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Anycubic Photon Printer Owners 造訪社團 » SLA

原文網址 Ether Quanta Deals
2020-03-29 17:30:15

Using this Model Bar on chitubox as Validator to making supports and finding island when slicing your model. It is the easy way.

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原文網址 Arianne Aucoin
2020-03-29 01:32:20

hey everyone. someone mentioned a program/app to double check the supports and look for islands a little while ago and I can't find it. Can anyone recommend an app or website to check the supports? I am very new and just using autosupports for now but I've had a few fail so I wanted to practice checking them. Thanks!

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Panagiotis Kountouriotis
2020-03-29 01:43:54

Arianne Aucoin
2020-03-29 02:20:35

Thank you!!


原文網址 John Valdes
2020-03-27 04:33:42

Can you print right after a print? Or do we have to empty the resin and than print? 1st time using a SLA.

你能列印完就列印嗎? 或者我們必須清空樹脂, 而不是列印? 第一次使用sla.

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James Bricknell
2020-03-27 04:34:55

You can just print. As long as there is no leftover cured resin

Miles Redman
2020-03-27 04:35:25

^^^^ what they said

Chris Robinson
2020-03-27 04:35:41

You'll want to make sure that there are no left over bits from the previous print.

John Valdes
2020-03-27 04:35:44

Thanks

Miles Redman
2020-03-27 04:36:19

The most I’ve done between cleaning the vat is about a dozen prints

Tim Borschel
2020-03-27 04:40:55

I empty and filter my vat resin after every print, not necessary but it gives me piece of mind

Jacob Hale
2020-03-27 05:01:46

If nothing failed, go for it. If something failed, there's a solid chance there is cured resin somewhere in the vat, thus cleaning time.

Phez Darryn Stanmore
2020-03-27 05:19:09

As long as nothing has failed, I keep going, but I also don't let the vat sit with resin in it for more than a day with out being used, otherwise I clean it out.

Richard Shapiro
2020-03-27 05:47:54

I take a quick swish of the resin, to make sure there's nothing hard in there to crack the glass, then hit print.

Panagiotis Kountouriotis
2020-03-27 07:13:59

Phez Darryn Stanmore I have left resin in the vat for a week I added some fresh I gave it a steer and printed no problems

Phez Darryn Stanmore
2020-03-27 08:02:44

Panagiotis , I'm just paranoid after doing that, and none of my prints working until I cleaned it all out, probably didn't stir it Up properly, lol

Panagiotis Kountouriotis
2020-03-27 08:20:43

Panagiotis Kountouriotis
2020-03-27 08:21:40

This is to extreme but I have left it for a week no problems

Marie Stevens
2020-03-27 08:22:55


原文網址 Jennifer Tallman
2020-03-26 21:50:00

I printed some Lion Tower Miniatures yesterday. I think I can knock back the exposure a little for better details. But I'm happy with them. Printed in ApplyLabWork mSLA grey modelling resin.

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Neal Rasmussen
2020-03-26 22:06:52

What are your settings for these. They look great.

Jennifer Tallman
2020-03-26 22:56:42

Thanks.I think I can go to 8 with this resin. I'm still fiddling with the best exposure for the minis.


原文網址 Alex Clarke
2020-03-24 02:59:09

Dear colleagues,
I just printed an obiwan, 28mm scale for star wars legion.
Having opened the model to add auto supports I sliced it and opened it in the file validator - without closing Chitubox. So when it found an island or unsupported part I could manually add a support, reslice and retry until I just had a few loose pixels to fix. And it worked.
Success off the first print using settings from the sheet. Excellent.
I've then spent an hour shaving the supports off with a craft knife. (The white fluff is shavings)
I haven't used any UV light to cook it, and there is very little flex in the "laser sword" and limbs; it is comparable to a GW plastic figure.
So my question is... should I use my light box to cure it at all?

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罗西晟
2020-03-24 03:14:17

You can also just click on the "next error" arrow in Photon file validator, and then click on the "red crosshair" ... then you'll get a zoomed in view of the error where you can use left mouse to add pixels and right mouse to remove pixels.
This way you can manually fix your layers too, and sometimes is faster/easier than going back to slicer to add supports.

Alex Clarke
2020-03-24 03:22:40

Xi-Sheng Luo I cycled the errors that way after using auto fix, some of my islands were so big they needed full supports or were the bottom layer of an article hence the back and forth method, the old "paint it to attach" didn't work.

Christopher Barnes
2020-03-24 04:17:28

You will need to cure the resin.

Also removing supports is much easier if you soak the print in hot water for a few seconds.

This will also make cutting supports much easier.


Micro Cutter https://www.amazon.com/....../ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i......

Alex Clarke
2020-03-24 04:19:06

Christopher Barnes so I used similar clippers when the supports were still flexible. What consistency am I looking for in "cured" resin I don't want to over cook it.

Christopher Barnes
2020-03-24 04:22:19

Alex Clarke that’s something I’m honestly not great at. I have a tendency to over cook prints by forgetting about them.

But you want to make sure it’s totally dry before curing. And once cured it should no longer be tacky.

Christopher Barnes
2020-03-24 04:23:45

Alex Clarke I just made a post in this group a few minutes ago. In it you will see a large bunker wall with probably 100 supports. I dipped that in hot water and was able to pull everything off by hand after a few seconds. It left minimal marking too.


原文網址 Frank Padula
2020-03-21 06:26:27

So I need some help! I’ve tried printing this about 5 times now. Always the same thing.

I printed with Anycubic green, it failed, I went in re levelled and set home, checked the supports and printed again.. fail.

