MSM is not about layers. MSM is machine specific multiplier. Increasing the MSM will increase all the exposure settings by the same percenatage. If u go up .10 on the MSM it will add 10% to all exposure times, including the attachment layers and all subsequent layers.
Should be able to make adjustments based on a calibration print designed for specific xy and z and resin chosen.
Mininum exposures that give good attachment and complete and sharpe details are recommended. Over exposure of layers can cause bleed and loss of detail in smaller design elements. In other words, if u increase the MSM and start to get "bleed" in the print, then back up maybe 1/2 of the increased MSM and go from there.
What machine and what resin?
Hope this helps.
Last edited by Robert Howle
on Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:57 am, edited 1 time in total.
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