But something I can't understand, 385 to 420 nm isn't the uv range, then how do they measure the power of this range with a uv meter, is it possible?
They say some resins are for visible range and others are for uv range, Do they refer to a range of wavelengths or a specific wavelength? And you said you remove the uv filter, why? isn't the 400 to 420nm enough for curing?
And besides when I remove the filter, and when I want to print other materials, the parts become so thick, Is it because the power is too much for that resin?
And another thing I really want to know is that if we lower the brightness, will it also lower the power output?
And, if we filter the 420nm to higher wavelengths, won't it affect the printing?