Exploring 3D Printing: Resin vs. Filament

When it comes to 3D printing, two primary technologies dominate the market: resin-based printing and filament-based printing. Each method has its unique strengths and weaknesses, catering to unique needs and preferences. In this blog post, we'll delve into the pros and cons of both resin and filament printing, helping you understand which option might be best suited for your projects.

Resin Printing: Precision and Speed

Resin printing, exemplified by Phrozen Resins, is renowned for its exceptional precision and speed. Using liquid resin cured by UV light, this method produces highly detailed prints with smooth surfaces. The curing process occurs layer by layer, resulting in faster printing times compared to traditional filament printers. Additionally, resin prints require minimal post-processing, making them ideal for intricate designs and rapid prototyping.


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