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Elegoo Mars UV Photocuring 3D Printer w/ Smart Touch Screen: Silver $175, Black

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Elegoo via Amazon has Elegoo Mars UV Photocuring 3D Printer w/ 3.5" Smart LCD Touch Color Screen on sale from $200 > $180 -> now from $170 -> now from $175. Shipping is free. Thanks newcal

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This 3D printer is equipped w/ the latest Elegoo Chitubox 5.0 system making it very easy for off-line printing. Elegoo Mars uses a 2560x1440 2K HD masking LCD to provide accurate printing through XY axis resolution. Includes a 1-year warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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Amazon has the ELEGOO Mars UV Photocuring LCD 3D Printer in silver color for $200. > Now $190.00 > Now $170 > Back to $190
This is $15 lower than a previous popular deal. It is the lowest price for this model according to CCC.

The model is also available in black color, but with $15 more.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...KVJ1&psc=1

QA Edit: Silver is OOS, Silver Back in stock Now $175.00
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This has been at this price for nearly 3 weeks, plus this is one of the worst times to buy this specific model. The next big upgrade for resin printers is the shift towards mono screens which tend to have better longevity and print/cure faster.

Anycubic will be releasing mono 2k/4k sometime within the next few weeks/month, Elegoo is releasing their saturn 4k mono screen in october on Amazon. They are going to be very close to this price or slightly more expensive for 3x faster printing speeds and better quality prints.
Always needs to be reiterated:

Always wear gloves, do not get any uncured resin on you or items outside your setup. Operate in well ventilated area or vent to outside. Dispose of UNCURED resin and alcohol/resin byproduct properly (DO NOT POUR INTO DRAIN OR TRASH).

Very important to wear gloves.

Be safe and have fun!

Edit: Also, if you need something in a pinch and need a miniature on an FDM, a .2 nozzle printing at .1 or less gives great results.
Been this price for 2 weeks.

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Been this price for 2 weeks.
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Finally taking the plunge into resin printing, very happy with my ender3 but for minis nothing beats a resin print. also got a wash and cure chamber.
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Finally taking the plunge into resin printing, very happy with my ender3 but for minis nothing beats a resin print. also got a wash and cure chamber.
Always needs to be reiterated:

Always wear gloves, do not get any uncured resin on you or items outside your setup. Operate in well ventilated area or vent to outside. Dispose of UNCURED resin and alcohol/resin byproduct properly (DO NOT POUR INTO DRAIN OR TRASH).

Very important to wear gloves.

Be safe and have fun!

Edit: Also, if you need something in a pinch and need a miniature on an FDM, a .2 nozzle printing at .1 or less gives great results.
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Always needs to be reiterated:

Always wear gloves, do not get any uncured resin on you or items outside your setup. Operate in well ventilated area or vent to outside. Dispose of UNCURED resin and alcohol/resin byproduct properly (DO NOT POUR INTO DRAIN OR TRASH).

Very important to wear gloves.

Be safe and have fun!

Edit: Also, if you need something in a pinch and need a miniature on an FDM, a .2 nozzle printing at .1 or less gives great results.
Oh for sure, it's going in my vented to outside enclosure next to the ender. And I've been researching resin printers for years, just waiting for them to be an appliance for ease of use.
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Always needs to be reiterated:

Always wear gloves, do not get any uncured resin on you or items outside your setup. Operate in well ventilated area or vent to outside. Dispose of UNCURED resin and alcohol/resin byproduct properly (DO NOT POUR INTO DRAIN OR TRASH).

Very important to wear gloves.

Be safe and have fun!

Edit: Also, if you need something in a pinch and need a miniature on an FDM, a .2 nozzle printing at .1 or less gives great results.
I've thought about getting a resin UV printer for miniatures but these extra steps + the cost of the resin make it much less appealing. Thanks for the details! I'll stick with my FDM.
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I've thought about getting a resin UV printer for miniatures but these extra steps + the cost of the resin make it much less appealing. Thanks for the details! I'll stick with my FDM.
I bought this when it came out and have been using it regularly to print miniatures. I have to say, it's an amazing printer for miniatures. Just a bit of sanding the pegs and a light primer and it's ready to paint.

Regarding the mess, it's not that bad once you get used to it. As long as you have gloves on, funnels & filters, it's easy to clean. So far, my VAT hasn't broken yet so I haven't come across the need to replace it. Other than that, I'd strongly suggest Resin Printers for miniature print building. All my other "big prints" go on my CR-10S5.
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Best entry level hobbyist printer that you can buy for the money
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Finally taking the plunge into resin printing, very happy with my ender3 but for minis nothing beats a resin print. also got a wash and cure chamber.
If u buy the Photon 169 no tax
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If u buy the Photon 169 no tax
Yup got the photon wash and cure chamber, has a $20 off coupon
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Been this price for 2 weeks.
Been this price for 5 weeks at least. Got one on July 3rd. Having a lot of fun with it.
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I've thought about getting a resin UV printer for miniatures but these extra steps + the cost of the resin make it much less appealing. Thanks for the details! I'll stick with my FDM.

I have been looking into them for a bit, and decided I'm far to lazy for all that. laugh out loud
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Can this print guns? There seems to be a shortage of them rn
This is exactly what a cop would ask!!! Go on get, popo.

But say you weren't a cop and you wanted to print one, which is totally legal, I don't think this would work well. Of I'm not mistaken, resin prints are not as strong as fdm. I might be. Wrong though. For ARs you really don't need a lot of precision. Just needs to be strong.
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