My method for keeping the resin tank clean is to filter the resin with a disposable paint filter funnel. Unfortunately the funnel could not be left unattended because it would sink to the bottom of my holding cup. I created this filter holding funnel to solve that problem. Here is the .form file if you’d like to use this.
Resin Cleaning Process:
Setup funnel, filter, and cup.
Pour the resin from the tank into the filter (I leave the wiper in the filter to keep it out of way).
Use the scraper and a spatula to remove the final resin from the tank and lift off any stuck pieces.
Return the filtered resin to the clean tank and store it with wiper and lid in the box it was shipped in.
I went to like your FB page and noticed you’re in Brooklyn Park! I grew up in Brooklyn Center, and went to Park Center.
I haven’t moved too far. In White Bear Lake now, and my office is in Lowertown, St. Paul. You should actually come down and visit. It’s a cooperative of engineering and industrial design firms. A very cool space.
Cool, I have been learning ZBrush for a few years. I have started bringing my SolidWorks files into ZB for final adjustments of edges and decorative features. I have yet to feel like I know how to use ZB, more of a serious dabbler.