3D Printer Resin Brown Colour

3D Printer Resin Brown Colour

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Brand: Eparency

Product Name: 3D Resin Printer UV Curable Resin

Made in Australia by Eparency

Colour: Brown

Designed for LED 395-405nm 3D resin printer (works for most resin printer)

As far as we know, this is the only Australian made 3D printer resin. 

 Features of Eparency Printer Resin:

High Strength

Low odour

Australian Made

Low toxicity

High Precision


Shelf Life: 12 month storing under 25C and away from lights


What is Eparency 3D Printer Resin?

Eparency 3D printer resin is a liquid material that hardens when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. It is commonly used in stereolithography (SLA) and digital light processing (DLP) 3D printers to create high-resolution, detailed objects.

How does Eparency 3D Printer Resin Work?

When Eparency 3D printer resin is exposed to UV light, it undergoes a process called photopolymerization, where the liquid resin transforms into a solid plastic. This allows for the precise layer-by-layer printing of intricate designs and shapes.


User Instructions for Eparency 3D Printer Resin:

Proper handling of 3D printer resin is crucial to ensure safety and the best print quality. Follow these user instructions to achieve successful prints:

  1. Wear Protective Gear: When working with resin, always wear gloves, safety goggles, and a long-sleeved shirt to protect your skin and eyes from potential splashes.
  2. Ventilation: Use your 3D printer in a well-ventilated area to prevent inhaling harmful fumes emitted during the printing process.
  3. Resin Storage: Store your resin in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight to prevent premature curing.
  4. Mixing Resin: Before using resin, gently stir or shake the bottle to ensure the pigments are well mixed for consistent color quality.
  5. Resin Cleaning: Clean up spills and drips immediately with isopropyl alcohol to prevent resin from hardening on surfaces.

Troubleshooting 3D Printer Resin Printing Issues:

Encountering printing issues with your resin prints? Here are some common problems and solutions to help you troubleshoot:

  • Layer Adhesion Issues: Adjust the printing settings such as exposure time and layer thickness to improve layer adhesion.
  • Uncured Resin: Increase exposure time or check for any blockage in the UV light source to ensure complete curing of the resin.
  • Sticky or Soft Prints: Double-check the resin settings and curing time, as prints may remain tacky if not fully cured.
  • Print Warping: Use a resin compatible with your 3D printer and ensure a level printing surface to prevent print warping.