I was asked over in the KS comments to post my test cube, so I thought I’d put it here for anyone who wants to try it out. Nothing remarkable about the cube, it was designed as a simple/fast print for evaluating the capabilities of the Form1. I prefer to do a number of small, targeted prints rather than a single large all-encompassing one. [This way if one test fails, only one test fails, and not a large number of tests] In this case I was just looking for some basic dimensional accuracy with this test. The version of the cube here is slightly different than the one pictured, I added some clearance cuts on the vertice_s _of the triangle to make it easier to measure.
If there is interest, I’ll try to post some other test objects I’ve done once I get a chance to document them. They are all still works in progress, so they are likely to be tweaked a bit to improve their results before I release them.
As for printing the cube, I tend to print it directly on the platform with the square cuts to the top and bottom [thus the support pin in the circle is vertical] If you print without support, expect see some compression on the Z axis, this is due to how the Form1 generates the first few layers. [Expect it to be around 0.5mm shorter, and will vary from machine to machine and tank to tank]