Introducing Anycubic High-Speed Resin for Fast Resin Printing

Introducing Anycubic High-Speed Resin for Fast Resin Printing

3D printing speed is a key factor in the efficiency of 3D printing jobs and projects, and user demand for rapid production is growing. In order to meet the demand for high efficiency, 3D printing technology and materials are constantly improving, and Anycubic High Speed Resin is an important step in that direction. The resin is specifically designed to be compatible with the Anycubic Photon Mono M5s, which can provide users with printing speeds up to 3X faster than traditional resin 3D printers. In this guide, we will introduce the specifications, features and printing settings of Anycubic high-speed resin, provide its printing parameters, and explore how to use high-speed resin to shorten 3D printing time.


Features of Anycubic High-Speed Resin

Speed is becoming increasingly important to the 3D printing world. Users want to test and improve their prototyping designs in less time, and hobbyists are craving faster 3D prints to create to complete their projects. High-speed resins are an important tool for this process, often with low viscosity properties that allow for faster curing times, which can help increase the overall speed of resin printing. In addition to the high-speed printing experience, how accurate and rigid are high-speed resins? A thorough evaluation of these material properties is necessary to determine if Anycubic High Speed Resin will meet the needs of your 3D project.


Anycubic high-speed resin has low viscosity characteristics, which can ensure smooth and fast material flow during the 3D printing process, and it reduces exposure and curing time, boosting the speed of resin printing. In the printing test, when printed with Anycubic Photon Workshop 3.1 (or higher) and Anycubic Photon Mono M5s Setting at 0.1 mm layer thickness and 2 mm shell perforation and extraction, the printing speed can reach 105mm/h, which is much higher than the print speed of ordinary resin printers of 30-50mm/h. In addition, the high-speed resin has excellent rigidity, it also can ensure the presentation of details in 3D printed products. During the post-processing process, Anycubic high-speed resin shows more soluble in alcohol, cleaning will be more convenient and fast.

  • Low viscosity, fast printing
  • Sturdy and not easily deformed
  • Stable performance, good detail rendering
  • Easy to clean

Anycubic High-Speed Resin Specifications and Settings

  • Specifications of Anycubic High Speed Resin
Wavelength 365-405 nm Elongation at break 6-9 %
Density 1.15 g/cm3 Shrinkage 5.1-6.2 %
Viscosity 55-65 cP or mPa·s Flexural strength 60-85 MPa
Surface hardness 90-93 D Flexural modulus 1800-3000 MPa
Tensile strength 45-60 MPa Conservation period 18 Months
  • Printing Parameters of Anycubic High Speed Resin
Anycubic High Speed Resin Layer Thickness Normal Exposure Time Off Time Bottom Exposure Time Bottom Layers Z Lift Distance Z Lift Speed Z Retract Speed
Photon Mono M5s 0.1 mm 1.7 s 0.5 s 10 s 3 3 mm 20 mm/s 20 mm/s

It is recommended to use Anycubic Photon Workshop 3.1 (or higher) for slicing. Users of the Photon Mono M5s can select the high-speed mode that will perfectly match Anycubic high-speed resin. Photon Mono M5s uses a high-speed release film, which can reduce the release force. Together with low-viscosity high-speed resin, it ensures a higher printing success rate and can steadily increase the printing speed.

In Conclusion

Choosing the right material for your resin 3D printing project will affect the results, quality, and success of your 3D prints. Choosing Anycubic high-speed resin can greatly optimize the speed and efficiency of printing. It is popular with many users and 3D printing enthusiasts due to its ability to print at high speeds, compatibility with Anycubic Photon Mono M5s, and a design that meets the user's needs for accuracy and quality. It is recommended to work with Photon Mono M5s to better utilize its advantages when using high-speed resin.

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