2024-06-09 (Su) GrinderCompassMKIII Color change

The black chassis was so difficult to see while installing the spinner that I ordered some white resin for same-day delivery. When it arrived, I stored the black resin and cleaned the vat to make room for the white. The new formula was marketed as "ABS-Like," so I expected some strength. The prints were reluctant to release from the print bed. I printed three chassis with different heights, but one broke during removal from the printer. One-half of the tweezers also snapped in a couple of places. I repaired both by dipping the exposed fractures into the vat and curing the new resin with a UV flashlight. The mended chassis was still curing when I took the picture.
White chassis and tweezer

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