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Really good! Looks like Abby... "For the Dark Gods!"
Hi I have also a photon but my print look like this what I do wrong
Can you please give some advice
Hey, your prints don't look that bad what in particular do you want to fix about them?
It look not sharp like your print and I have layer shifts on the legs
The sharpness you can generally improve by increasing the exposure time. What settings are you using? I use the following: thickness:0.05mm; exposure time: 10s; bottom exposure: 50s; bottom layers: 8. You could also change your supporting, pretty much the print will be better the less supporting you require and the best parts will be further away from the supports so if you can reorientate the piece so there is less required supporting and the bits you want to look nice are away from the supports (so like put the supports on bit that will be hidden) then you'll be better off. The layer shifts I've only seen when I've either paused a print and started it again or when I've had hollow pieces (so you could try making it solid if you're using a hollow print). Another thing it could be is if you're using the photon s then I hear the quality control isn't very good so maybe check to see all the screws are tight cause it might be shaking around. Could also be a problem with printing directly onto the bed, I find I get things like this near the bottom of the pieces so I print everything on rafts so that it is elevated and then this happens less (actually noticed I said that I didn't use rafts in this prints description so I'll change that cause I did).