Anycubic blue eco-resin is a plant-based 3D printing material tailored to LCD light source. It is a biodegradable UV-sensitive photopolymer made from soybean oil. Both eco-friendly and user-friendly, it emits an ultra-low odor you can barely smell. Also, it isn’t toxic. This means anyone can use it either at home or in the office.
With a low shrinkage rate and quick curing time, blue eco-resin prints beautifully. It reproduces sharp details and clean surfaces with high-precision. The light blue color finish is vivid and bright. Sensitive to a wavelength range of 355 to 410nm, you can use it on the most popular LCD/DLP 3D printers, including the own-brand Photon and Photon S resin printers.
Anycubic blue eco-resin comes in 1L packs. It is used to produce a variety of models, including dental devices, jewelry, daily objects, architectural models, and others. Continue reading our complete review.
One user tested his new blue eco-resin just after unboxing. Here are the results. The resin printed very well delivering some good-looking models.
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Anycubic 355-410nm blue eco-resin can be exposed to a wavelength range from 355 to 410nm. The bottom layer exposure should range between 60 and 80 seconds. The normal curing time ranges from 8 to 10s. After printing a part, you should wash it in alcohol for at least 30 seconds.
The plant-based resin comes in a 1L bottle, which should always be shaken before use. It lasts up to 12 months if properly stored in a sealed container away from direct light.
Here is another first impression on the Anycubic plant-based resin. Printed using the Anycubic’s recommended print settings, the eco-resin printed pretty well.
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