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New & improved CastSolid resin replaces FireCast

MadeSolid has just introduced CastSolid, a new version of their casting resin. This new product promises improved reliability and detail from 25 µm to 100 µm while maintaining minimal shrinkage and thermal expansion. It is less viscous than most resins and easier to clean out from the vat and off prints. CastSolid is… 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»

MadeSolid CastSolid printing information

How CastSolid burns out CastSolid has two burn stages which are necessary for the cleanest burnout. The first phase, at 540F, is the initial combustion of the resin where the majority of material is removed. The second phase is at 1350F, which serves to remove any residual carbon from the… Read More»