Last resins I bought were the Standard Blend and the Industrial Blend from StudioCubed, the US retailer for FunToDo.
They also have a Castable Blend that I did not order, perhaps some of you could...
The resins are fantastic but deceiving in the same time:
Fantastic because there is almost NO WARPING, they have about 0.5% shrinkage and this is true!
But don't you UV post cure them cause they Crackle on the surface and ruins the finish
Thin objects are not likely to crackle, but the Thicker and more massive your models, the bigger the crackles!
Protect them from the sun, hide them in the darkest place if you want to preserve the finish.
Also, if you buy pale colors or clear, your models will get yellow where exposed to sun light or UV, so again, if you need a nice color you have to give them a paint job otherwise your model will look like it had a major sun bath at the beach.
The Standard Blend is a little soft and bendy, somewhat semi-hard and brakes easily, good enough for figurines, prototypes for silicone molding, etc. It's easy to sand and post process to get the desired surface finish..
The Industrial Blend is hard, but still a snappy resin like any other..
One thing I find strange with these resins is the narrow ''Setting Sweet Spot'', a little too short exposure and thin features like supports don't come out, a little too long exposures and the PDMS burns right away.. Like the polymerization consumes so much oxygen in the PDMS, it even sticks to it and forces the Servo and twists the Arm on taller prints.. I had the PDMS rip off the Vat on one print that failed..
The printer settings are similar to Maker Juices', always depends on pigmentation and desired features in the model, always some tweaking and compromise.. very narrow setting window but over all satisfied with these resins, once you find their sweet spot.
They mix well with other resins like MakerJuice and (old)SpotA for diverse properties (or to finish old bottles of warpy crapy GP;)
Oh, and the Stink factor is very Low!!!
That's it for my review on Fun To Do resins!