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The printer prints exceptionally fast, around 20mm per hour (0.05mm layer height and two-second exposure per layer), but this speed does not mean we lose detail, far from it. We printed miniature gaming figures in our test prints, including one figure that had a hollow chest cavity. The print was super detailed and captured the intricate marks designed into the figure.
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The quality and speed of this MSLA resin printer make it the ideal way to learn more about the 3D printing process and how to design your own projects.
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