01 SLA High Detail Resin

01 SLA High Detail Resin

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Supported Walls

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.6 mm may warp during the peel process.

MINIMUM0.6mm

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Unsupported Walls

An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is thinner than 0.8 mm is likely to fail during printing.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Overhang Length

An overhang refers to a part of the model that sticks out horizontally parallel to the build platform. Printing such features beyond 1mm will require support material.

MAXIMUM1.0mm

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Overhang Angle

The overhang angle refers to the angle from horizontal that the overhang sticks out. Printing at an angle less than 19° could cause the overhang to fail.

MINIMUM19°

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Horizontal Bridge

A bridge spans the distance between two structures. Horizontal bridges exceeding 21mm are discouraged.

MAXIMUM21mm

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Wire Diameter

A wire is a feature whose length is twice as long as its width. At 0.4 mm thickness you can print up to 7 mm tall, 1.5 mm wires can get up to 30 mm tall.

MINIMUM0.4mm - 1.5mm

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Embossed Detail

Embossed details are shallow raised features on your model, such as text. Details smaller than 0.1 mm in thickness may not be visible on your print.

MINIMUM0.1mm

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Engraved Detail

Engraved details are imprinted or recessed features on your model. Details recessed less than 0.4 mm in thickness may not be visible

MINIMUM0.4mm

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Moving Parts

Clearance is the amount of distance needed between two moving parts of a model. A clearance of less than 0.5 mm may cause parts to fuse.

MINIMUM0.5mm

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Hole Diameter

Holes with a diameter less than 0.5 mm in the x, y, and z axes may close off during printing.

MINIMUM0.5mm

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Drain Hole Diameter

Drain holes are recommended for resin to escape in models that are a fully enclosed cavity

MINIMUM3.5mm

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Clearance Slot

The recommended clearance for slotting two parts together is 0.25mm for a snug fit

MINIMUM0.25mm

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Part Size

The minimum and maximum part sizes that fit on our machines. If you're model exceeds these brackets send it to us anyway and we will review it for printability

MINIMUM1.0 x 1.0 x 8.0 (mm)

MAXIMUM145 x 145 x 175 (mm)

02 FDM Prototyping Plastic

02 FDM Prototyping Plastic

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Supported Walls

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.8 mm may warp during the peel process.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Unsupported Walls

An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is thinner than 1.6 mm is likely to fail during printing.

MINIMUM1.6mm

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Overhang Length

An overhang refers to a part of the model that sticks out horizontally parallel to the build platform. Printing such features beyond 1.2mm will require support material.

MAXIMUM1.2mm

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Overhang Angle

The overhang angle refers to the angle from horizontal that the overhang sticks out. Printing at an angle less than 45° could cause the overhang to fail.

MINIMUM45°

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Horizontal Bridge

A bridge spans the distance between two structures. Horizontal bridges exceeding 50mm are discouraged.

MAXIMUM50mm

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Wire Diameter

A wire is a feature whose length is twice as long as its width. At 1.2 mm thickness you can print up to 7 mm tall, 1.6 mm wires can get up to 30 mm tall.

MINIMUM1.2mm - 1.6mm

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Embossed Detail

Embossed details are shallow raised features on your model, such as text. Details smaller than 0.6 mm in thickness may not be visible on your print.

MINIMUM0.6mm

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Engraved Detail

Engraved details are imprinted or recessed features on your model. Details recessed less than 1.2 mm in thickness may not be visible

MINIMUM1.2mm

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Moving Parts

Clearance is the amount of distance needed between two moving parts of a model. A clearance of less than 0.8 mm may cause parts to fuse.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Hole Diameter

Holes with a diameter less than 1.2 mm in the x, y, and z axes may close off during printing.

