normal directions, this file input may confuse the 3D printer.
Models Must be “Water Tight”
This means that there are no holes in the shell of the model. All vertices for adjacent mesh faces must be connected.
Components Must Have Minimum Thickness
In order to successfully print and survive post processing, model components must have a minimum wall thickness.
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