Reduced lift speed leads to best results when printing presupported files. All files were successfully tested using a lift speed of 45 mm/min.
Confirmed successful printing settings by GrimDark Terrain using Anycubic Grey resin with the AnyCubic Mono X:
Layer Height: 0.025mm
Bottom Layer Count: 8
Exposure Time: 1.6s
Bottom Exposure Time: 30s
Troubleshooting / Failed Prints
If peeling from the build-plate mostly happens due to
- an insufficient bottom layer count or
- bottom exposure time.
Solution: Increase one or both.
If the model's supports fail, the reason for this in most cases is:
- inadequate exposure time or
- lift speed to fast
Solution:Increase exposure time or descrease lift speed or both.
Make sure the environment you're printing in is sufficiently warm. Most resins show best results at 22-25°C.
Regarding pre-supports and scaling.
The supports are designed to be printed at the default 100% scale, I cannot guarantee they will work for re-scaled models.
Of course this is all dependent on printer settings and resin types so please feel free to experiement. For the ease of things I have included the chitubox file for supports.
Unsupported versions of all files are included so users may experiment with their own scales, settings and supports.
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