MINIMUM1.2mm

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Clearance Slot

The recommended clearance for slotting two parts together is 0.4mm for a snug fit

MINIMUM0.4mm

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Part Size

The minimum and maximum part sizes that fit on our machines. If you're model exceeds these brackets send it to us anyway and we will review it for printability

MINIMUM1.6 x 1.6 x 0.8 (mm)

MAXIMUM300 x 300 x 600 (mm)

03 CFF Fibre Reinforced

03 CFF Fibre Reinforced

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Supported Walls

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.8 mm may warp during the peel process.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Unsupported Walls

An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is thinner than 1.6 mm is likely to fail during printing.

MINIMUM1.6mm

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Overhang Length

An overhang refers to a part of the model that sticks out horizontally parallel to the build platform. Printing such features beyond 1.2mm will require support material.

MAXIMUM1.2mm

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Overhang Angle

The overhang angle refers to the angle from horizontal that the overhang sticks out. Printing at an angle less than 40° could cause the overhang to fail.

MINIMUM40°

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Horizontal Bridge

A bridge spans the distance between two structures. Horizontal bridges exceeding 30mm are discouraged.

MAXIMUM30mm

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Wire Diameter

A wire is a feature whose length is twice as long as its width. At 1.6 mm thickness you can print up to 7 mm tall, 2.0 mm wires can get up to 30 mm tall.

MINIMUM1.2mm - 2.0mm

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Embossed Detail

Embossed details are shallow raised features on your model, such as text. Details smaller than 0.6 mm in thickness may not be visible on your print.

MINIMUM0.6mm

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Engraved Detail

Engraved details are imprinted or recessed features on your model. Details recessed less than 0.6 mm in thickness may not be visible

MINIMUM0.6mm

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Moving Parts

Clearance is the amount of distance needed between two moving parts of a model. A clearance of less than 0.8 mm may cause parts to fuse.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Hole Diameter

Holes with a diameter less than 1.0 mm in the x, y, and z axes may close off during printing.

MINIMUM1.0mm

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Clearance Slot

The recommended clearance is for parts printed seperatly to be slotted together.

FREE FIT0.2mm

CLOSE FIT0.1mm

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Fiber Layer Width

The minimum wall thickness for encluding fiber reinforcement. Thin features must allow for the fiber to double back

MINIMUM SINGLE2.8mm

MINIMUM DOUBLE3.6mm

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Fiber Layer Height

Reinforcement fiber layers require a minimum of 1.2mm of material above and below them. This makes the minimum height of a reinforced part 2.4mm

MINIMUM2.4mm

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Part Size

The minimum and maximum part sizes that fit on our machines. If you're model exceeds these brackets send it to us anyway and we will review it for printability

MINIMUM1.6 x 1.6 x 0.8 (mm)

MAXIMUM320 x 132 x 154 (mm)

04 SLS Industrial Nylon

04 SLS Industrial Nylon

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Supported Walls

A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.8 mm may warp during the peel process.

MINIMUM0.8mm

Unsupported Walls

An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is thinner than 1 mm is likely to fail during printing.

MINIMUM1.0mm

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Wire Diameter

A wire is a feature whose length is twice as long as its width. At 1.0 mm thickness you can print up to 7 mm tall, 1.2 mm wires can get up to 30 mm tall.

MINIMUM1.0mm - 1.2mm

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Embossed Detail

Embossed details are shallow raised features on your model, such as text. Details smaller than 0.8 mm in thickness may not be visible on your print.

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Engraved Detail

Engraved details are imprinted or recessed features on your model. Details recessed less than 0.8 mm in thickness may not be visible

MINIMUM0.8mm

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Moving Parts

Clearance is the amount of distance needed between two moving parts of a model. A clearance of less than 1.5 mm may cause parts to fuse.

MINIMUM1.5mm

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Hole Diameter

Holes with a diameter less than 1.0 mm in the x, y, and z axes may close off during printing.

MINIMUM1.0mm

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Clearance Slot

The recommended clearance for slotting two parts together is 0.15mm for a snug fit

MINIMUM0.15mm

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Part Size

The minimum and maximum part sizes that fit on our machines. If you're model exceeds these brackets send it to us anyway and we will review it for printability

MINIMUM1 x 1 x 8 (mm)

MAXIMUM361 x 310 x 440 (mm)