I don't agree. Yes, i did buy an assembled machine, but it was to avoid all the issues i see here with kit built machines (sticking Z, etc). The very beginning I had no idea what any of the labels or boxes in the dialogues were either. Like i said if u stick with a basic grow, red, 50 z, default settings, maybe slow down the vat, and print. Don't try to print anything but simple models, making sure you are calibrated properly. Ask the simple questions (what is materials catalogue, what is printer cycle settings, what is overlift, what is settle, what is breathe, what is T-base, what is T-over) that is if u didn't get it from the forum or the wiki. Everyone prob thought I was a dummy in the beginning, but I didn't ask what i was doing wrong I asked for definitions of terms so I could make logical moves. I picked a successful user and read there posts;. I was printing the second day I got the machine. Did I have to make changes to get the resolution I wanted for jewelry, yes. It is a process. Be logical in your moves. Only change one thing at a time.
Had my first full fail print last night (two model were great and one was in pieces). The reason was clear. I had grown the model 2 times before with no problems. This third time i tried to use all "light" supports. No good. Grow everything with 20% vat speeds, etc. This was something I just wanted to know how much it effected a build. I had never use a light support in the past, now I know that they might only be used as supplemental support. I am not going to say that they don't work, I'm just saying they don't work on all models, this is judgement and experience. This is not that difficult, some are making it like rocket science, it's not, but it is straight line thinking and getting the basics first.
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