More images here, including microscope images comparing a B9-red print at 50XY and 50.8Z with commercial injection moulded models:http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/66521-and-who-says-that-home-3d-printing-cant-do-detail/page-2
Also images of my more recent printing for a bridge on my layout.
Nice work. Very nice macro shots. It will be interesting to see how your projects develop with the new resin and refined exposure time. Which reminds me I need to test some of my displacement maps on the B9.
All of the above photos with yellow resin are:
2 x 10s attachment layers,
3mm overlift for the first 0.5mm, then no overlift
3s cure, 4s edge cure
20% open and close speed
8s breathe, 12s settle
Great work, especially the railway models! Reminds me of a good friend of mine, Alistair Rolfe who used to make really specialised kits.
He would have loved to see this 3-d printing of models!
Can I ask you where I could find the Elephant?
Quote from Robert Howle on August 31, 2013, 15:44 Rabs are u painting or casting
Painting at the moment because everything is an experimental one-off. I'm interested to try resin (normal casting resin that is), whitemetal and or brass casting though. I just can't justify the cost at the moment.