What to use to clean a 3D printer?
Tripropylene Glycol Methyl Ether, also known as Glycol TPM has a wide variety of applications, it is most commonly used in the cleaning process of 3D printers. When a 3D printer machine is used it leaves behind a SLA residue that will hinder future job prints if it is not properly cleaned. The most common resins used to manufacturer parts in the DLS printing process include urethanes, epoxies, silicones, and etc. Any amount of resin left by the printers will tarnish the value of the product created and ultimately hurt the reputation of the product produced.
Glycol TPM is cruical to use is the post-process cleaning of SLA 3D printers. It has been used as a coupling agent and solvent in paint, varnish, and rust removers, and has become more prominent in the growing industry of 3D printing. Glycol TPM is ideal for this application due to its low viscosity which is key for removing the printed resin that the machines leave behind.
Countiued Benefits of Glycol TPM
Buy EcoLink’s Glycol TPM to optimize the full use of your 3D printer and not to worry about left behind resins anymore.
Glycol TPM, is sold in bulk orders at EcoLink, we will provide you with the amount you need to ensure the cleanest possible printer and that it is efficiently running at maximum capability. To find our supplies of Glycol TPM find us at
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