In this video we discuss the different qualities and tolerances offered by SD3D for 3D printing.
When we say quality we are referring to the tolerances involved. These tolerances are determined by two factors: the height of each layer and the diameter of the nozzle being used. The smaller the nozzle and the lower the layer height, the higher the quality.
At SD3D we have standardized our quality options into four choices: Draft, standard, fine, and ultra HD resolution. These terms were arbitrarily named by our company and refer to the layer heights and nozzle diameter used.
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