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Review ELEGOO 10 Inches 8K Monochrome LCD with 7680 x 4320 Resolution with Tempered Glass Protection, Compatible with Saturn 2 and Saturn 8K Resin 3D Printer

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Details: ELEGOO 10 Inches 8K Monochrome LCD with 7680 x 4320 Resolution with Tempered Glass Protection, Compatible with Saturn 2 and Saturn 8K Resin 3D Printer

Brand: ELEGOO

review ELEGOO 10 Inches 8K Monochrome LCD with 7680 x 4320 Resolution with Tempered Glass Protection, Compatible with Saturn 2 and Saturn 8K Resin 3D Printer

Parameter Compatible For ELEGOO Saturn 2 printers Screen resolution: 7680 x 4320

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • The 10-inch 8K Mono LCD screen is used for ELEGOO Saturn 2 resin 3D printer.
  • Jointly developed by ELEGOO and INNOLUX, the 10 inches 8K LCD with a resolution of 7680×4320 allows you to print ultra-fine detailed 3D models at micron-level accuracy, and the cure time is only 1-3s per layer.
  • 28.5um or 0.0285mm XY axis resolution, high pixel density and a 380:1 high contrast ratio ensure smoother surface finish, delicate details and sharper edges and corners of models.
  • The replaceable scratch-resistant tempered glass above the LCD screen is the perfect fit at 9H hardness for better light transmission and protection.

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review ELEGOO 10 Inches 8K Monochrome LCD with 7680 x 4320 Resolution with Tempered Glass Protection, Compatible with Saturn 2 and Saturn 8K Resin 3D Printer

review ELEGOO 10 Inches 8K Monochrome LCD with 7680 x 4320 Resolution with Tempered Glass Protection, Compatible with Saturn 2 and Saturn 8K Resin 3D Printer

Buyer Guide 3D Printers

 A 3D printer is a machine that allows you to create three-dimensional objects from a digital file or from a 3D model.

  • Price. The price ranges from $300 for an entry-level printer to $5,000 for an industrial printer.
  • Print Speed. The print speed is the amount of time it takes to print a 3D object. The print speed varies with the printer model, but the average is 0.2 to 0.4 seconds per layer.
  • Resolution. The resolution is the number of points per inch (PPI). The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be. The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be.
  • Nozzle size. The nozzle size indicates the size of the nozzle used. The nozzle size on entry-level printers is 0.4 mm and goes to 0.3 mm on professional printers.
  • Materials. There are many types of 3D prints. The most common is PLA, which is approved by the ABS standards.
  • Filament. The filament is the material that goes into the nozzle of the printer. The filament comes in various colors and is typically sold in 1.75-gallon spools.

How to choose 3D Printers

 3D printing is a fairly new technology, and it can be difficult to sort through all of the different products available. Before you invest in a new printer, it’s important to consider which 3D printer model will best suit your printing needs.

  • Are you going to print mostly small items, or bigger, highly detailed parts? If you are only going to be printing small, highly detailed items, you may want to invest in a printer that can produce smaller parts.
  • Do you want to print in plastic or metal? Some printers can print in plastic, while others can print in metal. Also, some printers can print both.
  • Do you need to print in full color? If you are looking to create full-color prints, you will likely need a 3D printer that can print in full color. Most 3D printers can print in somewhere between 1 and 6 colors.
  • Do you need to print in high resolution? If you are printing in plastic, you may need to invest in a printer with a high-resolution printhead.
  • Do you need to print in biodegradable materials? More and more 3D printers are capable of producing prints in biodegradable materials like PLA.
  • Do you need to print using 3D models? Some 3D printers can scan an object and turn it into a 3D model that the printer can print.

How to maintain 3D Printers

 Once you buy your 3D printer, you’re going to want to maintain it. As 3DPrint.com notes, there are a few steps you should take on a regular basis, including removing and cleaning the print bed, cleaning the printer, and regularly changing the filament.

  • Remove and clean the print bed: The print bed is the part of the 3D printer that holds the filament as it is heated up and extruded into the 3D print. Regularly removing and cleaning the print bed can help your 3D printer last longer and help prevent print failure.
  • Clean the printer: The most common issue people run into with their 3D printers is nozzle clogs. If your printer overheats, a clog may form in the nozzle. If you notice a clog, try cleaning it using a hot air blower. If you notice a clog in the nozzle, it may be necessary to replace the nozzle.
  • Regularly change the filament: When you print with your 3D printer, you use filament. This can be messy, so it’s important to regularly clean the filament and change out the old filament with a new one.