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November 6th, 2011

Yeah with the title I pretty much gave it away!

I had the VAT Tilt with a borosilicate glass and placed some of the Lee Filter samples.

My Heart’s On Fire!

I placed a nylon film that did not stick to silicone ( from previous posts ).  Focused an image and put a few drops of resin on the slides. Placed it on the filter and slid it fast from underneath the slide. I am cooking now – there is smoke. This polymerization is an exothermic reaction. I was stunned at the sight of something forming in the resin, so much so that I let whole 20 second pass by. The result?!:

And the Grand Finale ( watch out – lots of pictures ):

That is cured resin in rubbing alcohol 97%.

There is a pin for scale that was not printed on the printer obviously!


Until we meet again…



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  1. fogassa
    November 9th, 2011 at 07:44 | #1

    Wow, nice to see something showing up. Was that a single shot or was is it layer built? great work!

    • Printer
      November 9th, 2011 at 23:36 | #2

      Wow, a comment from a master! That is all a single shot, believe it or not. It was an exposure of 20 sec of the 9663. I am assuming ( and will confirm in practice ) that a layer of 0.025 will harden in 2-3 seconds.
      Check the pics of the pin and the heart – look at the leading edge – it is even crisper in real life!

  2. fogassa
    November 11th, 2011 at 01:45 | #3

    Ha Ha Ha … ” master” that was a good one :-)
    Well, things got preaty bussy this year,have not much free time to play with my printer, it is only enough to be lurking at other brilliant minds work.
    Keep it up, good work, I wish I had the money and the time to keep it on going, but looks like the two things doesn´t get along very well.

  3. Toyokawa
    November 15th, 2011 at 16:45 | #4

    Impressive publish! STICK WITH IT!

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