Questions/Issues Specific to the X156/X133
Published on: 17-Feb 02:51pm
Is this printer suitable for large volume printing of minis?
- If the minis are fairly small, it's likely not a good printer for that. The size of the screen on both printers has a fairly low resolution compared to our smaller printers and so is meant for printing larger pieces that don't have as much fine detail.
Can I upgrade the X156 to the 13.3" Mono screen the X133 uses?
- Yes! This is most certainly doable. Please contact our sales team (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see if we have any of these kits in stock.
Why are high bottom exposure times recommended for the large printers?
- One of the most difficult parts about the platform is getting it perfectly flat across the whole surface area, and you may have a slight difference. To ensure proper adherence, we recommend a baseline of 75s on the X156, and 30s on the X133. This is also important for prints taking up a large surface area and can be heavy, so adherence to the platform is very important. We've even taken the step to use a high quality 15.6" color screen that handles UV light much better than color screens on smaller printers, so it'll be able to last a long time even with the bottom layers.