I have essentially two types of issues with “TOUHG” resin finishing.
The cleaning is pretty darn difficult, but I might fix that by purchasing yet more IPA and rinse in clean baths.
But then, the curing… I put it in my oven at 80° C on a rotating platform and shine a nail polish hardener lamp on it.
Both platform and UV light don’t like these temperatures :
-The UV light’s plastic shell is all warped
-The platform stops rotating at some point (yet it manages to revive after cooling).
But the big problem is that the temperature makes the part all soft and flimsy until it cools down. Is that expected ?
Then, the second issue I have is to get rid of support stubs : when I sand the surface, it becomes whitish.
The scratches are visible and that makes a rather ugly result.
Any thoughts ?