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Re: LCD Based Printer; Photopolymer Samples

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  • jsangiolo@ymail.com
    The description of the product I bought was low odor as well as low VOC so there was some basis for me to expect low odor.
    Message 1 of 45 , Feb 27, 2013
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      The description of the product I bought was "low odor" as well as "low VOC" so there was some basis for me to expect low odor.


      --- In diy_3d_printing_and_fabrication@yahoogroups.com, "arthur2shedsj" <arthur2shedsj@...> wrote:
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      > --- In diy_3d_printing_and_fabrication@yahoogroups.com, "jsangiolo@" <john_sangiolo@> wrote:
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      > > I'm not sure about it being low odor. I bought PS102 (UV version) last summer. It was supposed to be low odor, but it has an extremely strong smell. I had to work with a door open (in a room that could be cut off from the rest of the living space) and still couldn't stay in the room longer than a 1/2 hour without it getting to me. Granted, I don't have the new stuff (not willing to buy a gallon) but the description was the same except for the wavelengths to cure.
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      > > I will say that I was able to get it to cure with a 405nm laser even though it was specifically a UV resin and it was affordable (when it was available in the quart size)
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      > Sometimes people confuse low voc with low odor. 99% of the applications are industrial and odor never even comes up. The new versions on the website are all low viscosity under 100cps, low or no voc with very low or no odor.
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      > They typically sell in 5 and 55 gallon drums or tankers. They offer a few resins in single gallons as a service for hobbyists. The prices are so low that it's just not economical to supply custom quarts.
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      > Sometimes the -V420 version that is sensitive in the visible spectrum up to ~440nm gets into or is substituted for the UV version sensitive up to ~380nm. The -UV version might work at 405nm but it's not guaranteed.
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    • chenw1115@yahoo.cn
      holle,do your lcd printer work now?
      Message 45 of 45 , Apr 23, 2014
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        holle,do  your lcd printer work  now?
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