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ELEGOO 1000g Rapid Resin Standard Photopolymer Resin for LCD 3D Printing (Grey) EXPIRED

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ELEGOO Official US via Amazon has ELEGOO 1000g 3D Rapid Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin 405nm Standard Photopolymer Resin for LCD 3D Printing (Grey) for $27.45 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  • Specially designed for reducing volume shrinkage during the Photocuring process, which ensures the high precision of the print model with smooth finish.
  • 405nm Rapid Resin
  • Suitable for most DLP/LCD 3D printers. Works best with the LCD 3D Printers.

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1000g Bottle of Resin for 3d Printer. Cost usually over $35. ( Gray Color)

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Just like FDM you'll have waste when you use supports and have failed prints.
What he is trying to say, is that with resin you use a lot more supports so waste a ton more material. I don't know if there is an exact way to compare, but I find I go through a lot more resin than I do with filament. So I print smaller more detailed based prints with resin, and larger ones with filament. In the end filament is a lot cheaper. With that said a google search shows that1kg of PLA as around 0.8 liters. Hope that helps somewhat.

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Seems like a good deal, I use sirayatech exclusively, but at this price it may be worth a shot.
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I've been playing a lot of Astroneer so I feel like I'm ready to dive into 3D Printing. Anyone have any good starter recommendations for machines?
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I've been playing a lot of Astroneer so I feel like I'm ready to dive into 3D Printing. Anyone have any good starter recommendations for machines?
If you want a good detailed comparison, 3dprinting subreddit has a pinned post of what to buy as a beginner with what budget
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Quote from bretmkal :
Seems like a good deal, I use sirayatech exclusively, but at this price it may be worth a shot.
I mean, I needed grey and this seems like a great deal.

And I'll get it by Monday.
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I've used a couple liters of this stuff and it works just fine for everything I've done with it. Bought 2.
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what is the ratio between PLA and Resin.

for example, would i get 1kg of prints form a 1kg of resin?
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Basically the same price as matter hacker build series resins. How does it compare?
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Quote from 80is :
what is the ratio between PLA and Resin.

for example, would i get 1kg of prints form a 1kg of resin?
Just like FDM you'll have waste when you use supports and have failed prints.
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I've been playing a lot of Astroneer so I feel like I'm ready to dive into 3D Printing. Anyone have any good starter recommendations for machines?
I got my son the Creality CR-10 V2. It has been a fun machine!

A bit bigger with more options than the Ender. Lots of support online and easy to use.

He creates stuff in Sketchup, transfers to the Creality slicer then prints.

He make D&D models that come out great. He also did his final project for and architecture class with it.
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I usually use Elegoo's ABS-like resin since it seems a bit less brittle and works better when printing things with thin pieces like miniatures, but this is now $26 with the S&S discount, which is getting close to half the price of the ABS-like resin. For that price, I think this is a very good deal.
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Just like FDM you'll have waste when you use supports and have failed prints.
not the question i was asking, but ok
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Quote from 80is :
not the question i was asking, but ok

What he is trying to say, is that with resin you use a lot more supports so waste a ton more material. I don't know if there is an exact way to compare, but I find I go through a lot more resin than I do with filament. So I print smaller more detailed based prints with resin, and larger ones with filament. In the end filament is a lot cheaper. With that said a google search shows that1kg of PLA as around 0.8 liters. Hope that helps somewhat.
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