IC163 is one of the first resins we’ve tried that’s designed with Filigree in mind and seems to only be able to handle these kind of models. The exposure times were much more sensitive than I’m used to, with minute but measure-able variations between exposure times, this helped us dial it in perfectly.
With another resin review comes an update to the Castable Resin Ranked List. Last week we published our video review of the Senertek V3 Castable resin, you can read a full blog post dedicated to this resin as well. With adding it to the comparison chart there are two things to note.
Throughout the online communities Senertek makes an appearance as offering awesome print and casting quality, capable of competing with seemingly higher end, more expensive castable resins. I can safely say that this is… sometimes the case.
When PowerResin reached out to us and asked if we wanted to review their castable resins, I had no idea what to expect. I use resins, plural because Power Resin offers multiple kinds of resin tailored to what type of model you’re printing. We’re going to focus on ‘Dark’, as it is by far my favourite overall.
Shannon and I never expected to have had the opportunity to review so many products when we first thought about getting into 3D printing. We have learned a lot and felt that we should share this knowledge. We’ve chronicled our findings through our Youtube Channel but it’s gotten to the point where watching hours of videos isn’t realistic and a cliff notes version of which resin might suit your needs best needed to be created. We hope you find it useful.