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Shake the bottle and mix the resin in the vat before start printing!
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Fast - Navy Grey requires 20% exposure than other Fast, click to visit Navy Grey User Guide
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User Guide for Fast
For other resin user guides, please visit https://siraya.tech support section
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Fast is an affordable fast curing and non-brittle general application resin ideal for model making like tabletop minis, and figurines.
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It is not a tough or engineering resin but can be mixed with Blu/Tenacious for more impact resistant.
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While the ideal printing condition for Fast is over 20C, we have printed as long as 15C as long as the bottom layers uses more exposure time
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Fast is designed for MSLA printer in mind. It can work in DLP and laser SLA printer but you would need FEP film based vat
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Best print with recommended support setting, see below
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Exposure (For all Fast colors except Navy Grey) Fast Navy Grey user guide here:
Navy Grey User Guide
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Recommended
Resin Temperture 25-35C
Room temperature 20-25C
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PrinterLayer HeightExposure (s)
# of Initial Layers
Exposure for Init LayersExposure (s)
# of Initial Layers
Exposure for Init Layers
Note
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Photon50um10 (s)460 s11(s)660 s
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Peopoly Phenom
use Peopoly Deft profile for your printer type in Chitubox
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EPA X150um7.5 (s)445 s8 (s)650 s
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EPA X1100um12 (s)475 s12 (s)690 s
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Shuffle50um7.5(s)560 s
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Shuffle XL50um11(s)575 s
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Phrozen Transform
50um8(s)560 s
due to variation in light system in Transform, best to calibrate your resin for your machine in your environment using this https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4280278
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Peopoly Moai50um 100umlaser power 50
Only FEP vat. 50 is conservative, some print at 48-49
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D750um8(s)560 s
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Inkspire50um11 (s)675 s
Inkspire does not specify its light output, one user told us it is very closely to Photon
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Photon S50um8s560s8s560s
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Mars50um8 (s)450 s8 (s)450 s
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Mars Pro50um6.5s440s6.5s440s
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SL150um6s1040 s7s1045 s
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Recommend best support settings:
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We recommend medium preset support setting in chitubox for smaller prints. Heavy support for large prints on large priners
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If you don't use chitubox, at least download a copy and see the detail settings for each preset and copy them over to your software of choice
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Cleaning:
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Use a painter brush (or any brush made with hair) remove excess resins on the printed part with Use 95% concentrated Ethanol (preferred) or IPA to clean. Some form of methnol should work but make sure it does not contain acetone.
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Do not submerge the parts in alcohol for more than 30 seconds. After 2-3 minutes of cleaning action, remove alcohol with a hair dryer or air blower. For complex part with lots cavities, it may be a good idea to clean/dry multiple times.
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User can check by touching the dryed surface of the part to see if it is still sticky. If the dryed surface is still sticky, wash some more and dry again.
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Post Curing:
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Fast reached its optimal strength when the printed part is post-cured with UV after cleaned. Use 395-405nm UV light and cure for about 1-2 minutes.
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Make sure resin is completely cleaned off and there is not alcohol left (it needs to be dry) on the print before curing.
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It is important to dry the print made by Fast completely before post curing. There is no need to use submerge in water technique with Fast.
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Mechanical Properties
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​Shore D 72
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Tensile Strength 33Mpa
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Young’s Modulus 800Mpa
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Elongation At Break: 6%
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Viscosity:100cps
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Heat Deflection Temperature: 68C
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MSDS
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https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lWqnHnGQKKKlNFQRnKpSpGX_4cuvIxrP
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