I am a product designer.
I bought some of the 3Dresyns CD (Conceptual Design) resin to try it - at only $53 for a litre I thought it worth a try. I have both the Form2 and the Wanhao D7. So far I have only tried it in the D7.
I am really pleased with the resin, it does exactly what they say, it allows me to print proof of concept prints very cheaply. When I am happy with how my new product looks, I move onto to more expensive resins with the mechanical properties needed for my design to function. Working this way has certainly saved me a lot in development cost.
Is anyone here using the resin in their Form2? I have a project which I need to show to a customer in the morning and need to print 4 proof of concept models by then - The Wanhao is so slow (7 hours to print out each one)… I am certain that the Formlabs is going to get things done much quicker, but I don’t have much time to sort out the settings for the resin. Can anyone help? I guess the fact that I have not had a response yet from 3Dresyns is explained by the fact that I only sent the email 4 hours ago and its a Sunday!!
Its likely that my customer will want changes in the design tomorrow - which makes me a little reluctant to simply print out the four proof of concept models in a more expensive resin just to throw them away after the changes possible at tomorrows meeting.
Thanks if anyone can help.