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Translucent resin is a type of material used in 3D printing that possesses the property of translucency, which means it allows light to pass through it, albeit partially. It is commonly used in various applications such as architectural models, light fixtures, jewelry, and artistic creations where the visual effect of light transmission or diffusion is desired.

When it comes to 3D printing, translucent resin refers to a specific type of photosensitive resin used in stereolithography (SLA) or digital light processing (DLP) 3D printers. These printers use a liquid resin that solidifies when exposed to a specific wavelength of light. The resin is typically transparent or translucent in its liquid state, and once it undergoes the curing process, it solidifies into a semi-transparent or translucent object.

Translucent resin allows diffused light to pass through, resulting in a cloudy or frosted appearance. The level of translucency can be adjusted by modifying the printing parameters, such as layer thickness and exposure time, to achieve the desired level of transparency. It's important to note that the translucency of printed objects may vary based on the specific resin brand and printer settings.

For website upload, it means that you can upload a 3D model file (.STL, .OBJ, etc.) of an object designed for 3D printing with translucent resin to a website or an online service that offers 3D printing capabilities. Once uploaded, the website or service will use the file to print the object using the specified translucent resin material.

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