“Previously the confine of professionals and hobbyists with deep pockets, resin-based 3D printing is the bold new frontier for the desktop 3D printing market. Anycubic found mass appeal with its Photon 3D printer some years ago, and today we’re reaping the reward of competitors trying to pry the demand away with their own offerings.

Generally priced well below $1,000, both beginners and experts alike can benefit from such budget machines, with high-resolution 3D printing now both affordable and prolific.

Initially revealed in 2017, the Elegoo Mars marked yet another exciting addition to this ever-growing collection of budget resin 3D printers. However, it took the company some time to prepare this sub-$400 LCD 3D printer for the consumer market.”

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Printer Specifications

System: ChiTu L5.5 Series XY Resolution: 0.047mm(2560*1440)
Operation: 3.5 Inch Touch Screen Z Axis Accuracy: 0.00125mm
Slicer Software: ChiTu DLP Slicer Layer Thickness: 0.01-0.2mm
Connectivity: USB Printing Speed: 22.5mm/h
Printing Technology: LED Display Photocuring Power Requirements: 110-220V, 12V5A 60W
Light Source: UV Integrated Light(wavelength 405nm) Build Volume: 4.72*2.68*6.1 inches

Mars Printer Settings

Try our UNICAL™ Calibration Model

If you’re trying Monocure 3D Resin for the first time or have just got a new printer, you’ll need to tweak your slicer settings to ensure perfect synergy between our resin and your printer. The most efficient way to achieve this is by using a Calibration Model. These small, intricate models are quick to print. To calibrate your printer using the UNICAL™ Download the STL model here and for step-by-step instructions on how to use the UNICAL™ head to our 3D Calibration Model Page.