Temperature and humidity can affect the quality of 3D prints made with an LCD printer in several ways.
Firstly, the temperature of the printing environment can affect the viscosity of the resin used in the printing process. If the temperature is too high, the resin may become too thin and flow excessively during the printing process, leading to poor layer adhesion and a weaker finished product. On the other hand, if the temperature is too low, the resin may become too thick and not flow smoothly, leading to incomplete fills and defects in the print.
In addition, the humidity of the printing environment can also affect the printing process. High humidity can cause the resin to absorb moisture from the air, which can change its viscosity and make it more difficult to print with. This can lead to poor layer adhesion, warping, and other defects in the finished print. On the other hand, low humidity can cause the resin to dry out faster than normal, which can also result in poor layer adhesion and other defects.
Overall, it is important to maintain a consistent and controlled temperature and humidity in the printing environment to ensure the best possible results with an LCD printer.