I was so excited to see the new 0.2 setting - and the faster printing it produces - since I’m in the middle of creating dozens of test prints- but then so disappointed since the news release didn’t mention it’s only for clear - a resin I don’t particularly care for (and thus use grey). I hope there is soon to be a 0,2 setting for the other resins, even if surface quality suffers a little, in my case I can live with that. I did see a feature request for something like 0.2 internal and (say) 0.1 on the surface, a good balance. However until something like this appears:
I have noticed that a lot of time (and resin) goes into the supports. I’ve also noticed that the Preform optimized positioning pretty much maximizes both of these, which as I remember is this way to maximize surface quality, something I don’t need for draft/prototype prints. I also noticed if I change the angle, basically lowering it to reduce the support height I can get a nice reduction in both. I haven’t tried to print it yet, but I got a 1/3 decrease in print time on one of my models.
So that is a long winded introduction to the question: If I bring the model down from the recommended orientation do I risk print failure? Any other downside?