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VisiJet M3 CAST Resin Cartridge - 3D Systems

SKU 24215-905

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VisiJet M3 CAST is a next generation 100% wax 3D printing material for the ProJet® MJP 3600W wax printers, delivering repeatable high quality, durable patterns at high throughput for precision metal casting excellence and reliability.

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Material Type: Visijet M3 Series
Application: Metal Casting/Jewelry
​​The below procedure is a general guideline to help the customer process their printed VisJet M3 Cast part. Your results may vary slightly from the below procedure. Before proceeding with the procedure, confirm you have the following items in place. Also, make sure to perform this procedure in a well ventilated room or under a ventilation hood. 

Items Needed:

  • Magnetic hotplate stirrer
  • Silicone net or a 3D printed Acrylate basket
  • (2) Borosilicate glass (Pyrex) container with lid/cover.
  • 99%> Isopropryl Alcohol (IPA)
  • Safety goggles
  • Respirator mask
  • Nitrile gloves
  1. Confirm that there is a clean build plate that has been placed in the freezer for a minimum of 15 minutes prior to step 2.
  1. Place the build platform on top of the cold blank build plate as shown. Keep freezer door open.
  1. Within a couple of minutes, you will hear crackling sounds. This is the sound of a parts separating from the build plate. Carefully touch each part to confirm the build part has separated from the build plate. Larger pieces will take a bit longer than smaller ones. Remove build plate from freezer when all parts have separated from build plate.
  1. Put on safety goggles, an air respirator and a pair of Nitrile gloves for the remainder of this procedure.
  2. Turn on your magnetic stirrer hot plate to 35° Celsius. If your hot plate does not have an exact temperature setting, then use a infrared thermometer. Adjust the heat dial until 35° Celsius is achieved.
  1. Fill an approved glass container with 99%> Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) and leave at least 1” of space from the top of the container.  Place on hot plate and cover with the lid to avoid evaporation. 
  1. Carefully place desired part(s) into bottom of basket. Do not double stack parts.
  1. Remove the lid from the container. Gently lower the basket in the container. 
  1. Turn on stirrer to a low/medium setting so that there is a nice smooth circulation in the container. If IPA is splashing out of container, turn your settings down.
  1. Replace lid facing upside down on top of basket. This will help reduce evaporation.
  1. Observe your part every 30 seconds (+/-) to see the progress of the support material dissolving. 
  1. This part was removed from the basket after 2 minutes. You can clearly see the support material dissolving away from the build material (M3 Cast). 
  1. Once your part(s) looks visually free of support material, turn stirrer dial to "0" and remove basket. Place basket onto a dry paper towel.
  1. Secure lid on container and turn off magnetic hot plate if no additional parts will be further processed.
  2. Place the basket into a 2nd IPA bath (room temperature) to remove any residual support material off part. Swirl the basket around manually for no more than 10 seconds.
  3. Remove basket and place on dry paper towels.
  4. Carefully remove part from basket and allow them to air dry. Part are very delicate, so handle with care.
  5. Finished processed rings below. Below is  there is white residue left on the rings. This is evaporated IPA. This will have NO affect on casting.