I finally started to print, but as expected the 1st prints are going to be not perfect.
The 1st print was a big fail the thickness of the object was too thin ( under 1mm) so the support end up to be stronger. ( my bad wanted to print something fast)
I reduced the high of the support to speed up the print but not sure if that change anything.
I did an other print with bigger objects but got some issue where the support meet the model.
I tweaked the support to be a little thinner and shorter but more support seems to be better for the print.
Left a piece longer than 10 minutes in the alcohol and had a chunk pealing off so maybe not a good idea to leave it longer than 10 minutes.
I put the piece close to a window that they finish they curing to see if it helps. ( pieces are a little tacky after the alcohol bath)
As for the details on the on print some weird lines show up horizontally and other vertically and some other random one.
I will double check the slicer tool to see if some weird stuff explain those lines ( I printed at 50 microns) could rhe data get compressed when sent to the print er ?
I will try to post some photos tonight.
Anyone who printed multiple objects and has some experiences to share about the settings of the supports, orientation of a model and tips to improve the quality of the print ?