Anycubic pink 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, pink eco-resin prints beautifully. It reproduces sharp details and clean surfaces with high-precision. The light pink 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 pink 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.
This pinky miniature comes straight from Dungeons and Dragons. Rich in detail, it looks really good.
Anycubic 355-410nm pink 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.
Look at this model. It shines!
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