3D printing is much like CNC milling or welding or just about any physical manufacturing process, in that good results basically come down to having the right parameters. In an effort to help those working in the resin printing space, [Adam Bute] has put together a community database of resin printing settings.
The site has sections for a variety of resin 3D printers, sorted by manufacturer. Those who want to find the right settings for their resin and printer just click and search for the appropriate data. Settings are outsourced, provided by makers, community members, and users of [Adam]it is MakerTrainer website.
While it’s always important to run validation tests on a resin printer to get the best results, having a list of settings sourced from the community can help users get up and running much faster than they wouldn’t otherwise. It looks like community contributions can’t be made directly yet, but we suspect such a feature is in the works.
We’ve seen databases of similar materials for fused plastic printers before, and these have proven invaluable to the community. We are sure that this resin database will be received the same. If you know of other great resources for printing tips and tricks, write to us!