I've already bought a printer before (Form 1+) , and did not go well. Bad prints and worse castable resin, so now maybe I do too many questions at the time of buying the b9... apology...
I know that the B9 printer has a really superior print quality but I worry about the sum of consumables especially the projector lamp and PDMS
I had read about the need to change the Pdms very often
75-90 hours does not seem a long time considering that an average impression is of 3 hours, which gives me about 25 to 30 prints.
Perhaps the only good thing from my old printer is that it could take advantage of all the print area
If I'm not mistaken, using a resolution of 30 only a small part of the tank is used meaning that another large part is wasted.
At this point it would not be bad that the tank could be adjusted laterally to take advantage of the unexposed areas, This at least would double the life or Pdms coat
Anyway I guess this is the lesser evil, because in return I will obtain better prints, and thus a great saving of time (which is also money)
Thank you for your explanations, are very useful to me.