Standard resin is the most common material used with resin 3D printers. To meet more specific needs, there are also tough resins, ABS-like resins, and high clear resins available for users to choose from. Each of them has unique properties. In this guide, we focus on the features and uses of Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro, and provide its printing parameters to better adapt to the printer owned by the user.
Characteristics of Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro
Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro has excellent quality and performance and is very popular among 3D printing users. ABS-like resin is known for its higher mechanical properties and is flexible enough to resist breakage, making it ideal for printing prototypes and parts that require impact-resistant qualities. Compared with ordinary resin, the tensile strength and hardness of Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro have been significantly improved, making it suitable for printing models with high durability and sturdiness. Another outstanding feature is its flexibility. This resin has an elongation at break of 20-30%, providing toughness and greater resistance to breakage.
- Excellent impact resistance. The printed model is stable and has high hardness.
- High toughness and low shrinkage. Models are easy to bend and are not brittle after curing.
- High precision. The surface of the model is smooth and highlights the details.
- Compatible with LCD and DLP printers.
- Upgraded formula and packaging. Shelf life up to two years.
Printing Parameters of Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro
Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro has high strength and toughness, and is able to remain stable under pressure. In order to fully utilize the performance and potential of the resin, it is crucial to optimize the printing parameters when printing with a resin printer. Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro is compatible with most resin printers on the market. It is recommended to use Anycubic resin printer with it to obtain a smooth printing experience. Below are the recommended Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro printing parameters. You can adjust and optimize them for different printing needs.
|Resin+||Layer Thickness||Normal Exposure Time||Off Time||Bottom Exposure Time||Bottom Layers||Z Lift Distance||Z Lift Speed||Z Retract Speed|
|Photon Mono||0.05 mm||2.5 s||0.5 s||40 s||6||6 mm||4 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon Mono X||0.05 mm||2 s||0.5 s||28 s||4||8 mm||2 mm||3 mm/s|
|Photon Mono X 6K||0.05 mm||2 s||0.5 s||23 s||6||8 mm||2 mm/s||3 mm/s|
|Photon Mono 4K||0.05 mm||2 s||0.5 s||40 s||6||6 mm||4 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon M3||0.05 mm||2 s||0.5 s||23 s||4||6 mm||3 mm/s||4 mm/s|
|Photon M3 Plus||0.05 mm||2 s||0.1 s||23 s||3||4 mm||6 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon M3 Max||0.05 mm||3 s||2.5 s||35 s||6||10 mm||2 mm/s||3 mm/s|
|Photon M3 Premium||0.05 mm||2.5 s||1 s||25 s||2||8 mm||6 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon Mono X2||0.05 mm||2.5 s||1 s||20 s||5||8 mm||2 mm/s||3 mm/s|
|Photon Mono 2||0.05 mm||3 s||1 s||25 s||5||6 mm||4 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon Mono X6Ks||0.05 mm||3 s||0.5 s||20 s||5||8 mm||2 mm/s||3 mm/s|
|Photon Mono M5||0.05 mm||3 s||0.5 s||30 s||5||8 mm||6 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon Mono M5s||0.05 mm||3 s||0.5 s||25 s||5||8 mm||6 mm/s||6 mm/s|
|Photon D2||0.05 mm||2.5 s||1 s||28 s||5||5 mm||2 mm/s||3 mm/s|
Conclusion and Usage Suggestions
Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro combines strength, toughness and compatibility, making it the first choice for professionals and amateurs alike. After printing with Anycubic ABS-Like Resin Pro, the model needs to be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol to remove excess resin. Through resin post-processing methods, smoother and more refined 3D prints can also be obtained. Note that when using resin, please be sure to take safety measures and keep the resin container sealed when not in use to avoid contamination.
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