|The 'before' pic|
|Some of the aftermath|
|I rebuilt the Z-Axis Build-Arm.|
|The relocated power panel.|
|Goldberg Sphere. 50 micron accuracy Z, 100 micron X/Y, Dimensions are 15x15x15mm|
|The rear bearing holder piece broke. I was sloppy with my dripping resin.|
The weird part about these parts dissolving is that they simply crumble into pieces. I've treated many ABS parts with acetone vapor, and parts simply 'Melt' a bit like cheese or butter, to smooth and harden parts. This UV Resin must be destroying the long CH bonds from the polymer molecules in the ABS. I think if I want to try a chemical UV bath and curing session for an ABS part, I should do it quickly before the ABS has a chance to break down.