So I am pretty new to all of this and had a question regarding the post-print process. I had printed a small model 30*30*6 mm using the Emerald resin, as a trial. Then I cured it overnight, by keeping it under UV light with a glass slide holding it down and foil surrounding this setup. The next day I observe that the edges have curved up and thus its no longer a flat surface, which I require. Is it due to over-curing? Is there any particular time that the print should be cured for? How else can I prevent this curling?
Any input would be of great help.
arn11 wrote:Yes, I do get dust.
Well, I am using a 40W UV lamp. I did have supports on it but removed it afterwards.
Would a turntable help? I read about people using blue painters tape on the build plate. Would that be of any use?
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