I designed a multiwell plate that I need to hold a small volume of liquid for approx 16 hours at 4C, and the rest of the time at room temperature.
Which resin would be optimal for this application?
My institution offers these resins: clear, tough, flexible, durable.
Any of them will work find at those temperatures if all they have to do is hold a small volume of liquid (provided the liquid doesn’t attack the printed part). You tend to run in to trouble with the printed parts at higher temps where they soften up. They’ll get brittle when cold, but if you’re not stressing them it won’t matter… I’d probably use clear since it’ll make it easier to see the liquid.
Great, went with clear. Thanks Randy!
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