Okay- got the sample a while back, but was waiting on a replacement printer from Formlabs.
Here's my take- it does the job, however- it creates a real hassle in doing so.
The material is simply too thick. It can not reasonably be applied uniformly, and practically not at all to a part with supports still attached.
For keeping the interior of the Curebox nice- it would be GREAT if it was possible to use the Curegel on the PART, and leave the support raft uncoated... but you simply can not reliably get the gel ON around the supports... resulting in spots that remain sticky... or having to lard enough in that it obscures the entire model...
then there is the clean off.. the thicker the material has to be applied to ensure coverage, the more time consuming it is to remove.
This COULD be a very useful product- but it needs the following reformulation.
Rather than a thick gel like product... it should be a viscous LIQUID. Try adding a little acetone... or some other solvent that can flash off very fast. ( one that won't damage the print )
The ideal usage profile would be to take the ipa washed parts still on their supports, and holding the parts by their raft ... upside down like they were printed... just DIP the part into a tank of curegel large enough to dip the entire model up to but not including the raft.
the material should be viscous enough to cling to the part in a 1 or 2 mm thick coating... and once removed from the dipping tank, it should stiffen just enough not to flow off due to gravity.
That is a water based glycerine material with a flash vehicle that dries out pretty slowly in a big vat- but once spread out over the surface of a part and exposed to air- the solvent flashes off fast enough for the gel to "gel" within ten second or so.
The parts could then be inverted and placed on their UNCOATED rafts in the Curebox for cycling.
and the thin coat would seal the print and be as easy to wash off as it was to apply.
Or- if the solvent trick won't work, a misting spray applied immediately after dipping the part that caused a more liquid gel to suddenly thicken on the exterior.
As is- its a real chore to apply and remove...
But if you can get it to be a DIP process to coat the entire piece more uniformly... this could be a great solution to post cure oxygen isolation.