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    Karen Linder
    Keymaster

    You can print at any of the 3 print layer settings: 0.1, 0.05 or 0.025. The Grey setting works well, but you can also use the Flexible (for delicate parts), Black (for robust parts), and clear (for faster prints) settings.  The design and your object application/function will guide the settings more than the material.

    #1154

    biluagd
    Participant

    Hi, I`m choosing the a SLA printer to work with ceramics. Can I print Porcelite with Form 2, with no problems? Thanks

    #1171

    Karen Linder
    Keymaster

    Yes, Porcelite prints on the Form 2.  Use this Guide and email greg@tethon3d.com if you have technical questions.

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    handsaredigital
    Participant

    Here are some tips for making supports in Preform to ensure the best part adhesion to the build bed.

    Under the advanced settings in preform reduce the base grid thickness to the minimum setting.

    Change the Height above the base to the minimum setting. See photo for average support setting for Porcelite

     

    Porcelite Support Settings Preform

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