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Tax credit claim form 2018IR526 (18)For donation claims onlyMarch 20181 April 2017 31 March 2018Your name1IRD number(8 digit numbers start in the second box.)YEAR ENDINGYour addressTax year231 March2
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hey guys it's Sean from tested we areback today with a review of the formlabs form 3 it's their newest SL a resinprinter and we've been using it for about two months this is a prettyin-depth long-term kind of review Before we jump into it I think we should reviewSLA printing just for those of you who may not know you have FDM printing whichis the plastic filament printing you typically see around home and schoolsand is probably the most common 3d printing that pops up have a spool ofplastic filament that gets extruded through a hot nozzle and drawn onto theprint bed SLA or stereo lithography printing works a little different it isa liquid resin which is getting cured and hardened by a UV light so in thiscase a laser which is the same as their previous form - and form one plus havingsaid that once you're done with the print you typically have to wash it inalcohol to get off the extra resin sometimes there's a little post curingthat you have to do with a UV light or out in the Sun depending on the resinand the print process itself generally is a platform that goes down into aliquid vat of resin a laser or other UV light hits it through a optically cleartray bottom hardens it there's usually a peel process which breaks it loose fromthe bottom of the tank so in the case of the form - it would slide to the sidebreak it loose lift up the resin flows back in and it repeats that until you'reall done so what they've done with the form 3 is kind of a drastic departurefrom how SLA has been done before they're calling it low for stereolithography and that involves two mechanisms which are different than thetwo the first is a tray the resin tray has a flexible bottom and combined withthat is a light processing unit the LPU which actually moves the laser back andforth across the bottom of the tray so it will tent up the bottom of thatflexible tray and basically as it moves past the printed part it is doing a bitof a peel process as it goes so it doesn't move theafterwards that's it it raises it up to let the resin flow back in and itcontinues that until it's done what that allows the printer to do is it puts farless strain on the print and the print supports so you know when you have thesesuspended from the tray there's usually some kind of support mechanism whichholds the print itself so the low force carrier lithography allows you to getfiner surface finish and use less supports or finer point tips which willbreak off easier or a combination of the both and in practice it definitelyworked I got really really nice prints out of it and we'll go in a little morehow the mechanism on this particular unit works after we talk about the restof the specs they've also lowered the laser spot sizeit is an 85 micron laser spot versus the 140 micron spot size that was on theforum - so theory should be able to get finer detail resolved with that laserthe wattage has remained the same between the two it can handle...
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