Re levelled, erased my USB key, resliced and even ran it through the file validatior. It said that unsupported islands found in layer 60 and 279 ( no idea what that even means or how to fix ) I saved and tried the print again. Fail

Need some help please what can I do.

I’m trying to print a set of Recaro 1/24 seats I had designed.

What am I doing wrong?

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Rok Petrič
2020-03-21 06:30:34

normal 12 off 8

Matthew Fry
2020-03-21 06:31:17

Honestly I just had the same problem. Don't know if it would work for you but all I did was beef up the supports.

Frank Padula
2020-03-21 06:31:58

Rok Petrič what’s that bro?

Frank Padula
2020-03-21 06:32:26

Matthew Fry I was thinking about that.. I even hollowed before slicing

Rok Petrič
2020-03-21 06:33:30

normal exposure 12 exposure off 8s

Frank Padula
2020-03-21 06:37:20

Rok Petrič gonna try it

Frank Padula
2020-03-21 06:38:14

Rok Petrič that could be the fail problem?

Rok Petrič
2020-03-21 06:39:17

could be

Adam Scaramella
2020-03-21 07:08:12

So I was using Elegoo Grey and was able to print with tiny contact diameters on the supports. This was based on a video explaining supports...it worked for him and worked for me at first.

I swapped to AnyCubic Green and had similar problems. My contact diameters are now both .22 for my heavy supports, and only slightly lower for the light ones. My printing got immediately better.

Fred Bey
2020-03-21 07:39:05

Exposure is probably too low.

Frank Padula
2020-03-21 11:06:23

Adam Scaramella yeah. I think that’s what the problem is here. Because the supports are intact looks like they just fell off

Brklyn Brklyn
2020-03-21 11:13:17

You need to tilt the seats 20 deg. I like to use a good amount of heavy supports and pin all the details with the smaller ones.

How big are you layers? Thicker lays need more cure time. I use .03 @ 9sec for the green.

Kasper Boysen
2020-03-21 17:18:10

F Frank Padula could you please let me know if you figure out what the problem was?

Frank Padula
2020-03-22 02:31:25

Kasper Boysen I’m going to reprint soon.. I will post hopefully the success pictures lol

Kasper Boysen
2020-03-22 02:32:08

Frank Padula Sound good!! Let me know how it goes!!!(:


原文網址 Conan Lloyd
2020-03-20 10:34:47

And now we have the Bishop, a 2 headed wyvern. I love how Loubie put a crack in the main crystal as a nod to the “slash” found in traditional bishop pieces. Took about 8 hours on the Photon.

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原文網址 Michael Kiaunis
2020-03-20 08:09:35

I know this is going to be hard - but can anyone help me translate my exposure test? I'm using the Siraya FAST Grey resin, so there are no settings for it on the spreadsheet. I'm hoping to add to it, myself, but I don't want to use/spread false information!

I'm leaning towards the 7 or 8, but I also feel like I don't 100% know what I'm looking for.

Thanks!

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Palcu Alex
2020-03-20 08:14:37

Michael Kiaunis
2020-03-20 08:19:31

Scott Pavlich
2020-03-20 08:31:02

Michael Kiaunis
2020-03-20 08:45:32

Michael Kiaunis
2020-03-20 08:45:43

Scott Pavlich
2020-03-20 08:54:15

Michael Kiaunis
2020-03-20 10:19:43

Palcu Alex
2020-03-21 01:27:59


原文網址 Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 08:06:58

Hi everyone. I have a question about Photon File Validator. I have been using auto-support in the Prusa Slicer as I was appalled by what was happening in auto-support in Chitubox! On smaller items there was the odd stray single pixel island but nothing to really worry about. But now I am printing something larger and the amount of islands has naturally increased. I add supports in Prusa, slice in Chitubox and send the exported .photon file to the validator. But now there are more islands and the message "blah blah but nothing can be done." appears.

I return to Chitubox and go to the layers delineated in the validator and for the life of me, I cannot see any islands. I go up a layer, and up a layer but still none appear. I'm beginning to doubt my sanity.

So is it OK to just print with these "islands" in the piece for which "nothing could be done" in the validator?

Obviously, once outputted as a .photon for the validator, I can't send it back into the Prusa Slicer...

Thank you *so much* to anyone who can shed some light on this. It's been driving me spare. I have gone through several YouTube videos but my work is somewhat different from the models used to teach with.

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Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 08:11:06

Tim Moulton
2020-03-19 08:15:13

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 08:24:06

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 08:24:14

Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 08:30:04

Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 08:31:06

Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 08:36:36

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 08:52:53

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 09:18:28

Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 09:22:07

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 09:44:46

Michael Pescuma
2020-03-19 10:17:19

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 10:44:33

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 10:50:57

Ben James Couey
2020-03-19 10:53:26

Larry McCauley
2020-03-19 10:58:13

Mario Wessely
2020-03-19 15:56:10

Michael Pescuma
2020-03-19 21:36:03


原文網址 Alex Bainbridge
2020-03-18 22:45:52

Just spent 20 minutes trying to find an island on layer 318 after validator spotted it

Just for me to realise that prusa wasn’t set to 0.4 but chitu was when I sliced it ?‍♂️

EDIT: turns out even both at 0.4 it’s still off by 6 layers. Unsure if this is because I changed prusa after doing supports and exporting but it’s now causing some pain

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Garret Bertrand
2020-03-18 22:53:30

罗西晟
2020-03-19 00:46:35

You know, in the latest photon file validator, you can locate the island, click it in the preview and it gives you a zoomed in view, where you can left click to add pixels and right click to remove pixels....
If the auto fix it doesnt work I do it manually, and if you remove something that is supporting a higher layer, that layer will then show up with an error for you to correct.


 

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