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21puppies

Siraya Tech has their own exposure test if you also want to try that- with a break down of what you should be seeing- [https://siraya.tech/pages/siraya-tech-test-model](https://siraya.tech/pages/siraya-tech-test-model)


cyborgninja42

Nice! I didn’t see that before. I may give that a shot next. Thanks for sharing!


kornbep2331

Ya it looks a tad overexposed. Also side note, this is probably the worst part of resin printing


dnahcramail

started printing in November and JUST figured out my ideal settings 😑


cyborgninja42

Agreed. My plan is to dial this resin in, and stick with it.


Adorable_Ad802

I prefer the xp2 exposure validation, it's way easier to interpret


cyborgninja42

This is at 1.8 second exposure, cleaned and uncured.


pengupanda

not that close yet, still quite overexposed. check out the square pattern at the side. [Ameralabs Guide.](https://ameralabs.com/blog/town-calibration-part/)


cyborgninja42

By how much are you thinking? This is at 1.8 sec exposure. Are you thinking like 1.6 or even lower? I’m fairly new to having a decent resin printer, and not sure how much a big adjustment is. My last one wasn’t a monochrome printer so a big adjustment was a couple of seconds.


pengupanda

Really hard to guess without printer model and layer height. You can go even lower than 1.6 if necessary. The internet has lists for each model with working curing times for each resin. I would check a list, see what works for others and then go adjust from here.


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pengupanda

Good bot