Autodesk recently open-sourced one of the resin formulas for their Ember SLA 3D printer. In addition, there are a few how-to's on Instructables from the Autodesk team to help out with prototyping resins in their printer. While I think this is an important step in the right direction, and certainly a commendable move on Autodesk's part, it seems to me like the tools for supporting the 'chemical makers' of the 3D printing ecosystem are severely lacking.
Who is the target audience? Arguably, professional chemists already have good resources for finding and modifying recipes for photopolymers. What tools are missing to enable broader engagement? The barrier to entry is significantly higher than contributing to an open-source software project. What sort of resources would enable the growth of a materials maker community?