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    Outdoor Safe 3D Printing Resin?


    I am fairly new to 3D printing. My company recently bought a Photon S printer for doing some basic printing. I am currently creating a insert sleeve and a protective cap for our infrared sensor. My concern is the resin we use, which is Anycubic's grey resin. I know now that the anycubic photon uses a UV lamp to cure the resin which is neat. My worry is, as my parts will be outside in sunlight, is there a problem with the resin becoming over-hardened from the sun? Is there a better resin to use for outdoor use? Or will it need to be painted (we would like to avoid painting at all possible costs to keep production time down).



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