best resin for gaming miniatures
lifebane38 last edited by
Hello all. I have an Anycubic Photon and have been printing gaming miniatures with the standard resin from Anycubic directly. I have found that these minis cannot survive even a 1 foot fall without breaking due to the brittleness. Is there a better resin for my purposes? Thanks!
kagekitsune last edited by
you can do one or 2 things, you can instead of printing them hollow print them solid, that should increase str, otherwise you want to look for Tough resin, theres alot out there but finding the right one thats compatible with your photon will be a challenge.
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BrooklynCarragher last edited by
I'm a tabletop gamer, so minis are obvious, as you mentioned. I also use my resin printer for upgrading board game components and other small, precise bits and bobs.
My FDM printer is for terrain and other cool bigger stuff. When I get it dialed in better I want to build a life size BD-1 from Jedi- Fallen Order.