How can I tell if iQprint® is compatible with my printer?

The printer manufacturer’s website should list all the print resins validated for use with that model printer. However, there are also a lot of printers on the market that allow you to input custom exposure settings in the slicing software, which will allow you to use non-validated third-party resins. You will need to ensure that the resin you’re intending to print with cures at the correct frequency (displayed in nanometres) for use with your printer, most printers cure at either 385nm or 405nm. You can usually find the recommended exposure settings for a particular resin on the manufacturer’s website.