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Light Curing Box
|CUREbox UV Post-Cure Chamber, 115VAC||WECB||$699.00|
|Replacement UV LED Modules (set of 4) for CUREbox||CL365-4||$49.00|
CUREbox - The elevated clear polycarbonate work surface permits UV coverage from all sides, and even the bottom of your part. The inside of the chamber is lined with highly reflective (>98% total reflectance) panels that are engineered to work with the specific wavelengths inside the chamber, providing very high efficiency and uniformity of radiant energy. The result is a more even cure and increased dimensional stability. CUREbox has highly specular (shiny) reflectors, offering >98% reflectivity. The enclosure is manufactured of premium powder coated and silk screened 16 gage steel. Fasteners are all 303 grade stainless steel. Handle and hinges are CNC machined and powder coated 6061 grade aluminum. CUREbox is fit for use in a clean room environment, right down to the glove-compatible resistive touch screen. CUREbox is built for work and you'll feel that the instant you remove it from the box.
A Note on lamp life:
The lamps in your CUREbox are not like traditional lamps. It is not visibly obvious when they’ve reached the end of their usable life. There is a period of time before complete failure where the lamps do not emit sufficient power to properly post-cure your model. It is advisable not to wait until the lamps fail visibly (no longer light) to replace them. They should be replaced after approximately 1,000 hours. This translates to about six months in a single-shift production environment. Change lamps more often in multiple-shift environments or with frequent use of high (60-80C) chamber temperatures. Change lamps less often in occasional use environments.
If the lamps in your chamber are flickering, even when not in a cycle or when power is removed, they are simply beyond the end of their usable life. This flickering is typically not noticed until the last of the four lamps have failed. This does not indicate an issue with your CUREbox, it is typical behavior for a failed lamp to flicker, even after power is removed.