Thanks! It did throw in an extra curve, but after a few tries, and a few casts, they now come out really well, and easy to polish too. the disadvantage is that I have to print this standing at an angle, when they would likely print more easily as a flat on the build table, and this makes a smooth finish on the final piece more difficult.mwm wrote:...printing you bails in place like that is brilliant.
I checked with Robert Howle, and he had the same suggestion. My MSM setting was at .9, so I raised it to 1.0, but the difference was negligible.mikej wrote:Increase your MSM a bit (.1), it looks like under exposure.
Robert Howle wrote:I keep mine tilted slightly to the right for faster flow to the build area and in the case of a leak (never had one, knock on wood).
The only reason I mentioned the yaw of the machine is that it can cause focus issues. If one side (left or right) is out of focus then the image being projected is not planar with the vat. Just something to be aware of.
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