A friend just told me that this has been introduced, so I’ll start the thread.
UPDATE I totally missed the announcement, but @Tex posted a link to the webinar in the thread, which I would recommend highly. It’s a great place to start. It answered a lot of my questions that I haven’t been able to find on the site, like whether we can continue to use the R&R investments or Satincast that we still have. The webinar also covered a lot of information about printing and casting issues with resins in general. Very informative. Well done, Formlabs. https://3d.formlabs.com/recording-new-jewelry-material-jan-2020/?utm_campaign=webinar-cw40-jan-2020&utm_medium=email&utm_source=direct
@Formlabs, there are links that are misdirecting on the Castable Wax 40 page…see my post below. Any links I clicked go back to the Castable Wax 40 page. Information about Casting and links for the investment just reload the same page.
(previous message posted) Has anyone used this and have pointers? I just ordered a cartridge and the LT tank it requires for my Form 2. I have had inconsistent results with Castable Wax (purple). I switched to Open Mode with Bluecast and had great results. But I really like the all-in-one solution of the cartridges and tanks, which is why I bought Formlabs over four years ago.
I have enthusiastically purchased some new Castable Wax 40 to try.
Looking forward to a new solution. I love the fact it was developed with Rio Grande…they rock, and I trust their expertise. I found this information on their site: https://www.riogrande.com/product/formlabs-cw40-castable-resin/701481
Formlabs developed CW40 in collaboration with Rio Grande and GIA in response to user feedback.