Ok, here is my super genius idea.
I am getting a sample of a green cleaner mentioned in another post.
It is from Green Power cleaner
I am going to use this chemical to clean out the tray without crazing.
The manufacturer assures me that there will be no problem with a wash.
The Acrylic will not craze.
But the caveat was this, Green Power chemical is not meant for a soaking of the tank for any length of time.
Get your cleaning done in 5 minutes.
Ill do my own test though, drop a piece of acrylic in a cup as well as an old support base from a SLA and see what happens.
So as I clean the tank, what is the best light to work under?
I don’t want the thin layer of resin to cure as I’m washing the tray.
What lamp has the least possible chance of UV curing the resin.
My sample of the cleaner is being sent today, I’ll test it with parts next week
If you want to see the corporate web site:
#003 “RAPID RINSE” Prototype cleaner…per lb.Environmentally safe solvent to replace Tri-chlor, T. P. M.Acetone and other hazardous and flammable solvents 490 firstname.lastname@example.org/lb. 50 email@example.com/lb.