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Review LONGER Orange 30 3D Printer, 2K Resin 3D Printer, Parallel LED Lighting, 4.72″x2.68″x6.69″ Large Printing Size, Off-line Printing

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Details: LONGER Orange 30 3D Printer, 2K Resin 3D Printer, Parallel LED Lighting, 4.72″x2.68″x6.69″ Large Printing Size, Off-line Printing

Brand: Longer

review LONGER Orange 30 3D Printer, 2K Resin 3D Printer, Parallel LED Lighting, 4.72

LCD is a new technology of stereolithography(SLA) 3D printing. Compare to traditional SLA, LCD can be more valuable as it uses an array of LEDs shining through an LCD to project the UV light to cure the resin.

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Advantages

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  • 【High Precision & Larger Printing Size】Orange 30 is a higher precision resin 3d printer, with built-in 2k LCD screen at 2560×1440 resolution and 47.25µm pixel size, offering bigger size of printing at 4.72 x 2.68x 6.69 inches; Improved solid linear guide and special slider design to enhance the accuracy and stability of Z axis.
  • 【Uniform Matrix UV Lighting】Integrated with matrix UV LED arrays, Orange 30 provides better printing performance since the matrix illumination provides better uniformity, higher intensity and shorter time of curing.
  • 【Easy Operation & Fast Slicing】 Full color touch screen. Real-time printing status preview. Easy leveling. Upgraded trough with scale, more convenient. LONGER self-developed slicing software, output 100M slicing file in 1 minute, 3 times faster. Smart support generation in one-click. Also supported by CHITUBOX.
  • 【Fast Cooling & High Temperature Warning System】Temperature detection system included. The system will stop printing when temperature is too high. Equipped with high efficiency cooling system to improve lifespan of this 3D printer.

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

review LONGER Orange 30 3D Printer, 2K Resin 3D Printer, Parallel LED Lighting, 4.72

review LONGER Orange 30 3D Printer, 2K Resin 3D Printer, Parallel LED Lighting, 4.72

Buyer Guide 3D Printers

If you’re looking to buy a 3D Printer, read on. The following buying guide gives all the information you need to make a sound choice.

  • The 3 main printer types are desktop 3D printers, industrial 3D printers, and fused deposition modeling (FDM) printers.
  • Desktop 3D printers are cheap, easy to use, and quite affordable. They work well for small projects and are a great choice for home use.
  • Industrial 3D printers are versatile, reliable, and can handle larger heavier materials. They’re also the most expensive 3D printers.
  • FDM printers are the least expensive 3D printers. They’re best suited for hobbyists, students, and classrooms.
  • Most 3D printers are 3D scanners. You can use these devices to scan your ideas, objects, or designs, and then print them.
  • Printers have four main parts: the print bed, the extruder, the nozzle, and the motor.
  • Printers come in two main types: fused filament fabrication (FFF) and fused deposition modeling (FDM). FFF 3D printers use spools of filaments (plastic), while FDM 3D printers use thermoplastic (plastic) powder.

How to choose 3D Printers

When shopping for a 3D printer, there are a couple of key factors to keep in mind:

  • How easy is the 3D printer to use? Buying a 3D printer can be intimidating, particularly if you’re not familiar with how it works. When choosing a printer, look for one that has a clear instruction manual, as well as clear and detailed guides online. Also, consider whether the 3D printer comes with software or is compatible with other platforms.
  • Does the 3D printer work right? 3D printers aren’t cheap. Before you buy a 3D printer, it’s important to test it out and make sure it works right. Most 3D printers come with either an SD card or a USB flash drive, so it’s a good idea to download and test the 3D printer’s software before committing to the purchase.

How to maintain 3D Printers

 You probably already know that 3D printers are handy little devices. However, did you know that maintaining your 3D printer is just as important? You can have the best-quality printer on the market, but if you don’t take the time to maintain it, it won’t last long.

  • Clean the print bed regularly. The bed is the part of the printer that holds the object to be printed. If the bed isn’t properly cleaned, your print may not come out as clean as you would like. Make sure the print bed is cleaned at least once a week, and more frequently as needed. Also, make sure you clean the print bed with warm, soapy water.
  • Use a filament conditioner. Filament conditioners help clean the extruder and nozzle of the printer. They also help remove clogs from the extruder and help clean the filament when the print is done.
  • Use an ultrasonic cleaner. Ultrasonic cleaners can be used to clean the break and nozzle of the printer. Ultrasonic cleaners can also be used to clean printer accessories, including filaments.
  • Use a filament dryer. Filament dryers help remove moisture from the nozzle and print head, helping to prevent clogs.
  • Use an air compressor to blow out the filament. If your printer filament is stiff or thick, you may want to use a compressor to blow the filament out to remove moisture.
  • Use rubbing alcohol and cotton swabs to clean the print head. Sometimes, the filament can bend and clog your print head. To clean this area, mix 5% rubbing alcohol with cotton swabs, and gently clean the print head.