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The MP Mini SLA 3D Printer produces higher quality, more detailed, and smoother prints when compared to filament-based 3D printers. It uses an LCD display to cure layers of UV photosensitive resin with layer heights as small as 35 microns. The printer is ready to print right out of the box. Simply pair it with your Wi-Fi network and add the included sample resin. It has a built-in Web UI, which can slice and print model files without the need for a separate software package. It automatically calibrates and levels the print platform whenever a print is started, ensuring a perfect print every time. -johnny_miller

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The whole reprap movement that started hobbyist 3d printing, at the expiry of Stratasys/3D system patents, originated in the UK. So yeah Metric rules in the 3dp world. Also microns (100 micron=0.1mm) are easier to say than whatever the hundredbythirtythousandth of an effin inch Stick Out Tongue
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Yes, almost exclusively kg. I live in Minnesota and it still quote all my commission work by kg of filament used + print time
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199 on amazon now - these any good? considering getting my first 3d printer
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This is SLA vs filament (FDM) which is more common amongst hobbiest. SLA machines are usually a lot more expensive but are much more accurate. Maintenance is also a lot more difficult and prob less support from the community vs FDM machines.
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This is SLA vs filament (FDM) which is more common amongst hobbiest. SLA machines are usually a lot more expensive but are much more accurate. Maintenance is also a lot more difficult and prob less support from the community vs FDM machines.
Cost of printing a lot higher on these?
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Cost of printing a lot higher on these?
Per print yes, 1kg of resin is $55 at it's cheapest. 1 kg of filament I buy at microcenter is $18. But you also tend to go through resin slower because the print volume on these is tiny compared to most fdm printers. I can sometimes use over 1 kg of filament on a project using my CR-10s but you can print a bunch of minis on 1kg of resin
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My big recommendation is SLA printers should probably be a second 3d printer. A FDM type would be better for a first 3d printer.
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I haven't used this particular one, but SLA printers are way more detailed than FDM printers, but at the expense of money and mess. Also, probably not a very good printer for young kids since the photopolymer resin will get everywhere. If you want to print things that require strength or size, go FDM. if you want small detailed prints, go SLA.
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Per print yes, 1kg of resin is $55 at it's cheapest. 1 kg of filament I buy at microcenter is $18. But you also tend to go through resin slower because the print volume on these is tiny compared to most fdm printers. I can sometimes use over 1 kg of filament on a project using my CR-10s but you can print a bunch of minis on 1kg of resin
Serious question, do people in the 3D printing community use Kg instead of Lbs?
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Serious question, do people in the 3D printing community use Kg instead of Lbs?
Yes, almost exclusively kg. I live in Minnesota and it still quote all my commission work by kg of filament used + print time
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Serious question, do people in the 3D printing community use Kg instead of Lbs?
The whole reprap movement that started hobbyist 3d printing, at the expiry of Stratasys/3D system patents, originated in the UK. So yeah Metric rules in the 3dp world. Also microns (100 micron=0.1mm) are easier to say than whatever the hundredbythirtythousandth of an effin inch Stick Out Tongue
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199 on amazon now - these any good? considering getting my first 3d printer
This one is a better "first" 3D printer.
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15365
Easy to use, print stuff within an hour of unpacking, and a TON of online support for when stuff breaks or wears out.
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This one is a better "first" 3D printer.
https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15365
Easy to use, print stuff within an hour of unpacking, and a TON of online support for when stuff breaks or wears out.
Just want to second this comment. I own a couple of these and they are very first user friendly. Also as a plus, if you live near a microcenter you can usually find their branded version, open box for $100-$120
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