18F-FDG is drawn up into a syringe (a) and assayed using a radionuclide calibrator (b). The required amount of 3D-printing resin and the activity are added to a volumetric bottle (c). The bottle is sealed and vigorously shaken for 10 s (d). The bottle is placed on a heating plate for 10 min to prepare the resin for printing by helping to remove the bubbles (e). The radioactive resin is added to the printer (f), the UV protective cover is closed (g), and the print is started. When the print is finished (h), the build plate is transferred to the lid of the IPA cleaning tank (i), and printed objects are cleaned for 10 min. After the washing, the object is removed from the build plate and then dried using hot air and cured with UV radiation for 5 min each (j).