So I know this has nothing to do with the Form 3, but I thought I’d give this test print a shot on my Anycubic Photon, and I think it’s pretty darn good. The print was done @ 0.05mm, directly onto the build platform, without supports. There is a bit of a layer shift at about 0.5mm, or about 10 layers up, but it’s fine after that. This would probably not have happened if I had used supports.
All the holes are open, including the smallest one on the right. There are also horizontal holes in the square block: one square, the other round. Both are open. There are gaps between the vertical elements circle diamond square. Last but not least there seem to be some very tiny pin holes between the concentric cylinders, at 12 and 6 o’clock, but they don’t go through
Anyway, not a bad result.
I also tried to print the Fantasy Castle that some have used as a test print for details. The original was huge, so I reduced it down to 15% in size, or roughly 2.75" tall. I love this little model. It really shows off what you can do with resin printing. Every tiny spire, and arch is there.
This was hollowed out and printed at 0.05mm directly on the platform along with the 3D MON test print.
Here is the primed model. It brings out the details a lot better.