oh, sorry - forgot to mention this. It was planned to make 1:1 ratio, but in fact there is slightly bigger amount of B9R-1. If I'm not mistaken it's 75 grams of MJR and 80-85 grams of B9R-1. I bought culinary set of non-transparent cans with caps and digital chinese scales with resolution up to 0,1 gram and that is just what one would need to make some nice experiments with mixing (apart from some other resins and pigments of course
). I even want to try to mix it (resin) with some ink from ordinary 2D inkjet printers. Why not? Pigments in this ink should be really tiny. I hope that will work.
1-2 ml is the approximate amount of pigments used. Pigments are standard MJR (ordered from their site).
As I said earlier - try to lower exposure values, mine are 1,5/1,5 seconds for t-base and t-over on 50XY and I see that it can be lowered even further! Also lower the initial overcure - I'm using right now only 6 seconds for 2 layers out of 13-16 (on 38Z)
Yep, that's cats hair in my house too :)
Yoda's height is around 27 mm, Saint - 47mm, gyroid - 20mm, skull - 33 mm. I always placing some real world object to scale easily, or that not helps? Maybe I should try some other objects or vantage point?
Yep, thanks. I also think that 1080p mod will be a perfactory/solidscape killer :)
I also found that it's really ALMOST ONLY a matter of pigment/dye amount that makes all this detail. Except of course the resolution of projector :)
oh my god - I don't want to make some advertising here
I only encourage all of you not to stop the experiments with chemistry/settings on which our machine is dependent. Our community is like big R&D department out there. And I believe that can be made even bigger/better/awesome! :)