Yes, the print is way overcured, but not because of the printer, as I mentioned in the original post, I had put it in a window facing the sun, and left it there for 1/2 hour, which is what did the trick. I was used to standard UV resins for the Form, which do not cure that fast. This stuff cures incredibly fast, so next time I’ll be more careful.
I really haven’t had a chance to play with it this weekend, I left the printer at work, so I’ll probably tinker with it Monday. But one thing I did notice is that it had two built in profiles, the “medium” one was what I had used to print originally, and that exposed the bottom layers for 40 seconds, and the subsequent layers for 8 seconds. The “fast” profile does 35 and 6 seconds respectively. I sent a “fast” test print to it on Friday before I left work, so I’ll see what it looks like tomorrow.
The peel technique on this printer is to simply lift the platform. No tilting, no sliding, just pull up. The system uses a low peel force FEP film, and I watched it while working and there doesn’t seem to be any significant force required to lift the platform, but then again I didn’t watch the whole process, so maybe the lines I’m seeing are due to some layers being more stubborn than others during lift.
I’ll see if the lower curing times of the fast profile do any better.