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You can't print a LEGOTM Brick, because you are not Lego System A/S. The best you can do is print a brick that is compatible with LEGOTM bricks. Also note that Lego Systems A/S has more than 600 US design patents, which might interfere with the legality of manufacturing bricks in the US. The original bricks are made from ABS and made with a very tight ...


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You do not need to use any glue or any other adhesion modifier to increase your build plate adhesion. Take these steps instead: Make sure your build plate is level Use proper attachment layer (raft) - see 3D printing raft in resin 3D printing: what you need to know. Increase bottom layer exposure Make sure your resin is not cold (25+ °C works best) Make ...


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disclaimer: I own a company manufacturing 3D printing resins, and all links lead to my products :) Key reason - resin formula First of all, it really depends on the composition of your resin. Some of them are more brittle than others. Usually cheaper resins are more brittle. What causes properties to change? That being said, some tougher resins even with ...


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As shown in the second video, the resin is used to coat a surface. The resin is clear, or appropriately tinted to provide for a visually pleasing background to the transfer. The transparency is printed on an inkjet printer which embeds the ink into a surface designed to accept the ink, rather than allowing it to bead up, as in the first video. When the ...


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