Robert Howle wrote:I suggest staying away from Isopropyl alcohol. You can get print cracking.
Chris Botha wrote:then clean in a vat of isopropyl fo a few seconds (still attached to build table) and it serves purpose of cleaning both.Then back under water to rinse alcohol off then separate from table and under the reptile lamp for few minutes. no ultrasonic at all now.
Thank you very much for your helpful advice.Robert Howle wrote:No one has ever recommended acetone. I would not use it. U don't need alcohol. Soap and water to remove the excess resin and then cure. U don't need to dry because u really should cure under water if possible.
No, when I'll print I won't use them.andreas wrote:acetone will dissolve/destroy your print..
there is a myth that aceton is good to polish /finish the prints..
don't even bother trying..
sophie wrote:Dear everyone,
Recently I use warm water of temperature from 40 to around 55℃(and detergent for dishes) after modeling for rinse resin.
I concerned about it deformed, however it looks ok and easy to remove resin than water.
I haven't have ultrasonic yet.
I'd believed so. It would deform if I rince with hot water. However it has not happen yet.akgold wrote:Are you saying that you are seeing the model deform using water and soap? If so please show before and after pictures.
It means do you put hot water in ultrasonic??akgold wrote:I have never experienced that and I am using a hot ultrasonic in Dawn soap with water.
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