Here are some photos of 1:1 Red/Cherry mix using your settings. At the time of the printing, my projector only had 30 lamp hours. The ring print has 0.5 deep features cut into the sides. The features are only about 0.3-0.4 mm wide, so they are a challenge to print using the B9. I made three prints with MSM=1.0, 0.8 and 0.6. The Unsupported Pixel Multiplier was at the default of 0.8. The prints were made with 30 um slicing at x, y of 30x30 um. For comparison, I show the same print from a SolidScape R66+ with 0.025 mm slicing.
Side by side
Here is what the part should look like from SolidWorks. Note that the small dot in the center of the rose is not shown in the SolidWorks image.
The crisp corners on the SolidScape part does come at a high price. I can print six B9 parts, one at a time, while the SolidScape machine is printing one part. The repair cost this year for the SolidScape printer (new x motor, belts, jets, and heated lines) cost more than the B9Creator.
I am very happy with the B9 prints. Any suggestions for improving the prints would be welcome. Would changing the Unsupported Pixel Multiplier or reducing the value of "Over" value for pixels on the sides improve the prints?