We’ve started a page to help you cast B9Creations resin prints.
Check back to the page occasionally as we’ll be updating it. Please register for the B9Creator Forums and contribute your results. Thanks!
Mike Joyce, inventor of the B9Creator, has posted some new and interesting details about the meaning of Materials settings in response to a Topic question on the Forum.
Good example of how the Forum works and why it’s good to monitor all the topics as best your time permits, as sometimes really important/interesting/useful information comes out under Topic Subject lines that might not ordinarily get your attention or seem relevant.
B9Creator’s Support forum, home of learning and help with B9, has undergone some ‘under the hood’, or ‘back end’ updating of its forum software.
The update provides many new features for users, a new design, but will require registered users to get a new password.
Simply login with current credentials, and from the login failure page, click on ‘forgot password’ and a new one will be sent to your email address. Explore the new features and settings in your account settings and profile, and enjoy your enhanced learning and support!
Read 12 reviews and see the stats on B9Creator (incorrectly listed as of today with 50µm layer thickness minimum, we’ve reported 5µm as the correct number) and the rest.
Mike Joyce explains on the B9Creator forums how to define a 1:1 Red-Cherry B9Creations resin mix in the Materials Catalog, making it easier to select when printing.
Jewellery makers on the forum rave about the results they get and speed of printing with 1:1 at 30µm xyz. Try it out!
Based on the 1.7.3 software on a v1.2 B9Creator HD, there are a number of interesting comments and photos in the Topic. We’re set it up and will be trying a print soon.
Visitors to the stall at IGJME kept us busy and challenged us with plenty of good questions. We’re getting our follow ups out as soon as we can. Many thanks!
As a reminder, we have the following in stock for immediate delivery:
- B9Creator v1.2 HD printer
- B9Creations Cherry resin, 1kg bottles
- B9Creations Red resin, 1kg bottles
- B9Creations v1.2 vats, aluminum and glass
- B9Creations v1.2 build platform
- B9Creations v1.1 and v1.2 sweeper assemblies for the acrylic and the aluminum vats
- Silicone vat coating, 1.1kg kits of two parts to mix 10:1
Contact us via web form or phone with your queries.
Visit Stall 75/77 to see B9Creator, ask for the MJSA 3D printing table, see our sample prints and ring-in-a-sphere.
Check out coverage by Jewellery Technology & Machinery magazine!
See and talk with us about B9Creator at Stalls 75-77 at the India Gem & Jewellery Machinery Expo 28-30 November at the Surat International Exhibition and Convention Center in Sarsana, Surat!
The new and empowering solution for Indian jewellers’ RPT CAM needs at a fraction of the price of more famous machines.
Consumables are affordable, limited training and support are provided by KNS right here in India.
Know More, visit us at Stalls 75-77!
Our latest shipment of B9Creator HD printers has arrived and we have stock available!
If you’re holding a quotation, please complete your neft. We distribute in order of payment received.
Assembly assistance is provided here at our training centre in Bangalore if you’d like to save and purchase the kit version, returning to your facility with the assembled machine. Contact Us for a quotation if you’d like assistance at your facility (it will be expensive).
Really, it’s simple enough (and more cost effective) to follow the free pictorial pdf guides downloadable from B9Creator.com. Download the Kit Assembly Instructions v1.2 and see for yourself, then decide.
As an open-source product, the B9Creator software can be freely downloaded and used any time. We encourage you to send both technically correct stl files for sample printing as well as Job files you create in the B9 software.
Getting a taste of B9’s ease of use on Windows, Mac, and Linux will give you a better idea of how well it can work for you. So go ahead, download it, create a new Layout, Add stl(s) to the Layout, add Supports, Slice, and send the .b9j file to us for printing!