Here’s an odd one.
When i print parts with hollows and holes in them, sometimes they’re large enough (and holes small enough) that when they raise out of Wash, they’ll drain through a sideways (or angled) hole and outside the Wash, splashing everywhere.
I know what you’re thinking which is - “why do you have drainage holes sideways”.
And it’s a sensible question, with a simple answer - sometimes, i prepare (or get already prepared) files with superfluous drainage holes, so they can be oriented freely in PreForm, as opposed to oriented, then hollowed out, then reloaded.
What would help with this is simply making it possible to slow down the lift motion of the Wash on demand. Like just an on/off preset for it, doesn’t even need to be adjustable.