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Re: Photon "Oops" - Rafts Peeled from Platform
« Reply #15 on: September 30, 2019, 09:04:40 PM »
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You guys are awful. :P

To the OP's (my) quandary: leveling fixed it. Today's batch was perfect. Thanks for the assist!
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Re: Photon "Oops" - Rafts Peeled from Platform
« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2019, 09:04:17 AM »
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This is the print I had trouble with .. after releveling .. it came out ..  20 hour print  :facepalm:


That is a highly complex CAD model @John .  Did you design that?  If so kudos.

Why are the supports not on the inside of the shell though?

Just curious.

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Re: Photon "Oops" - Rafts Peeled from Platform
« Reply #18 on: October 02, 2019, 10:45:34 AM »
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Thanks for the comments .. I'm not that good .. My son works for Repliform.com as the sales manager .. they do plating on 3D prints, and other stuff for government and commercial clienst.. but all their clients use the other printer types, sometimes the really expensive ones. The owner of the company wanted to show that a cheaper consumer grade printer like the anycubic could produce better quality at much lower cost .. within reason ..

as this was only the 4th thing I printed and am still learning the slicer, i just picked the wrong side :( .. LOL   it was a challenge to make it work. its slightly over 6" long .. so had to play with fitting it in ..

I'm loving this printer though . .once you get the hang of the leveling and read all the stuff online .. its not bad ..  now to get better at the tinker cad and fusion360

Oh .. and I ran out the green resin early, and added black . thats why the color shift

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