I am trying to print a multi-part, clear item. (Too large to print as 1 piece)
I want to try and optimize clarity of the glue joints that hold the printed pieces together. My first inclination is to use liquid resin as a glue, and use a handheld laser of the same power and 405 nm wavelength as the form to cure the clear resin.
Ideally you join with the same materials and processes used to create the pieces in the first place for consistent clarity.
However, I am questioning if this method will work because if the ‘spectral inhibitors/blockers’ in the resins that limit light penetration (even in clear).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!