The filament is the feedstock for FDM/FFF 3D printers, and you might have gotten a small amount of even a roll of it with your printer purchase, but where do you buy more? Do you go back to the manufacturer or some local store?
You’ve heard them talk about 3D printers and not sure what the best way to get into them is, well this is it, a list of machines and accessories that offer the balance of price and accessibility so everyone has a chance of enabling their creativity.
Resin printing is messy and the resin itself is pretty nasty, so having a separate machine for washing your parts and curing them in a neat way could save you a lot of time and mess, this machine from Anycubic pairs well with their Photon line.
Anycubic, one of the first companies to enter the consumer level LCD-based resin printers is back with a refresh and a redesign of that first printer, the Photon. The Photon Mono has a slightly larger 6" screen with no colour filters, meaning cure times go from 8 seconds per layer, down to 2 or less. Is it a worthy entry-level machine? read on.