Print #10 – Mad Mage Accessories

After the success of printing the Mad Mage and his base, I wanted to try filling the build plate and print some accessories for my mage. I was a bit nervous and this was the fullest I’ve had my build plate, and I wasn’t sure if I’d have enough resin or how all the objects would behave next to each other in close proximity.

Print #10 - Mad Mage Accessories fresh from the resin vat.
Print #10 – Mad Mage Accessories fresh from the resin vat.

My concerns were not needed as the print succeeded without issue. The best feeling is when the print finishes and the build plate draws up the Z-axis and you see your fully formed print, sticking nicely to the build plate.

Next step was to wash it in the Wash and Cure.

Print #10 - Mad Mage Accessories fresh from washing station.
Print #10 – Mad Mage Accessories fresh from washing station.

The Wash and Cure does a great job removing uncured resin from the print. I use denatured alcohol and it works great! Last step is to cure.

Once the piece is cured, you’re good to go for trimming of the supports and any other post printing tasks (sanding, painting, etc)