I am using b9 creator 1.2 version. printing with cherry @ 50 microns xy and 25 microns slice.
I also faced a similar problem. The object that I am printing is quite thin, 0.6 mm thick .with cherry using default values at 50 microns. But after printing I was getting it almost 1 mm thick. So thinking it is light bleed I reduced the exposure time from arround 9-10 sec to 4 seconds. Now the increase in thickness has reduced. And the prints come out faster. Is this OK or can this create any other problem.
Mike wrote "How do you know if you are slicing too thick... the object will fail to build and you will have lot's of floaters (unattached layers as debris in the resin"
I am getting lot of cured resin floating in the vat -- occasionally causing trouble with the print outs itself.
I am using cherry with 25 micron slice thickness. Do I have to increase the slice thickness further?
Mike also wrote earlier
"Probably light bleed, if your outer areas are too thick then you can decrease the Slope in Printer Settings."
Right now I am printing I will check What is slope and where is it located in B 9 Creator software as soon as the present print job is over.
Mike can we have single page some where mentioning the various terms used in the B9C software settings and their co-relations. I know there is a wealth of information in the forum but it is too scattered. And if couple of days if you stay away from the forum you loose track of it.