Mach5ive Screen Savers are available for several resin 3D printer models. See the full list, along with links here.
Maximize your 3D resin builds and protect your machine with Mach5ive Screen Protector. Don’t let an accident or any resin residue get into your lovely, expensive LCD screen.
Mach5ive Screen Saver is an improvement from our previous screen protection kits. We understand that most 3D printers do not have screen security against FEP leaks, resin spills, or other damage from dropped build plates.
This protector covers the bezel and the screen of your 3D printer. It is clear, durable, and seals the gap between the screen and the printer chassis.
Even your printer’s polarizer is protected. As we all know they can be easily scratched and damaged. You need to re-level your build plate per the instructions included in the installation. You may also need to increase your exposure times as the Screen Saver will allow greater than 93% of the light through.
With the Screen Saver on, you can now free up your time from tidying up your printer right after a print. Have complete peace of mind knowing that your LCD screen, FED film, and printer internals are safe from resin leaks.
Plus, you can also avoid expensive repairs. Several sizes are available according to your printer size and preference. Just click the drop-down menu and choose which size you need.
Get high-quality and durable protection with our Mach5ive Screen Saver that is flexible, safe from tears and abrasion, and build to last.
The kit also contains a microfiber cloth, screen wipes, squeegee, and of course, installation instructions.
Mach5ive Screen Protector features protective layers on top and bottom to prevent scratches during shipping. It also has a top layer PET hard-coating to help prevent damage from a dropped build plate or other potential damage.
If you can't find a protector for your specific resin 3D printer, please contact us using this form and we can work together to develop one.
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