Tag: Form1

MadeSolid Black Resin is a winner!

Skulls are all the rage and why not print one in MadeSolid resin and use as a planter?  This design by www.artintheageof.com was printed on the Form1+ printer with equivalent settings but different brands of resin. MadeSolid Back resin was used for the print on the right and you’ll notice… Read More»

Showcasing the Form1 in Barcelona

It was a full house at the Ateneu de Fabrició, where we were kindly given the opportunity from the MeetUp group ‘3D printing Barcelona’, to show the Form1 printer in action. While the printer was doing its job, and printed during the entire event, we had the chance to share our… Read More»

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»

MadeSolid printing information

The MadeSolid resins are created to not be limited to one single printer, however have good results with many SLA and DLP printers. The material properties include a unique matt finish, less viscosity and easier to clear from the vat. The improved V2 MS Resin shows the following upgrades: •… Read More»