Can this be done through the manual mode that is suggested for the Olive Green resin?
Heater and wiper? If so, no. They are not enabled during open mode. A chip or cartridge would be the only way currently to run in auto.
Correct, exactly what he told me. Have you seen the cure time list floating around? I’d say take the closest match from the latest resins and load it up. I haven’t gotten around to ordering a test batch yet.
No haven’t seen it floating around in a while I think what I’m going to do is just give it a try and only out 200 ml in it and see what happens
My guess is that the grey cartridge will work fine. My parts were a little green/under-cured with the clear cartridge.
I suggest trying it out on a small print and see how it goes.
yes sir will do once I get back home from vacation.
also did my first print with the flexible. Didn’t talk to Ken and messed it up so will need to try again lol but very interesting material for sure.
Well I have been doing some serious experiments with cartridges and apply lab works resin.
What kind experiments, what kind results?
From what I can see apply labworks flexible prints ok with the v3 grey and so does the modeling Plus in auto mode … slight over filling of the tank but it doesn’t spill when the wiper goes
I picked up their Modeling beige. Anything with that yet?
No not yet I had some black but used it all up. Maybe ordering more soon and can test it then
Actually I guess it wouldn’t matter since I can’t find any used white V1.
I was in the same boat and decided whats the hurt by just trying it with the V3 cartridges. good results so far with their resins in v3 grey
I’ve tried the Olive Grey in Open mode and not totally happy with it for my particular use. Small parts are too rubbery even after 2 hours in the UV cabinet. Kevin suggests I use the Black. Might order some of that.
Larger pieces seem to work OK and I now have 24 1/4" scale brick chimneys running in the OG with the print to take 14 hours. Long time for me to tie up the printer so I might use those for masters to make two part silicone molds which is the way I’ve done these in the past.
This is going to be something of a double post (here and on my own post on ALW). I just finished printing my first flexible resin print, using ApplyLabWorks Prototype Flex. I printed an iPhone 6 case for my wife, and this stuff is… Interesting.
At the moment, it’s air drying as per instructions, so later this evening, I’ll remove it from the supports and post a couple of pics. So far, it looks and feels like TPU rubber, very soft and flexible. We’ll see if it’s still as flexible this evening
I only have Grey V3 empty cartridges. Can the Apply Lab Works Black be used in those cartridges and if so what settings?
We’re all still experimenting with what cartridges work best. I would try the Grey V3 cartridge on a small part and see how it goes. Just keep an eye on it during filling (I pre-fill the tray most of the way). Print with 100 microns first and experiment with lower settings from there.
The resin settings will be set by our cartridge.
Isn’t olive grey the durable one? It is meant to flex to absorb impact.