To date, the best analysis I’ve seen about resin curing profiles was created by @JoshK. It’s not complete, it bears no known relationship with OpenFL’s profiles, but within the data set are relationships that I’ve used a lot to help understand how different mixes should be cured.
Somewhere here in the Forum, Josh explains how he produced these numbers by measuring the exposure time for the same object at all of these resolutions and in each of these resins. If someone could pick up where he left off to get the new resins, then maybe we can mathematically derive OFL values from these (or at least get a start on it). Hmm, just noticed, saying OFL is not flattering Sometimes names and acronyms will bite ya…
Here’s my copy of the graph:
 In the early 2000’s I worked for a Supercomputing InfiniBand switch and fabric manufacturer named InfiniCon Systems. We were named that, until when we tried to expand into France, when our sales guy went to a company and introduced himself and our company, the receptionist turned red blushing and giggling… When he asked what was so funny, she said our company name essentially meant extremely large vagina there… Never know… We changed our company name to SilverStorm after that. But, funny enough, when I asked one of the managers there why ‘SilverStorm’? He looked at me wryly and said, deadpan “because GoldenShowers was taken”.