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Old 10-02-2019, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by TheRulesLawyer View Post
FWIW look into a resin system if you can fit on the bed. Sirayatech Blue resin is comparable to FDM parts in strength, but you get an order of magnitude more precision and supports are way easier. For example if I wanted to print a steering knuckle, I'd much rather do that on my photon than my cr-10.
I have been under the impression that you do not want to do resin as a 1st printer. Resin is expensive, hazardous to your health, requires more prep and cleanup, tank/bed actually wear out and are expensive, and outside of some specialty resin's just not that strong.

Not that resin printing doesnt have its place in the 3d print world, maybe just not for one just starting out.
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