Thank you very much for the relies. That's also what the instructions recommended.
What I am really trying to figure out is: What wave length in the UV spectrum is the resin most responsive too?
I can't find nm/wavelength ratings related to the resin.
I can't find any nm/wavelength ratings nail polish dryer.
Replacement bulbs for that dryer can run anywhere from the mid UV-B range into the Low UV-A range.
A DLP projector barely hits the high end of the UV-A spectrum.
SO - Given that info, if I was to try and construct my own curing box based primarily off of the projector light spectrum specs; 400nm would be the ideal uv range to hit. A black light peaks at 356nm. It is also in the same range as the UV lights police use at crime scenes.
Has anyone tried a black light?
Or a 400nm UV flash light, like this - http://www.amazon.com/Ledwholesalers-Vi ... B001VZC5LA
- I'm sure these 400nm UV led's can be purchased separately for pennies and used to build an entire custom uv box..