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Newegg ANYCUBIC Photon Mono 3D Printer for $154.99 + Free Shipping

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Anself via Newegg [newegg.com] has ANYCUBIC Photon Mono 3D Printer for $255.99 - $101.00 instant discount and a $20 promotional gift card = $154.99. Shipping is free.
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If this 3rd party seller is legit... this is the one to get, to get into the hobby.
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This printer was my entry into SLA, it's great. I still use it all the time even with a saturn around now.
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Still cheaper on the anycubic website. $149 with free shipping and I paid no tax if you use the code on the website. I received it in less than a week. It's also posted here:
https://slickdeals.net/f/15425170-photon-mono-faster-lcd-based-sla-resin-3d-printer-anycubic-3d-printing-149?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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What usefully things can you make with these? I've only ever heard of people making masks, nick nacks, and toy figures with them.
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There should be a safety PSA on all resin printer and UV resin posts. Most important is to be clean, organized, and careful when handling it.

Cautions: Uncured UV resin is toxic, bad for water system, and will cause sensitization over time with prolonged skin contact.

In short, and regardless of type of resin (even water soluble):
  • Ventilate area well or wear organic filter respirator
  • Wear gloves at all times
  • Never touch uncured resin with bare hands
  • NEVER wash it down sink or drain (not even water soluble)
  • Cure all uncured resin before disposal
  • Overexpose/cure all resin in your "wash" bins before disposal
  • Cured resin can be disposed in regular waste (check local codes)
Here's tips on disposal [formlabs.com] (formlabs)
Here's tips on general care around resin [formlabs.com] (formlabs),

If you take one thing away from the above list, don't pour or wash uncured resin down the sink!,
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Quote from JGuinan007 :
What usefully things can you make with these? I've only ever heard of people making masks, nick nacks, and toy figures with them.
Previous deals have good lists, some subreddits liker/resinprinting [reddit.com] r/3dprinting [reddit.com] and r/functionalprint [reddit.com]will have what you seek (links are top all time),

Resin is mostly used for prop and figure making, dentures and other dentistry, custom jewelry and part casting, and prototyping in the design/engineering industry. It can be brittle (although flexibles exist) and therefore seldom used for large functional items. Higher end custom process machines have limitless possibilities (massivit can do 6' figure in 6hours with no suports or infil [youtube.com]). That's actually an FDM style resin printer, which is pretty neat.
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Last edited by Meshca December 6, 2021 at 07:46 PM.
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Looks to be dead?
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