We are trying to make a decision on which resin 3d printer to get. I think we are close to deciding on the Phenom L.
Most of what we will print will be engineering models - stuff and parts that need to fit together with other stuff and parts, sometimes printed on this machine, sometimes CNC machines, sometimes molded
does anyone have a tolerance range we can expect to be able to achieve with the Phenom L?
for example - if we were to print a 100mm x 100mm x 100mm hollow cube - how accurate would that be? +/- 1mm? +/- .01mm? will it be square, or skewed slightly?
most of what we see people printing with these larger machines are figurines and artwork type projects - very few projects that need to be assembled within a certain tolerance.
can anyone give specific responses to these questions?