|Where is user guide / profiles / technical data||
You can find many resources on https://siraya.tech/pages/support
The page has:
User guide for each resin (with technical data)
Test model and guide for calibration
and many more
|Blu user guide||https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VzFjlrQhKc75iaN-Qf0vmsynhNVQGUKttrOVNdgelhw/edit?usp=sharing|
|Fast Navy Grey||https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18iL5nl2FWv_5u1KIrgbrxMJ5eTuXd10Y-fnRT06eu_0/edit?usp=sharing|
|Craft - Ultra Clear||https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XZ_qFYM_gx4T74UFVJjCCjoyP_iWhDhIfpcAe8iBIEg/edit?usp=sharing|
|How do I join Community||
We highly recommend to join our very active user group at
We are also on Discord: https://discord.gg/4u9bytjeeD
Lots professionals like yourself and they often can provide better application specific experience than we could.
|Shrinkage||All our resins have about 6% shrinkage per volume (1.5-2 % per axis) when fully cured. The only exception is Sculpt Ultra resin.
For 3D printing resin, this is excellent shrinkage and accurate data. The core material is similar across brands, so that you would expect a similar or worse performance from other resins. The difference is some shrink in a more consistent manner which would warp less, while thus, that shrink inconsistently would warp much easier.
Some brands quote uncured numbers, which is misleading for the end-user.
Build resin is also another resin that is easier to print than Sculpt and shrinks more evenly and less than most model resins.
The least shrinking resin in our lineup is Sculpt Ultra (a special version of Sculpt). It is composite with about 2.5% volume shrinkage.
|Food Safe||Our resin are not tested for long term storage food (this is true for all UV 3D printing resin that is under $200). So we do not recommend you do that.
For temporary food usage, there are food safe coating but even is still need to be used with caution.
|best way to get help||https://www.facebook.com/groups/sirayatech/permalink/747118726199511/|
|warping||The best way to minimize prints from warping
1) Keep the model on the build plate until cleaning and curing is done. This keeps shrinkage more even across
2) Create extra designs on the model to balance shrinkage. This is best seen in this video:
3) Use less shrinkage resin. A good option is our Build resin which shrinks more evenly
|Cast Review Video||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdHpgwGPzcE|
|Dye / Coloring Recommendation||
You can use these Non-alcoholic Dye for coloring.
|MSDS||Please find latest MSDS here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rQTcEhom005g-mzquUUh9aOmioajqDLmgSl7T661SOw/edit?usp=sharing|