For the past two days, I’ve been trying to print a set of small antenna bases for a model with roughly 6mm diameter and 17mm height/length using Grey04 Resin @50 µm but except for one base, part of a two copies print, none of the others were successful.
All of the others would mostly fail with a partially formed base stuck to the film instead of the platform or in one case with only one of the supports having managed to form while the base actually managed to stick to the platform.
On the first print I had the model untilted resulting in a very small footprint - On this print, at least one Antenna Base formed while the other right next to it was stuck on the Film.
On the second print, I tried to print just the missing Base - Again stuck to the Film
On the third and fourth print, I tried increasing the footprint by tilting the model - Ended up stuck to the Film.
On the fifth print, I tried increasing the footprint even more by combining two bases of the two tilted antennas into one model - Now the Base formed but most of the Supports ( and the entire model ) were missing.
I’m now on my sixth attempt:
I was under the impression that low-force technology was supposed to prevent EXACTLY this kind of crap from happening - What the hell is going on?!