I am trying to maximize the lifetime of the available resin in the tank and minimize its exposure to curing wavelengths. However, that comes into the form of two questions.
Judging by the lifetime of the resin overtime it will naturally become unusable. Even when sealed inside the provided container for auto-refill. Is this process of aging agitated by exposure to air which is why resin in the tank is suitable for only a month? Or is it the expectation that even with the printer lid curing wavelengths will eventually propagate or opening the lid overtime exposes the tank resin to curing wavelengths which through regular operation ruins the resin within the tank.
I am asking because I am wondering if it might be doable to work in an environment with artificial lighting that is specifically chosen to avoid curing wavelengths. I believe that most commercial lighting will have a portion of the spectrum which affects the curing process, but perhaps a sort of led red light work environment for those wavelengths in 500-700 nm range would eliminate the portion which covers into curing wavelengths.
Or is this such a trivial effect compared to the natural aging of the resin due to say other natural processes?