The B9 Red and B9 Cherry are both the same resin. The Cherry has more pigment though and will print at a higher resolution and therefore has better detail.
The B9 Red is pigmented for 75-100 micron layer thickness.
The B9 Cherry is pigmented for 25-50 micron layer thickness.
Dimensions and resolution of the build volume
Build volume varies, depending on resolution.
Resolutions in the x/y plane (horizontal) of 30, 50 or 70 microns are possible by adjustment of the projector’s position and focus. Changing this distance adjusts the detail/resolution and impacts cure time as the energy is spread over a larger build area, the energy density decreases, lengthening the time to cure a given area.
Resolutions in the z (vertical) build axis from 200 to 5 microns are possible via software selection. (The minimum z axis “step” size is 5.0 microns.)
At the 70 micron x/y pixels setting, the build area is 104 mm (4.09″) x 75.6 mm (2.98″) x 203.2 mm (8.0″).
At the 50 micron x/y pixels setting, the build area is 96.0 mm (3.78″) x 54.0 mm (2.13″) x 203.2 mm (8.0″).
At the 30 micron x/y pixels setting, the build area is 57.6 mm (2.67″) x 32.4 mm (1.28″) x 203.2 mm (8.0″).
100 microns = 0.1 mm = 0.00394″
There is not one specific printer setting for the two resins on either the B9 Creator v1.1 or the B9 Creator v1.2. To read more on the hardware, software, materials, and Tips & Tricks, please visit the B9 Forum: