Settings for Siraya Blu? I recently switched to Siraya Blu resin, and most of my prints fall off of the supports after a few layers. I've gotten a couple good prints out of a dozen or so, with different models. The supports print just fine, but it's like the model gets too heavy for the support connection and falls off, or something. Have any of y'all encountered this? Is there a support setting I need to change for the Blu resin? I find that with straight siraya blu I need to have slightly beefier supports.
It changes the elasticity of the cured resin to not be as forgiving during the pull stage. My solution was to use to heavier contact points on the supports. So when adding supports, make sure you have bigger contact points than normal.
I found the key was a space heater keeping the room between C and using the resin exposure finder to optimize my exposure.
Also, due to the high viscosity of the Blu I have a 6—8 second pause to allow the resin to fill in before the exposure begins. I haven't used it yet, but from my reading, it's super viscous and doesn't separate from the FEP well unless you have a heater in your unit.
I've successfully printed Blu in 70f temp, but yes it does like to be warm. Recommended temp on their spreadsheet is 90f.
Blu Clear V2 by Siraya Tech - For LCD resin printers (1kg)
Become a Redditor and join one of thousands of communities. AnycubicPhoton submitted 6 months ago by wmaxwell Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account. I keep the room at about 70f, so that could be part of the issue.So as the title says, I'm considering mixing my Siraya Blu resin which is tough as hell with one of the other resins probably Elegoo Grey or Anycubic Green to make my resin cost cheaper while retaining the strength that the Blu gives.
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Probably in a ratio. When you mix resins up with Blu, what settings for you use for curing the resin? Stick to the Blu settings currently on 12s. You could always mix up a large batch of resin and then run the altlabs exposure test. Probably better than guessing or listening to random strangers who may or may not know what they're talking about.
Hi, So as the title says, I'm considering mixing my Siraya Blu resin which is tough as hell with one of the other resins probably Elegoo Grey or Anycubic Green to make my resin cost cheaper while retaining the strength that the Blu gives. Any advice would be appreciated. Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account.NOTE: Partially cures with yellow tint.
Appears to be fully cured when completely when yellow is gone, but this can be many passes in UV nail light if parts are thick. Sun may be best. Rest of print was also slightly soft, but hardened quickly under the UV lamp, probably should increase time to 10 seconds.
Printed test cube successfully, but it looks like a little longer time would be better; original Anycubic print is much cleaner. Printed cube has similar results to blue first try; longer times needed for more fully cured parts; required times are probably close to blue.
Printed test parts; hard to remove from platform, didn't seem to stick to FEP film as there's no real audible click when platform retracts between layers. Parts were still yellowish in UV nail lamp after x2 30 minute cycles; more cycles required to turn parts completely clear.
Printed test cube with adjusted settings; difficult to remove from platform, but doesn't seem to stick to the FEP which is good as there's no real audible click when platform retracts between layers. Drawn by Michael Van Kesteren. Pages Blog. Page tree. Browse pages.
A t tachments 1 Page History. Dashboard 3D Printing Home. Jira links. Created by Bryce B. Sun may be best 0. No labels. Powered by Atlassian Confluence 6. Completely Unknown. Preparing print with spherical touch points seems to work pretty well. Yet to be tried; suspected good values. Testing with custom design. Yet to be tried; default settings.An easy to use tough resin that performs under stress. It balances between strength and hardness and is ideal for making functional parts that are strong yet with some flexibility.
Unlike many resins on the market that are too brittle to handle even the slightest drop, Blu Clear has excellent mechanical properties that can withstand forces without breaking easily. We were able to make a hook with it and pull up 20kg weight without breaking. It has excellent resolution, primes well and is used by model makers to create sculptures as art pieces. And it does not smell so it wouldn't stink up your workplace.
Its mechanical property:. While we recommend printing Blu at temperature 25C or above, a heater is not required. Please refer to the user guide for more detail. Blu Clear requires slightly longer exposure time than Blu. Shipping, taxes, and discount codes calculated at checkout. Menu Cart 0. Sold out. Strong and Precise High Resolution. Best when resin temperature is above 25C Smooth surface with great resolution Easy to wash, post cure, paint and sand.
Close cart. Your cart is currently empty. Continue browsing here.Since this resin has recently started being delivered I thought I would share the printing settings guide made by SirayaTech.
Took me some time to find it myself and thought I would save everyone else the trouble. Have you done a model comparison yet? I'm curious how much faster prints come out with this resin. According to this reviewer, it stinks less, and the cured resin is a bit flexible, which may or may not be an advantage for your application.
It's probably a good thing for printing miniatures. As for faster, the guide OP posted shows a layer exposure time of 10 seconds. That's only.
If it really does stink less, that's a great selling point for me regardless of anything else. I agree.
To me, both the Elegoo and Anycubic resins stink to high hell. Thanks for the info!!!!! Can confirm that this resin does not stink. At all. It's not that it stinks less than my other resins. It doesn't smell like much of anything.
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