3D Models


What is 100, 200, 300 Microns?

Below are sample prints to show you the difference, from left to right you'll see

High Quality (100 Microns), Medium Quality (200 Microns), Low Quality (300 Microns)

Higher quality prints ted to have a smoother finish, if you notice in the pictures above the lower the quality the more 3D printed lines you'll see, while the higher quality models lines start to dissappear. Higher quality doesn't always mean the model will perform or look better its a matter of preference for the application needed. Lower quality is ushually better for strength and helps with the speed of the print. Higher quality prints will take longer to print while lower quality have a shorter print time.

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