Jewelermdt wrote:I cover it with a piece of cardboard and on top of the cardboard are some packets of silica gel absorbent. I just stir it up with the spatula and start printing.
Thanks for the info Jewelermdt. I live in a really humid climate so have always sealed my trays after use as I started with an Asiga and their resins. The Asiga resins just died on you if they got humidity in them.
With the SolusWax Pro.....I am finding a glove on each hand, one under the film to stop stretching, and then just stir with a finger on the other hand. Mixes the resin and gets anything that has settled on the film back into the resin.
For my second cast I tried the quick ramp to 1450. Cast well but they were only light pieces. The Kevvox LC200 liked a quick burnout as well but I could never get it to work with heavier objects. Will see how the SolusWax Pro goes with heavier items soon.