Fine Tuner FT3, low yellowing fast and low viscosity photo accelerant up to 420 nm

Regular price 70.00 €

Fine Tuner FT3 is a very low yellowing, fast and low viscosity accelerant additive with improved mixing properties at low room temperature. 
It is recommended for increasing the cure speed of our 3Dresyns in SLA, DLP, LCD & Inkjet 3D printers having Ultraviolet or  Visible "daylight" lasers, LEDS, standard DLP projectors  or day light visible Liquid Crystal Display LCDs as well as with Hg and Xenon lamps.
Fine Tuner FT3 is a lower viscosity, slightly slower curing but less yellowing and higher photobleaching version of Fine Tuner FT2, both having extended absorption into the Visible light spectrum up to 420 nm.

Fine Tuner FT3 is ideal for increasing the print speed without causing significant yellowing to prints in Ultraviolet and Visible SLA, DLP, LCD & Inkjet 3D printers.

Its use is essential in UV & Visible SLA, DLP, LCD & Inkjet 3D printers, which do not provide the option of changing neither the light power (mW/cm2) nor the exposure time (seconds), because speeds up the cure of your prints.

    Fine Tuner FT3 is supplied as a kit, which contains 1 dispenser (dropper) with 60 mL or 250 mL of FT3, 1 measuring flask to measure exactly the minimum volume of 3Dresyns needed for fine tuning (dependant on minimum required printing volumen of individual resin tanks (vats)) and 1 empty 250 mL black bottle to mix, keep and protect fine tuned 3Dresins from day light. Please do not expose 3Dresyns to direct natural daylight or artificial room  light to prevent curing.


    Note:  Fine Tuner FT3 is recommended for printers working with UV & Visible  light wavelengths up to 420 nm (150-420 nm range). Our 60 mL dispenser of FT3 is normally used at small dosage and it is enough for fine tuning between 6-12 Litres of 3D resins. Fine Tuner FT3 tends to crystallise naturally. A gentle warming (use microwave with extreme caution) will redissolve the crystals.

    Instructions about how to fine tune our 3Dresyns in your printer settings. For more info click here