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I'm running an Elegoo Saturn in a spare room, the smell is barely noticeable. People tend to be over cautious about these things. Particularly Youtubers, because of fear of litigation, and because they tend to be at close quarters to resin for long periods of time. It's perfectly safe to have a resin printer in a bedroom so long as you run the printer next ...


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NO SLA printers contain skin irritants inside the solvent, and those create rather noxious fumes. As described in Best way to deal with Resin Printers in your living space that is a health hazard, and can result in pulmonary irritation. Those irritants are molecule sized organic compounds, and even the best filters require an industrial-sized filter stack to ...


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It's probably fine to run it in the bedroom with the cover on and a filter inside, but I wouldn't do any post processing in the bedroom. Not only will there be fumes that will need time to dissipate/evacuate, but resin printers are also messy. No matter how clean you try to be you will always end up dripping some resin on stuff. It would be best to just put ...


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Not inherently SLA prints are usually very glasslike in their internal structure and thus are often quite brittle: They tend to break with a very distinct, sharp failure mode. Their compression strength is often high but their tensile strength is limited, and their resistance to side loads is low. Due to the printing method solidifying the resin layer by ...


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I'm an owner of both an FDM printer and a resin one: I've long searched a resin capable of printing durable objects even in tiny details but with poor luck. I've tried ABS-Like resins, and they provide a slightly better resistance than regular resin but do not expect great improvements; I've tryed the siraya tech Blue V2 that is for sure much more durable ...


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How can a digital camera produce images several times the resolution of the sensor? They move the sensor and overlay multiple exposures. Optically or physically moving the DLP chip or its projected image can give a combined "image" from multiple scans anywhere from 2x to several times the linear resolution of the DLP itself. Such a print might be ...


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