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Duplicator D7 - 35 Microns

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            This is a current list of tested resin profiles for the Wanhao Duplicator D7 at 35 micron layer height. Not all settings will be used across all slicers.   Refer to your slicer documentation for this information on which apply. Settings are tested on multiple machines to create averages and may not be exact for your machine. Regardless, it's standard practice as you are learning your machine to do calibrations and refinements, we provide these to get you "close" and hopefully de-mystify the relationships between some of them.       Manufactures are welcomed and suggested to get in contact with us to provide up to date information and get yours listed if not already in this program. Join the profiles group and let us know!    
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Duplicator D7 - 100 Microns

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            100 Micron Layer Height is a fast and all purpose setting that emphasizes on speed and works best for models that have little organic detail, like boxes and the sort. It's at the higher end of the thickness range we use.   This is a current list of tested resin profiles for the Wanhao Duplicator D7 at 100 micron layer height. Not all settings will be used across all slicers.   Refer to your slicer documentation for this information on which apply. Settings are tested on multiple machines to create averages and may not be exact for your machine. Regardless, it's standard practice as you are learning your machine to do calibrations and refinements, we provide these to get you "close" and hopefully de-mystify the relationships between some of them.       Manufactures are welcomed and suggested to get in contact with us...
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Slicer PE and Resin Printing. I can't wait for this...

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  A new approach to manual supports being introduced into Slicer PE will give some real nice advantages to the work flow for resin printing as well. Watch the video, and take it all in.     I'm anxious to be able to use these features within the resin side of things- and theres some very experience related reasons why. Auto generate, no matter what program is is, sucks balls except for the simplest of models. As you learn you finally figure out you need to develop your manual placement skills.   Theres no magic or luck involved with getting those prints happening every time, and while the software can help you get there, it will not do it for you. Manually placing individual support points is tedious but necessary for detailed models- if you want a clean model after removing those supports. In walks the support blockers and enforcers...
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