Vacuum UV Curing!

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adambrxadambrx 03/29/2017 at 15:461 Comment

One of my first attempts of a curing chamber can be seen here. The Model was placed in a diffusion container and submerged in water. The container was placed in a makeshift UV exposure chamber.

The newest build features a custom UV LED fitted vacuum chamber for best results. 10 minutes in the 'oven' and the prints are rock hard.


Iaroslav Kovalenko wrote 04/12/2017 at 13:36 point

You built a nice vacuum chamber! Is there significant difference between vacuum and normal chamber?

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