As a miniature manufacturer, we 3D print our models and have previously been using Black resin for its crisp detail. We have been recommended by several people that we try Dental Model resin for its supposedly good detail and ease of support removal over the Black resin.
While I can say it’s been much easier to remove supports as Model seems to be far less brittle than black, I’ve found a lot of soft details on the underside of models. I made sure that it was tilted at about 45 degrees and not overwhelmed with supports and I use Form Wash and (allowing the IPA on the models to evaporate fully) Cure for 40 minutes each. The IPA in the Form Wash had also been changed within the last week and is still far below the contamination level.
What am I missing?