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DLP and LCD 3D Printers, How Different Are They?

Resin 3D Printing is a popular technology in the 3D Printing sphere, with every marketplace sporting a range of these 3D printers as part of their product fleet. It has massive applications in various industries and is its development is being prioritized to increase its print quality, financial viability, and access to a larger group of users. DLP and LCD are two of the most standout technologies in resin 3D printing. Both of them work according to a similar principle and are comparable in many respects. However, there are some stark differences as well that users must be aware of before buying a resin 3D printer. In this blog, we focus on DLP and LCD 3D Printers. We will discuss the base technology being used, their individual pros and cons, and how well do they line up with your specific 3D printing needs.

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How to prevent 3D printing filament from moisture absorption By EIBOS

Whether you are 3D printing amateurs or professors, you must have encountered the problem of moisture absorption of filaments. Take one roll of nylon material for example, when it exposes to the air for one week, it will reach the saturated water absorptivity. Even in those areas with humid weather, filament moisture absorption rate can increase to 3 times or more in 1 to 3 days.

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3D Printing Your Own Roulette Wheel

The topic of 3D printing has gathered more attention in the media over the past couple of months as printers all around the world attempt to alleviate the burden on national governments by printing PPE to be used in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

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