Shop-News: Self-developed Resin Vats with Glass Substrates

Shop-News: Self-developed Resin Vats with Glass Substrates

September Hennef – An always existing problem and challenge for DLP/SLA 3D printers is the crack and temperature resistance of resin vats against the continuous influencing of the UV fractions of the units’ light sources.

To this, DruckWege developed, together with partners, their own resin container or resin tank (resin vat), which comes with a combination of a longterm UV-resistant acrylate in the area of the vat’s frame compartment and substrate, made of glass.

In general, the transmissive areas between the container and light sources are exposed permanently which can cause brittleness and accelerated ageing or they become cloudy. In accordance, this resin vat remains more durable against such influences.

In addition, the glass substrates are covered with ReCoat and a micrometer-thin sheet of FEP foil. The container can be used in different 3D printer systems. On request, the vats can be offered also in different sizes and amounts. Soon, further standard sizes will be released and available in our Shop.

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