You can get better prints by knowing about the errors in your Form1+. You can even print this at the same time as other models so you don’t have to do a special run. And if you post your results, we can discover what is typical is too.
I made this test file for the community and just printed it:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qbbuyuo4oxdqepv/Form1%2B%20Scale%20Test.form?dl=1 (Form1+ Scale Test.form)
And then measured it with a digital caliper.
And from the various measurements I was able to discover the following errors:
X-scale = 0.50% too big
Y-scale = 0.10% too big
X-offset = 1.35mm too far toward hinge
Y-offset = 0.85mm too far toward front
Z-loss = 0.643mm
Platform height = Full adhesion, do not adjust.
Z-scale = (can only be properly tested with a tall model and supports under it, not included here)
Z-loss is the most interesting to me, it is the extra thickness I must put under any model I print without supports to maintain dimension. Do NOT adjust your platform height based on this calculation. I know my platform is as high as I can safely go because a little higher and things don’t adhere good.
I also learned I need to reduce my X-scale by 0.50% and my Y-scale by 0.10%. Also good to know!