Tag: b9 resin

Great Results – Switched from B9 Yellow Resin to B9 Emerald Resin

          B9 Emerald Resin Use in Jewelry Hello, I am Nicolas, the founder of Vivalatina Jewelry Workshop (the english version of my vivalatina.fr French main site) and I use B9 resin to 3D print the masters of my jewelry creations. A while ago I published a post here about the use of… Read More»

Customer Success Story – B9 Yellow Resin

How I use B9 Yellow Resin for my jewelry business – Nicolas Tranchant I am Nicolas and I run a jewelry business online (vivalatina) that provides original design and on demand jewelry creations.  As most of my designs are pretty complex, I need a 3D printer to make those designs… Read More»

B9 Resins and Jewelry – When fine details and casting are critical

Jewelry Industry In the jewelry industry, fine details and a clean cast are critical.  Many jewelers have been reluctant to switch from wax based models to 3D printed resin models.  This is because the casting process either had to be specifically tuned and lengthened for the resin or the burnout… Read More»

B9Creator 3D Printer – Kit or Assembled? The choice is yours

The B9Creator v1.2 HD 3D printer can be order and shipped throughout Europe as a kit or as a fully assembled, calibrated and tuned printer. KIT The kit has a lower price point and includes every part needed to assemble the B9Creator, including one resin vat.  However, resin is not… Read More»

B9Creator printers now available in Europe

  As of this month, we are pleased to announce that Redresins is an authorized reseller of the B9Creator printer in Europe. We are selling both the kit and the fully assembled printer so you are ready to print your custom jewelry in high definition! For those of you unfamiliar with B9Creations,… Read More»

Justin Wells – Creating with B9 Red and Cherry Resins

Capturing creativity and detail with B9 resins. Original design by Justin Wells.  B9Creator printer with B9 Red/Cherry mixture

Introduction to resin

Stereolithography (SLA) is one of the methods used to create 3D-printed objects. It is the process by which 3D printers convert liquid plastic into solid objects. This liquid plastic is called a photopolymer, or ‘resin’, that changes its properties when exposed to light. Starting from a 3D file, a model is… Read More»